Episode 82 – Rainbows and Unicorns

Guest Martin Rottler talks about aviation education and how exposure to flying affects academic performance by young students. Martin is an airline business junkie, and an FAA licensed commercial pilot for single and multi-engine aircraft, a CFI, and he holds an Instrument Rating. Currently, Martin is a graduate student working on a Master’s Degree at the University of North Dakota. He blogs at http://martinrottler.com/.

David Vanderhoof has another This Week in Aviation, Steve Visscher and Virtual Grant McHerron from the Plane Crazy Down Under podcast have their Australia Desk report, and Court has another Whiskey Tango Foxtrot segment.

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This episode’s opening and closing music is provided by Brother Love from the Album Of The Year CD. Visit his site at http://www.brotherloverocks.com/.

2 thoughts on “Episode 82 – Rainbows and Unicorns

  1. Alfred

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  2. JB Pilot

    I am not able to listen to Martin’s podcast (having player problems). A shame really, since I would have loved to listen to what he had to say about aviation education. We are in the flight training business ourselves, and look forward to aviation education updates. Anyway, I tried clicking on the link to Martin’s website, but it appears his site is no longer active. So I guess I’m stuck with you guys. Not a bad thing, as I’m an airplane geek myself. As soon as I figure out the problem with my player, I’ll make tuning into your pod casts a daily habit.

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