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Time-in-Flight peels back the layer of mystery that can surround aviation flight training. By interviewing current flight instructors, students and professional pilots who have gone through the flight training experience, Time-in-Flight hopes to provide insight and excitement for those aspiring and currently undertraining the flight training adventure, as aviation students.

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Time-in-Flight peels back the layer of mystery that can surround aviation flight training. By interviewing current flight instructors, students and professional pilots who have gone through the flight training experience, Time-in-Flight hopes to provide insight and excitement for those aspiring and currently undertraining the flight training adventure, as aviation students.

    Episode 23: (Special Edition) Corona Virus [COVID-19] and Its Effects on Aviation

    Episode 23: (Special Edition) Corona Virus [COVID-19] and Its Effects on Aviation

    Welcome to the first special edition of Time In Flight. During this episode, I bring back my former flight instructor and friend, Peter Teuten, to discuss the various effects the Corona Virus (COVID-19) has had on both fractional ownership  and Part 121 commercial flying. We take a look at what we have learned and the trends that have been already changing the aviation world as we know it. We also ask some hard questions about where we see these trends leading and what some of the possible outcomes will be

    • 27 min
    Episode 22: Tom Gavin - Growing Up With His Father Learning to Fly and the Aviation Impressions It Made

    Episode 22: Tom Gavin - Growing Up With His Father Learning to Fly and the Aviation Impressions It Made

    Tom Gavin grew up in Western Massachusetts and remembers during his formative school years what it was like to have his father learn how to fly in the late 1970’s but how aviation was such a strong community for him and his father for the remainder of his father’s life.  Even though Tom did not take up aviation himself, he has very fond memories of the love his father had for it and the new friends that it brought into their lives.

    • 34 min
    Episode 21: Michael Ancel - Earning Aviation Ratings while Starting College

    Episode 21: Michael Ancel - Earning Aviation Ratings while Starting College

    This episode focuses on Michael Ancel, who at age 21 is working on his commercial pilot’s license, during his freshman year in college.  

    He discusses what it was like while earning his private and instrument ratings while in high school, with a full curriculum. Michael also talks about how he selected his major or Aerospace Engineering and why he chose his current college.

    Finally, we talked about a trip to JFK airport in a Cessna 172 to pick up his sister from college.

    • 42 min
    Episode 20: Chuck Lund - From Radio Host to King Air Business Owner

    Episode 20: Chuck Lund - From Radio Host to King Air Business Owner

    Chuck began his professional life as a radio host. During that journey he discovered he loved aviation and wanted to fly. From there he figured out how to get lessons, get a job and ultimately became an aviation business owner. He has also flown for regional and cargo airlines. Now Chuck is enjoying being an instructor for new regional airline pilots.

    • 40 min
    Episode 19: Rick Cahall - From Sheriff's Office to Regional Pilot

    Episode 19: Rick Cahall - From Sheriff's Office to Regional Pilot

    In this episode,Rick Cahill who just changed careers into aviation discusses his story from originally being in the Marines, to working at a Sheriff’s Office full time and then deciding to go back to school at age 35 and get not only a 4-year degree in aviation but get all the aviation ratings necessary to get him a job as a regional airline pilot. Rick attended Middle Tennessee State University’s aviation program where he received all his flight training as well as where he was a flight instructor.

    • 43 min
    Episode 18: Chris Coward - The Final Hurdle of the Commercial Pilots License

    Episode 18: Chris Coward - The Final Hurdle of the Commercial Pilots License

    Chris Coward is a commercial pilot license applicant, as well as a college student. He discusses the trails, challenges and triumphs of what his journey on the commercial license has been. We also talk about the recent FAA changes to the commercial pilot license requirements and how training for the license has changed. We also look at the various avionics packages that he has used along the way as well as some online resources that he has found helpful in finding answers to the aviation questions he had.

    • 39 min

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