Avination, welcome to episode 102 featuring Greg Browne. Greg grew up with a love for aviation but, not a clear path to reach his dream. Find out how his mom helped sacrifice to make his dream become a reality. How he initially chose a career in radio, and the career choices Greg made to fly at Ryanair, WOW Air and now a captain on an Airbus 340.
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Avination, I invited Dr. Jim Higgins back onto the podcast to talk about the airline bailout. Jim and I talk about what an airline bailout actually means for the airlines. How and why we have gotten to this point, and will this bailout actually protect all jobs?
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Avination, welcome back to the Pilot to Pilot podcast. Today, I am interviewing someone who has played a major role in my life, my dad. My dad is currently a major airline pilot and has seen a lot over his career. From deregulation, multiple airline mergers, 9/11, the financial crisis of 2008 and now, coronavirus. Ironically enough, my dad and I talk about how we don't think the industry would ever see a downturn as bad as 9/11 or 2008. We couldn't have been more wrong, it's crazy how fast things can change. Just remember this too is a temporary moment in what will be a long and great career.
Have faith and stay safe!
Avination, this is the National Airspace System podcast featuring AOPA's Rune Duke. Rune is the Senior Director of Government Affairs and the perfect person for this podcast.
Rune and I talk about what ATC zero means, the difference between ATC zero and ATC limited. We also, talk about the chance of the National Airspace System (NAS) being shut down completely.
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Avination stay safe and happy flying,
Avination, part two of The State of The Industry podcast with Dr. Jim Higgins, from the University of North Dakota is now live. In this episode, Jim and I talk about what has changed since our last podcast on Sunday. Unfortunately, there have been quite a few changes. Two airlines have shut down (Compass and Trans States) and others are making drastic cuts. Find out more about what is going on by listening to today's episode.
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Stay safe and happy flying,
Avination, welcome back to episode 99 of the Pilot to Pilot podcast. Today, I am talking with my friend and mad scientist (find out more about that in the podcast), Anthony Pentz. Anthony and I both went to The Ohio State University at the same time and had a few classes with each other. It was at Ohio State where Anthony created his company, Foxtrot Aviation. Which is now working around the clock to make sure airplanes are clean and ready for next day flights.
I spent all day yesterday creating a website to help track how the coronavirus is affection the aviation industry. Check it out at www.aviationcoronavirusnews.com, if you have any insight on domestic or international airlines, make sure to send them my way.
Stay safe and make sure you wash your hands,
Avination, I wish this was a regular Tuesday interview-style podcast. But, with Coronavirus doing its best to disrupt our economy, health care, and aviation industries, I figured it was necessary to have an episode (maybe more) about the FACTS. In this episode, I reached out to department chair and Professor of Aviation at the University of North Dakota, Dr. Jim Higgins. We talked about where the industry is today, what we have been through in the past, and what the future could hold.
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Ep. 97 of the Pilot to Pilot podcast Ft. Kelvin Mason From Delta Airlines.
Do you want to become a Delta pilot? The better question might be, do you want to become a Delta pilot, quickly? If you answered yes to either of those questions, then this episode is for you.
Kelvin is here to talk about Delta's Propel program. A program designed to help you (the pilot) get to Delta in a quick and structured fashion. To find out more information on Propel listen to this podcast and check out their website.