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Guest Bryce Kujat has been flying since 1999 with about 6000 hours, including night cargo along the Gulf Coast in a C-310 and BE-58. He’s flown Lear 35, Caravans in Africa, experimental Navy surveillance aircraft, and charter in the Caribbean. Bryce holds a glider commercial and instructor license and he flys with the Cleveland Soaring Society. Bryce now flies low level atmospheric research aircraft over the Pacific Ocean for the Naval Postgraduate School.

The week’s aviation news:

Steve Visscher and Grant McHerron provide their Australia Desk report and talk about Tigar Airways and the carbon tax in Australia. Be sure to listen to the Plane Crazy Down Under podcast, and follow the show on Twitter at @pcdu. Steve’s at @stevevisscher and Grant at @falcon124.

This week on Across the Pond, Pieter Johnson talks with Dave Robinson from Aviation Ancestry about that historical archive. Dave is @aeroancestry on Twitter.

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One Response to “Episode 155 – Bryce Soars”

  1. If anyone in the NYC Long Island area are looking for a soaring club, the Long Island Soaring Association (LISA) is a great group of guys and gals. I just soloed 2 weeks ago and hope to add the glider rating to my commercial certificate by the end of August.

    July 29th, 2011 | 3:38 pm