In episode 136 we discuss third class medical reform, interview Victoria and discuss a recent article written about her, and discuss the approach to ILS 01 in Medellin, Columbia discussed in a past episode. Of course, we have picks of the week, exciting announcements, and more. Don’t forget to click on the video of the week […]
Carl recorded a special episode interview with Jeff Kennon of The Day I Learned to Fly, a great children’s book on Aviation. Pre-flight Checklist Announcements: For episode 100, we are asking you the listener to participate by sending in your 100th something in your aviation career. It could be your 100th landing, 100th trip to […]
Sometimes it’s hard to tell when your Push To Talk switch is stuck in the transmit position, also known as having a “stuck mic.” You’ve heard about it, maybe even read about it before. There’s plenty of stories on the Internet about pilots with stuck mic’s transmitting their cockpit conversations in-the-blind while we all listen […]
I recently transferred my flying base of operation from New York City to Chicago. This is Part 2 of the story about my first day.
I recently transferred my flying base of operation from New York City to Chicago. This is the story of my first day.
ATIS is calling visibility 3 statute miles, light snow, ceiling broken at 1,500, overcast at 3,000, and winds from the south at 8 knots. But first…