15 episodes

Each episode focuses on the details surrounding a specific plane accident followed by general discussion of air travel.

Plane Crash Podcast Michael Bauer

    • Places & Travel

Each episode focuses on the details surrounding a specific plane accident followed by general discussion of air travel.

    Iran Air Flight 655

    Iran Air Flight 655

    On the 15th episode of PCPC, Michael and Tess unpack the history heavy story of Iran Air Flight 655, a scheduled flight from Bandar Abbas, Iran to Dubai, United Arab Emirates on July 3rd 1988. Michael and Tess discuss Flight 655, the history of Iran in the 20th century, meals on planes, emotional support dogs and touch upon a few other topics in the world of airline news. Follow at twitter.com/planecrashpod Email: planecrashpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: instagram.com/planecrashpodcast

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    • 1 hr 7 min
    British Midland Flight 92

    British Midland Flight 92

    Michael and Tess are back for the first time in 2020 with the 14th episode of PCPC where the two discuss British Midland Flight 92, a scheduled flight from London to Belfast on the night of January 8th 1989. They discuss Flight 92, Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752, the relationship between Boeing and the FAA and touch upon a few stories in the world of airline news. Follow PCPC at twitter.com/planecrashpod Email: planecrashpodcast@gmail.com

    Sponsor links: www.betterhelp.com/planecrashpod

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Air Canada Flight 797

    Air Canada Flight 797

    Michael and Tess take a look at Air Canada Flight 797 that took off from Dallas Fort Worth International on June 2nd 1983 en route to Toronto. The two discuss Flight 797, Christmas travel, "basic" economy, fire safety, paper/mobile boarding tickets and touch upon a few stories in the world of aviation. Follow at twitter.com/planecrashpod Email: planecrashpodcast@gmail.com

    Sponsor links: www.betterhelp.com/planecrashpod

    • 53 min
    Air New Zealand Flight 901

    Air New Zealand Flight 901

    In honor of its 40th anniversary, Michael and Tess discuss Air New Zealand Flight 901, a scheduled Air New Zealand Antarctic sightseeing flight that took off on November 28th 1979. They also chat about sightseeing flights in general, Thanksgiving, gender reveals gone awry, and touch upon a couple topics in aviation news. Follow the podcast at twitter.com/planecrashpod Email planecrashpodcast@gmail.com

    Sponsor Link:

    https://betterhelp.com/planecrashpod

    • 50 min
    Eastern Air Lines Flight 401

    Eastern Air Lines Flight 401

    Eastern Air Lines Flight 401 was a scheduled flight from JFK to Miami International on the night of December 29th 1972. Michael and Tess look at Flight 401 and the supernatural stories that appeared in the years that followed. Follow at twitter.com/planecrashpod Email planecrashpodcast@gmail.com

    • 54 min
    Korean Air Lines Flight 007

    Korean Air Lines Flight 007

    On this episode, Michael and Tess take a look at Korean Air Lines Flight 007, a scheduled flight from Anchorage, Alaska to Seoul, South Korea early in the morning of September 1st 1983. Michael and Tess discuss Flight 007, climate change, Halloween and a few stories in the world of aviation news. Follow at twitter.com/planecrashpod Email planecrashpodcast@gmail.com

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

ruthiepoothie1 ,

Fascinating

Highly recommended. This podcast provides a fascinating account of plane crashes from around the world.

tj hart ,

Excellence

This podcast series is excellent.
Other words to describe it are,
•Brilliant
•Greatness
•Informative

I really cannot fault this podcast.

I think the best part is when you tell us what happened in the cockpit. The amount of detail about what was done and what was said is unmatched.

Request:
Could you please cover Asiana Airlines Flight 214 that crashed into the Seawall at SFO? This was a strange crash that was caused by very strange reasons and had many errors, like the way the pilots were trained and the emergency services at SFO.

All in all this podcast is unmatched
Respect from me, keep doing what you do 😊

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