The Pilotcast

The Pilotcast - Episode 83

Dateline Sloshkosh - PILOT KENT GETS LUCKY!!  In this episode, Pilot Bill and Pilot Tiffany get all the juicy details about Kent's salacious encounter on an airport ramp.  Plus, a delightful buffet of other aviation topics of interest.  Hangar talk at its best!

Flight Crew:
Pilot Kent (kent *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @flyingcheezhead
Pilot Bill (bill *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @billwil
Pilot Tiffany (tiffany *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @tiffanykwolf

Reach the entire Pilotcast flight crew at pilots *at* pilotcast *dot* com, and follow us on Twitter at @Pilotcast

Ground Crew:
Every flight requires a good support crew, and ours is GREAT! The Pilotcast would not be back without their help:

Audio Editor: Pilot Stu Stevenson, (pilotstu *at* pilotsjourneypodcast *dot* com), @PilotStu, http://www.pilotsjourney.com/
Webmaster: Pilot Jason Wilkinson, (jason *at* pilotcast *dot* com), @jawilk
Music: Pilot Steve Tupper, (steve *at* airspeedonline *dot* com), @StephenForce, http://www.airspeedonline.com/
Announcer: Pilot Troy Whistman, (troy *at* whistman *dot* com), @TJWhiskey, http://www.whistman.com/

Show Links:

Pilotcast show notes are at http://www.pilotcast.com

1:23:37 - 76.5 MB - Copyright © 2010 The Pilotcast

 

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Direct download: Pilotcast_083_-_PILOT_KENT_GETS_LUCKY.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:56pm EDT

The Pilotcast - Episode 78

It's time to talk glass cockpits, iPod, and other electronic "gadgetry" for use on the ground and in flight.  Max Trescott joins the Pilotcast crew to share his unique perspective, as the leading author and instructor about the G1000 / Avidyne cockpits, and beta tester on many electronic cockpit tools.

Flight Crew:
Pilot Kent (kent *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @flyingcheezhead
Pilot Bill (bill *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @billwil
Pilot Tiffany (tiffany *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @tiffanykwolf

Reach the entire Pilotcast flight crew at pilots *at* pilotcast *dot* com, and follow us on Twitter at @Pilotcast

Ground Crew:
Every flight requires a good support crew, and ours is GREAT! The Pilotcast would not be back without their help:

Audio Editor: Pilot Stu Stevenson, (stu *at* thevoicesinyourhead *dot* com), @PilotStu, http://www.pilotsjourney.com/
Webmaster: Pilot Jason Wilkinson, (jason *at* pilotcast *dot* com), @jawilk
Music: Pilot Steve Tupper, (steve *at* airspeedonline *dot* com), @StephenForce, http://www.airspeedonline.com/
Announcer: Pilot Troy Whistman, (troy *at* whistman *dot* com), @TJWhiskey, http://www.whistman.com/

A member of the Aviation Podcasts Network

Show Links:

Pilotcast show notes are at http://www.pilotcast.com

1:02:22
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Copyright © 2010 The Pilotcast

Find this and other great shows at the Aviation Podcasts network http://TheVoicesInYourHead.com

Direct download: Pilotcast_078-Max_Trescott_and_Pilot_Gadgets.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:09pm EDT

The Lightspeed Aviation Foundation was established out of the commitment and passion of the Lightspeed Aviation Corporation to serve the aviation community.

In this third in a three part series, hear Pilot Tiffany interview the following aviators:
 - Allan Schrader, president of Lightspeed Aviation and LSAF
 - John and Martha King, Co-owners of King Schools, Inc.
 - Bruce Wolff, Executive Director, Brigade Air
 - Lyn Freeman, President, Build A Plane

The mission of the Lightspeed Aviation Foundation is to promote a vibrant and growing pilot community, support education that will preserve and extend the future of aviation and use our gifts within the aviation community to serve others for the betterment of our world.

It is the vision of the Lightspeed Aviation Foundation to enthusiastically advance aviation in three key areas:

1. Growth — To assure a vibrant and growing pilot community, our goal is to introduce, engage and mature the next generation of aviation enthusiasts.

2. Advocacy — We feel it is fundamental to support education and action outside the pilot community that will preserve and extend the future of aviation.

3. Compassion — We think it is essential that we use our gifts within the aviation community to serve others for the betterment of our communities and world.

As members of the aviation community, we will seek ways to partner with all members of the pilot world to advance the future of aviation. Our goal is to work together to identify worthy causes, give pilots a voice in who we will support and together, work to make a lasting difference.

This episode is also available as video and can be found here:  http://pilotcast.com/2010/08/27/pilotcast-082-lsaf-3-growth/.

Pilotcast Flight Crew:
Pilot Kent (kent *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @flyingcheezhead
Pilot Bill (bill *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @billwil
Pilot Tiffany (tiffany *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @tiffanykwolf

Reach the entire Pilotcast flight crew at pilots *at* pilotcast *dot* com, and follow us on Twitter at @Pilotcast

Ground Crew:
Every flight requires a good support crew, and ours is GREAT! The Pilotcast would not be back without their help:

Audio Editor: Pilot Stu Stevenson, (stu *at* thevoicesinyourhead *dot* com), @PilotStu, http://www.pilotsjourneypodcast.com
Webmaster: Pilot Jason Wilkinson, (jason *at* pilotcast *dot* com), @jawilk
Music: Pilot Steve Tupper, (steve *at* airspeedonline *dot* com), @StephenForce, http://www.airspeedonline.com
Announcer: Pilot Troy Whistman, (troy *at* whistman *dot* com), @TJWhiskey, http://www.whistman.com

Pilotcast show notes are at http://www.pilotcast.com

Recorded Wednesday, July 28th, 2010
at EAA AirVenture 2010, Oshkosh, WI

Copyright © 2010 The Pilotcast

Find this and more great shows at the Aviation Podcasts Network
http://AviationPodcasts.net
http://TheVoicesInYourHead.com

Direct download: Pilotcast_082-Lightspeed_Aviation_Foundation-Growth.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:11pm EDT

The Lightspeed Aviation Foundation was established out of the commitment and passion of the Lightspeed Aviation Corporation to serve the aviation community.

In this second of a three part series, hear Pilot Tiffany interview the following aviators:
 - Allan Schrader, president of Lightspeed Aviation and LSAF
 - Charlie Plumb, LSAF board member
 - Judy Benjamin, Mission Coordinator, Angel Flight Central
 - Dennis Garretson, JAARS, Inc.
 - John Hook, Mission Aviation Fellowship

The mission of the Lightspeed Aviation Foundation is to promote a vibrant and growing pilot community, support education that will preserve and extend the future of aviation and use our gifts within the aviation community to serve others for the betterment of our world.

It is the vision of the Lightspeed Aviation Foundation to enthusiastically advance aviation in three key areas:

1. Growth — To assure a vibrant and growing pilot community, our goal is to introduce, engage and mature the next generation of aviation enthusiasts.

2. Advocacy — We feel it is fundamental to support education and action outside the pilot community that will preserve and extend the future of aviation.

3. Compassion — We think it is essential that we use our gifts within the aviation community to serve others for the betterment of our communities and world.

As members of the aviation community, we will seek ways to partner with all members of the pilot world to advance the future of aviation. Our goal is to work together to identify worthy causes, give pilots a voice in who we will support and together, work to make a lasting difference.

This episode is also available as video and can be found here:  http://pilotcast.com/2010/08/16/pilotcast-081-lsaf-2-compassion/.

Pilotcast Flight Crew:
Pilot Kent (kent *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @flyingcheezhead
Pilot Bill (bill *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @billwil
Pilot Tiffany (tiffany *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @tiffanykwolf

Reach the entire Pilotcast flight crew at pilots *at* pilotcast *dot* com, and follow us on Twitter at @Pilotcast

Ground Crew:
Every flight requires a good support crew, and ours is GREAT! The Pilotcast would not be back without their help:

Audio Editor: Pilot Stu Stevenson, (stu *at* thevoicesinyourhead *dot* com), @PilotStu, http://www.pilotsjourneypodcast.com
Webmaster: Pilot Jason Wilkinson, (jason *at* pilotcast *dot* com), @jawilk
Music: Pilot Steve Tupper, (steve *at* airspeedonline *dot* com), @StephenForce, http://www.airspeedonline.com
Announcer: Pilot Troy Whistman, (troy *at* whistman *dot* com), @TJWhiskey, http://www.whistman.com

Pilotcast show notes are at http://www.pilotcast.com

Recorded Wednesday, July 28th, 2010
at EAA AirVenture 2010, Oshkosh, WI

Copyright © 2010 The Pilotcast

Find this and more great shows at the Aviation Podcasts Network
http://AviationPodcasts.net
http://TheVoicesInYourHead.com

Direct download: Pilotcast_081-Lightspeed_Aviation_Foundation-Compassion.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:51am EDT

It's that time again! The pilotcast is happy to present the Audio from the 2010 edition of the Podapalooza from EAA Airventure in Oshkosh.  This is the audio that ran live on EAA Radio on Friday, July 20th, 2010.

Thanks for listening.  We've got even more great content coming from this years Oshkosh, so keep checking back!

Show notes can be found at http://pilotcast.com.

Direct download: PC080_Podapalooza_2010.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:09am EDT

The Lightspeed Aviation Foundation was established out of the commitment and passion of the Lightspeed Aviation Corporation to serve the aviation community.

In this first of a three part series, hear Pilot Tiffany interview the following aviators:
 - Allan Schrader, president of Lightspeed Aviation and LSAF
 - Wayne Handley, LSAF board member
 - Larry Williams, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Lindbergh Foundation
 - Fran Strubeck, Board of Directors of the Ninety-Nines
 - Lt Col Jeff Wiswell, Civil Air Patrol

The mission of the Lightspeed Aviation Foundation is to promote a vibrant and growing pilot community, support education that will preserve and extend the future of aviation and use our gifts within the aviation community to serve others for the betterment of our world.

It is the vision of the Lightspeed Aviation Foundation to enthusiastically advance aviation in three key areas:

1. Growth — To assure a vibrant and growing pilot community, our goal is to introduce, engage and mature the next generation of aviation enthusiasts.

2. Advocacy — We feel it is fundamental to support education and action outside the pilot community that will preserve and extend the future of aviation.

3. Compassion — We think it is essential that we use our gifts within the aviation community to serve others for the betterment of our communities and world.

As members of the aviation community, we will seek ways to partner with all members of the pilot world to advance the future of aviation. Our goal is to work together to identify worthy causes, give pilots a voice in who we will support and together, work to make a lasting difference.

This episode is also available as video and can be found here: http://pilotcast.com/2010/08/04/lightspeed-aviation-foundation-video-podcast-day-1/

Pilotcast Flight Crew:
Pilot Kent (kent *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @flyingcheezhead
Pilot Bill (bill *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @billwil
Pilot Tiffany (tiffany *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @tiffanykwolf

Reach the entire Pilotcast flight crew at pilots *at* pilotcast *dot* com, and follow us on Twitter at @Pilotcast

Ground Crew:
Every flight requires a good support crew, and ours is GREAT! The Pilotcast would not be back without their help:

Audio Editor: Pilot Stu Stevenson, (stu *at* thevoicesinyourhead *dot* com), @PilotStu, http://www.pilotsjourneypodcast.com
Webmaster: Pilot Jason Wilkinson, (jason *at* pilotcast *dot* com), @jawilk
Music: Pilot Steve Tupper, (steve *at* airspeedonline *dot* com), @StephenForce, http://www.airspeedonline.com
Announcer: Pilot Troy Whistman, (troy *at* whistman *dot* com), @TJWhiskey, http://www.whistman.com

     
Pilotcast show notes are at http://www.pilotcast.com

Recorded Tuesday, July 27th, 2010
at EAA AirVenture 2010, Oshkosh, WI

38:04
43.6 mb

Copyright © 2010 The Pilotcast

Find this and more great shows at the Aviation Podcasts Network
http://AviationPodcasts.net
http://TheVoicesInYourHead.com

Direct download: Pilotcast_079_-_Lightspeed_Aviation_Foundation_-_Awareness.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 12:59pm EDT

Pilotcast #77 - Pilotcast Guest Benefits

On this 77th episode of the Pilotcast, the crew discusses preparations and plans for this year's Airventure 2010 at Oshkosh, Wisconsin.  The history of the Pilotcast, as well as this year's big plans, are outlined.  Learn where you can meet the Pilotcast crew, and how they're teaming up with LightSpeed Aviation and John & Martha King to bring recognition to worthy aviation causes.  And learn more about two air-adventures that should be on everyone's bucket list--flying the Hudson River VFR corridor through New York City, and flightseeing Niagra Falls.

Pilotcast show notes are at http://www.pilotcast.com

 

Direct download: PC077_Pilotcast_Guest_Benefits.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:17am EDT

CFICast #15 - Preparing for Checkrides
  • Rick Durden (Host)
  • Kate Bernard
  • Bruce Chien
  • Tony Condon
  • Ron Levy 
  • Dr. Judith Parrish-Jones
  • Terri Watson

 
At the time of this recording, Terri had recently completed a series of part 135 checkrides in multiple fixed and rotary wing aircraft.

Not to be outdone, on the day of the recording Tony completed his own part 135 checkride, flew his first part 135 revenue flight, and signed off a student for the private pilot practical test.

The panel discusses checkride preparation, pre-check jitters, what happens when you fail a checkride, and examiner quirks.

Ron also shares insights from his famous checkride prep notes on the Pilots of America forum athttp://www.pilotsofamerica.com/forum/showthread.php?t=15706

Theme Song: "Learn to Fly" by Josh Woodward from the Podsafe Music Network. Check it out at www.musicalley.com

Copyright © 2010 The Pilotcast
http://www.pilotcast.com

Recorded March, 2009
1:12:26
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Direct download: cficast015_2010.07.08.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:00pm EDT

The Pilotcast crew spends some time with Rick Durden talking about the instrument rating, including what it takes to earn the rating and the subsequent benefits to the General Aviation pilot from having and using the skills acquired with the rating.

Pilotcast show notes are at www.pilotcast.com.

The Pilotcast is a member of the Aviation Podcasts Network (www.aviationpodcasts.net, www.thevoicesinyourhead.com).

Recorded Tuesday, March 30th, 2010.

Direct download: PilotCast_076_-_Rickonian_Physics.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:04pm EDT

The Pilotcast crew discusses all things "Commercial Pilot" -- how to earn your certificate, what you can and cannot do with it, what kinds of maneuvers you'll be expected to perform on your checkride, and more.  And, of course, some great flying stories, including Pilot Tiffany's infamous "Flight of Doom", which is quickly one-upped (by herself!) with an even more harrowing tale of aviation peril in the stormy skies over Southern California.

Flight Crew:
Pilot Kent (kent *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @flyingcheezhead
Pilot Bill (bill *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @billwil
Pilot Tiffany (tiffany *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @tiffanykwolf

Reach the entire Pilotcast flight crew at pilots *at* pilotcast *dot* com, and follow us on Twitter at @Pilotcast

Ground Crew:
Every flight requires a good support crew, and ours is GREAT! The Pilotcast would not be back without their help:

Audio Engineer: Pilot Stu Stevenson, (stu *at* thevoicesinyourhead *dot* com), @PilotStu, http://www.pilotsjourney.com/
Webmaster: Pilot Jason Wilkinson, (jason *at* pilotcast *dot* com), @jawilk
Music: Pilot Steve Tupper, (steve *at* airspeedonline *dot* com), @StephenForce, http://www.airspeedonline.com/
Announcer: Pilot Troy Whistman, (troy *at* whistman *dot* com), @TJWhiskey, http://www.whistman.com/

Show Links:

Pilotcast show notes are at http://www.pilotcast.com

Recorded Monday, March 1st, 2010 - 102:27 - 96MB - Copyright © 2010 The Pilotcast

Direct download: Pilotcast_075_-_Going_Commerical.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:34am EDT

We have a special episode of the CFIcast for you today, but while we're glad to be bringing back the show and releasing this episode in particular, unfortunately it is on a somber note. For this episode, CFIs Rick, Bruce, and Tony are joined by mountain flying legend Sparky Imeson, author of several books on mountain flying and long considered one of the foremost experts in the field. Unfortunately, Sparky was killed in the crash of his Cessna 180 Skywagon near Townsend, Montana on March 17th, 2009. We are releasing this episode on the first anniversary of his crash both to honor his memory and to remind all aviators to remain vigilant on every single flight.

Direct download: CFIcast_016.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:19am EDT

We bring David Allen (from the Pilot's Flight PodLog) and Steve Tupper (from Airspeed) into the studio for a game of Aviation Trivia.  We're not talking arcane FAR/AIM minutiae—we're talking the kind of cool aviation history knowledge that any self-respecting hangar dweller should have roosting in their mental rafters!

Flight Crew:

Pilot Kent (kent *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @flyingcheezhead

Pilot Bill (bill *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @billwil

Pilot Tiffany (tiffany *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @tiffanykwolf

Reach the entire Pilotcast flight crew at pilots *at* pilotcast *dot* com, and follow us on Twitter at @Pilotcast

Ground Crew: Every flight requires a good support crew, and ours is GREAT! The Pilotcast would not be back without their help:

Audio Editor: Pilot Stu Stevenson, (stu *at* thevoicesinyourhead *dot* com), @PilotStuhttp://www.pilotsjourney.com/

Webmaster: Pilot Jason Wilkinson, (jason *at* pilotcast *dot* com), @jawilk

Music: Pilot Steve Tupper, (steve *at* airspeedonline *dot* com), @StephenForcehttp://www.airspeedonline.com/

Announcer: Pilot Troy Whistman, (troy *at* whistman *dot* com), @TJWhiskeyhttp://www.whistman.com/

  Show Links:  

Pilotcast show notes are at http://www.pilotcast.com

Recorded Tuesday, January 19, 2010 - 57:58 - 54.4 MB Copyright © 2010 The Pilotcast

 

Direct download: Pilotcast_074_-_Kentipedia.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:23am EDT

We welcome Geoff Armstrong, a commercial pilot and charter captain in the Toronto area.  We’ll hear about flying two-pilot operations in a single engine turboprop aircraft into all sorts of predicaments.  Join as in episode 73 of the Pilotcast for the complete rundown.

Flight Crew:
Pilot Kent (kent *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @flyingcheezhead
Pilot Bill (bill *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @billwil
Pilot Tiffany (tiffany *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @tiffanykwolf

Reach the entire Pilotcast flight crew at pilots *at* pilotcast *dot* com, and follow us on Twitter at @Pilotcast

Ground Crew:
Every flight requires a good support crew, and ours is GREAT! The Pilotcast would not be back without their help:
Audio Editor: Pilot Stu Stevenson, (stu *at* thevoicesinyourhead *dot* com), @PilotStu, http://www.pilotsjourney.com/
Webmaster: Pilot Jason Wilkinson, (jason *at* pilotcast *dot* com), @jawilk
Music: Pilot Steve Tupper, (steve *at* airspeedonline *dot* com), @StephenForce, http://www.airspeedonline.com/
Announcer: Pilot Troy Whistman, (troy *at* whistman *dot* com), @TJWhiskey, http://www.whistman.com/

Recorded Wednesday, December 27, 2009 - 60:13 – 41.4 MB
 

Show Links:  

Toronto Island Airport: http://www.torontoport.com/airport.asp

Pearson International Airport: http://www.gtaa.com/en/home/

Pilatus PC-12 45 Series Aircraft: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilatus_PC-12

Pilatus Aircraft: http://www.pilatus-aircraft.com

Spectrum Airways: http://www.spectrumairways.com/

Waterloo Airport: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Region_of_Waterloo_International_Airport

Various Pitts Bi-plane models: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pitts_Special

Edge 540: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zivko_Edge_540

Extra 300: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extra_300

Geoff Armstrong on Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/geoffarmstrong#/profile.php?id=512083504

Geoff’s website (coming soon): http://www.geoffarmstrongaerosports.com/

Geoff’s twitter:  http://twitter.com/smokeon34

Max Trescott:  http://www.maxtrescott.com/

Diamond DA-40: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diamond_DA40

Garmin G1000: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garmin_G1000

Palo Alto Airport: http://airnav.com/airport/PAO

Moffett Field: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moffett_Field,_California

Doug Stewart: http://www.dsflight.com/about.html

Greg Brown: http://gregbrownflyingcarpet.wordpress.com/

West Valley Flying Club (Bay Area): http://www.wvfc.org/

 

 

Direct download: Ep073_Pilotcast_12-27-2009.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 5:57pm EDT

Happy Birthday PA-28! Though there have been many thousands of airplane designs through the years, only a very few have ever been so good, so timeless as to still be flying in normal service as opposed to being a vintage-classic relic when they're a half-century old. The Douglas DC-3, Boeing B-52 and KC-135, and the Lockheed U-2 come to mind. Even rarer are those types that manage to actually remain in production for 50 years (with, of course, some relatively minor modifications along the way): The Beechcraft Bonanza, the Cessna 172 and 182, and the Lockheed C-130 Hercules. (I'll leave it to others to argue over whether the Mooney M20 series or the Piper Cub/Super Cub and their descendants should be included.)

Today, another aircraft joins this list of vaunted aircraft designs: The Piper PA-28 Cherokee, which first took to the skies on January 14th, 1960 from Vero Beach, Florida and which has resulted in over 32,000 airplanes being built in several variants, continuing today. Congratulations to Piper Aircraft and designers Karl Bergey, Fred Weick and John Thorp on their excellent achievement.

Category:general -- posted at: 7:58pm EDT

Join the Pilotcast crew as they talk to Tyson Weihs and Jason Miller of ForeFlight about their just released version 3.0 preflight intelligence software, as well as some cool training flights.

Flight Crew:
Pilot Kent (kent *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @flyingcheezhead
Pilot Bill (bill *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @billwil
Pilot Tiffany (tiffany *at* pilotcast *dot* com) Twitter: @tiffanykwolf

Reach the entire Pilotcast flight crew at pilots *at* pilotcast *dot* com, and follow us on Twitter at @Pilotcast

Ground Crew:
Every flight requires a good support crew, and ours is GREAT! The Pilotcast would not be back without their help:
Audio Editor: Pilot Stu Stevenson, (stu *at* thevoicesinyourhead *dot* com), @PilotStu, http://www.pilotsjourney.com/
Webmaster: Pilot Jason Wilkinson, (jason *at* pilotcast *dot* com), @jawilk
Music: Pilot Steve Tupper, (steve *at* airspeedonline *dot* com), @StephenForce, http://www.airspeedonline.com/
Announcer: Pilot Troy Whistman, (troy *at* whistman *dot* com), @TJWhiskey, http://www.whistman.com/

Recorded Wednesday, December 2, 2009 - 51:44 - 21.8 MB
 

Show Links:  

Airshow Pilots

·         Sean Tucker: http://www.poweraerobatics.com/

·         Bill Stein: http://billsteinairshows.com/

·         Gene Soucy: http://www.genesoucy.com/

·         Spencer Suderman: http://www.spencersuderman.com/

·         Bill Cornick: http://www.billcornick.com/

·         Rob Holland: http://www.ultimateairshows.com/  

·         Patty Wagstaff: http://www.pattywagstaff.com/

Airshows

Pilotcast show notes are at http://www.pilotcast.com

Copyright © 2009 The Pilotcast

Direct download: Ep072_Pilotcast_12-16-2009.mp3
Category:audio -- posted at: 10:59pm EDT