Best Air Traffic Control podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Two rated pilots and air traffic controllers discuss air traffic stories, news, and real interactions with the aviation community. Learn about our pilot experiences and how they relate to our daily work as air traffic controllers. WE DO NOT REPRESENT OUR EMPLOYER. THE VIEWS EXPRESSED ON THIS SITE AND THE PODCAST ARE OUR OWN. THIS SITE AND THE PODCAST ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED OFFICIAL GUIDANCE OR A REPLACEMENT FOR APPLICABLE LAWS, RULES, AND REGULATIONS.
 
Aviation Podcast - A unique view of aviaiton from both sides of the mic. Now with more ATC!Welcome! My name is Brandon Gonzales, I’m an Air Traffic Tower Controller at a busy General Aviation airport, but I also have a 25 year background in aviation as a Pilot, Flight Instructor, Aircraft Salesman, Ramper for a 2 major Airlines, FBO Line Serviceman, Plane Crash Survivor, and now Aviation Podcaster. My goal is to serve the aviation community at large, and to help you in your aviation endeavor ...
 
I'm a father in my early fifties with a beautiful 12 year old daughter. I'm a returned Catholic, my daughter is a baptised Catholic, and I'm married to a wonderful woman who is, well, not a Catholic, nor did she have a religious upbringing. This presents some challenges! This is my life as a father, a Catholic and an air traffic controller.
 
I'm a father in my early fifties with a beautiful 12 year old daughter. I'm a returned Catholic, my daughter is a baptised Catholic, and I'm married to a wonderful woman who is, well, not a Catholic, nor did she have a religious upbringing. This presents some challenges! This is my life as a father, a Catholic and an air traffic controller.
 
Discussions of critical and timely issues related to aviation safety and aviation security.
 
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Congressional Dish
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A podcast highlighting corporate influence on the bills passed by Congress. www.congressionaldish.com Follow @JenBriney on Twitter
 
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Aviation LO Down
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The newest and hottest aviation podcast hosted by the face of ATC Memes, David Lombardo, also known by his operating initials, LO. Full of the passion, humor, and the famous improvisational style found on ATC Memes, Aviation LO Down features fascinating interviews and soundbites from across the industry in an exciting and energy-fueled format anyone can enjoy. A podcast that explores not just flying, but the art and science of what makes people in aviation tick. Whether it's a teen flight st ...
 
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ATC Communication
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Learn to talk to Air Traffic Control Using an Airplane Radio Simulator
 
Listen to all of The Museum of Flight’s best aviation and aerospace stories on the Flight Deck Podcast, a podcast that makes history personal. Episodes released every other Tuesday.
 
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AviationNews
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Welcome to AviationNews’s podcast hope you enjoy it.
 
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Radar Contact
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How to communicate effectively and confidently with air traffic control. For pilots of all experiences levels, flying VFR or IFR.
 
The Ready For Takeoff podcast will help you transform your aviation passion into an aviation career. Every week we bring you instruction and interviews with top aviators in their field who reveal their flight path to an exciting career in the skies.
 
Retired corporate pilot, Karen Hawkins, interviews women from various aspects of aviation, be it private pilots, flight instructors, corporate pilots, airline pilots, astronauts, stunt pilots, military pilots, WASPS, air racers, bush pilots, helicopter pilots, crop dusters, air-traffic controllers, mechanics, dispatchers, aeronautical engineers and any other aviation professionals that come under the radar. Hear about the obstacle and successes of various women. Learn how they balance career ...
 
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Machine Yearning
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It’s Machine Yearning from Assist. It’s a podcast where we think and dream about the future of AI, the talking internet, and how we’re reshaping our culture.
 
'Straight from the horse's mouth', as they say. Edward Ruppelt was the first head of the U.S. Air Force's Project Blue Book, the official project initiated to investigate UFO reports beginning in 1952. This report from 1956 takes us inside these initial investigations, separates fact from fiction, and gives insight into who, when, where, and how sightings were reported and researched in open-minded fashion (for which Ruppelt was renowned), rather than in the typical hushed and secretive (and ...
 
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FLY CONVERSATIONS
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Bridging the gap between the Urban Community and the Aviation Industry! Have you thought about getting into aviation? If so, tune in and get some of your questions answered! Let’s talk about things that are FLY! Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/flyconversations/support
 
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The Voyage Report
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The Voyage Report is where you get the scoop on travel. This podcast introduces listeners to globetrotters, explorers, current travel topics and trends, tips and tricks, and destinations around the world. Subscribe, review, and share to support our original journalism.
 
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The Voyage Report
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The Voyage Report is where you get the scoop on travel. This podcast introduces listeners to globetrotters, explorers, current travel topics and trends, tips and tricks, and destinations around the world. Subscribe, review, and share to support our original journalism.
 
Join Amy as she explores the world of planes and teaches us how they work!Listen to Fun Kids on DAB Digital Radio and online across the UK!
 
Join Amy as she explores the world of planes and teaches us how they work!Listen to Fun Kids on DAB Digital Radio and online across the UK!
 
Conversations that reduce risk and increase value in business and private aviation.
 
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Interview with CKTB radio of St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada where Todd Curtis discussed how an in improved, satellite-based air traffic control system may enhance airline safety.By TheConversation@AirSafe.com (Dr. Todd Curtis).
 
The Doolittle Raid, also known as the Tokyo Raid, on Saturday, April 18, 1942, was an air raid by the United States on the Japanese capital Tokyo and other places on the island of Honshu during World War II, the first air operation to strike the Japanese Home Islands. It demonstrated that the Japanese mainland was vulnerable to American air att ...…
 
Ron Rapp doesn’t really need an introduction. But if you haven’t heard of him, he’s a ATP-rated pilot with experience in more than 60 aircraft types, including tailwheel aircraft, aerobatics, formation flying, gliders, seaplanes, turboprops, business jets, warbirds, experimentals, radials, technologically advanced aircraft, and more. Ron has lo ...…
 
First Korean astronaut SoYeon Yi tells that story of determination that took her from backup astronaut to primary, securing her place in aerospace history.SoYeon Yi spent a year in the Russian cosmonaut program, half of which was classroom-based and half of which was focused on work in the simulators. SoYeon recalls that the classroom portion f ...…
 
From Communities Digital News: There are those who take uncertain steps on IED-ridden battlefields, take to contested waterways, and fly unguarded skies as dangerous threats lurk below. Protecting freedom is how over a million active-duty military men and women support their families. These Brothers in Arms fight and die, for each other, and fo ...…
 
Episode 68 Show Notes Topic of the show: AG and RH read some feedback from Foxtrot Foxtrot from “Frozen Tundra Center” and discuss some of the differences between ARTCC and TRACON traffic, equipment, and controllers! Patron Feedback: Charlie Mike from Alaska left some feedback about instructing in Alaska! Timely Feedback: "Foxtrot Foxtrot” from ...…
 
Measles is back in the United States and is currently spreading quickly; the number of cases in the United States in 2019 has already surpassed the number of cases in all of last year. In this episode, get highlights from two Congressional hearings addressing the measles outbreak, which answered a lot of questions about the dangers of the disea ...…
 
There have been numerous air carrier accidents in which the crew attempted takeoff without the leading and trailing edge flaps extended to the takeoff position. Unlike many general aviation airplanes, large turbojet aircraft require high-lift devices (leading and trailing edge flaps and slats) for the airplane to safely get airborne. In some of ...…
 
Scott A. Huesing is a proven combat leader. He is a retired United States Marine Corps Infantry Major with 24 years of honorable service, both enlisted and as a commissioned officer. His career spanned 10 deployments to over 60 countries worldwide. Throughout his numerous deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Horn of Africa he planned, led, ...…
 
Episode 67 Show Notes Topic of the show: Feedback catch up time! Timely Feedback: Bucket list items from Kilo Kilo! Compete my Multi-Engine Instrument Commercial Rating, 2nd: Get a ride in a P51, 3rd: Land an airplane in all 50 States, 4th: Fly in every type of airline aircraft currently in service, I've already got most of the easy ones, what ...…
 
A visit from some friends, a year’s gone by and a cathedral. With thanks also to Greg Willits for his help and support. Holy Homework Question: St Thomas Aquinas divided ‘law’ into three categories under ‘The Eternal Law of God.’ What are they? Links: Doom Bar Ale: https://www.sharpsbrewery.co.uk/sharps/doom-bar Colette’s Blog: https://inthefoo ...…
 
A visit from some friends, a year’s gone by and a cathedral. With thanks also to Greg Willits for his help and support. Holy Homework Question: St Thomas Aquinas divided ‘law’ into three categories under ‘The Eternal Law of God.’ What are they? Links: Doom Bar Ale: https://www.sharpsbrewery.co.uk/sharps/doom-bar Colette’s Blog: https://inthefoo ...…
 
From Wikipedia On the night of 1 July 2002, Bashkirian Airlines Flight 2937, a Tupolev Tu-154 passenger jet, and DHL Flight 611, a Boeing 757 cargo jet, collided in mid-air over Überlingen, a southern German town on Lake Constance. All 69 passengers and crew aboard the Tupolev and the two crew members of the Boeing were killed. The official inv ...…
 
Airships are lighter than air craft whose history goes back to mid-nineteenth century France and comes to a screeching halt after World War Two. Learn more about what makes air ships such a unique part of aviation history in our latest Flight Deck Podcast episode!Joshua Carver, a student in our Museum Apprentice Program who’s about to begin his ...…
 
Gabriel Staschill is an ATC controller in Germany, and he shares insights into the similarities, and differences, between air traffic controllers and pilots.
 
Episode 66 Show Notes Topic of the show: We are having a blast doing this show! When we started the show, neither one of us could have imagined our show being played over 100,000 times on 6 continents in over 5,000 unique cities! Listener feedback, questions, and community interaction have kept this show growing and we work hard to improve the ...…
 
Chemical storage facilities exist all over the country and one of them recently caught fire, poisoning the residents Houston, Texas for three days. In this episode, learn about a Department of Homeland Security program - the CFATS program- designed to protect us from terrorist attacks on dangerous chemical storage facilities like the one in Tex ...…
 
The Seattle Times article: https://www.seattletimes.com/business/boeing-aerospace/failed-certification-faa-missed-safety-issues-in-the-737-max-system-implicated-in-the-lion-air-crash/ https://www.flyingmag.com/safety-topics-emerge-following-grounding-boeings-737-max Add AOPA scholarships info: https://www.aopa.org/training-and-safety/students/f ...…
 
From Wikipedia: In the late 1960s, a series of controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) accidents took the lives of hundreds of people. A CFIT accident is one where a properly functioning airplane under the control of a fully qualified and certified crew is flown into terrain, water or obstacles with no apparent awareness on the part of the crew. ...…
 
Pierre-Henri (nick name Até) is a dual Canadian and French citizen. Até grew up on RAF Linton-On-Ouse with an exchange instructor father on the RAF Jet Provost. After being Europe’s youngest pilot at 15 in 2001 and flying in the French national Precision Flying team for the 2006 World Championships, he joined the French Navy to fly jets. After ...…
 
Episode 65 Show Notes Topic of the show: JEC sent in audio several weeks ago regarding Precision Runway Monitor (PRM) approaches at Atlanta TRACON. On today’s show, we play part 2 of our interview with “OU” from Atlanta TRACON (A80). We discuss the parallel ILS PRM approaches, breakouts, missed approaches, and re-sequencing. A special thank you ...…
 
Today, I sit down with one of my best friends, @newyorkskypirate. Learn about his love of aviation from an early age, how he found a mentor, and what his life is like today. We also share stories of him being a musician, making prank phone calls, and one of the most famous diners in Upstate NY. @newyorkskypirate is one of the most passionate pe ...…
 
On March 18, 2019, Todd Curtis discussed issues related to the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX on March 10, 2019. The interview was in both English and SpanishBy TheConversation@AirSafe.com (Dr. Todd Curtis).
 
Todd Curtis was interviewed by CKNW radio of Vancouver, Canada and discussed some of the ongoing concerns in the accident investigation, including potential conflicts of interest between Boeing and the FAA.By TheConversation@AirSafe.com (Dr. Todd Curtis).
 
The Women In Aviation conference was held in Long Beach from 14-16 March 2019. Our previous guest, Jennifer Aupke, attended and is providing an exciting recap of the event, including her meeting with notable aviation luminaries. WAI Membership is open to women and men from all segments of the aviation industry, and all members may participate i ...…
 
Bessie Coleman is the world’s first black woman pilot, and her great-niece Gigi Coleman carries on the pilot’s legacy by performing her life story. Learn more about how Bessie Coleman’s bravery and persistence helped her make aviation history. --Gigi Coleman, great-niece of the world’s first African American and Native American pilot Bessie Col ...…
 
The Pilot Wife Life Blog: https://thepilotwifelife.com/united-airlines-presents-flight-3591-widow-with-wings-and-epaulets-leaves-indoc-seat-vacant/?fbclid=IwAR1zuc3RpiYB6m0RBxkOhlhlKGzHjzMPNjvvr5iX_5S9q827pQ8GpBAQ1dw Flying Magazine Article: https://www.flyingmag.com/purdue-alums-create-radio-communications-simulator Plane English: https://www. ...…
 
Experienced Combat Rescue Instructor Pilot 👣 with a demonstrated history building teams and innovating for military officer training and combat planning and operations. Experienced in planning, programming, budget and execution operations at multiple levels as well as requirements management and operational test and evaluations. 340 combat hour ...…
 
Episode 64 Show Notes Topic of the show: JEC sent in audio several weeks ago regarding Precision Runway Monitor (PRM) approaches at Atlanta Tracon. On today’s show, we play part 1 of our interview with “OU” from Atlanta Tracon (A80). We discuss the radar room at A80, standard procedures, personnel, arrival rates, and set up for instrument appro ...…
 
Things often don’t go according to plan. In this episode, featuring a feverish and frustrated Jen Briney, learn about the shamefully rushed process employed by the Democrats to pass their top priority bill, H.R. 1, through the House of Representatives. Recommended Congressional Dish Episodes CD129: The Impeachment of John Koskinen Bill Outline: ...…
 
Computers can calculate huge amounts of data much more efficiently than a human brain. But, can they make decisions? Are they intelligent? Are they creative? Perhaps most intriguing, do they have a conscious? With the recent crashes of the two Boeing 737 MAX airliners, the discussion of whether or not industries like aviation have become too au ...…
 
Deborah Hecker originally had no intention of becoming a pilot. She graduated college with a degree in International Relations with the intention of becoming an attorney, went backpacking through the Middle East, and returned to study for her LSAT (Law School Admissions Test). On her birthday, a friend gave her a present of an airplane introduc ...…
 
*This episode was recorded immediately after we recorded Ep. 62. Thank you for your patience with timely feedback! Episode 63 Show Notes Topic of the show: Juliet Romeo Golf sent in a question about aircraft speed restrictions and assignments. We break down speed limits, speed restrictions, and why we use speed assignments in the TRIAD airspace ...…
 
Adapted from Aero Crew News Captain Valerie Walker started her aviation career in unconventional, adventurous ways full of interesting challenges. She was a flight instructor, police aerial patrol pilot in fixed wing and helicopters, DC-3 bush-pilot in Botswana, South Africa, Flight Test Pilot for Plane & Pilot and Air Progress magazines, plus ...…
 
Radar technology has been the foundation of air traffic control for more than 80 years. However, newer technology, such as ADS-B, promises to change that. In this episode, I take a break from the interviews to expand upon a 'Instagram Live' discussion that occurred last week on @atcmemes. I talk about a brief history of radar systems, how GPS w ...…
 
: Jerry Coy, who was featured in our episode about the 747, isn’t just an experienced commercial airline pilot—he’s also a military veteran, and his experiences during Vietnam warrant their very own episode. Coy tells us about the time his pilot duties took him outside his usual routine and placed him in charge of a complicated rescue mission. ...…
 
The Chasing Earhart Project: https://www.chasingearhart.com/ The Chasing Earhart Podcast: https://www.chasingearhart.com/podcast Vanished: Amelia Earhart Podcast: https://www.chasingearhart.com/vanished Support: https://www.patreon.com/podcastingonaplane Buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BravoGolf YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ch ...…
 
From Wikipedia: Aponte was raised and educated in San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico. After receiving his primary and secondary education, he enrolled in the University of Puerto Rico and joined the campus ROTC program. On December 29, 1972, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant i ...…
 
Episode 62 Show Notes Topic of the show: Listener feedback inspired topic this week is transponders, beacon code assignments, and tracking unidentified primary targets around Class Bravo airspace. Timely Feedback: Flying and Life podcast audio. Thank you, Mike! Max Trescott sent in feedback about Episode 61: Family Flight Night TT the Venus C-4 ...…
 
From Ops Group Starting 28th March 2019, a new trial will be implemented on the NAT called ASEPS (Advanced Surveillance Enhanced Procedural Separation) using ADS-B in the Shanwick, Gander and Santa Maria FIRs. Compliant aircraft will see a reduction in longitudinal separation to as close as 14 NM. This is not restricted to particular tracks or ...…
 
From photos of Athens, Greece, to photos of the 737 Max flight deck, the Instagram account of Madina K (@madinkaclairec) is hard to ignore. As a skilled tennis player originally from Moscow, Russia and now studying in the United States, Madina takes the time to explain what it's like being obsessed with aviation in both the United States and in ...…
 
Sean’s Go Fund Me: https://www.gofundme.com/sean-archuletas-family Crew Go Fund Me: https://www.gofundme.com/atlas-air-crash-3591-victims-family-fundBy Brandon Gonzales.
 
From John Ramstead's webpage: John started out his career as a Navy F-14 pilot and flew combat during Desert Storm. Following his Navy career, he became a successful startup entrepreneur and then joined the management team of a Fortune 100 company. Four years ago he had a near fatal accident that put him under hospital care for two years and re ...…
 
Episode 61 Show Notes Topic of the show: Delta Whiskey sent in some questions regarding a recent show on the Aviation News Talk podcast, hosted by Max Trescott. During their discussion about ForeFlight, Master CFI Gary Reeves made some remarks relevant to air traffic and we try to relate them to the TRIAD. RH and AG also discuss filing IFR flig ...…
 
Elliott Abrams, the new U.S. Special Envoy to Venezuela, along with witnesses from the State Department and USAID, testified to Congress about the Trump administration's efforts to replace Venezuela's President. In this episode, hear highlights from that hearing and gain some insight into Elliott Abrams' past regime change efforts as a member o ...…
 
Beth Powell was recently featured in Essence magazine as one of the few female African-American airline pilots operating in the United States. Beth's interest in flying began when she was 15 years old and took an introductory airplane flight in her home country of Jamaica. She was immediately hooked, and started taking flying lessons when she w ...…
 
With an Instagram following of over 30,000 fans and growing, @pilotemilie inspires and motivates her followers from both the flight deck as well as from the gym. As a Canadian pilot with an unmistakable smile, Emilie has an eclectic taste for fitness, colorful Instagram photos, and setting her goals high, in both aviation and in life! Join me, ...…
 
Today, Air Traffic Control towers loom over airports, bringing order and safety to a huge network of airplanes crossing the globe. But what was it like to fly in the earliest days of aviation, before radios or signal towers? Retired FAA Air Traffic Controller Helen Parke-Wall shares stories from the beginnings of ATC.If you’ve hiked the prairie ...…
 
Today, Rob Mark, Publisher of Jetwhine and Senior Editor of FLYING Magazine is back to discuss side hustles, career changes, pivots, and alternates. I don’t know anyone whose career hasn’t had a few of these, and that’s why I want to give you some ACTIONABLE content today that might help move your career along. Or even catch you if the bottom d ...…
 
Jason Harris attended the Air Force Academy, planning to be an attorney. Instead, after meeting original Tuskegee Airmen, he became interested in flying. He participated in the glider program, as well as free-fall skydiving five times. After graduation he attended Undergaduate Pilot training and then flew the C-130, flying four combat deploymen ...…
 
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