Have you ever wondered what it is like to survive a plane crash? Today Larry Overstreet and Carl interview a special guest who was involved in a plane crash and has some great advice for what to do. Preflight Checklist: Larry Overstreet and Jeff Jorgensen join me to talk about surviving a plane crash. Jeff […]
The days of barnstorming are not over because pilots such as Dewey Davenport are keeping the nostalgic golden age of flight alive! Dewey is an inspiration, outstanding pilot, and steward of aviation history. He is one of the few barnstormers in this country and the only active African American barnstormer. Preflight Checklist: This is a […]
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…