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RH and AG are two experienced air traffic controllers and pilots that host a weekly show answering listener questions, breaking down complex aviation topics, and relating their experiences to everyday occurrences in the national airspace system. The hosts and guests do not represent the FAA or NATCA and express their own views and opinions.
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Max Trescott | Glass Cockpit Publishing

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General Aviation news, pilot tips for beginners & experts, interviews, listener questions answered, technical details on G1000 & Perspective glass cockpits & flying GPS approaches. 40 yrs experience flying general aviation aircraft. As an active flight instructor, I bring my daily experiences in the air to this show to help teach pilots and future pilots to fly safely. I'm a Platinum Cirrus CSIP instructor and work with people who are thinking about buying a new or used SR20 or SR22. Go to A ...
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Pilot's Discretion brings you authentic conversations with some of aviation's most interesting people. From honest discussions about flight training to fascinating stories from airshow pilots, this podcast is for anyone who loves to fly. Stay tuned for our rapid-fire "ready to copy" segment at the end of every episode, where we go beyond the cliches to find out what each guest really thinks. Brought to you by Sporty's Pilot Shop, training and equipping pilots worldwide since 1961. Have a com ...
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Accounting Matters lives up to its title, covering vital accounting topics that actually matter to professionals in the accounting trenches. We start with a new topic and definition every episode, then highlight and discuss the key areas, from evaluation to reporting. Accounting Matters is hosted by public accounting veterans Adam Olsen & Nicole Harger from advisory firm Embark. LinkedIn - https://hubs.ly/H0XgZnG0 Instagram - https://hubs.ly/H0XgYNZ0 Twitter - https://hubs.ly/H0Xg-dz0 Facebo ...
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The Finer Points is the original educational aviation podcast. Launched in 2005, TFP delivers expert CFI wisdom from award winning certified flight instructor, Jason Miller. Over the last 20 years Jason has been working to perfect the art of flight instruction. He was named FAA Wester Pacific CFI of the year in 2009 and 2016, works as an AOPA Air Safety Institute instructor, and writes monthly columns for FLYING magazine. Jason is passionate about conveying accurate, meaningful information t ...
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This podcast is geared toward general aviation pilots. My hope is to remind those of us with lots of experience the things we may have forgotten and help new pilots gain expertise. Let’s make all our landings equal our takeoffs.
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Welcome to the Let’s Talk Flying Podcast a show that will continue to teach not only the aviators of today but will educate and influence the aviators of tomorrow. We talk about Flight Instruction, Aviation Safety, Aviation Education and the Aviation industry as a whole. We will have guest co-host from different walks a life in the industry, Everywhere from a flight school to an airline ramp agent all the way up to an airline pilot and more. We will always try to keep you up on the industry, ...
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Max reads a number of listeners stories and emails from listeners. Several of the stories are in response to #328, in which we talked about a tragic aviation accident involving a CFI who purchased his dream airplane, N8924Y, a Piper Twin Comanche, and crashed it on the way home. Listeners share their experience with landing gear problems, Garmin G3…
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As always, your AM Now hosts Adam Olsen and Matt Fisser are here to deliver the recent accounting and finance stories you need to hear, including: A quick discussion on the hot-off-the-presses IFRS 18, Presentation and Disclosure of Financial Statements. The CSDDD was voted into adoption and will become law this year. Finally. A new guide from the …
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In this episode, Max discusses the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2024 and the dozens of provisions that may impact GA pilots. Here's are a few of the many points covered: Pilots using BasicMed can fly larger and more capable aircraft, and DPEs can fly under BasicMed. CFI certificates will no longer expire, though CFIs will have to meet recent experien…
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Episode 333 Show Notes Topic of the show: Frequency Tips and Tricks On this week's show, RH and AG discuss feedback from Center Controller NP about tips and tricks for pilots on using ATC frequencies. Pilots of all experience levels can benefit from these lessons. We also discuss forced IFR cancelation, clearance limits, and keeping up with others …
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A new generation of kids is entering the aviation industry right now, and that’s exciting for Amy Laboda. The longtime flight instructor and writer explains why today’s student pilots are different, how writing can make you a better pilot, and what new flight instructors need to succeed. Amy also shares the lessons learned from ditching a Cessna 21…
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AM Now hosts Adam Olsen and Nicole Harger are back in the saddle, delivering this week’s most important accounting and finance stories, including: The FTC’s recent ruling essentially banning the use of non-compete agreements in nearly all instances The FASB discussion on disaggregating income statement expenses, its ASC 606 post-implementation revi…
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Join us on Accounting Matters for a conversation about the intricacies of accounting for crypto assets under the latest guidance from the Financial Accounting Standards Board, ASU 2023-08. Connect with Embark on: LinkedIn Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube Listen to Accounting Matters on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.…
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Episode 332 Show Notes Topic of the show: On today’s show, AG and RH discuss the missed approach from both the pilot and controller side. What can each side learn about the other to maximize efficiency and safety when a missed approach or go around is required? We also discuss holding phraseology, safely executing missed approaches, and more of you…
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Max explores a tragic aviation accident involving the crash of a N8924Y, a Piper Twin Comanche shortly after its new owner purchased it. The pilot was flying the aircraft home when he encountered various challenges, including fatigue, pressure to return home quickly, and low experience in the specific aircraft model. The episode delves into the cir…
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Episode 331 Show Notes Topic of the show: Weather RH and AG discuss weather as it relates to ATC. Patron EG sent feedback about a resource she has created for increasing pilot safety! Bravo! https://www.youtube.com/@AeroSafe Timely Feedback: 1. Patron AW tells us tales of center superiority and flight data flight plan restoration. 2. Patron CM from…
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Kevin Garrison grew up riding his bike to the local airport, then built time flying freight before enjoying a 30-year career as an airline pilot. In this honest (and hilarious) episode, he shares what he experienced along the way, including: what you learn when you scare yourself in an airplane, how to be a good airline captain, and why habit patte…
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Max discusses a tragic accident involved a 55-year-old physician who crashed his Beech A36 aircraft, N84R, at Tucker Guthrie Memorial Airport in Harlan, Kentucky, on November 3, 2022. The pilot departed from Knoxville at around 9:32 a.m. with the purpose of attending scheduled appointments at a medical office near the destination airport. Despite l…
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Your trusty AM Now hosts Adam Olsen and Nicole Harger return with another batch of essential accounting and finance stories, including: Update on FASB’s discussion on accounting for government grants Another update from FASB, this time on ASC 815—Derivatives and Hedging FASB’s redeliberations on the Interim Reporting (Topic 270) ASU The SEC’s adopt…
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Episode 330 Show Notes Topic of the show: This week AG and RH discuss IFR departures off of non towered airports near airspace boundaries. Does it make sense to call the adjacent facility airborne instead of the facility overlying the departure airport? What is happening on the controller side of the equation with respect to your flight plan? And w…
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You’ve read the headlines. Perused the articles. Maybe even had a convo or two on the topic. But now it’s time to get to the ESRS nitty gritty with your trusted Accounting Matters embarkers. So get comfy with Nicole Harger, Adam Olsen, and Robby Sunberg for this first half of a two-fer on all things CSRD and ESRS. You, your sustainability reporting…
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Max talks with Arizona Soaring President and Chief Flight Instructor Jason Stephens and eight time Nation glider aerobatic champion about what it takes to become a glider towplane pilot. Surprisingly, you can tow gliders with just a Private certificate, though most operators will probably want their prospective tow pilots to have a commercial ratin…
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At today's ACCA Global Educator Conference the SBR examining team shared feedback about student performance AND set out the changes in the syllabi that will be introduced from the September 2024 exam. Here is my hot off the press summary. It has inspired me to write and record some new material for my courses to keep them up to date and exam focuss…
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Your AM Now hosts Adam Olsen and Nicole Harger are back again to deliver the recent accounting and finance stories you need to hear, including: Update on the legal proceedings surrounding the SEC’s climate-related disclosure rules FASB has issued the first two Accounting Standards Updates of 2024 FASB’s tentative decisions on its accounting for int…
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Max talks about the accident of N51FM, a Cirrus SR22T at Paso Robles, CA, and emphasizes the importance of understanding approach procedures, particularly when starting an approach from an IF/IAF fix with a racetrack. The accident involved a pilot who failed to follow correct procedures, leading to a crash, though fortunately, all occupants survive…
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Episode 329 Show Notes Topic of the show: This week AG and RH discuss Single Engine Escape maneuvers and making your own missed approaches. This show topic brought to us by Patron JEC. Timely Feedback: 1. SGAC Patron SE discusses frequency changes to the same controller. 2. Patron TC talks about other uses for circling approaches in float planes. F…
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Are the latest headlines about slowing airline pilot hiring just a temporary pause or the start of a downward trend? In this episode, aviation career mentors Mike Martin and Sean Richey explain what the real state of the industry is. They also talk about the right approach to flight training, how to build time, and whether airline interviews still …
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Max talks with Rob Mark about thirteen different ways a pilot can build flight time. These jobs may be attractive to weekend pilots who are looking for a fun flying activity, or for pilots who are looking to reach the 1500 hours required for an ATP and an airline job. This is Part 2 of a two episode series. In Part 2, we discuss Part 91 and Corpora…
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Episode 328 Show Notes Topic of the show: This week AG and RH discuss etiquette for checking in on a new frequency, how long to wait, what things to listen for and what info ATC is looking for. Brought to you by Patron JF. We also discuss some solar eclipse flying, ADSB mismatch rules, and more of your awesome aviation questions and feedback! Enjoy…
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Max talks with Rob Mark about thirteen different ways a pilot can build flight time. These jobs may be attractive to weekend pilots who are looking for a fun flying activity, or for pilots who are looking to reach the 1500 hours required for an ATP and an airline job. This is Part 1 of a two episode series. In Part 1, we discuss Part 135 Charter fl…
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Having flown everything from aerobatic airplanes to airliners to seaplanes, Patrick Carter loves to apply the lessons from one part of aviation to another. In this episode, he takes us inside the world of Alaskan bush pilots to explain the skills they need to stay safe, how to evaluate off-airport landing sites, and how to manage changing weather. …
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Episode 327 Show Notes Topic of the show: This week AG and RH discuss visiting your local facility, the things to look for, the questions to ask, who to call, and the overall benefits of why you should bring donuts. Or pizza. We also discuss timed out flight plans, TERPS and charting delays, true north, and many more of your aviation questions. Tim…
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Max talks about the details of the crash of a TBM 960, N960LP, at Truckee, California last weekend. He also talks in detail about his factory tour last week of Robinson Helicopter. Weather at the time the pilot flew the approach was ½ mile visibility and snow with clouds scattered at 300 feet and overcast at 700 feet. However the approach minimums …
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In this special edition, Laura is joined by Craig Smith from the IASB technical staff, for an overview of the IASB's latest consultation on proposals aimed at improving reporting about acquisitions. Exposure Draft Business Combinations—Disclosures, Goodwill and Impairment (open for comment until 15 July 2024) https://www.ifrs.org/news-and-events/ne…
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Episode 326 Show Notes Topic of the show: On this week’s show, AG and RH discuss ways a pilot can file and receive the right T route when flying near or around giant metroplex Class Bravo airspace. Why does it only work half the time? What constraints are the controllers under when issuing routing. And what can the pilot do after they’ve initially …
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