Carlos, Nev & Matt bring you a weekly Podcast that will focus on the Aviation news relating to us long suffering passengers.
Episode 350 - The A320 on the 350
In this week's show BA bring back all the best bits to Business & first class passengers, Easyjet start a trolley service to your door & Ryanair want us to Jab & Go.
In the military the Belgian Air Force receives its first Airbus A400M, British Aerospace (or BAE) ends aircraft manufacturing in Borough after 104 years, a the first Russian SU-57 is delivered to an operational unit.
New Year - 2020 Review
In this episode Matt chooses his favourite Plane Truth with Captain Al and Dan Holley as they talk weather, Armando relives our chat with Arial Tweto, Nev reminisces our 300th event at the Renaissance Hotel in London, John reminds us of when Peter Collings joined us to talk engines and Carlos casts his mind back to the Dubai Airshow when he spoke to Randy Tinseth from Boeing.
Christmas 2020 Extravaganza
In this programme our esteemed hosts share their aviation Christmas memories, take part in our annual quiz and attempt to create the '15 days of Christmas'.
Micah brings us his annual holiday message and Nick Codling, Barbara Parish, Andrew Van Der Saag and Ariel Tweto send us their festive greetings.
Episode 349 - Featuring Neil Cloughley
In this week's show Ryanair give money away, a flight carries passengers instead of cargo & a Japanese airline tells you to cut out meals on board to reduce waste.
In the military, a C-130 from a US Advanced Research Agency fails to retrieve unmanned drones mid-air, the mysterious F-117 Nighthawk (which is perhaps not as retired as we thought) starts making its way to locations to be displayed.
Episode 348 - Featuring Jodi Rueger
In this week's show a US carrier turns a profit, we celebrate International Civil Aviation day and one country asks its crews to wear nappies (diapers) onboard.
In the military, we salute Brigadier General Chuck Yeager, the first man to break the sound barrier, and a super hornet crew eject after a take off roll.
In this week's Plane Truth we're learning all about Pilot Licensing.
Jodi Reuger joins us to update us on the challenges that Aviation has thrown at her in 2020.
Episode 347 - The Bees Knees
n this week's show Korean Air are playing with some Lego, we take a look at an airline that doesn't fly passengers or freight and only fly's one way and an Airbus A320 gets a new paint job made of live bees.
In the military the USAF has released the findings of an F-16 crash in South Carolina, the British Army gets some new kit, and Scotland's Loch Ness Monster fails to claim a PBY Catalina as a victim.