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Texas Plane Crash That Killed 10 Was Pilot Error

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Texas Plane Crash That Killed 10 Was Pilot Error

"The first thing. we're going to talk about. We have talked about this accident previous at least on a previous episode maybe episodes And they now have a. I think it's the final report has an Yeah don't report so. This accident occurred back in june of two thousand nineteen so almost two years ago The failure of a pilot from the ntsb dot gov a press release from them the failure of pilot to control an airplane following the loss of thrust him one of two engines just seconds after takeoff led to the fatal crash of a general aviation airplane in texas. The national transportation safety board said in a report published tuesday. A textron aviation be three hundred also known as king air. Three fifty crashed into an aircraft hangar. Seventeen seconds after lifting off runway at. Addison airport at in texas on june thirtieth. Twenty nineteen th. The accident killed both pilots and all eight passengers. The personal flight on the privately owned airplane was bound for saint petersburg florida. Investigators analyzed flight track data broadcast by the airplane video from multiple cameras on on and off the airport as well as the known flight. Performance data and characteristics of the airplane to recreate the accident flight path and determine the airplanes position speed altitude and roll angles. The ntsb said in its report that after the left engine lost. Almost all thrust several seconds after takeoff. The pilot responded to the emergency with left rudder input the opposite action of what the emergency call for seconds later. The pilot applied right rudder. But by that point the airplane was rolling inverted and there was insufficient altitude for recovery.

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How To Improve Your Landings

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

05:41 min | 4 months ago

How To Improve Your Landings

"I have with me shawn moody bill. English tom freak in victoria neuvelle and also as a bonus. We're going to discuss suggestions and techniques for our flight. Instructors use while teaching landings guys. Welcome back to the show especially victoria. It's been a little while. I know you've been incredibly busy. So i want to say a special. Welcome back to you. Thank you excited to be back. Yeah you've been working so hard on. I guess people are busy buying airplanes. From what i've heard. Yeah it's actually an interesting time for aviation. I know a lot of us are not as lucky in not flying as much. But there's a quite a few people that i think find themselves working at home and actually have the time to complete a lifelong dream of learning to fly adding another rating. Or thank. You know this is a great time to buy an aircraft since not. Many people are flying the airlines. So it's definitely been interesting in busy. It's a great way to social distance. Buying your own airplane. We highly recommend it A matter of fact. I was lucky enough to go out with Bill english to do some landings Too long ago and had a blast going over the things that We talk about when we're teaching landings and that's kind of what the whole topic is here. Tonight we had a wonderful wonderful time but Anyway so let's move right into it as far as talking about the landings and some techniques and how to improve your landings at. Let's talk a little bit about why landings are important and i love to use this quote. It's in the airplane. Flying handbook which i think is really cool. And if you get a chance to get a copy for yourself. I have a hard copy. And also downloadable a. dot gov for free but in the flying handbook. They actually mentioned that over. Forty five percent of all general aviation accidents occur during approach and landing phases of flight. Over ninety percent of those cases were pilot related. Loss of control was also contributing factor. In thirty three percent of those cases so ninety percent of the causes of those actions were actually piloting related and loss of control is thirty three percent of those cases. So we're gonna talk a little bit about your lands improving your landings and i talk about approaches and landings because we're gonna kinda back up and and realize that a lot of that Landing has to do with how you set up for the approach. So let's talk first about learning how to land I again. I feel that one of the most important things and get some input from the other folks to is. It's important to go to some of the publications and read a little bit about it but you actually have to go out there and do it. We have to actually practice. But when we're when we're actually starting out. I do feel that one of the best sources is the faa publications. We're gonna get into some other things but there's some wonderful things out there learning how to land. There's many different ways on how to land in. These suggestions are going to be as you know talking to instructors etc but one of the things i likened it to and some other folks feedback as you know when you're learning how to land. It's it's a lot. Like i found when i was learning how to drive and anticipating turns and how to write as you're driving faster and a highway. Where do you actually place your is and how. How do you view that highway in front you. In our case it's going to be the runway. It really is like that well again. Like i said joining me today as tom. Tom i know we actually got a chance to go out there and do some landings. It really is something. That i think is very important is starting off your career in your aviation. Life is learning how to land And so one of the things. I'd like tom if you could comment a little. Because i know you do a lot of flight. Instructing is you know basically what do you see. As far as the best ways to learn how to land as far as as the students that you see that progress the quickest and are is there one thing i don't know if there's any one given thing but you know i mean learning how to land the plane. Is you know when when the first time i walked into a flight school. There was a sign that was on. The wall would said the second the most exhilarating or the second most exhilarating data in a guy's life is Flying an airplane. The first is when he lands. You know so i mean it's it's one of those things that you know. It's the hardest learn flying the airplane. That's the easy part putting it back on the ground. That's the hard part. And that's what we learn. We take students out and we learn the maneuvers. I we learn how to do slow flight. We learn how to do power off stalls. Power on installs. You know how to do. S turns how to do turns around and point out of those things are to teach us how to control that airplane when we get in the pattern and get ready to put that plane back on the ground again. How it's gonna feel what it's gonna do. We take it to its extremes. You know and that's what we're trying to learn. You know so. The people that i see that. Learn how to land the plane. The quickest or the ones that learn all of those basic rudimentary maneuvers. The quickest you know somebody who understands the The vanessa what it is to control that airplane. They're the ones that are most likely to put it on the ground. The best you know and and you're right you know A good landing starts in the pattern. I mean it's going to start long before you even make it to that airport. It's it's setting the thing up and getting completely set up so that you are in the best place possible to put it on the ground and you know one of the things i teach. All the time is that landings should be a surprise. You know that at any given time you're ready to go full throttle and go around and keep that airplane flying until you can put yourself back in that perfect position again to put that plane back on the ground.

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A Chat With Our Mechanic, Ray Villalba

Behind the Prop

04:31 min | 5 months ago

A Chat With Our Mechanic, Ray Villalba

"What's wally. Hey bobby how are you. I'm good today. we have. I believe our guests and all four guests have been very different but all help pilots who spend time behind the prop. Today we have ray the elbow with us. He owns any aviation and has done ninety nine percent of the maintenance work from my flight school and many of the people on the airport. Welcome to the show. Ray thank you. Thank you for having me. We get asked a lot of systems questions while the and i do and there's obviously a lot of maintenance that goes on and i spend a lot of time on the phone. I wish i actually talked to you. A little less ray but We spend a lot of time on the phone with each other and we wanted to have. Ray come talk to all the listeners. A little bit about what goes on in the world of maintenance maybe share some tips and tricks and some things that maybe people should be doing that. They're not doing on a regular basis So ready to get started. Tell us a little bit about you. Your background kind. Of all of your acronyms that are at the end of your name. So we understand what you're able to craft and stuff like that Well my my most of my experience comes from general aviation got about one year airline experience but mainly generally it's about twenty two years now I i have an mp in and i Which pretty much mainly mainly means. I could sign off. Annuals and three seven's does the i. I think it comes up a lot where somebody said. Hey you have to have an eye for that. And i don't think i think people just know of an acronym but what does that really mean it stands for inspection authorization okay and it's it's really not a certificate or license is just an authorization to sign off annuals and three three sevens which are major repairs and alterations Other than that you're. Emp's what you really use. Why does so. Maybe i'm wrong. But i have this perception that very few. Amp's haven't a or not what was a very few have an. I is that true and is it hard to get her. it's it's it can be a little difficult to get For starters you gotta have Three years in the field And you got. It's only a written test but the test is very difficult for me. It is right. I'm not a good test taker but it's difficult only because they just made it that way And unless you're out there doing annuals and actually doing three three seven's you really don't need it. Uranium p mostly everything. You can do If you're working out in the industry and the airline you'll never use the i In general aviation. Use it every day if you're doing annuals and major alterations and repairs Which is why a lotta. Ap's don't get it. I got it. I have to have it because we run a shop. So we gotta sign off annuals and we do. Stc's all the time required three three seven. So that's why i have it And then again you know you got to report to the fa When you have sure how more than you would with ampy sure we. We also share a lot of friends in common pilots both on the field and around the city You have a huge. I would say fan. Following lots of people speak very highly of your work and unease work. Tell people that might not be right here around us. What kind of work. You do how you help. Pilots get their planes back in the air just a little bit in case somebody wants to fly down and have you do their annual forms. Well mainly You know we stay busy with strictly. Piston aircraft We we do so many of them you know we could turn them pretty quick We know all their quirks We know pretty much where to get the parts In a timely manner right and that's that will help keep the airplane flying which is what most owners want In pretty much we have the crew at the shop to do it We have a person that does strictly she metalwork. We have one guy that does you know. It's real good at electrical so he keeps up with the electrical portions and all that combine helps. You know the shot move move a lot quicker And makes everything go a lot smoother in the long run. Saving time downtime and money for custom

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Removing the Lead

Innovation Now

01:07 min | 5 months ago

Removing the Lead

"Approximately one hundred sixty seven thousand general aviation aircraft in operation still use a low lead gasoline. The only remaining fuel used in the united states today that contains lead but researchers at faa labs are dedicated to removing the harmful lead from this fuel piston engines. The most common type in small general aviation planes rely on the addition of lead to create the high octane. gasoline needed to safely fly. The search is on for fuels that will have the least impact on the general aviation fleet and aircraft manufacturers while providing equivalent performance levels as the existing fuel. Faa researchers are currently conducting tests to gain a better understanding of the chemical composition and performance of fuels and the work done at these state of the art. Labs will support the development of cleaner greener fuels. That are not only more efficient but safer for the world in which we fly for innovation. Now i'm jennifer. Pulley

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Seaplane Pilot Genesah Duffy on Living Your Dream

Aviation Careers Podcas?t?

04:29 min | 6 months ago

Seaplane Pilot Genesah Duffy on Living Your Dream

"Let's get on with the show first of all. This is the person i have on today. Is somebody that i truly admire. Because of the fact that Her persistence perseverance. And hard work has gotten to the position where she is today and again. That's as chief pilot and manager of operations flight operations and training for icon. Aircraft has a sea plane pilot and her name is jeanette duffy genesis. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. Yeah this is awesome as you know we were just talking off line. We met a few years back when you actually were introduced to pulse. Stay college and your on boarding there. That was pretty exciting time. We're getting started in your career and it sure has blossom From that point so you are a graduate correct of pokes. Yeah awesome awesome Well before we talk too much about bulk state and we'll talk about that later and you you really have had a varied path to the flight deck and one thing i want to mention is That you are Ex or retired navy. yes. I was in the navy. Four I just did one term for years but I'm a veteran cool. We appreciate your service and all those that are listening right now. So we'll talk a little bit about that too transitioning as a veteran because You know we do a lot of career. Coaching with veterans coming out. There are some unique things. It's it's definitely different world. that's for sure. Yeah for sure but genesee you. You took a different path and we're talk a little bit about that You became a sea pilot instructor and didn't go the route of the airlines which It was seems like that was kind of the direction. You may have been Heading towards so a lot of people are. I'm sure they're gonna be saying why in the world a seaplane pilot. I asked that sometimes to back. When i started flying and when i go to the military i really had no idea what i was going to do in aviation klein was not remotely in the realm of things that i was considering the time So it just kind of be. It was happenstance that i fell into Going on discovery flight and realizing i wanted to be a pilot. But i didn't know anything about aviation like nothing. I knew no pilots. Nothing so when i started flying i kind of assumed while all right i'll be an airline pilot. That's that's what you do you become pilot For delta or american. Or whatever. And then once i got my commercial rating was actually right around the fifteen hundred hours switch so before just assume as get my commercial rating star working for murph operator planning on being i And then fifteen hundred our role kitten play. Sounds like okay so now after struct this is going to be different. Also didn't really know anything besides meeting my instructor for the first time didn't know anything With that was like or or what that could be like But then i actually kinda enjoyed instructing a little bit. And i started down that path and then i realized i don't know about actually want to go be an airline pilot. I liked. I mean. I like flying smaller aircraft. I started looking into more of the adventure. Type flying i even i debated before going fixed-wing being a helicopter pilot. I'm so i was kinda just all over the place. Since i was so new into aviation in general i just wanted to explore the different avenues. Before i committed to going to the airline route. I felt like the airline route was a safety net. Were all pilots can end up going to the airline route And then i started working actually an aircraft maintenance job because i also thought about getting my amp license. And i wanted to know more about maintenance and and really just general aviation as as a whole and i felt like working at a maintenance shop would have Did give me a lot of information about the industry. And and i met some incredible incredible people on the way And that made. It shop was at winter haven airport which everyone knows is is jack. Browns is so just one day. I decided i was like you now. I have no idea what. I'm going to use this four but i feel like one day i might use it so i just over a weekend. I went over to jack. Rowell's got my seaplane. And then i think maybe it was a year later that i actually started doing some seaplane instructions so i didn't do anything with were while and then it just kinda started to fall into place after that

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How to Choose an Instrument Approach, RH of Opposing Bases, Syringe Pilot Shares Details + GA News

Aviation News Talk podcast

05:13 min | 6 months ago

How to Choose an Instrument Approach, RH of Opposing Bases, Syringe Pilot Shares Details + GA News

"And welcomed aviation news talk show about general aviation with relevant news and flying tips for pilots and student pilots. To help keep you safe. I'm extra scott for our pilot skills topping today. We'll be talking about the factors you should consider when choosing instrument approach and air traffic controller r h of the opposing basis. Podcasts will be here to answer listener questions. And finally we'll talk with a newsmaker a young pilot who did something that made headlines around the world last week episode. One seventy one. We talked with andy chant about the sleek new petrol panther aircraft. So if you didn't hear that episode you may want to check it out and if aviation is talk. Podcast is new to you in whatever app. You're using to listen to us now. Just click on the subscribe button. So new episodes will download for free each week. I think you'll enjoy today's show and you won't want to miss future shows this week in the news. Real time. updates on special use airspace are coming to the cockpit. A student pilot selfie results force landing and an airport. Snowplow driver got in trouble at the reading pennsylvania. Airport all this more and the news starts now. From alpa dot org coming to the cockpit. Real time special. Use airspace updates real time status of military operation areas or moas and other types of special use airspace or s. You a into. The cockpit of aviators has been included in the national defense authorization. Act or indeed led by senator james inhofe of oklahoma chairman of the senate armed services committee and representative sam graves of missouri. The top republican on the house committee on transportation and infrastructure and a member of the house armed services committee a provision in the act was included that requires the faa and the department of defense to establish automated. Real-time broadcast similar to temporary flight restrictions dissemination on the real time status of emo as and restricted airspace. The aa an annual bill was passed in both the house and senate by overriding the president's veto making sixty consecutive years that it has become law the goal to improve operational safety and efficiency by transmitting directly into the cockpit the real time status of military training and other su as will result in enormous savings and environmental benefits robberies of private commercial and military aircraft a mitre corporation report developed in two thousand twelve documented the potential benefits of such a system according to the report quote overall approximate annual. Good weather flight savings in the national airspace system. Include fuel savings of one hundred million dollars distance savings of thirty million nautical miles flight. Time savings of ninety thousand hours and reduction of carbon dioxide emissions of three hundred million kilograms. Lp president mark baker said this really sets the course for faa and dod the use existing technology to ensure pilots have tools readily available in order to transmit this type of airspace. Safely and efficiently'' it's a game changer. For many pilots and insurers are warfighters. Continue to receive the training. They need and deserve from k. H. dot com. Which i believe is a houston television station. Pilot killed after jumping in a rolling plane that went airborne while doing maintenance. Faa says one person was killed when a small plane crashed in a residential area of galveston county according to authorities. According to the faa an unoccupied single engine plane began to move forward while maintenance work was being performed on the aircraft at scholes international airport in galveston. A pilot jumped in the plane at the faa says it rolled over chalks and became airborne plane went down in a residential area near the intersection of south railroad and mike avenue in hitchcock at about two pm the pilot has been identified as fifty year old austin stall of galveston. There were no passengers on the plane and other injuries reported plane went down near railroad tracks. The call someone is a nurse who lives near the crash site. She said she saw the plane flying very low before nosediving into the ground right in front of her house. And i think probably the key takeaway on this is that sometimes. It's probably better to let an airplane go. Even though you know that it's probably going to be damaged rather than try. And get into the airplane and injure or kill yourself from aviation safety dot. Net hawker eight hundred. Xp crashes during landing on runway one four at farmingdale republic airport in new york now one of our patriots mega supporters. Jim gold fussy gives ground instruction at republic. Airport notified me of the accident immediately after it happened. A raytheon hawker eight hundred. X p november four one to juliette alpha performing telling air flight t.f. Nine forty one suffered an accident during landing on runway one four at the farmington republic airport on long island. Both bins sustained minor injuries at twenty thirty two local time. The flight was cleared for an approach to runway one four. The tower controller reported wind calm and stated that the aircraft that landed five minutes prior at reported that the cloud base was at minimums.

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Interview With Jessica Garcia, SWA First Officer

Behind the Prop

05:13 min | 6 months ago

Interview With Jessica Garcia, SWA First Officer

"What's up walling. Hey bobby how are you. I'm great this is our third guest and we are excited to have her on the show today with us as a pass flight instructor from united flight systems current southwest airlines first officer and someone with a very interesting aviation story that we're gonna talk about today today. We have on the show jessica garcia. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. And i know We're gonna talk a lot about today but you also have to be married to a pilot as well an my wonderful husband. Ricky who also instructed here structure. And i heard good news for ricky recently. Is that true. He got hired at commuter airlines Friday very excited and so he was an express jet in lives in houston listened to show. They probably have heard about all the things that happened. Express jet so it's great to hear that ricky's back in the in the in the cockpit. Doing great things for aviation excited. I'm i'm pumped for him. He's ready to get back in the airplane so we have a lot to talk about today but as the current owner of united flight systems. It's a it's a great time when a previous flight search comes back and shares with me stories and things from the past. You've obviously spent many an hour behind a prop as an airplane owners still today. You spend a lot of time on the probe had any idea. How many hours do will you gave here at this. Oh it's gotta be at least twelve hundred I remember one day sitting down with my logbook in between students. And i recognized that my total dual received in total dual given was equal spicer past that milestone here and then i think i want to say about twelve hundred dollars instructing here nice and that that was that in the day where you could just get the fifteen hundred right to the airline sort of. I was in the weird transition area where the atp was being required by the by the regional airlines to get hired. But it what you didn't have to do the atp p. course so i ended up being able to do my atp on my own without having to the course but you still have to have the fifteen hundred hours so kind of an awkward phase. I think i got my atp in june and the the law passed in august. For the so. I guess for our listeners. We've we've obviously prepped and talked a little bit. Tell us a little bit about your aviation career where he went to college. How you found this place and then did you go right to the airlines are or what will happen there. So i started flying recreationally in abilene texas. Where i'm from Just doing it for fun. I grew up flying with my dad in the right seat of various aircraft wanting bananas barons and the end of my freshman year of college. He said okay. You can go to summer school. You can get a job or you can get your pilot's license and so i opted to go get my pilot's license obviously and had an a wonderful instructor. Who is now one. She is my best friend. We are incredibly close. She flies for fedex and she she said you know. You're kind of good at this. Have you considered doing it as a career and up until that point i hadn't been exposed to the opportunities in careers in aviation so took me to my first women in aviation conference and it was like being around thousands of my taipei. Best friends And they all took me by the hand. I was nineteen years old. And said we're going to show you what it means to be a professional pilot and i decided right then and there that was going to be my career up until then i was studying marketing And liked it but didn't love it so went back to abilene finished my instrument rating then i transferred to louisiana tech university where i finished my commercial. Cfi of mea. I instructed for the school for a few months loved being attack. I'm very proud Louisiana tech bulldog and but it wasn't building flight time quite quick enough and so a friend of mine called me and said there's a flight school in houston. I think you'd be a great fit at work. Consider interviewing so. I called united flight systems. Talk to the previous owner. Bob watts and his daughter laura and they brought us in for an interview me and my husband. I secretly brought my husband along with me to interview as well. And we they us right then and there and so within a month. I moved houston and begin. Instructing here instructed for. I guess it would have been about two and a half years and then had one of my workers official instructor. Here come into my office and say would you like to fly corporate. And i'd always been really interested in corporate aviation i. I grew up around general aviation being there in abilene. We had a little bit of a regional airline flying but not a lot So i had more exposure to corporate. And i said sure didn't know what the airplane was had. Never heard of. It was a cessna. Conquest twin engine turboprop and met with the the woman who was flying that airplane and we went and just had dinner and and chit chatted and she said. I think you'd be a great fit. Would you come fly with me. So that was my introduction to part one thirty five Flew for them for a couple of years loved it. That was a flu for a family. There's still a dear dear and special in my life The woman i flew with is still very dear to me. We get together as often as we can into pilots

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November Air Traffic Review

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

01:58 min | 7 months ago

November Air Traffic Review

"So november has ended where recording wednesday the second of december and looking at the statistics for the month as we usually do commercial air. Traffic was still down forty percent in the month of november compared to a year prior. So you know not much of a change. August was forty five percent down then september was forty. Three october was forty two. So things are slowly improving. But we've really entered kind of the the seasonal decline where the number of flights are declining month over month but they're declining more slowly this year than than they normally would as airlines trying claw as much as they can. But traffic's still down. I mean in an incredible amount. The total flights overall only down twenty one point eight percent below last year which struck me. I was surprised that the number has made it that far back a lot of non-commercial flying out there. Yeah i guess a lot of people were out there in their general aviation aircraft getting from adp as safely as possible on the about quite sure what could explain that. Maybe a day. Hopefully that's true general aviation sometime. Most of that traffic is eight. Eight isn't it. Yeah but we did see in the commercial. We did see a small bump in the run-up to thanksgiving so we will see if we're talking next episode whether or not that had an effect on things. Hopefully it won't. Hopefully that was just some some shifted traffic that where people trying to work around a holiday. But i think i might be being overly optimistic in that respect. So we'll we'll see what the effect that increased number of flights has on things in the coming

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Farewell Last DC7

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

01:30 min | 7 months ago

Farewell Last DC7

"Canker sixty now which was An aerial a firefighting tanker Is slash was operated by ericsson herro tanker out of medford oregon was retired earlier Sometime this year Tober october twenty eight is when the story was was dated so not not that long ago. for is this is the article says it's the last airworthy operational dc seven in the world. Well it seems implausible but not does to me too. But i don't know I according to this article it is. Yeah so i could buy that. It was the last one flying in the continental united states for example Even north america. But i have a hard time imagining a reliable old aircraft like this. I mean isn't still flying according to according to wikipedia wikipedia. Okay here we go well because this is the ultimate source but that's why that's why preface saying according to wikipedia. Yes there are no dc seven's in operation today. Well okay. that's another all right. It's kind of to another data point. And you bet

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How The Flying Fahans Got Started In Aviation

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

05:08 min | 7 months ago

How The Flying Fahans Got Started In Aviation

"I'm joined today by very famous. Couple job the margaret and joe fan who were delta pilots flew together numerous times and they retired together. It is so great having you with us today. Thanks for taking the time. It's nice to be here. thanks for talking with us. You're welcome so so. Who is flying the longest. I'm older by about four years. Okay so we'll start with you joe. How did you get your start in aviation you know. I wanted to be a pilot since i was a little kid. And when i got to be about fifteen. I started getting my parents to drop me off the local airport and eventually got a job as a line boy there and spend all my money taking lessons. There's just that simple so back. Then how much did it cost to take lessons. Well kids today are going to hate me for saying this. I flew a brand new one. Seventy two with an instructor for twenty dollars. An hour into european itself was fourteen dollars an hour. The instructor was six and it was a struggle back. Then because i'm making that dollars seventy five bucks an hour whatever. The minimum wage was then. So you know it's it's increased by about tenfold. Since since i did that but there people people paying over two hundred dollars an hour for a general aviation airplane with instructor. My private pilot licence cost me all eight hundred dollars. Well that's were great. How about you. How did you get your story. Well my mom and dad are from germany and we used to fly to germany every summer to visit family so for me the best part of the vacation was actually the flight and i just know i had to do something with airplanes later on in life and When i was sixteen. I was dating a boy that my dad wasn't particularly fond of so he thought my dad had flown gliders in world war two at the end of the war so he thought if margaret had a hobby maybe she spend less time with boyfriend and more time with the hobbies so he took me to the glider airport in the area and He got reso- load. And i started flying taking lessons and it just took off from there that is very cool so interesting parroting those is really good parent yes. He has a better story than i do off. So so joe. Did you start earning money right away after you got your license. Well private commercial instrument. And then i became a flight instructor and i was teaching for a couple years. I guess that's my first paid flying job and college was in there too taught in college and then got your later. I got hired by a little commuter airline in southern new jersey southern jersey airways honors for five years or so and seven for almost a year and went on with the airlines so that was kind of a straight shot so when you interviewed with delta did they have the shrink with a rocking chair. Well actually we're. We didn't come that way. We were a northwest pilots. Oh okay all right actually. Yeah we required. Margaret margaret was actually a pilot for republic airlines and i was a pilot for northwest so we merged as choir twice. She was margaret. Tell us about how you got Started getting paid to fly well. Once i started taking lessons at all i wanted to do was be at the airport. Talk to people at the airport. You learn all. I could so i started working out there. I worked at the office. And then i worked on the line to Being that it was a glider airport. There were several line called them lined boys but there were lying girls. You had to hook up the toro to the glider and then run the wing as the toll. Plane drag glider off. So i did whatever. I could to You help pay for lessons and back then you got to know the instructors. So you traded washing their cars for instruction you've got a cheaper rate on the glider rental Got a little discount of the toe. So as soon as i could i started flying and earning money to pay for lessons. Surely you a glider rating before you got a power rating. Yes you could back then solo. I think it was fifteen. Get your license at sixteen in glider. So you could get your commercial glider license that eighteen and you could give rides and you know what we call the introductory lessons. I got my flight instructor. Rating is flight instructed in gliders before i got my private airplane well that is very cool and never flown gliders but i understand that that's the best way to learn to fly. Start with gliders. I think so i think so. You're tells me that all the time

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FAA Admin logs some 737Max time

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

07:03 min | 8 months ago

FAA Admin logs some 737Max time

"So the administrator went flying. This is okay. I I like this story on a number of a levels. I don't know one of you may turn out to be the sinecure. All right but I like the story on a couple of so what? Mr Carteris. Yeah I know right I didn't want to name names, but that's what I figured about how I figured. It would play out So you know. The Boeing seven thirty-seven Max is still rounded but getting closer and closer to returning to the skies, the Francisco Franco all of Of Aircraft. and. And clearly I mean I'm no I'm not naive obviously this was a big publicity thing. All right. The the administrator of the FAA a conducted in evaluation flight. The pictures I showed should him in in less so? To the extent I'm going to be cynical about this. The one thing I'm questioning is the administrator the as really checked out in a seven thirty seven to fly the left I believe that's correct. Yeah. He he I think he other type he's a former airline pilot. Okay. Has a seven three typewriting. And if he does have a later model type rating for the seventy three. He's eligible the service. That airplane. So clearly, the FAA wants to demonstrate that the seven thirty seven is is safe and or you know and is is is deserving of of returning into flight service, and so they did a thing where now the story I have posted here is actually from before he said that he's going to do this thing but apparently it's been it's heads happened right on this this flight took place and because I think I've seen a story that talked about it after he and he got some Sim time before the well that's smart too that smart too. So his bio at FAA website says. A former Delta director global flight operations or Senior Vice President of flight operations for Delta Airlines. flew fluid line operations as as three twenty captain and previously flew the seven, two, seven, seven, three, seven, seven, five, seven, and seven, six seven. What that tells me as he never made captain on the seven three but he was a captain on the twenty Okay so So anyways, I like this story I think you know I mean it's it's smart marketing it's you know and it's kind of play pleasure I don't know what's the right word is but that we have an administrator who actually can fly airplanes, which is not always the case not always occurred and so so you know I I of got a little warm fuzzy about. starring. In. The best way I mean that. Going there. Okay well, we're will you go JEB. What do you think about this or dude? I was a pure pr stat. Of course it's a PR stunt, but you know I mean, it's a good pr stunned had done well, and and and it's not. You know I know it's a PR stunt, but it's not cynical PR stunt. They're trying to revive this airplane which. I don't disagree with that. and. There's so much to say but. Yeah one of the things that I caught and the aftermath. Is that. He still wouldn't sign off on the airplane. We're not quite ready yet. Well, then what was the purpose of the stunt? Timing may have been wrong, right? That's an interesting point. Now, fly it, fly the day before the day of you give it its walking papers give it. It's it's airworthiness certificate back you know Hey, I just flew the airplane is great here I'm signing the paperwork now. Yeah. Well, that kind of thing. So it looks a little phony to you know it's kind of like a well. I'm not sure which is looks phonier be honest weeping. So. David what do you think about the administrator flying the airplane? Well, I. Think it was Absolutely necessary I off. A long time ago in this saga has been going on for what? Eighteen months coming up on two years since the first crashes. That's true and. Longtime ago the administrators said that He would himself fly the airplane before it was returned to approve for return to service so From the perspective of promise made promise. Kept he fulfilled a promise? At a good thing. Was it a publicity stunt? Absolutely unless the guy was. There to do some data taking for the return to service flight tests but it was a good pr stunt. It it has some some value in that. Here's a guy who really knows the business knows his way around the cockpit. Getting some time in an airplane, it's had a troubled history. Did that, get it to the point of coming back to service no. There's still a lot that the FAA wants to get clear on and they are also working with other regulators from other countries who have grounded the airplane themselves Canada, the European Union. Brazil. There's a lot. The kind of go into this return to service enters a lot of stuff steak and I think the last thing any of these airworthiness authorities WanNa have happened is. Say Yep Yep we're good to go. You can start putting them back into service, which is problematic, and there's going to be a whole lot of pilots going to need to be brought up to speed in a recurrent training for them. Before that happens but. To have some little glitch come along. Right after you return it to service will doom this airplane forever I mean it's definitely going to be smooth no question Scott to be Smith I don't. Disagree with anything you, just said. except well, I would simply point out. that. I'm not sure that the return of the seven three is going to make or break any airlines It's GonNa make or break. Boeing. Yeah. But given the. Severe Downturn right in passenger demand over the last several months. and airlines have been doing fine making do with what they have. Be They've been retiring a number of aircraft or just parking them because the demand is not sufficient to keep them up and running it. All of a sudden. Now, we're going to have a glut of I don't know how many hundreds of of seven thirty seven Max is that are ready to go again. Big. Whoop. WHO's going to be flying.

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Your Next Flying Adventure in Hawaii with Fly Maui

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

02:46 min | 8 months ago

Your Next Flying Adventure in Hawaii with Fly Maui

"Love Looking things out the window, the airplane like everybody. Else. I, Love Lighthouses in Wales and I think that the Hawaiian especially Maui it'd be a perfect spot for that. But in your words I mean, why do people WANNA go fly in Maui? All Karl is now there's a lot of different reasons you know first of all people love to come to Hawaii to Maui specifically is just like. some people do it as an aviation? Adventure and it just makes it really fine. So they'll you know vacation they'll have some downtime, the beach they'll do some more interesting like hiding, and of course, incorporate flying in and organised talk about the opportunities as a pilot. You can visit your specifically in a few minutes but you know Hawaiian was it is paradise the the climate is amazing. The beaches are uncrowded. It's low key laid back in the. General aviation ramp it's everybody's friendly. A the spirit Aloha is all around just like in a lot of are other general aviation airports but the weather's awesome. I would say we are fueled actually went far couple of days ago, and you can probably count on one hand the number times in a year that we actually go I-. Afar into says you just amazing flying missions we have here. It's great for applied school. Our students hardly ever have a down day because the weather and Maui is pretty unique just because of the topography here where it's located. Just on our little island eleven of the fourteen worlds climate zones are found here so You're on the beach and lay layout or over in Fong Holly and get too hot and sweaty from being outside and being in the sand than you can always go up to your. The summit of Holly, Autho? which is a dormant shield volcano. It's over ten thousand feet at the summit and usually stays around fifty degrees during the daytime up there. So you can go up there and full off just so much to see endure, and of course, from the air getting to see all that is so unique. Really a diverse environment also the fact that you can go and cool off so much make you bet there's probably somewhere in Hawaii I'm not sure that you can go skiing I would think I know service Maui. Yeah it does happen just. Seems like once a year last February we we had six eight inches at the summit and on the Big Island, which is about seventy eighty miles from here. The three summits, their twelve, thirteen, thousand they actually do have people that because they'll have moral snowcap or longer to town. So they'll actually go have some guys get out snowboards.

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Your Next Flying Adventure in Hawaii with Fly Maui

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

02:46 min | 8 months ago

Your Next Flying Adventure in Hawaii with Fly Maui

"Love Looking things out the window, the airplane like everybody. Else. I, Love Lighthouses in Wales and I think that the Hawaiian especially Maui it'd be a perfect spot for that. But in your words I mean, why do people WANNA go fly in Maui? All Karl is now there's a lot of different reasons you know first of all people love to come to Hawaii to Maui specifically is just like. some people do it as an aviation? Adventure and it just makes it really fine. So they'll you know vacation they'll have some downtime, the beach they'll do some more interesting like hiding, and of course, incorporate flying in and organised talk about the opportunities as a pilot. You can visit your specifically in a few minutes but you know Hawaiian was it is paradise the the climate is amazing. The beaches are uncrowded. It's low key laid back in the. General aviation ramp it's everybody's friendly. A the spirit Aloha is all around just like in a lot of are other general aviation airports but the weather's awesome. I would say we are fueled actually went far couple of days ago, and you can probably count on one hand the number times in a year that we actually go I-. Afar into says you just amazing flying missions we have here. It's great for applied school. Our students hardly ever have a down day because the weather and Maui is pretty unique just because of the topography here where it's located. Just on our little island eleven of the fourteen worlds climate zones are found here so You're on the beach and lay layout or over in Fong Holly and get too hot and sweaty from being outside and being in the sand than you can always go up to your. The summit of Holly, Autho? which is a dormant shield volcano. It's over ten thousand feet at the summit and usually stays around fifty degrees during the daytime up there. So you can go up there and full off just so much to see endure, and of course, from the air getting to see all that is so unique. Really a diverse environment also the fact that you can go and cool off so much make you bet there's probably somewhere in Hawaii I'm not sure that you can go skiing I would think I know service Maui. Yeah it does happen just. Seems like once a year last February we we had six eight inches at the summit and on the Big Island, which is about seventy eighty miles from here. The three summits, their twelve, thirteen, thousand they actually do have people that because they'll have moral snowcap or longer to town. So they'll actually go have some guys get out snowboards.

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The FAA Have a Runway Safety Simulator

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

02:00 min | 9 months ago

The FAA Have a Runway Safety Simulator

"Is the FAA's new runway safety simulator all about. Runway safety pilot simulator welcome to. The here, and now this in the future this is here and now. Yeah. It's A. Runway Safety Simulator Dot Com, can you imagine that okay and I haven't opened it but the description of it makes it sound sort of like a video game you can use to earn your wings patch. Well, they give you a couple of scenarios here in you click on them and as scenarios play out and you get to. Change views. To change views of the videos based on actual events then responded the scenarios. What would you do? Would you do it? Right? and. If you didn't do it right in the. In the simulator, you may want to book some time with the CFI and work on that. Oh okay. I mean and is it like a is it just question answer or is it a photo realistic kind of Sim? Game Simulator photo realistic kind of really kind of a powerpoint type presentation of scenarios. Okay. Option and. Okay. and. How did you do David? Did you crash? I I haven't tried it yet. Well see I i. think that's your homework assignment I. I saw that and grabbed it before it went into the before that email went into the round filed. Okay. And then never got back to it been. One of those weeks where. Ambition has been at a low. Yeah I. Think maybe it's like a biorhythms think because I also have had an offer awkward sounds like Jeb so when. You know gems had the upbeat. Happy Week, this week. Is Starting to become. Unhappy. Only because here. There's that.

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Control The Plane and Don't Hit Anything

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

04:56 min | 9 months ago

Control The Plane and Don't Hit Anything

"We really have to concentrate on aircraft control and trying to avoid any collisions with terrain vehicles, etc. One of the things that we do aviators and we learn when we're aviators is we start with. Navigate and communicate mantra, and that's A way that we can pray our ties things, but there's times when we need more than just that, we have to internalize in not just talking about it and one of the things that we're finding now in this whole pandemic and it happens when people stop flying and we're seeing that throughout general aviation is that we see more accidents incidents in even people that are dropping out because they're afraid of. There's ways that we can actually hopefully maybe promote the vision industry and promote you to start getting back into flying and also do it safely, and that's the most important thing. So, let's talk a little bit about this and you know Eric that whole I wanna ask you real quickly because you kind of in that that collegiate environment. Navigate Communicate Mantra as far as what has happened here because you're you have so many students go through. Have you seen this these challenges of people having issues coming back from flying or not flying for? Awhile. Assure absolutely. So when everything sorta hit the skids in March mid March late March. WE SHUT flight training down effective April I was a cruel April fool's Day joke but it was real And we didn't resume flight training until the fifteenth of June so. We had two and a half months go by where students worked flying and when everybody came back. It it was an interesting thing. So instead of just picking up at the last lesson where everybody left. We thought it was important. To, basically re standardize everybody. So the flight instructors went back through standardisation training which. Requires whatever, year. Under part one, forty one, we re standardized everybody anyway, and then we brought all this bag standardized them and it's amazing I mean you know that it's true. But when you see it happen on that kind of scale the the amount that those physical skills degrade over a short period of time is is extreme. But. More important than that, and maybe the things we take for granted are those soft skills like collision avoidance like clearing turns before you start maneuvers right? And as the airspace particularly here in central, Florida started to get flooded with more and more aircraft if people were coming back. We started seeing a lot of students reporting. Hey, like We were in the middle of the clearing, someone other aircraft, and just off the just off the wing and change your altitude change your position. Just. Doesn't happen. Anyway it's just to your point Carl I think when when we have a hiatus like that when we come back, we're so focused on the physical flying skills. I hope I still remember the stick and rudder stuff, which is important. Sure. But those soft skills like looking outside the airplane at a staring at the flight instruments that we know those things but we. That stuff degrades to. When we're looking outside the airplane trying to avoid those are like you said, some of the sauce skills, clearing turns, etc.. One one thing that I think that degrades quickly is our ability to make decisions. But I think part of that can be attributed somewhat I'd like to kind of think outside the box here because our our degradation of are flying skills are currency our proficiency because I think what happens is whether we think we are proficient or not. We actually those skills start diminishing and we have to put more brain energy Omar Energy towards that physical flying, which means that we take away from like those soft skills you you talked about and that's where we talk about currency and proficiency I know that now especially at some of the airlines this whole. Extension of the Ninety Day rule has been talked about. Quite a bit and been reduced because of that because. Again going back to we we see that those physical skills come back quickly but during that period of bringing those physical skills back, we do grade some of those other soft skills like you talked about. So are you current or you proficient I think that's kind of where we're going with. That is the difference between currency and proficiency and currency is more of an FAA turn and it means that your legal in my mind truly true proficiency is like what you're talking about Eric.

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Jetpack over LA: Fact or Fiction?

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

07:25 min | 9 months ago

Jetpack over LA: Fact or Fiction?

"Saw reference to this on twitter yesterday too. And so people I don't know what we're David. You know we're talking about here. Breath. So there are reports from airline pilots apparently, there are reports line pilots are saying this. I don't know if I've actually heard an airline airline pilot reporting but that that while on on the approach to lax, I think yesterday. They saw quote unquote a guy in a jet pack at altitude. And it's like. It's twenty twenty innings possible. I mean just right but. What have you heard anything that makes you think this could be real. It's twenty twenty anything anything can happen. Ain't that the truth well back that they seem to have gotten. Audio from. The aircraft in. The Tower. Off. Of a presumed Pasco site. that. Would lend a little credence to the to the story. If you know from a live ATC. I didn't bother to click on the links here to to you know I'm just doing the local TV stations. This is from. The war zone actually from the drive DOT COM, they're they're section called the warzone airline pilots landing at LAX report quote a guy in a jet pack unquote flying alongside them It's like, okay This was some guy in a Moonie. Okay. Yeah. Maybe not but according to this news report there's three different airliners. We just passed a guy. No jetpack. And this was. According to according to the tower tower transmission made on the frequency. To jet, blue twenty-three use caution a person in jetpack reported three hundred yards south of the La final at about three thousand feet ten mile final. That's a little segment audio. Save so suddenly. That's so now is this a do we? I don't know what kind of jetpack. Yeah. That's my question is it a? Is it a sort of a James Bond type of jet pack or is it these more recent guys who were jet? Wing? And fought. Because that's the pictures that they've. Looked down lower in the story as an example, they're not saying this is the incident. But there showing other showing. Images, they have of. Of this is the jet man the. Jet called free also but yeah. Rossi's jet man that's that's yeah. emerets did a thing a stunt I don't WANNA call. It was a promotion. That's true. Three four years ago. Where they had this guy, the jet man fly in formation with I. Don't know if it was a three eighty or trip seven but. The image. Here is a four engine I'd say it's a three eighty. Three. Right. He's He's got about half flaps. Put Slow flight in your book right over the top of Dubai and with two of these these jetpack guys. It's hard to tell from the image. But. It looks like they're a good five well, good couple of hundred feet. Above to the left of this three eighty. Is the Radio Tower American nine, hundred and ninety seven. We just passed a guy in a jet pack and our says, American. Nine, hundred seven. Okay. Thank you. Okay well, this is like off to talk to one seventy, two Andrew. This is he he flies overhead lax more or less daily going to and from work. And I'll have to see what he knows about this sky with must have been. Like A shorts three, sixty or something he's like because he says, we just saw the guy passing bias in the jetpack. So I don't know if he could be going the other way but. The JAMPAKHAO, ran this guy whistling. That's embarrassing. Yeah. That's I mean it's gotTa. Be a turtle prop. No RJ captain in there and self respecting RJ captain would fly that slump. Well he's on he's on vinyl. Still doing. You Know Buck Forty Bucks Sixty. Okay well. But I'm sure jetpack guys go faster than one, hundred and forty. Meter not at least. Once. All right well. You know we're we're obviously interested in more evidence. Yes. Yes. We want to hear more accounts of this and I will check in with one seventy two drew just because he's plugged into that community in Long Beach a lot. So where the he may have some some behind the scenes information about what happened over the. Thing that jumps out at me here. Is that. If he's on final. For La. At three thousand feet and ten miles out. It has to be something like Rossi's jetpack because none of the other stuff go ten miles. Right, I wouldn't think that the James Bond if there is even a flying James Bond jetpack these days I, don't know and that was the only good for. Thirty seconds. And that's when I first heard and the first the first report of this I saw on twitter was accompanied by a picture of that jet pack in the Air Right and I thought I sort of thought it was an actual picture which I don't think you now in retrospect that it was but. anyways. So all right. Well I don't know whether we'll learn more about this or not. But when I first heard about this, if saw this whatever was I, thought it was one of those. Fan like a fan driven. Jet. Packs Ah. Some some people have taken to putting just like you do a drone use a lot of motors. They, they've created some some contraptions that that have motors and turn small productive propellers basically -ducted fans. And get off the ground and get off. But basically, it's like a helicopter. So it's Ok off the ground but I don't think they have the altitude duration or speed to do this well. We know that they did it very long. So it did it. They did it for three or four minutes? Three or four different arrivals. So yeah. Yeah. Three or four three different arrivals and figure they're spaced about a minute apart Hey. Okay.

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Live Missile Found at LAL

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:53 min | 10 months ago

Live Missile Found at LAL

"So what's the fun? An unexploded bomb at Lakeland airport influence is where son and finance look. That's what the news report says. Okay, exactly an unexploded bomb but live missile alive missile could be better or worse than an unexploded Bob depending on you know what they mean by live missile. Now, this story that we saw kind of goes out of its way to say it serious but not crazy dangerous. and. Right. So who would a jeb you? This story is yeah. First of all, this is from the Tampa Bay. Times. On August seventeen and There's in addition to, of course, Sunan Fund our other businesses and and concerns at Lakeland Linder Airport in where Senate, funding occurs each used to occur each year. So one of the businesses at that airport is a defense contractor. and. This defense contractor discovered invented had taken delivery of what is being called a live missile. Basically the quote from the company says in the process evaluating shipments to drake. International, Lakeland facility our team discovered an object with questionable markings. There's a quest, there's upset title for you. Indicated getting maybe explosive adhering to the explosive safety rule of exposing the minimum number of people for the minimum amount of time to potential explosive has it. We got the hell out. No, that's not what it says. It says we made the decision to evacuate the facility, inform our surrounding tenants and contact the appropriate authorities soon as possible. Apparently. This was a missile with an unexploded were alive warhead. It's unclear whether it was. You know solid fuel and ready to ready to be fired. There's all kinds of other questions that could be asked here there's a picture. Of. Understand what that picture is go ahead swept for there's a picture of some men wearing army fatigues, air force for something like that wrestling with this thing, it's about. the size of a small car or maybe a medium size car about that length, and it looks like could be about a meter in diameter. It's on cradle with with cash string wheels, and all this they're trying to me and handle it on the back of this flatbed truck Very interesting. So all kinds of things going on. At lakeland airport when it's not so infantile. Now, a couple of questions here first of all this jurors, what's the? It's Drake Drake Aka a K., and international. And where on the airport grounds is this located relative to the you know the the article the second graph of the article says that they evacuated the whole southeast side of the airport. doper chopper town. Yeah. Okay. Over there. All right. Yeah. Okay. And Jack and international is an aggressor. Squadron. Operation Right for training aired air pilots in combat I see. So it's an what a non-governmental training operation private private contractor and I haven't googled them but there's On old on say Oh, a not a current generation. Saab. Manufactured fighter called the draken. And many of them have found their ways into private hands I. See my say and I suspect that it's named after that type of airplane, right? Okay. And it's so. So. Many questions here. One would think if they were if anybody at draken was expecting alive munition to arrive keep going. They have been watching for it. You Know Sky Order I order A. Box of breakfast cereal from Amazon I put it on my calendar and I got reminders and. I know it's coming right Caution these rice krispies may exploded anytime snap crackle pop man but. So. How is so kind of the question whether or not did they get sent? This was this just sort of a special gift from some friend of drinking I suspect that they bought some surplus. Hardware. Okay from a vendor from maybe a directly from a foreign military. and. This was in the Tim. Yeah. Okay I guess.

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"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:55 min | 10 months ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Is Reuters. . Web Story here US EPA proposing I ever airplane emission standards. . This is a story that's dated July twenty seconds. So . just about a month ago <hes>. . I WanNa, , say David with us on the list who did put this this <hes> David wearing? Louis. ? . Do either of you know more about this. . So apparently, , the <hes> US EPA has decided that needs to get serious about getting consistent with some I. . <hes> emission standards and. . <hes> because these foreign countries might stop letting American planes in land, , there may stop letting. . Yeah. . So. . I don't know is this a big deal or is this <hes>? ? Does this apply to g? ? A <hes>. . Yes. . Yes it does. . Okay. . My understanding is that it applies to not in-service aircraft. . Future designs right and that's the other thing. . The does say that here in the story, , it's which had which like you know ten years from now, , it will have applied to six airplanes I got the job. . Let's see, , and that's the hook here for not having the <hes> the aircraft manufacturers GPA community and others come out of the woodwork on this because EPA is long lusted after the. . Ability to enforce emission regulations on on general aviation particularly the <hes> environmentalists out in. . Oregon Washington State California. . I mean it was part of the big fight over Santa Monica Airport. . Airplanes burnin leaded fuel. . Yeah. That's . what I was. . GonNa say it's leaded fuel that we burn and. . These standards go deeper than atvs also been noise <hes> concerns <hes>. . <hes> say the Grand Canyon Yep. . Yeah I'm not sure if I get the connection, , the Grand Canyon noise pollution as annoys airplanes. . Okay. . Yeah Yeah. . <hes>. . Okay. . So I guess that brings you back my first question here this story about <hes> EPA starting to enforce some regulations or greetings and regulations. . Is this a deal for us or is this like like a just like we just said it's new airplanes only. . So as long as you're flying an airplane that wasn't designed like ask her today. . Know I. . I'm not sure I haven't looked at this. . And I could probably click the link that they put up here. . <hes>. . A lot of this is going to apply. . To <hes> TURBAN, , aircraft. . <hes> <hes>. . Including business jets but. . It's not clear. . That they will apply. . For you. . Should. . Jabs find. . Or whatever you like. . David while we're while he's gone so. . Epa I mean is this <hes>? ? What do you think? ? Well? ? First off, let's , give it some perspective here <hes>. . And according to this piece <hes> aircraft account for twelve percent of all transportation greenhouse gas emissions. . And three percent of total us such US emissions. . They're the largest source of transportation related greenhouse gas emissions not subject to standards. . So what they WANNA do here is apply these. . Standards that they've proposed. . To new type designs as of January twenty twenty. . And in production airplanes or twenty or twenty, , twenty, one, , , twenty, , twenty. . Okay. . Thank you and in production airplanes or those with amended Type Certificate starting in Twenty Twenty eight. . They would not apply to airplanes currently in use that's what it says, , and then that's a little bit confusing for me because. . If it was built in January in delivering put into service in February it's obviously in us, , but they say that's when they want the effective date to start on this or so. . Now, , I'm not completely clear here we're the lines being drawn. . But The. . Standards are fairly sweeping. . I mean everything from noise to <hes> to nitrous oxide, , carbon monoxide, , and so forth <hes>. . But. . It was an adventure -ality that this was going to be a fight at some point. . I mean, , yeah, , I mean on one level it's. . It's only right. . It's just I. . Don't know I'm protective in the area because we don't have a lot of good options for the leaded fuel but. . Otherwise. . You know we got to fix problems.

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New EPA standards for airplanes

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:55 min | 10 months ago

New EPA standards for airplanes

"Is Reuters. Web Story here US EPA proposing I ever airplane emission standards. This is a story that's dated July twenty seconds. So just about a month ago I WanNa, say David with us on the list who did put this this David wearing? Louis. Do either of you know more about this. So apparently, the US EPA has decided that needs to get serious about getting consistent with some I. emission standards and. because these foreign countries might stop letting American planes in land, there may stop letting. Yeah. So. I don't know is this a big deal or is this Does this apply to g? A Yes. Yes it does. Okay. My understanding is that it applies to not in-service aircraft. Future designs right and that's the other thing. The does say that here in the story, it's which had which like you know ten years from now, it will have applied to six airplanes I got the job. Let's see, and that's the hook here for not having the the aircraft manufacturers GPA community and others come out of the woodwork on this because EPA is long lusted after the. Ability to enforce emission regulations on on general aviation particularly the environmentalists out in. Oregon Washington State California. I mean it was part of the big fight over Santa Monica Airport. Airplanes burnin leaded fuel. Yeah. That's what I was. GonNa say it's leaded fuel that we burn and. These standards go deeper than atvs also been noise concerns say the Grand Canyon Yep. Yeah I'm not sure if I get the connection, the Grand Canyon noise pollution as annoys airplanes. Okay. Yeah Yeah. Okay. So I guess that brings you back my first question here this story about EPA starting to enforce some regulations or greetings and regulations. Is this a deal for us or is this like like a just like we just said it's new airplanes only. So as long as you're flying an airplane that wasn't designed like ask her today. Know I. I'm not sure I haven't looked at this. And I could probably click the link that they put up here. A lot of this is going to apply. To TURBAN, aircraft. Including business jets but. It's not clear. That they will apply. For you. Should. Jabs find. Or whatever you like. David while we're while he's gone so. Epa I mean is this What do you think? Well? First off, let's give it some perspective here And according to this piece aircraft account for twelve percent of all transportation greenhouse gas emissions. And three percent of total us such US emissions. They're the largest source of transportation related greenhouse gas emissions not subject to standards. So what they WANNA do here is apply these. Standards that they've proposed. To new type designs as of January twenty twenty. And in production airplanes or twenty or twenty, twenty, one, twenty, twenty. Okay. Thank you and in production airplanes or those with amended Type Certificate starting in Twenty Twenty eight. They would not apply to airplanes currently in use that's what it says, and then that's a little bit confusing for me because. If it was built in January in delivering put into service in February it's obviously in us, but they say that's when they want the effective date to start on this or so. Now, I'm not completely clear here we're the lines being drawn. But The. Standards are fairly sweeping. I mean everything from noise to to nitrous oxide, carbon monoxide, and so forth But. It was an adventure -ality that this was going to be a fight at some point. I mean, yeah, I mean on one level it's. It's only right. It's just I. Don't know I'm protective in the area because we don't have a lot of good options for the leaded fuel but. Otherwise. You know we got to fix problems.

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

06:56 min | 11 months ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"CD IN BRAVO. Airspace with no further interaction with controllers. Okay. Count me from Missouri Show Me. I want to see this demonstrated out in airspace where it doesn't matter I off and within without crew in it to make sure it it doesn't matter that they have input from ATC but the communication back and forth that to me is where the vulnerability of. Potential comes into play right as we all know. That all these technologies just worked perfectly out of the box, right? Of course. Yeah. All right moving on. Jeb. Ask David what he's up to. So. Coffee you guys go ahead. Hey. What's up? Excuse me. I've got a tickle in my throat. On beats a frog be I guess actually was a frog. It was a ticklish rug. Side I don't so big. What's What's going on which Tom in? Well, right now it's wet and rainy. been working. On the next issues of Avionics News and buyer magazine, and I'm just about wrapped up on both of those. Will Be. Into business tomorrow. This month's ABC magazine I have two stories in in the book of. One of them is an update on new power plant developments. That are being. worked. To. Produce a newer quieter more fuel-efficient engines were business turbine aircraft. Elsewhere in the issue, got a story that looks at the activity in the pre-owned business turban market. SCINTILLATING reading all of it every every word it's almost as good as listening to a politician speech. Okay Worth your writing is way more interesting than that David come on. Cool cool. Thing to remember here is for Jabeen May this rock never stops. I know he'll roll out a one issue and we roll into another in a big chore. The big goal is to not let the rock roll downhill over yet. Yeah. You're. You're you're rolling the rock uphill on all the legendary. TREADMILL get. FAGO and sometimes you know if you later, we might even remember what we wrote about I know. Okay that's a whole. David you were telling us we were calling our attention to some story report about business business aviation safety improving pretty significantly. What's going on here? Do you know? Yeah. Well. kind of not a pig shocked that. The. Fatal accident rate has dropped significantly. Euro Year so far for this year. At this point last year there had been fifty seven people die in a thirteen accidents per six months of this year fourteen people and Bob Accidents. And before anybody breaks out the champagne. Doing this so much better. Keep in mind that there's been a significant modification in the level of traffic, right? It's trying out there I'm sure someone's done the math on what is like? I don't know what the stat would be like you know fatalities per flight hours something like that or thousand. One hundred thousand flight hours up. The. Whole cove in nineteen thing. I saw a blurb from airlines for America that's the old air transport association trying to spruce up his image and. Traffic of among some of their carriers is so far year-over-year is off as much as eighty cents six, eighty, seven percent. Yes. Crazy. How far it's down. So much so that Congress, which is already. Provided financial relief to the air carriers earlier this year is now talking about doing it again and. That's. Encouraged a lot of people to say me to if you're going to do it for them twice you need to do it for the rest of US twice. So how this plays out is anybody's guess. But I'd be bloody. Knocked over if just didn't result in a new relief bill. Probably not until after Labor Day. They're just too busy arguing about other crap. Tax, we pay attention to the important stuff right now so We got political campaigns going. Back there. Oh. Yeah Jeb. Anything you WANNA. Add to this whole business aviation safety thing no It's a function of operations of course, accident rates go down number total numbers of accidents go down I should say. When there's fewer people flying. A. I'm working on a project that will. Look at some reason numbers look at. What's going on with activity levels at various levels throughout the general aviation industry but I don't have any real answers right now but clearly, safety is certainly part of that at overall on. Talk Communicate in. A month I'll have something better answers. Oh, really months. Okay. All right sounds good. Thank you. Thank. You guys, I, appreciate it. It's always fun getting together I. Don't know whether. We had more fun today or not, but it was it was different I. Think. Ducks. Ducks What was it? You said Duck Duck Races Duck Duck Duck Act. That's what it was a duck act. Yeah. Well, fuck. Thank you boys I appreciate. chipper inside. That's JEB, Jeb a freelance aviation writer and editor serving as the editor in. Chief of Aviation Safety magazine and is a frequent contributor to other aviation publications online. You can find jobs work at Aviation Safety, magazine, Dot Com, and his magazine is on.

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"A in online. I might pop up on web. I might pop up on General Aviation News. Who KNOWS YUP twitter? You're just popping kind. I'm just I'm just popping all over the place man. I kind of like the Easter Bunny On Twitter Machine Burnside J. Burnside J. and David Dave Thank you David Davis. Aviation photographer and aviation journalist in the US editor for London's AB buyer magazine. What even working on David. I know you're keeping busy too. Yeah actually mean my general workload is actually gone up a little bit because of this crisis and a which is not gone up enough to offset what I'm not GonNa get because I'm not going to. Some of these shows aren't happening. They always produce extra material for feature stories downstream and if and working on finding ways to replace some of those in the backfield and a little bit like jobs talking about but this month avionics news I have two pieces of one. On crash-avoidance tools looked at. What's available there to help? Keep us from running into each other or running into the ground or obstacles enter reminder that tools notwithstanding they only work if we pay attention to them sometimes warnings are there and the pilots are not noticing. So it's always up to the pilot. The other story is a piece on the return of two inch cheap. Es navigators to the market thanks primarily to garment. It'll fit in the same slot is an old Kaylynn eighty nine It was far. Gps for its time but it was in route and terminal area only couldn't do precision approaches like new wide area augmentation service GPS navigator so we finally moving backward into moving up. So I don't remember what I've done for the others that's fine Tulsa. Where on the Internet can they.

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

12:35 min | 1 year ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"You know? Get better improve your flying skills experience in your knowledge and whatnot. What's this one way safety simulator David? Well it provides a set of scenarios for you to to watch and click through and you get to answer some questions and what you would do and it covers things like the anatomy of a wrong surface event a landing on the wrong runway. You're several scenarios in its updated periodically and I use it occasionally just to kill time waiting for phone calls to come back. But I found it useful the animations in the scenarios that they use are all drawn on On a real life occurrences in our general aviation community and sometimes the airline community and worth something to play with and since we all have more free time to not do things and we usually do. This might appeal to some folks that are itching for an aviation fix. Yeah yeah a wrong surface event. A wrong because wrong. Runway doesn't just roll off the tongue because wrong surface. Event does a wrong surface event to think about that one a little bit. I don't know okay to land on runway. Just not that runway. No right or sometimes you know Harrison Ford sometimes is not a runway. We're talking about but So Okay and then this other thing here. This is a bit of advice. David this Preflight planning in these days of of covert nineteen short short What's the word I want here short manpower shortages and whatnot? So what does this say? That and I think the reason I left this I think is actually good advice. All the time. Something that a lot of his dues a matter. Of course. Yeah which is tell me. I've got this right as part of your preflight Planning Prof. Prepare for the possibility that when you arrive at Your Destination Airport. The Tower is not working. Is that correct? That's that's the case here. That's what this safety notices about a put out by AARP. Because we've had some instances already where facilities not always towers but facilities at traffic facilities have had to stop handling traffic and close because of the infection right. They had somebody that had been exposed by. It was hospitalized. They basically shut down that facility to get it cleaned and scrubbed and disinfected while they tested the staff to work there to make sure that it had spread to others right A lot of us in the idea is to be planned for having to divert to an airport. Not The one that you had in mind right A lot of us do that as a matter. Of course when I would be flying Comanche back into the Wichita area always had the charts and plates particularly on. Imc Days for my nearby alternates because it might be above above minimums at Augusta three Alpha uniform. But in my mind also have a damaged airplane on the runway on its only runway it might have had a flat tire and might ground looped and broken a strutton. You're waiting for somebody to come out there and pull it out of the way and put it in the hangar so that it can be looked at fixed. I always considered and was taught that this was just a a normal part of preflight preparation and a smart thing to do For instrument days throughout Alpha uniform in those days had only a non precision approach but mid continent now called Eisenhower and Newton. And if I wanted to go far enough away. Hutchinson all head. I'll less so if push came to shove and I couldn't get into Augusta. I'd always have the plates in procedures up in handy and a little special polar that I have for flying the instrument approaches into one of those other three airports which ever one was most favorable for the conditions. Because you don't know so I run out of gas and just be sitting there on the runway unable to move I landed nudge. Jeffersonville Indiana wants years ago with a unknown to me a flat tire on the nose gear and after I got it slowed down enough. I was able to nurse it off the runway and onto a taxiway. But if I hadn't been able to do that and I would have been twenty five minutes on the runway before they could get me towed off and back into the maintenance hangar at twenty five minutes that people can't use at runway if you're coming in with BINGO FUEL. It's not a good thing to do. That'd be distressing. And you closest alternative to Jeffersonville Indiana Was Across the River in Louisville Bowman Field and Louisville International Well that's not a place at one to try to get to on Bingo fuel. Because they're both eleven twelve miles away and across a river and passed a hugely built up urban downtown area. Not Places where I WANNA fly low on fuel so was always this plan to make a new decision and that was the way we use it. Sometimes you just have to make a new decision. The decision you made at preflight planning is no longer available. Non Applicable. Don't think about it. Don't try to land over. That airplane stalled on the runway. You screw that up and now you got to airplanes in an accident right so right yeah cool way safety simulators nice way to practice some of those scenarios and find out what the experts did wrinkle. Jeb Anything to add to that okay. I'm going to save this Embry riddle weird vest thing for next time because I want to talk because I'm going to say but I am going to shout outs. Nothing's exactly on the list but JEB. You alluded damning. Showed I forget the the air show people. Yeah what were you talking about? Did you not being able to ply their craft Yes so I in your thoughts as it. Were absolutely keep them in your thoughts. I've actually started list. I actually have a little list. I'm keeping on my computer of the things that none of the things. I'm looking forward to being able to do when when the world comes back but the things that I maybe took for granted and I wanna you know I don't know support specially and that's a good example. I is like you know your local and regional fly INS that You don't think about too much. Maybe ought to go looking for them. You know later in the fall or whatever it is. We get to go outdoors again. I agree good. Shout David David. Tell me a little bit about. I'm sorry I skipped over this and I didn't mean to where to go here. Ed Scott. Oh my buddy ed now we're together at AO PA? Years ago? When I was there he was part of the staff. It really went out of the way to make me feel at home when I came there. I'd met him before a skydiver longtime skydiver and he invited me to a crab boil and I got there. And and being new to the Maryland area I was not yet burst. And how to crack crab shells and the key way to open them up and recognize what's edible when what's not only make those mistakes. Once that those are the gills they taste worth a damn. And it's not there and where's it? Oh he'll be here in a second I think that's him up there and I looked up in time just to see a one eighty two going over in a couple of jumpers come out. It was add Well Ed moved on for Mayo. Pa to the association that represents skydiving community and over the years. He moved through the ranks until he ran the place and now he's a retiring as from the. Us Parachute Association. I just wanted to shout out. The safe congrats on all the good work. You did all those years. He really did a lot to put the association on the map and to bring it into the twentieth century. Jumping has grown. He was thirteen years as the executive director and he was twenty four years with the association overall when they hired him. I could non imagine a better choice for running. Uspa then a guy like Scott. So Ed congrats on your retirement. I know you're not gonNA stop jumping bet Hopefully you're keeping that rig in good shape and working it out as often as possible. So congrats burkle very cool. Okay I think it's fourth time here. I want to thank you guys. Normally I thank you for taking some time out of your busy day in order to like what are we GONNA do today. Don't make me come up. But in any event whether or not whether or not it was an effort on your part I do appreciate it. It's always fun talking with you guys. I appreciate it that's that's JEB. Burnside whose JEB is a freelance aviation writer and editor servings the editor in Chief of Aviation Safety magazine. What he's been working on JEB Just put the May issue of Safety in the in the CAN Got a lead article on Flying Defensively Got Another article in time. Atc Zero when you know Ats To close the Facility for for an unforeseen reason And a couple of others won't on instrument arrivals in how you need to Think about What's going to happen when you when you get to your destination and what if you can't quite make it What for you know these kinds of things and then finally vacuum pumps are a love. Hate relationship with that sexy content. Show you in. I don't hold back. Yeah so that's what I've been working on. Got Another project coming up here for the Aircraft Electronic Association which is is trying to reinvent Something that didn't happen. Yeah at they're convention so still still kind of scratching our heads over how that's GonNa work out But other than that just kind of watching the end of civilization okay living La Vida Loca. What's that Livin la? Vida Loca. They go they go. Where can people find out about you and all this stuff on the Internet Aviation Safety magazine Dot Com? Ada Dot net for Aircraft Electronics Association I might pop up on a in online. I might pop up on web. I might pop up on General Aviation News. Who KNOWS YUP twitter? You're just popping kind. I'm just I'm just.

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"About you and all this stuff on the Internet L. Aviation Safety magazine Dot Com is a great place to start for for that work <hes> you'll find my name on average have webbed you'll find my name on General Aviation News Dot Com <hes> find me on of course. Ea Dot net and on a a Ian online dot com <hes> and on did you say twitter twitter the twitter machine <hes> Burnside J. in the magazine is App Safety Mag the AGO and David Ogden Davidson aviation photographer aviation journalist in the US editor for London's Buyer magazine David What you've been working on well <hes> just looking at who would have been what I worked on a few weeks ago. That's just now getting imprint <hes> Avionics News. I've got two two pieces is in the current issue one on standby batteries and another one dial looking at what the member companies announced an unveiled at <hes> at Oshkosh this year was kind of a wrap up there and have buyer of got something in the work-share on engine <hes> maintenance programs while they're valuable why you should hang onto him if he got him they can find me at a dot net or avionics news APP buyer dot com. I'm a real Hignett on the twitter link and <hes> off..

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"The area around the airport may have lower conditions prevailing visibility so there you have. It's clear it's six say that again the last one you said the lessons pilots must be mindful that nearly happy area around an airport may have have lower conditions than the reported prevailing visibility it makes sense yeah keep in mind though that the circling over is via far is a visual maneuver yeah and if the chances are substantial and many many situations that you can have have the runway inside or have the the airport environment insight and be able ca legally initiate the circling maneuver and remain you know l. at or above the circling altitude and still get in to see and half to execute the missed just because the weather either in that particular part of airspace or that particular runway is too low or is abilities to or something like that you can't you can't you lose contact with breath with the airport road with run by intend to land on and you have to go around you. If you lose you lose sight of the runway anytime you do in that you you gotta go missed right no for sure. That's absolutely true that this specific scenarios listener was telling me about was a severe clear day except for a fog aug- bank that was creeping in from the ocean and then what very well defined fog bank then it becomes a game percentages yeah yeah although although an yeah and the and the question is what's the threshold of the percentages and i guess maybe that's as much a judgment call as anything else. It sounds like <hes> i mean it. There's a range where it's it's a judgment call. I guess <hes> and above seventy five percent. It's definitely i f. r. r. i. m._c. and blow twenty-five percent it's you you know somebody gets to decide and in the middle. I don't know i don't know anyways <hes>. I think it's kind of interesting jeb. It's an interesting question and so interesting. I'm google was failing me today real or this morning anyway. Give you just hanging there different ways to i likewise did a research and when i when i was adding this to the list i did some google and nearly had the skills that you do quite frankly especially in aviation world with all the resources that you have to call on but i could not find a reference in either the f._a._r.'s or the aim online and that's why i settled for this somewhat plight my night <hes> website that gave me some sort of answer anyways okay jeb. If you want to keep looking at i'm going to do that. I wanna do that. There's a lot of resources to check but nevertheless okay in the meantime. I will say welcome folks ton controlled airspace the general aviation podcast on jack hodgson coming to you from the banks of the beautiful co chico river in dover new hampshire <hes> where i am here today in our virtual hanger talking in my two good friends who are out there doing a variety of things one of them searching the web.

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Promote. I understand that it is for universal access transceiver but what i was most interested in was looking looking at how widespread the privacy concern is among a broad general aviation population and much much to my surprise. The people that answered yes on this nonscientific poll was forty five point seven three percent said mayor concerned about their privacy over fifty percent said they weren't four percent said did it wasn't applicable to them because they fly via far using anonymous mode with a universe lack. That's transceiver now. This privacy thing has min a big deal in business aviation for years and <hes> n._b._a. Double a. n. a. t. a. o. p. a. all lobbied made hard for the paid create a way for people to not show up in things like flight aware and then along comes eighty s b which is transmitted over republic frequency broadcast in in the live where anybody can and pick it up and there's a code e._s._p._n. Broadcast in can be used to identify the aircraft so now we're back into that area of concern where business executives and government officials with security genuine when security concerns are <hes> wondering how this is going to play out their concern levels i would rate is higher than <hes>. The average see a pilot because some of these folks travel with bodyguards say travel in limos with armored armored windows and they want that same level of security extended to their aid e._s._p. Transmissions so when we're we're not there yet in terms of an easy solution for the for the ten ninety s for the folks that use universal-access transceivers servers which is not gonna be many of the business aviation folks because you a._t. Eligibility stops plight level.

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Know what else he does yeah right but wait a minute. He's scratch building. Is that means. The sonics provide plans. Yeah you can buy plant. I didn't know that i thought they just had kits if you will you can you can buy plans and and and no plans give you the licensed to build one note presuming finish mirer plane some day. I can't handed handed them off to somebody else and let them build another one of those injuries lumber anyways listeners if you know of if you are building up an experimental home built multi copter or if you know anybody who is. I'd like to hear about this so says email like that anyways. I think that's your your local f._a._a. Guy would like to hear about it all right. Okay all right local shows. No inspector would be very interested. I'm a journalist. There are ways that you can let me know about this anonymously. We'll talk about that later on anyways and speaking. I don't know what speaking of anonymous i don't know. Welcome folks uncontrolled airspace face the general aviation podcast out there yeah i know and i'm jack hodgson coming to you from from the banks of the co- gorakhpur in dover new hampshire <hes> talking here in our virtual hanging with my good friends. We've already handle. You've heard us talking now for about fifteen minutes. We actually have been talking for like an hour because we had a little board meeting prior to the so we're kinda like talked out a little bit but we're getting back into it here and i'm talking to my good friends from let's see now somewhere near sarasota florida is jeff burnside how you doing. I'm fine finest frog for just got the september issue asian safety the can and regulation yeah thank you long couple of weeks here with <hes> with oshkosh and deadlines in what leave in what to leave out and now i've returned for the monsoon season so is it raining down yesterday morning eight issues something that wasn't a cloud in the sky by ten thirty. It's started and it didn't let up you know just shower after showers storm after storm until until dark and today right now you know kind of had the same start but i see blue sky and some white clouds outside hello but as i leaned my head back and forth and get further and closer to the microphone <hes> i see where we're going to have some fun today to really yeah yeah. It's summer florida. We had our fun last night. We had some big thunderstorms up here last night. <hes> last time we saw you we were saying goodbye to you out in the north forty oshkosh <hes> late on friday morning. You actually made it home in that same day. I did how any any adventures there. No not really <hes> i had. I had to take a dogleg <hes> coming out of my.

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"You have to make a it's unusual for g a pilot for not show performance to make a hard right turn at only two or three hundred feet a._g. L. of one hundred and fifty degrees are normal takeoff procedure yeah since god no as it really is remarkable process that they have evolved here because what you effectively have is four different airports within a less than two miles circle all right the north south runway which is basically one airport. You've got the east west runway which is very distinct indifferent as you say because they're operating both at the same time often <hes> then you've got the ultralight runway down there the to the south which is often operating operating the same time and then you've got <hes> pioneer <hes> airport <hes> the grass strip over there by the museum which has limited <hes> activity during this week but does have have flights especially helicopter flights coming out of there right and they have very tight to find patterns and procedures so that all four runways can be operating at the same time without having to coordinate the control tower of one too. You know you don't have to wait for one guy on one runway before the other guy does a thing so the ultralight people have a tight pattern. They follow that keeps them. Well away from runway one eight three six that right turn that you were talking about on climate i i often wonder if there are any safety issues with that in because it's an it's an unfamiliar maneuver for a lot of pilots it is to be making a relatively tight turn in a climb low to the ground so you might not have cut quite gotten your air speed yet and <hes> and you watch the pilots do it and some of them are clearly very good at it. They they do a really beautiful for almost forty five degree banked turn off to the right to work in three things in favor of this or two or three things one one thing in in favor of this working out is that here at the south end of the airport airplanes more likely to use this runway with a tight turn our vintage which typically are flown by more experienced meanest pilots and show performers. The general aviation camping is all on the north forty than those people use ninety seven which are straight straight in straight out so that's one of their favor and we showed it also mentioned departure briefings here it pair venture. There's a whole team volunteers that goes around and make sure that pilots have the note. Yes absolutely and i'm gonna now illustrate that i have not read the note them <hes> at least not recently.

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:17 min | 2 years ago

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"David. I both spend some time looking at the bionics industry in detail and one of the things that I think we would both agree on it. Has It's going to continue to get <hes> interesting and that in that market we can't take the Honda engine and put it in our airplane but we can take some of the technology from Honda car and put it in our airplanes airplanes and that's a good thing the <hes> the issue now for the folks that are still on the edge of the fence is not going to be getting the equipment. It's not going to be at being extremely expensive. It's going to be finding an installation Galatian slot and for those of you. That haven't done it yet. I could give advice to anybody the the simpler the installation process for what you by the quicker you're going to get an young then right now that I you bionics wingtip entail tip their beacons <hes> a garment product that plugs in between the transponder in the antenna and and takes the code straight from the transponder antennas so you don't have to have a separate entry head and <hes> and it's going to get better. There's going to be more of it but the F._A._A.'s already put all of us on notice that you don't have it January one. Your option is a flight by flight light waiver to get into the system and the really doing that for the air carriers. They don't want US views in it but we'll we'll be able to so <hes> when this rule came out in two thousand thousand ten. I don't think anybody quibble with the idea waiting for the prices to come down because it was six seven thousand dollars enough to comply back then now you can comply for under two thousand dollars with installation installation and the reasons for holding out have pretty much all disappeared and if you want access to the motsepe airspace you have access to now <hes> get on the stick nick and you can probably order what you need here and have it waiting on your when you get home. I'm old enough to remember when <hes> motsepe was. I required <hes> for what was then called. T._C._I.'s and <hes> A._T._C. would more or less routinely grant a waiver. If you're you know especially if you're a commoner gaulan fewer just transiting the airspace they get Outta here and go somewhere else but <hes> the the point really is that there was a transition transition and equip age. There was a transition in in operations <hes>. We're going to say the same sort of transition here with eight E._S._p.. Come January <hes> and there'll be people who didn't don't equip and they'll be fine for a couple of years <hes> presuming they don't have to near a bravo or or into a charlie. They're going to be just fine but what's really happened here. Is that a D._S._p.. Now is a floor is to minimum the equipment for General Aviation Airplane and if you don't have it if you're trying to sell the airplane for example you're going to be at a disadvantage disadvantage and that's again. The sort of thing that happened thirty forty years ago with Mozi is going to happen again and whatever the next trick after eight E._S._p._N.. Another twenty years it'll happen also the F.. A. announced this rule in May of two thousand ten. We've been on notice for almost a decade now that this was coming and bumped into a pilot again and his buddy yesterday cruising through one of the buildings in the first question recognize my name on my little badge here in you cover this avionic well. I had my avionics new shirt all the time. You covered this stuff. Don't you think the F._A._A.. Is really going to bump that date. Some and I said you haven't been listening. You haven't been listening..

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Five all of those outfits actually own their clubhouses when there was a change in management at and bun. The new head guy had designs on taking over that space for stuff that Sunan pun could sell and found out pretty quickly that thanks to the work of Billy and others. I'm believe him explaining this correctly. The the key hanger sits on ground at quiet Birdman own. That's their building. That's their real estate the same for all the other buildings going east on clubhouse throat and. Billy's institutional memory helped kill that idea doing away with all those buildings and putting in, you know, more exhibit space for shall as or something like that. And Billy was still come into the show as recently as. Last time there I guess four years ago when he came to the Senate, Ben radios, pre show dinner at sonny's barbecue down on. Florida. Just came in to say, Hello, shake hands. I think he'd had dinner already, but he made around and made everybody feel welcome and valued and. Do think that this all started out of the EA chapter flying back? Forty five years ago now. Yeah. Yeah. It was. Yeah. His his legacy is a great one. And he was present. At least briefly at this year's sun and fun reading from a very nice piece. Memorialize ing. Billy in aviation news written by our friend, Vince, glare one graph here. Ben rights. I saw Billy at the April four ceremony for the two thousand nineteen class of inducted into the Florida aviation hall of fame during Sunan fun. He had been delivered to the festivities by longtime friend, Dale fo while Billy looked more frail he still had his ever-present twinkle in his eye. So. You know, rest in peace. Bill Henderson, your thank you for everything. You did. We'll be talking about you for a long time to come because your work will live on our and it's living on a grand style. At is. They they tapped a real talent when they tapped a lightly out to take over the Java running on it fun. And yeah. It's been, you know, damn Damato repeat Sula full speed ahead ever since they really are doing some amazing things down there. These days. Let's see. Now. I've completely lost track of how long we've been talking because we had a couple of long technical breaks air. But I'm going to say shout outs. What do we got here? We reaching the end of our allotted time, we hard. I think we actually I'm gonna have to arm wrestle with you guys to do the after show because we're running really long using a lot of our time here. What's going on with shout outs? Here. Let's see. Now, the one that I list is is is just my I just always like calling attention to this because I hope that it doesn't get missed. And that is so there's a lot of flooding going on in in sort of the north central part of the United States. And once again, private pilots are out there. Helping out there are areas that are cut off by flooding. And and private pilots are in there. Doing free flights to help with stranded residents into deliver supplies. And so, you know, when those of us pilots who are talking to our non pilot friends about general aviation in if our non pilot friends ever suggest that this is just, you know, a rich guys. Rich person's you know, lark point out to them that generally VA shin plays a really important part in public service all around the country in lots of different situations. So. I'll put it in the show notes a link to CNN article about this. But the short version is once again, private pilots are helping out in places that only private pilots can. Other shuts. What do you guys have? They go ahead. I've got one but go ahead. Yeah. Well, we were just talking about Billy Henderson's legislated, the sun and fun plan and starting with the twenty twenty show. It will have a new name. When I first heard the story, I was nervous. But it's it is a new name, but not dramatically new. Go ahead aerospace expo. Yeah. That'll be the as opposed to know. What was the what has been the name for years son in fund international pliant and ex exhibition right? And before that, it was just a son, and it was the EA Senate.

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Years of experience in this business I- dismayed that I haven't heard anything about what kind of general aviation background might have if any, but that'll come up the confirmation hearings and in that can wine about it. Then. Okay. All right. So I'm sorry say his name again, Steve Dixon, Steve Dixon. And he's replacing Dan, you'll who has been serving as acting since the some people made the mistake of thinking that last administrator left when the current president was inaugurated, but congress made the FAA job a fixed five year term right some years ago. And so the last fellow served out his five years, you will took over as acting. Now, we have a designation. So fingers crossed who knows this time next year. We. We may actually have a confirmed FAA administrator this time next year. Holy moly. All right. Maybe maybe anyways good deal. Good deal. Jack any thoughts on that? Or any other shows, you know, Mr. Dixon. Congratulations on your nomination. Dude. Have you really thought this thing through? Okay. All right. Four time for sure now restrain into dangerous territory, I'm gonna I'm just gonna put a lid on it right now and say, thank you guys. It's always a pleasure to get together and chat with you. Let's see, you know, a Jibrin side Jeb zone freelance aviation writer and editor servings the editor in chief of aviation safety magazine jeopardy and working on doggone thing. Good for you. Yeah. Yeah. It's all that having been said, I m gearing up to crank out the may issue aviation safety also getting geared up to out to Palm Springs. We talked about earlier in the gosh, I think it'd be like sixty I or something. I forget, which annual meeting and convention of the aircraft electron association. This one will be notable in that. We're having a change in command politics. Who is been a long president of the association is retiring at the end to actually to beginning of of the coming show. Mike Williamson longtime staffer heavily involved in their education efforts, which are extremely good will be the new president. And they'll have the the change over. If you will during the show looking forward to all that looking forward to be with some some of my good free today in their membership. And look forward to writing all that up for the association's magazine. In the meantime. Oh, let's see. Not doing a whole lot of other outlet work. But you can find me as obviously on web, you could find me on a dot net. You can find me on a online dot com. You can find me on general aviation, news dot com..

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

05:12 min | 2 years ago

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"So when it breaks your wing. Okay. That's just you know, more metaphysical than I know. Oh, whoa. Whoa. Okay. Jeb. I wanna ask you this question. 'cause David's just as likely know the answer. But are there instances of of fixed wing airplanes tangling with dust doubles in any sort of exciting fashion? I I mean, a different kind of situation. I guess, but I can imagine were you on short final or or on climate. And I think the quick answer is. Yes, I think the greater longer answer is they might not be identified as such just scale and the the lack of photographic evidence. For example, there was an episode event. I don't know what to call it. I wanna say two three years ago, whereas Cirrus landed after a couple of Black Hawk helicopter said the part of the same runway and landed not completely normal landing in row. Well, just just just before touchdown any the airplane. Rolls left. You know, like one hundred ninety degrees or something like. That and makes a left turn ends up in the weeds. And you could almost see looking at the video where the spot the location. You knew where the Blackhawks departed from like thirty seconds later. This is the wake turbulence that thing, of course. But thirty seconds later, the Cirrus goes all fluey. Oh, I think I have seen. Yeah. Right. Okay. Yeah. It was it was out there as I say three years ago or so. Yeah. Right. But. Sure, it's happened. We don't have all that kind of video evidence of it. Right. Right. David. Did you do you have examples of fixing aircraft tangling with dust doubles? I've heard of it. I've seen photos of the results of never seen video of it happening and the incidence well, no scratch incident. The accidents that resulted from those in counters were almost always on final approach going into an airport. And. Heard a crop dusters. Having similar counters. Sure. Because out where they were you know, the on a hot day, you're going to get those puppies, particularly here in the western half of the US. Yeah. So yeah, I've heard of it a believe there've been some accidents attributed to it. But I've never really researched. It. It was all kinda hey hear what happened is. So and so no get out. And and it did. Yeah. Interesting. It crushed his soul and broke his airplane. Crushed. Like a country song. It sounds like a country. What if Marielle and Moffitt has already crushed your soul? Welcome folks. Uncontrolled airspace. The general aviation podcast. I'm Jack Hodgson come into you from the ever industrious banks of the Conceico river in Dover New Hampshire where we got our first snow of twenty nineteen overnight, and we have now I've been outside today, but three or four inches. I think what I know of twenty nineteen is right up there with taking glider less. Yeah. You'll pass. Okay. Climate change. Man. You could have snow there before you know, it. All right. Talking to my two I was gonna say good friends, but they're giving me a lot of foolishness this morning. So I don't know how we get moded too. Yeah. But one of my good friends there who if I have anything to say about is going to get some snow relatively soon, and that's from somewhere near Sarasota, Florida is Jeb Burnside hijab. How you doing I'm fine. Good morning hotel as well. Happy new year. Yes. Happy new year recording this on January third. So it's just barely into the into the new year. Yeah. You're it's going to snow, man. You guys do your minds. Yeah. Came across a photo, you know, probably on Twitter or someplace recently where it had snowed. Apparently in Miami in nineteen seventy two really. Okay. Ask you whether ended any. Yeah. Okay. And I was like. Yeah. Okay. Fine. But that's not gonna happen down here in in. I, you know, but it would be. I mean, if it does we know who to blame it on it with a. Yeah. Okay. It would wouldn't it be cool. If I had that power. It would be a bigger news than a tornado bigger news than a cat category. Five hurricane if you guys had snow in. It'd be a cold day in Florida before that it sure would be I I've never forgotten..

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

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"Well, my latest blog for out buyer. Talks about some of the funds of market growth in general aviation. Not just business aviation going into twenty nineteen and. Also head one since we did our last podcast. Back on November twelve talking about Costco, getting into the business of selling. Memberships in wheels up the membership club for people who won't apply chartered turban cranes to their destinations. Okay. First time. I'd seen a retail outlet. Selling shares of the business aviation aircraft or access business aviation aircraft. And and. Knowing from what I've seen of the Costco clientele. They'll get more than a few customers out of that. So then make Kenny dick or happy. Nice nice where can people find out about this? And all the other things you're doing on the internet. David buyer dot com for my monthly features in the magazine, and my weekly blog eight dot net from I work in a bionic snooze, which I talked about a little bit last podcasts. Do Google search and find some of the other mystery places where I hear very cool. Did you say Twitter? Sorry, Twitter real higgin on the Twitter machine. Real hagen. And Jack Hodgson, I'm a private pilot of freelance writer in digital media producer been very busy moving as you might imagine. And that's not done yet. It's gonna be a little while before I get everything kinda straightened out. But, but it's a very exciting time. And I'm having to one of the one of the, and I've said this before and who knows where this turns out to be you know, what comes to for wishing or not. But one of the pluses about moving to this area. Is it puts me a lot closer to to Sanford airport where I used to do a lot of flying back in the day and puts Sanford airport, a really really easy drive up the road. So hopefully that will have a have a impact on my life. You can find me online in most of the usual plate usual places of with the username, Jack. Hodgson, my first and last

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"You know, we used to, we used to have to replace hours after every flight I know. But why flying cheaper about being able to run on banana peels. Yes. Empty beer, cans, and beer cans. That's. Been a fusion confusion. Yeah, yeah. Aboard that is that all. Right now. So anyways. You know, there's should be a place, special place reserved in hell for people who would pull a stunt like this on on a working reporter. I mean, you know is somebody that's worked on that side of the notebook for more than a few years. I always try to get confirmation on information from second and third source of, but when TV people are getting ready to go live, they really have less of an opportunity to avail themselves of second opinions. Unless, of course, the second opinion is standing next to the first opinion goes. Oh yeah. Oh, yeah. That's right. That's right. Well, I'm sure she was first of all you got to remember. This is a dive zone, okay. This is a skydive operation right away. Nobody's on the level anyway. Okay. All out to lunch. An airplane. So there's judgment, remarkable, plenty of bad judgment. Go around here, just whatever. Whatever happens, whatever you hear is suspect off off the top. Okay. Okay. Everybody woman this woman interviewed some local, some guy hanging around. The pilot of the skydiving plane describes crash landing at Cranfield airport in Hanson. It sounds like she talked to the to the pilot and the pilot, you know, like a really don't wanna talk to you right now. And he's a skydive pilot. So. Okay. There's. All right. Okay. We're going to hear. We're going We're going to to be working. burnside's are. Yes, right? Yeah. I'm being I'm being facetious every fortunately. Fortunately, the airplanes Petra valves, perfectly Copacetic. They could've just run out of a propwash. I hate it when that happens. They could have had a relative bearing failure because that's because yeah, because that's how that's what you have to do to your plus capacitators after every flight is is is rinse it out with the propwash and and maybe they just didn't do that and skydiving operation. You have to rinse out the cabin to. Okay. Okay. All right. Welcome folks. Uncontrolled airspace. The general aviation podcast control than usual. I guess I'm Jack Hodgson coming from high atop lookout point in beautiful, Nottingham New Hampshire. Gorgeous. Well, actually I was gonna say, gorgeous fall. It is a gorgeous fall day. We've got a return of a hot and humid here. Jeb don't say anything, and so it's it's surprisingly hot and muggy up here on this show September morning, I forget if it was ran or stimpy, but one of them had a really odd laugh. I wish I could mimic that lasts. I loved Ren and stimpy, but it's been a long time. I'm here talking to in our virtual hanging with my good friends. That one voice out there is from somewhere near Sarasota, Florida gyp Burnside. Good morning. Jeb how you doing? I'm spiff. Yeah. So you've checked the flux capacitor in your airplane, and it's the flex capacitators buyer play us. I recently removed and overhaul. Okay, put it back in tests, fine zone. I'm really looking forward to to the next flight. Good. Make fuel instead of burn. Yeah. What's going on down there? You had a brush with a hurricane recently chew. Excuse me. We had a tropical storm blow through. Yeah, way south of here and it was breezy for twelve hours. Breezy in Sarasota was advertising, twenty knots gusts you know. Okay, fine. I'll away ended that I don't care. But. Little bit of rain number rain than we would have gotten any other time any other day this time of year. So that was kind of a non entity. This is. Tropical storm Gordon, which when a shore near the panhandle Florida there, and I haven't seen any any. Haven't really been looking, but I haven't seen any major reports about damage or injury. Talegen did Sean sort of Taliban, but sorry. Yeah, round here. It was basically a nothing burger? Yeah, did kind of skirt..

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

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"Okay, so so Peter supreme was mistaken about sixty ultralights in the nineteen sixties. I'm going to actually stand corrected now about Arthur Godfrey and buzzing the Tita borough tower according to Wikipedia. It was in January nineteen, fifty four that Godfrey buzzed the control tower at teeter airport in his DC three. It says here, I didn't know that part. His ticket was suspended for six months. Godfrey claimed the windy conditions that day required him to turn immediately after takeoff. But in fact, he was peeved with the tower because they would not give him the runway requested. He later recorded a satirical song about the incident called tier borrow tower, rough the to the tune of Wabash cannonball. I said, I think that that news account is wrong. I think it's an error. Okay. How's that? I don't think there's anything that Arthur Godfrey ever expressed peeves about. You use such mild language, true. It could be true. See, I'm old enough that Arthur Godfrey was in the later stages of career when I was a kid. So I was somewhat aware of out there. So he, he channeled his inner maverick. Yes, right. Yeah. That's right. Okay. So you kept trivia quiz number one focus. So yeah, which airport is named after Arthur Godfrey. Oh, I didn't know there was one David. Do you know the answer? Do all right with you. Tell them see if you're see Jeb leader, Ripert Virginia, at least Virginia. And what's it called gone for field? No kidding. I didn't know that. K j. Why? Oh, very cool. Very cool. Is Lee isn't Leesburg one of the three. It's got its own little special carve out because it's not one of the DC three have their own set of rules for the airport. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Is actually something about that here in Wikipedia? It used to be called now it's called Leesburg executive executive. For you? Godfrey owned and referred to on his show as the old cow pasture. It used to be a plaque in the f. b. o. at Leesburg of Arthur Godfrey in talking about the history of the airport and his connection to it, what used to fly there anyway. All right. Well, welcome folks. Uncontrolled airspace. The general aviation podcast, I'm Jack Hodgson, come into you from high atop lookout point in beautiful, Nottingham New Hampshire. And I'm here in our virtual hanger talking to to my very, very good friends about weird aviation things. This is a sign of things to come. All right, I, this is a day where we have a relatively short list of things to talk about, which usually means we're going to run long and that's already shaping up that way because we've just spent the first ten or whatever it is. Fifty minutes is podcast talking about nothing that's on the list. We haven't even started list yet, so that's a good or a bad sign depending on on how you look at these things to good friends here. One of those voices out there is from the air capital of the world which Kansas, Dave hidden David, what's going on. Another day in aviation. It's a, it'd be nice day to go out and practice instrument work. Oh, is it one of those days? What's it like? What's it doing? Well, it's overcast. It was sprinkle a little bit earlier this morning, not hot hard IM say, but close enough that you could get your, you get your spinner in the clouds and have to do the approach, and there's no better preparation for using your instrument ticket pra cross country than going out on a day like today in Iraq. Cussing with approach. Exactly, right. Very cool..

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Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"general aviation" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"It's something that I've. Not regularly able to accomplish when I fly occasionally plant the airplane on touchdown, and that would not work in this kind of skimmed water surface thing. I just since y'all link to that video of the eighty sixes. T six water skiing. Sport. Yeah, just fast forward, you know, slide it baby forty seconds or something. Yeah, thirty around forty seconds in look at that. Holy moly. Yeah, t six is in, you know formation. So when you're doing just looks crazy. I just don't try this at home. Well, yeah, and and it's the stained. I mean, it's not like they just touch and climb out there like going, oh, wow, look at that. That's that's implying stuff to, and so. All right. I guess. Who do we know who might know something about this? Let's see. Now who's a. No living human. Right? But the yeah, because when you're flying formation like that, only the lead is actually looking at the ground theoretically, right? The how do you skim the surface of the water, not looking at the water. You got the time out Tom out, you don't. You look at the water. Yeah. Yeah, they're, they're not really in formation there. Okay. It's a, it's a, it's a four abreast and they're pretty much wingtip wells wingtip delinked hipsters, maybe twenty thirty yards between wingtips so they can kind of do it on their own. I'm sure there's some communication going on. As to his timing and stuff. And and I guess maybe so there's we're seeing the four ship formation, but I think one of the shots when they were skimming, the water showed a fifth ship that was staying at least two other airplanes. And I thought maybe it was a camera ship which it probably was, but it may be also as a spotter ship, just kind of like warn people if something was going amiss, you know. So, yeah. The kids see to airplay streak across the water with the rooster tails and everything. Yeah, something's this. All right. So. Making contact with the water and you're gonna feel it you, you're gonna feel the energy change when you when you contact and probably have to goose throttle just a little bit to hold your air speed, but you don't have to stare at it. You look down periodically, then you spend, you know part of your skin on the panel and part of your skin on the guys that you're in poor mation with. And then back at the water being really careful to keep your pitch trim, neutral. The other thing going on is they have to enter and then leave ground effect yet. So that that can that'll change the dynamics right a little bit and that close. Oh, man. I just. It just gets easier to fly. Right. Okay. It's it's just like landing, but not right. That's right. Yeah, I know. Anyway, welcome folks. Thank you. Welcome folks to uncontrolled airspace. General aviation podcast. That's that's as far as I'm gonna kiss. Jack, and I'm coming to you from high atop lookout point in beautiful climate changed Nottingham New Hampshire. All you get for a quarter. And I'm here talking to my two good friends after I guess we've recovered from Oshkosh, but there was that one of those voices out there who was who did a pretty good job there with the intro. That's good. I'm impressed is Jeff Burnside from somewhere near Sarasota, Florida Jeb how you doing? I'm spiff this morning. Yeah. Well, yeah, you're stiffy now you spit struggling computer. Thank you. Thank you, Microsoft appreciate it. You're going above and beyond to get that thing figured out Jeb that was had to be fixed. So yeah, but that's frustrating stuff. When your computer does that to you. And mine's actually, I'm actually working on purely on my laptop today because mine's been fighting a little bit lately, although I have, I think I know why it's not Microsoft. It's world of warcraft, which is a whole different podcast. And so so what's going on Jeb by the way I missed you at where were you? I had to come back. You weren't there when I was there and I wasn't there when you were there. I know. It was. You'll have a lot of fun though, especially with the last episode that was good now. Yeah, Yeah, we we did. did. I don't know if you had chance to take a look at that video each. We did that experiment where we, we shot some video while we were recording episodes..

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