Episode 169.5 – 2011 AOPA Aviation Summit, Part 1

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This Special Edition of the Airplane Geeks podcast is the first of two parts with interviews from the 2011 AOPA Aviation Summit. This three-day event was held 22-24 September 2011 in Hartford, Connecticut. Max recorded brief interviews with exhibitors, speakers, and participants.

In Part 1, you’ll hear from:

Donald Purdy, ASRS Expert Analyst and CALLBACK Editor from the NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System.

Nadia Marcinko, Founder/CEO of Aviloop, the daily aviation deal website at www.aviloop.com.

Chris Donald from Big South Fork Airpark, www.BigSouthForkAirpark.com.

Ronald Jarmon from Island Air Express, a Panama City, Florida Flight School.

Carl Dietrich, CEO/CTO of Terrafugia, makers of the Transition roadable airplane. www.terrafugia.com.

Randy Gawenda, Sales Representative, Frasca International, makers of flight simulators. www.frasca.com.

Clay Murphy, a pilot and user of ForeFlight, and then Jason Miller,Co-Founder and Principal Developer at ForeFlight.

LtCol Tony Vallillo and Major Stephen Rocketto from the Civil Air Patrol, Connecticut Wing and Thames River Composite Squadron, Groton, Connecticut respectively.

Lynda Meeks from Girls With Wings, encouraging girls to become interested in aviation.

Eileen Minogue, Director of Operations , Patient Airlift Services, part of The Air Care Alliance and working with the Wounded Warrier Project.

Alexander Tock from King Schools. tock172 on Instagram

Stephen Marshall, General Aviation Sales/Marketing Director, Amsafe seatbely airbags

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Opening and closing music is provided by Brother Love from the Album Of The Year CD. You can find his great music at http://www.brotherloverocks.com/.

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