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A podcast for Professional Pilots, by Professional Pilots. Join hosts Dylan and Max, both professional pilots with backgrounds in Flight Instructing, Airlines, and Business Aviation, on their quest to improve as travelers, pilots, and professionals. Expect to find interesting conversations with industry experts in a variety of aviation fields, thought-provoking discussions on hot topics, and hilarious stories from the (sometimes) wild aviation industry. Whether you’re corporate, airline, cha ...
 
Ever wondered what kinds of things the employees of your favorite sporting goods store have to do to bring you the best goods? What about the paperwork and route memorization that has to happen for your child's bus driver to get your little bundle of joy to school? Well I hope to answer those questions and many more on my show about the good, the bad, and the ugly about part-time jobs!
 
Of Mountains and Minds is a podcast sharing stories from those who have been through a life-changing endurance event, transition or challenge. It shines a light on exeriences that might inspire or help others planning a change or just dealing with the highs and lows of being human. In our British culture, sometimes we struggle to talk openly about the things that matter and connect us to others. This is an experiment to test the appetite for more conversations about everything from finding m ...
 
The International Association of Public Transport Australia/New Zealand (UITPANZ) podcast series, Women Who Move Nations, features interviews with public transport leaders from Australia, New Zealand and around the world. Each guest shares her insights on the big issues impacting mobility today along with their career journeys. Hosted by UITPANZ Executive Director, Michelle Batsas.
 
Each 60-second episode of the daily Science Update Podcast series is a brief yet satisfying story on the latest discoveries in science, technology and medicine, from aardvarks to zygotes, and, every now and then, aardvark zygotes. We also answer your science questions and even say your name on the air (unless you’d really rather we didn’t) and send you a highly collectible Science Update "Smarten Up" mug. The Science Update family of radio shows and podcasts is produced by AAAS, the world’s ...
 
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Hometown January continues! Hometown for us anyway. If you are unfortunate enough to not live in the shadow of a killer volcano called Mt. Rainier, you still probably know or love this album. Nirvana's Nevermind. One of the greatest power trios up there with Cream and The Police? Logging town misery? Mean Girl snarkiness? Come as you are and see fo…
 
Dylan and Max reflect on 2020 and share some of their lessons learned including: adapting to changing market conditions, handling pay negotiations, and Dylan's lack of affection for KHCR // Flight Advice: What should a pilot do if the principal wants to break away from the management company? [27:45] // Storytime: Max outsmarts a broken APU in Goos…
 
Before there were Black Days and Rusty Cages, there was Louder Than Love. We kick off "Home Town January" with a listen to Soundgarden's second album. Earlybirds on the so called "Grunge" scene in Seattle, Soungarden's influence would be felt for decades to come. Perhaps Seattle's tallest band? No doubt. We get up to all this and more on The Next E…
 
Flight Advice: A young regional airline pilot in need of some relationship advice // John Clark, COO and Chief Counsel at Jet RVSM explains the flight department company trap and professional pilots should care [29:16] // John breaks down hot legal topics for professional pilots [1:09:00] // Story Time: Max rents a dirt bike to explore Karpathos, G…
 
Mailbag: Even more COVID-19 vaccine discussion // Christy DeYoung, President of JetRVSM, joins us to educate us on the current landscape of LOAs for Pt 91 aircraft [15:44] // Christy breaks down the latest with RVSM and ADS-B // Story Time: Part two of Dylan's fiasco in Trinidad plus Max and the buddy hose Connect with Christy DeYoung on LinkedIn J…
 
This week we look into the early days of MEGA-BAND, U2. Still fresh faced and barely a set of pubes between them, they embark on their most openly spiritual album to date. They have yet to fully shed the cocoon of their influences to emerge as beautiful butterflies on "War" but the youthful exuberance still wins the day. Check it out!…
 
Mailbag: A timely listener email serves as a reminder for pilots to avoid the COVID-19 vaccine for now // Flight Advice: Advising a retired airline pilot on business aviation [10:21] // Featured Furloughed Flyer: Richie joins us to share his experience on being furloughed from Allegiant [17:45], transitioning from Army Blackhawk pilot to the Airlin…
 
Flight Advice: How do you gracefully give constructive feedback to another pilot? Click here to submit your flight advice request // Mailbag: Airfare Pouch and taking fall foliage through the FBO lobby // John Peroyea from FindAPilot.com shares his unique perspective on the current pilot job market [27:23] // Tom Hauge calls in to explain what cont…
 
The guys thank Jace M and Dustin B for their support then discuss training contracts in business aviation // More listener emails from EP39, an Australian pilot checks in, and a good pilot guitar story // Alaskan bush pilot Liz calls in to explain the ins and outs of flying piston airplanes year 'round in Alaska [28:57] // We cover a myriad of topi…
 
The guys thank Erik G and Jeremy M for their support then discuss a couple of interesting posts from pilot social media // We read listener emails in response to episode 39's interview with Lynsey Howell [11:15] // Straight talk with Ted: What's the deal with pilots who bring guitars on trips? [28:46] // [40:25] // Training: Dylan reviews FlightSaf…
 
This week, we brave the smoky skies to huddle up in 117X to reminisce on our 20's and The Strokes second album. Room On Fire (2003). Does every New York band get compared to The Velvet Underground? Do they do heroine better in New York City or Seattle? Are Swiss boarding schools a breeding ground for gritty garage rock? All these questions answered…
 
The guys thank Philip B for a donation and dig into the mailbag // Dr. Tom Faulkner, AME explains why pilots can't participate in vaccine trials and shares his opinion on pilots getting the COVID-19 vaccine [13:05] // Lynsey Howell, professional pilot and career coach, tells her aviation story [25:18] // We discuss Lynsey's study of 50 successful f…
 
The Hon. Jacinta Allan MP has held public transport portfolios since 2014. She's passionate about ensuring public transport meets the needs of urban and regional communities. She's driven to create better connections and services for everyone. Through a range of projects big and small, including Melbourne's Metro Tunnel and the Level Crossings Remo…
 
Western Australia's Minister for Transport and Planning, the Hon. Rita Saffioti MLA, is transforming the state by planning transport projects that deliver better mobility and economic benefits. She's particularly proud of the local rail car manufacturing policy which she wrote in opposition and is now implementing as part of Perth's Metronet projec…
 
The guys discuss how to handle a cancellation on a contract trip // Featured Furloughed Flyer Chris shares his perspective and experience surviving a previous furlough by turning to long haul trucking // James and Jason from Raven Careers with tangible steps on what to do if you're getting furloughed // Dylan and Max share hilarious and cringeworth…
 
Wendy McMillan, President Australia and New Zealand for Bombardier Transportation, has three decades of executive leadership experience. While workplaces have improved to be more inclusive for women, there's still a long way to go. Wendy wants to see organisations be proactive, "almost tenacious", in mandating and leading policies to create gender …
 
In this special bonus episode you can meet Jennie Agg. A talented writer, journalist and blogger, Jennie works primarily in women’s health, expertly informed by her own personal experiences. She has been through a torrent of loss in the past five years. Since enduring a miscarriage four years ago, just days before her 12-week scan, she has suffered…
 
The Honourable Julie Anne Genter is New Zealand's Minister for Women and Associate Minister for Transport and for Health. Her passion for urban and transport planning got her into politics. She advocated for over a decade to have minimum parking requirements removed from district plans, to allow for more beneficial use of urban space. She highlight…
 
Max reveals his latest career pivot | We discuss how often BizAv pilots should check on their airplane during maintenance | Mike Healey joins us as our first Featured Furloughed Pilot | What happens when you drop a firearm in a C-17 lav with Matthew | Mike tells us tails from the glory days at America West and the early years at SWA | Dave relays a…
 
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