Tue, 25 August 2015
Thanks for downloading the Plane Safety Podcast. This is a very special episode, recorded live from the Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) at RAF Fairford, UK on 18/19 July 2015.
I teamed up with Carlos and Matt from the Plane Talking UK Podcast to record interviews with some of the pilots and aircrew from many of the aircraft on display at the airshow.
If you'd like to see some of the photos from the airshow then please go to the Plane Safety Podcast facebook page. Don't forget to follow me on twitter @psafetypodcast or if you're feeling generous you can leave a review on iTunes
This is a time index list of all the interviews on this episode (though there is much more content than just the interviews).
8.35 Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) P1 Kawasaki, Commander Osawa
12.38 USAF P8 Poseidon, Lt Cmd Patrick Mitchell
18.44 RAF A330 Voyager, Flt Lt Jase Ore
27.15 British Airways Airbus 318, Captain Tony Payne
35.05 Chat with listener Matty Fab
41.30 RAF E3 Sentry AWACS, Sqn Ldr Kev Simpson
50.46 USAF CV-22 Osprey, Cpt Tony Belviso
1.04.23 US Army AH-64 Apache. Lt Hall
1.12.22 Royal Navy Sea King, Lt James Wallis
1.23.37 Royal Netherlands Air Force KDC-10, Major Andy Van Elfon
1.33.30 Royal Navy Merlin MKII, Lt Richard Knight
1.44.13 RAF A400M, Sqn Ldr Phil Cavey
Enjoy the podcast. I'll be back soon with another episode of the Plane Safety Podcast. If you like to contact the show then please go to www.planesafetypodcast.com or e-mail email@example.com
Fri, 7 August 2015
Another audio diary from my latest tour, recorded from the island of Ibiza. In this installment I talk about wet runways in Ireland, Chinese people singing, drunk taxi hijackers and much more.......
Sun, 2 August 2015
Thanks for downloading Plane Safety Podcast - Safety from the Flightdeck with Pilot Pip. In this episode we're taking a look at SEP equipment in Topic of the week, we have plenty of great squawks and listener feedback in Squawkbox and of course the usual aviation safety related chat and news.
Tony Ingari in Somalia has a question regarding cockpit practices.
James Plumridge has a Piper Cub.
Derek Rowan has a question regarding flying in IMC.
Matt Fabricius has a question on his upcoming PPL cross country flight.
Milad in Libya asks a question about part time flying.
Heath Gleason in the USA has a TotW suggestion - Density Altitude.
David Hogan also has a TotW suggestion and some questions - Turbulence.
If you would like to contact the show, ask a question or share an opinion then please either email feedback@firstname.lastname@example.org or use the feedback page on the website www.planesafetypodcast.com.
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Thanks for listening. Fly safe !
Tue, 28 July 2015
Here's another audio diary from a recent tour. This time I'm on recurrent sim training and I chat a little about some of the issues I face and give a run down of exactly what's involved. Enjoy.
Wed, 15 July 2015
I recently purchased a handheld audio recorder for recording interviews on the go. I took it with me on a recent tour to try it out and recorded a short audio diary of some of the things I've been up to on my travels.
Thu, 2 July 2015
Sun, 31 May 2015
Thanks for downloading episode 13 of the Plane Safety Podcast - Safety from the Flightdeck. A podacst about aviation, flight safety and being a pilot.
In this episode we're taking a look at fatigue ; what it is, what causes it and how it effects pilots and airline operations.
There's also a good number of squawks in squawkbox ;
Capt Jeff has some thoughts regarding the Kegworth Air Disaster
Tony also has a question following the Kegworth discussion
Anthony is thinking about leaving Australia for pastures new
Ray Williams has some thoughts on engine failure management using socks !
Controller Vlad says hello from Moscow
Erica Siwo suggests the American Airlines crash of AA1420 as a topic for future discussion
Andrew Barber has some thoughts regarding the different types of flying and the MPL (multi pilot license)
Adam Knight from the 'Go Flying Australia' podcast says g'day. You can find his great podcast at Go Flying Australia
If you have a question or something you'd like to share you can send your squawks to the show at email@example.com or via the 'squawkbox' page on the new website
I'm also now on twitter #psafetypodcast and of vourse on Facebook
Until the next episode, take care & fly safe !
Thu, 30 April 2015
I had a little bit of storage left over so I thought Id use it and make a quick round up of some of the latest news stories. Unfortunately I had to compress the file down to quite a low bit rate to make it fit, so the sound quality may not be great Sorry.
Anyway, there is a catch up with the latest for the search of MH370.
FAA cuts the Indians some slack.
Turkish A320 in hard landing incident. http://youtu.be/j9D-X918I8c http://youtu.be/Sy-UtJG3uLU
Aerotoxic syndrome is back in the news
And American Airlines has some ipad problems.
Enjoy and fly safe,
Sat, 25 April 2015
In this episode of Plane Safety Podcast we look at the Kegworth Air Disaster of 1989.
We have some great Squawks in Squawkbox and the usual scattering of chat, poor comedy and musical tomfoolery.
Intro & outro music by the legendary Geoff Whitehorn.
The AAIB full accident report following the Kegworth crash can be found at https://www.gov.uk/aaib-reports/4-1990-boeing-737-400-g-obme-8-january-1989
Mat Guest sent some information on Toncontin airport in Honduras
David Abbey says hi and it reminds me of my time travelling the USA
Ryan Harper has a great question about runway lengths.
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Remember to like the show on Facebook, I leave regular updates and photo competions on the Plane Safety Pocast facebook page. It would also be great if you could leave a review of the show on iTunes.
Thanks for listening and fly safe !
Sun, 5 April 2015
Join me, Pilot Pip, for this special Bonus Easter episode as I talk about some of the great aircraft at the Imperial War Museum Duxford, UK. No Squawks, no topic of the week, no news, just awesome aircraft from one of Europes biggest aviation musuem.