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Plane Safety Podcast 29 ; Nats, Brexit & The Millennium Falcon

Thanks for downloading the Plane Safety Podcast - Safety from the Flight Deck with Pilot Pip.

In this episode we're taking a look at some of the possible impacts of Brexit on the aviation industry, we talk to a long time first officer about his career, a look at the NATS programmes for pilot/air traffic controller cooperation and the Squawkbox.

 

More information on NATS can be found here.

 

Squawkbox.

Oliver Di Mascio has some thoughts on various issues and recommends the books of MacArthur Job

Renato has some thoughts on fuel leaks

Nicolaus provides some information on the Allegiant Air evacuation discussed in episode 21. The short NTSB report is here

Luis has some questions on Gibraltar.

And finally Jacob in Australia has a question about license conversion and finding a job in the UK. The job website ppjn.com is a useful tool as is the CAA publication LASORS.

If you have any thoughts or questions you'd like to share, please email feedback@planesafetypodcast.com, visit www.planesafetypodcast.com or find me on Facebook & Twitter (@psafetypodcast)

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Fly safe,

Pip

 

Direct download: ep29final.mp3
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