Podcasts

Podcast: Author James Scott On New Doolittle Raid Book (Re-edited)

Author James Scott On New Doolittle Raid Book (Re-edited) »

Author James M. Scott's new book, Target Tokyo, adds fascinating detail and analysis to the famed 1942 air raid led by Jimmy Doolittle. In today's podcast, AVweb's Paul Bertorelli talks to Scott about researching and writing the book. More

Craig Spence On Worldwide Medical Reform »

The International Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (IAOPA) will be lobbying the International Civil Aviation Organization to amend its medical standards for private pilots. IAOPA Director General Craig Spence spoke with AVweb's Russ Niles about the initiative. More

Podcast: With New Autopilot, TruTrak Aims At Certified Market

With New Autopilot, TruTrak Aims At Certified Market »

TruTrak is a mainstay in the experimental market with its well-regarded, sophisticated autopilots. Now, following the lead of EAA and Garmin, TruTrak aims to make its new Vizion autopilot available for certified airplanes. In this exlusive AVweb podcast, TruTrak's Andrew Barker summarizes the product and the marketing plan. More

Podcast: Deland Sport Aviation Showcase

Deland Sport Aviation Showcase »

Deland, Florida, will host a new exhibition featuring sport aviation aircraft and supplies. AVweb's Russ Niles spoke with Jana Philip about the Deland Sport Aviation Showcase at Airventure 2016. More

Podcast: New Murphy Radical

New Murphy Radical »

Murphy Aircraft has introduced the third generation of its high-wing single called the Radical. AVweb spoke with Murphy's Zrinko Amerl about the aircraft and its unique options. More

Podcast: How Much Wriggle Room Does The FAA Have On New Medical Regs?

How Much Wriggle Room Does The FAA Have On New Medical Regs? »

While it's true that the Third Class medical exemption has been signed into law, the FAA still has six months to a year to publish the final rules. Could the agency devise rules to negate the law's effect? We hope not, but in this AirVenture podcast, we asked AOPA's legislative VP, Jim Coon, about just how much slack the FAA has in rule making. More

OpenAirplane Rolls Out FlyOtto

OpenAirplane Rolls Out FlyOtto »

At AirVenture 2016, OpenAirplane revealed a new sister service called FlyOtto. It makes on-demand charter services from A to B available to any public-use airport in the U.S. via tablet, smartphone or computer. AVweb interviewed OpenAirplane's Rod Rakic at the show. More

Podcast: Airbly's Canairy Cockpit Monitor

Airbly's Canairy Cockpit Monitor »

If the age of the piston engine flight recorder isn't upon us yet, you can see it from AirVenture 2016, where Jeff Van West spoke with Chris VanHorn from a company called Airbly. They make a clever cockpit monitoring system that automatically records critical flight parameters and downloads them to a smartphone for storage and analysis. Hear the full podcast here. More

Podcast: The CAF's WASP Project

The CAF's WASP Project »

Heather Penney, the National Program Chair for the RISE ABOVE: WASP project, is a former fighter pilot for the Air National Guard and air racer. She hopes the story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots will serve to inspire young people, especially women. She spoke with AVweb's Elaine Kauh about the Commemorative Air Force's upcoming film and educational exhibit. More

Podcast: CubCrafters Gets Serious About TransitionTraining

CubCrafters Gets Serious About TransitionTraining »

After purchasing every model in the CubCrafters line, TacAero now offers a certified five-day transition course to prepare CubCrafters' customers for the challenges of flying a high-performance tailwheel airplane. Aviation Consumer editor Larry Anglisano spoke with CubCrafters' John Whitish and TacAero's Jeremy Young about the program. More