David Parker Brown, the owner/founder of AirlineReporter.com, joins the Geeks to talk about the week’s aviation news, look back on 2010, and predict the aviation future for 2011. Follow David on Twitter as @AirlineReporter.
David Vanderhoof has his This Week in Aviation history segment, and Pieter Johnson provides an Across the Pond installment. We also answer some questions asked by faithful listener Micah on business jets, fighter airplanes, A320 and 737 variants, and the geared turbofan engine.
The week’s aviation news:
- Architect of airline deregulation dies in NY at 93
- Alfred Kahn’s Legacy: Cheap Flights
- United Can’t Use Continental Code With 70-Seat Jets, Arbitrator Determines
- China’s Stealth Striker
- Chengdu J-20: China’s 5th Generation Fighter
- Janet, Just Tell the Nice Pilot You’re Sorry
- Aero-News Alert: Threats Made Over FlightPrep Coverage
- Aviation Topics To Watch in 2011: Airbus, Boeing, BA and More
Post photo: Dan builds a Lego 737 while we record the podcast.
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/.