The Malibu Guru Podcast features interviews and discussions about all things PA46. We'll talk about everything from PA46 acquisition, training, and ownership to emergency survival stories to just about anything else in the aviation world. If you fly (or are just thinking about flying) a PA46, this is the podcast for you.
Power Settings on a Lycoming PA46 Engine
In this episode, Joe dives into how to operate a Lycoming powered PA46 engine in climb, cruise and descent.
Making the move from a Mirage to the M600/SLS
Piper hit a home run with the M600/SLS. Joe sits down with former military aviator and successful businessman, Phil Soucy to discuss his move from a Mirage to the M600/SLS. Listen to find out if they could identify any downsides to the M600 or M600/SLS.
We sat down to talk with Larry Oeth about his stall/spin training and why we believe it is an important training for the PA-46 pilot. It is crucial to understand the aerodynamics and what the appropriate response is to get yourself out of a dangerous situation.
Nerves of Steel with Dean and Tammi Jo Shults
Dean and Tammi Jo Shults are two of the most genuine people you will ever meet. They join us to discuss many topics, including flying their Malibu, the importance of recurrent training, faith, family and women in aviation.
Tammi Jo's book "Nerves of Steel" releases October 2021, make sure to grab a copy.
Disoriented by Pitot Heat? - David Nelson
David is a super experienced and super interesting pilot who got caught in a weird conundrum that challenged his aviation skills to the max. Hear his story here.......
You'll fly your PA46 better if you have more ratings
Mitch Lenamond flies a Meridian, and even though he's only owned it for a year, his cockpit management and stick-and-rudder skills are excellent. That's not a surprise, since he's got more ratings in his wallet than most other Meridian pilots.
Love to hear what joe has to offer. A very personal favor.
Finally a podcast about advanced / turboprop flying
There is a shortage of podcasts (and information in general) on the more advanced aircraft, such as Piper Malibu(s), Jetprop(s) and the Meridian / M500, M600 class of aircraft. Casey Aviation and their team have extensive knowledge of these aircraft and are super helpful.