Manage episode 242128548 series 21077
Welcome to the show about learning to fly, living to fly, and loving to fly. Recently, Carl made and emergency landing after the cockpit began filling with smoke. Many lessons were learned from this event. Besides relating a tense inflight emergency we discuss how you can better prepare for a smoke or inflight fire.
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News And Announcements:
Girls In Aviation Day – Sat Oct 5th
International Seaplane Fly-in In Maine Sept 5-8 Moosehead lake.
ICAO Flight plan format now required as of 8/27/2019
Reminder – National Clearance Delivery Number no longer available as of 6/20/2019
Why yes that is smoke.
Types of smoke and fumes.
Why oxygen is not the best answer since it can feed the fire.
How you can better prepare for smoke in the cockpit.
Practicing smoke and fire emergencies.
When is it smoke or fire?
After Landing Checklist:
Picks Of The Week:
Russ – The Happy Bottom Riding Club: The Life and Times of Pancho Barnes https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/940621.The_Happy_Bottom_Riding_Club
Michael – https://www.flysnf.org/help_bahamas/
Links Mentioned In The Podcast
ICAO Flight Plan required: https://faasafety.gov/SPANS/noticeView.aspx?nid=9616