Become the pilot you've always wanted to be. AviatorCast bridges the gap between actual flight training and flight simulation to give prospective aviators, current pilots, and even the seasoned flyer new perspectives in aviation.
Through studying Human Factors we learn to combat the worst enemy to our flying success; ourselves. How can we become better aviators by interacting with our airplanes more effectively? How can we overcome the shortcomings of our human condition to make better decisions on the flight deck?
We believe in learning to a confidence level, not learning to a level required by law. When you get a license, you should be ready to go out and fly in those conditions, with those aircraft, and do so with refined skills.
Flight simulators these days are very advanced, and we will discuss how you can sure up your flight training with a home based simulator, giving you limitless hours and practice in IFR with scenario based training.
Learn how to fly, become better at your flying craft, mold into a safer pilot, or perfect your professional skills.
AviatorCast is an engaging and entertaining podcast that is sure to deliver on the topics you care about.
Where I’ve Been — AviatorCast 153
Well, it's been a minute since I've posted a podcast. But, I want to get back into it and share all the things going on. I'll hit the high points on this episode, including:
Busy 2020 Summer Flying
Commercial Seaplane Rating
Got a Hangar!
Bought an Airplane!
Flew to Wisconsin
Sun n Fun 21
Oversaw Final Install
Flew Home to Alaska
Anna Rusinowski: Flying in Canada | Aviation Careers | Women in Aviation — AviatorCast 152
PilotAnnie aka Anna Rusinowski joins us on today's episode of AviatorCast. If you're curious about the differences between Canadian aviation and that of the FAA way in the United States.
Anna has an awesome Instagram and is a very active member of the aviation community. In the podcast we discuss her aviation journey and how she went from wanting to fly, picking a flight school, and eventually deciding to pursue a career as a pilot after some pretty big life events.
"Annie" talks about ways to get through your flight training, how to overcome obstacles, why it's important to take your moment of opportunity, and making the most of adversity when it comes.
Join on this fun podcast with "PilotAnnie".
Ryan Dembroski: SuperAero YouTube | Flying Dad | Promoting Aviation — AviatorCast 151
Ryan is a dad of 2 young kids, has a full time job, is a part time owner of a Cessna 172, runs this great YouTube channel called SuperAero, and is a real force for good in aviation. He joins us on this episode of the AviatorCast podcast.
Rose Dorcey: Flying Grandma | Medical Emergencies | Wisconsin Aviation — AviatorCast 150
Just days from her commercial checkride, Rose suffered a very dangerous and life threatening ruptured aneurysm. It was only minutes earlier that John (husband and CFI) and Rose were landing at KOSH after a training flight. She shares her story on AviatorCast.
Cory Schow: Corporate Pilot & Creator — AviatorCast 149
The journey of a corporate pilot can be really great... or it can be... not so great. Cory Schow gives us a glimpse of life as a corporate pilot, the ups and downs, and how it can end up being one of the best jobs in the aviation industry.
Jake Tishman: New Airline Pilot | Aviation Medical | Perseverance — AviatorCast 148
Find yourself with clipped wings? Jake knows what that's like. And, he knows what it's like to push your way through and achieve your goals. This new airline pilot inspires us with his story of PHD; Passion, Hard-work and Determination.