Podcast: Play in new window | Download (46.4MB)
Our guest this episode is Jonathan Heckman, founder and writer of the JetCheck.net blog. Jonathan attends Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University where he’s working to a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Business Administration. He’s also a student pilot, logging hours in a Diamond Eclipse.
- Airlines want payouts for ‘overreaction’
- Airlines and Ashes
- Aircraft engine makers, regulators study ash impact
- US Airways calls off merger talks with United Airlines
- With Higher Passenger Revenue, Delta Narrows Loss to $256 Million
- Southwest Airlines posts $11 million 1Q profit
- Spirit Airlines Installs “Pre-Reclined” Seats On New Airbus A320’s
- DOT Denies Requests for Waiver of Tarmac Delay Rule
- Swelblog: Dr. Amy Cohen on Tarmac Delays
- O’Hare to shorten runway
- EADS North America Intends to Submit Proposal for U.S. Air Force Tanker
- See also: EADS KC-45 Tanker and The Real American Tankers
- U.S. Army Unveils UAV Road Map
- ‘Green Hornet’ flies for Earth Day
David provides his This Week in Aviation history segment, and we have a great report from the Airplane Geeks Australia Desk.
Follow the @AirplaneGeeks on Twitter, send us email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a message on our listener line: (361) GEEKS01. We’re also on Facebook.
Opening and closing music is provided by Brother Love from the Album Of The Year CD. Visit his site at http://www.brotherloverocks.com/.