2 hr 7 min

Flight 77 - How's My Sick Voice‪?‬ Squawk Ident - an Aviation Podcast

    • Aviation

Recorded on the 05th of May, 2021

On today’s episode, Captain Roger and Av8rTony are joined by one of “Legacy" Airlines' newest captains. Captain Jerry Quinn has survived furloughs, merges, and multiple down-turns. His journey in aviation has followed a path very few have experienced. Together we discuss our latest flight schedules, some recently trapped errors, and the common debate, "will aircraft soon fly themselves?" Jerry then shares his experiences and even a few tales from the flight line here, on the 77th episode of the Squawk Ident podcast.

references:


Should Airplanes Fly Themselves (Vanity Fair article)
Slátur (traditional Icelandic meat)
 Episode 049 - Vikings Take Flight

chapters:

[02:11] Roger's intro

[08:50] Slátur

[10:45] Captain Jerry Quinn intro

[22:00] Ferry Fuel & Pilot Error

[39:00] Good Layover and the Big Easy

[48:20] Jerry's Journey

[54:15] Ab Initio Program with Mesa Airlines

[1:08:12] From RJs is Airbuses

[1:12:30] How Sick Do I Sound?

[1:36:35] Flight Line Issues

[1:39:02] Is This Career Still Worth the Time?

[1:49:34] Blown Tires?





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Intro and transition music & cover art by Av8rTony and produced at Av8r Sound Studios of Southern California.

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Squawk Ident by Av8rTony is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - 4.0 International License


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Recorded on the 05th of May, 2021

On today’s episode, Captain Roger and Av8rTony are joined by one of “Legacy" Airlines' newest captains. Captain Jerry Quinn has survived furloughs, merges, and multiple down-turns. His journey in aviation has followed a path very few have experienced. Together we discuss our latest flight schedules, some recently trapped errors, and the common debate, "will aircraft soon fly themselves?" Jerry then shares his experiences and even a few tales from the flight line here, on the 77th episode of the Squawk Ident podcast.

references:


Should Airplanes Fly Themselves (Vanity Fair article)
Slátur (traditional Icelandic meat)
 Episode 049 - Vikings Take Flight

chapters:

[02:11] Roger's intro

[08:50] Slátur

[10:45] Captain Jerry Quinn intro

[22:00] Ferry Fuel & Pilot Error

[39:00] Good Layover and the Big Easy

[48:20] Jerry's Journey

[54:15] Ab Initio Program with Mesa Airlines

[1:08:12] From RJs is Airbuses

[1:12:30] How Sick Do I Sound?

[1:36:35] Flight Line Issues

[1:39:02] Is This Career Still Worth the Time?

[1:49:34] Blown Tires?





Thank You for Listening! Don't forget to Follow, Like, Subscribe, and Share

Please visit Av8rtony.com for more show content, audio archives, cover art, Squawk Ident gear, audio feedback, and more.

Intro and transition music & cover art by Av8rTony and produced at Av8r Sound Studios of Southern California.

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube user just search Squawk Ident Podcast

Squawk Ident can now be heard on iHeart Radio, Spotify, Amazon Music, Anchor.FM, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Overcast, PocketCasts, RadioPublic, and many more.

Copyright © Squawk Ident 2021, All Rights Reserved

Copyright © Av8r Sound Studios 2021, All Rights Reserved

Squawk Ident by Av8rTony is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - 4.0 International License


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/squawkident/message
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/squawkident/support

2 hr 7 min