Podcasts

GAMA Says More Airplanes In Europe Than Thought »

At Aero in Friedrichshafen, Germany, this week, GAMA president Pete Bunce said the association's research has revealed there are many more GA aircraft in Europe than were originally though. In this exclusive podcast with AVweb, he said knowing the accurate count has safety implications. More

Podcast: Lycoming's Michael Kraft on Fuel Progress

Lycoming's Michael Kraft on Fuel Progress »

At Aero in Friedrichshafen, Germany, this week, Lycoming's Michael Kraft told AVweb the FAA reauthorization bill currently snaking through congress has specific language giving the FAA administrator power to declare a fuel suitable for the entire GA fleet. Hear more in this exclusive podcast. More

Podcast: Rhett Ross On Continental's Diesel TBR Move

Rhett Ross On Continental's Diesel TBR Move »

Continental Motors' Rhett Ross shared some developments in the company's TBR program for diesel engines at Aero this week. We were on hand to ask questions and learn how the program works. More

Podcast: Daniel Preston, CEO Of Luminati Aerospace

Daniel Preston, CEO Of Luminati Aerospace »

Daniel Preston and his crew turned up at Sun 'n Fun this week with a pretty little one-seat airplane, its long wings covered in solar cells. He talks with AVweb's Mary Grady about the airplane's genesis, its performance, and his future plans for the design. More

Podcast: Chris D'Acosta On The Evolution Of Swift Fuel

Chris D'Acosta On The Evolution Of Swift Fuel »

A viable replacement for 100LL seems closer than ever and with the announcement that Swift Fuel can compete at low-lead's price point, it's looking more and more likely to end up in your tank before the decade is out. We spoke with Swift's Chris D'Acosta at Sun 'n Fun. More

Podcast: Marc Becker of Rotax With A 915iS Engine Update

Marc Becker of Rotax With A 915iS Engine Update »

Rotax's new 915iS engine, introduced at EAA AirVenture last year, is moving along in development, with first deliveries to pilots expected next year. Marc Becker of Rotax gave an update to AVweb this week at Sun 'n Fun. More

Podcast: Tom Peghiny Of Flight Design USA On Part 23

Tom Peghiny Of Flight Design USA On Part 23 »

The rules that determine how airplanes are certified are changing. Tom Peghiny, president of Flight Design USA, talks with AVweb's Mary Grady about the impact. More

Podcast: EAA Adds Youth Protection Policy

EAA Adds Youth Protection Policy »

EAA Young Eagles pilots fly up to 70,000 boys and girls every year, but until this year there has been no training or formal policy on keeping the events safe for all involved. EAA's Rick Larsen spoke with AVweb's Russ Niles about the new policy and the controversy it's caused with some volunteers. More