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Guest Rafael Marquez blogs at I Love Planes and tweets as @rafaelmarquez. Rafael and Gavin Werbeloff discuss the weeks aviation news with Max, Rob, David, and Dan. We also have Dan’s interview with David Cush, the CEO of Virgin America, David’s This Week in Aviation, and the Australia Desk report by Steve and Grant from the Plane Crazy Down Under podcast. Gavin reports on the recent San Francisco Fleet Week Air Show. (His photo above.)
The week’s aviation news:
- Planes Don’t Kill People — Plane Exhaust Does
- UAE-Canada trade war escalates
- Report urging use of drones raises questions about fighter jet deal
- Deal with pilots would let Southwest fly bigger 737s, making long routes viable
- NATCA- FAA Collaboration Results in Positive Changes to National Airspace System
- Gavin’s San Francisco Fleet Week Air Show photos
- Will Fly For Food
- Hey! with Dane Golden
- San Francisco Fleet Week Air Show Photos by Gavin Werbeloff
- AirShowFan.com Bernardo Malfitano’s aviation photography site.
- Commemorative Air Force
- Seat Guru
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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/.
Thanks for having me on the show!
Just started listening to this ep during my (short) commute. About burning gas (see, I can speak American!) generating more CO2 than the amount of gas – I thought that odd too when I had to do some calculations at work. Then I realised what is going on. Gas is a hydrocarbon, which is combined with air, and burnt. The carbon from the gas is combined with the oxygen from the air to make CO2. And the resulting CO2 weighs more than the gas used.