Thanks for tuning in to episode 66 of the Stuck Mic AvCast! Today, we’ve got special guest Russ Roslewski who used to work at FAA AeroNav Products designing instrument procedures. He’s got a ton of knowledge about how procedures come about. Russ sat down with us to talk about all kinds of aspects of […]
Today we interview a former FAA AeroNav Products employee who spent his time with the feds designed and building instrument approaches in the western United States. Pretty cool, eh? Here’s your chance to send us your questions for our guest. What would you like to know? Here’s a brief bio to get you started: My […]
This show is chock full of useful goodies, starting first with a flying story from Victoria about a bird strike on landing. We discuss many areas of this topic from national statistics to reporting bird strikes to the FAA. Then Carl share his recent experience flying the Redbird FMX full motion general aviation flight […]
Today’s interview is without a doubt the most UNIQUE and CRAZY story we’ve shared on the podcast yet! A while back one of our listeners sent us an email after hearing a guy tell the story of his homemade flying lawn chair adventure at a local EAA chapter meeting. Curiosity got the best of us […]
Glad to have you back for Episode #41! Carl has some exciting news to share about learning to fly the Airbus A320 at a new airline including some stories about jumping out of the airplane in his water ditching class. Also, we’ve had a temporary co-host restructuring – Victoria has been extremely busy as the […]
In this edition of the Stuck Mic AvCast we deliver quite a lineup of announcements before jumping in to a detailed discussion of the new changes in obtaining an FAA Medical specifically with regards to the paperwork process which has recently gone all digital! Join us for this educational chat about working with the new […]
In this video review, you’ll learn the pro’s and con’s of using the AvCaddy EFB iPad app including a full software demonstration.
Executive Jet receives FAA certification to use Jeppesen charts on iPad as a Class 1 EFB. The implications are huge for the FAR Part 121 world. Read more…