76 Cirrus Jet Flying and Training, Aviation ANR Headset Benefits + GA News


76 Cirrus Jet Flying and Training, Aviation ANR Headset Benefits + GA News

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Cirrus Vision Jet Flying and Training
76 Max talks about getting a type rating and flying the Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet. The checkride was to ATP standards, and took ten days in Knoxville, TN. A Waco pilot asks about the benefits of ANR headsets. Max also talks about a fatal accident at his home airport. After bouncing and going around, the pilot said he was too fast. He might have avoided the accident if started a go around sooner.

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Mentioned in the Show
Cirrus Migration 16 Event – Las Vegas, October 11-14, 2018
Operation AirDrop Facebook page
OPERATION AIRDROP NC FLORENCE RELIEF 2018
‘Flux Capacitator’ cited as Airplane Accident Cause
Stan Brock, Interviewed on Episode #31, Died
Order The Turbine Pilot’s Flight Manual on Amazon

Videos
Hand Propping a Cirrus Goes Badly
Vision Jet CAPS Parachute Deployment

News Stories

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75 Mental Health and Stress in Pilots, Seattle Stolen Plane, Blackfly and Sun Flyer 2 Electric Aircraft


75 Mental Health and Stress in Pilots, Seattle Stolen Plane, Blackfly and Sun Flyer 2 Electric Aircraft

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Mental Health and Stress and Pilots
In the news, Max talks about electric aircraft at AirVenture. Then he talks about the rate of depression among pilots, two recent pilot suicide accidents, and two stories where the death of a family member or friend resulted in pilots having in one case a fatal accident, and in the other a pilot deviation. Here’s a link to an FAA page on depression writen by Glenn Stoutt, Jr, who’s an Aviation Medical Examiner. And this is the FAA’s Guide for Aviation Medical Examiners on Psychiatric Conditions – Use of Antidepressant Medications.

Fatigue and Accidents Related to Death of a Friend or Family Member
No Greater Burden: Surviving an Aircraft Accident video
Jay Hopkins article – Flying Magazine column

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Mentioned in the Show
Flying and Life podcast, EP #43
Cirrus Migration 16 Event – Las Vegas, October 11-14, 2018
Simple Flight Radio podcast
“The Columbia” from the Undone podcast, by Gimlet from January 23, 2017.

News Stories

74 Red Bull Helicopter Aerobatics Air Show Performer – Aaron Fitzgerald Live Interview


74 Red Bull Helicopter Aerobatics Air Show Performer – Aaron Fitzgerald Live Interview

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Max talks with Aaron Fitzgerald at AirVenture about how he got inspired as a child to fly helicopters, and how he came to fly aerobatics for the Red Bull Air Force. After serving as a paratrooper in the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division he began flight training in 1994. Next he began flying news helicopters in Los Angeles. Today, he’s CEO of Airborne Images, and he has over 8,500 flight hours. He’s worked all over North America on over 100 film and television projects. He recently joined the Red Bull team flying aerobatics in a helicopter and his debut air show was earlier this week at AirVenture.

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73 In-Cockpit Weather and WeatherSpork app for Private and Instrument Pilots – Scott Dennstaedt Live Interview


73 In-Cockpit Weather and WeatherSpork app for Private and Instrument Pilots – Scott Dennstaedt Live Interview

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Max interviews Scott Dennstaedt, a former National Weather Service research meteorologist talks about how to become a meteorologist, and about the new weather products available in cockpit from SiriusXM and ADS-B In weather services. He also talks about SkewT and the WeatherSpork app for training and trip planning.

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72 Jolie Lucas Interview – Live from AirVenture 2018


72 Jolie Lucas Interview – Live from AirVenture 2018

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Max interviews Jolie Lucas about Airport Advocacy, and what pilots can do to help promote their local airports. She also talks about what she and other pilots have done to save Oceano Airport in California from developers who wanted to close the airport. She also talks about the Mooney Ambassadors group she founded, and the movie she helped make about Mooney Aircraft called Boots on the Ground.

Mentioned on the Show
California Pilots Association
Oceano Airport Page
Friends of Oceano Airport
Movie Night – August 25, 2018
Jolie Lucas – AOPA Blog
Got to Get that rating – IFR
Mooney
Mooney GirlsRight Seat Ready companion seminar
Don Maxwell Aviation – Mooney Service Center
Boots on the Ground Movie

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71 Vicky Benzing Air Show Pilot Interview – Live from AirVenture 2018


71 Broadcasting live video from AirVenture – Watch Us Live on Facebook

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Max interviews Air Show pilot Vicky Benzing about how she first got interested in flying, and how she progressed to flying in air shows and as a racer in the Reno Air Races, where she earned the title “Fastest Woman Racer” flying in a one-of-a-kind L139 jet. She also talks about the importance of being a role model for women and girls.

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70 Broadcasting live video from AirVenture – Watch Us Live on Facebook


70 Broadcasting live video from AirVenture – Watch Us Live on Facebook

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Max talks about traveling to AirVenture, the people he met on the first evening, and how you can watch the Live versions of Aviation News Talk that will be streamed this week from AirVenture on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10 AM CDT from the Lightspeed tent. To get notified when the Live shows start, go to Facebook.com/maxtrescott and click the Like button.

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69 AirVenture 2018 at Oshkosh – Jack Pelton, EAA CEO Interview


69 AirVenture 2018 at Oshkosh – Jack Pelton, EAA CEO Interview

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69 AirVenture is the World’s Largest Aviation Celebration. It’s held in July each year in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and it’s run by EAA, the Experimental Aircraft Association. Over 10,000 airplanes fly in for the event, 40,000 people camp on the campgrounds, and over 500,000 people attend the week long show. AirVenture is the best of everything about aviation, and it’s a must visit destination for every pilot.

Jack Pelton is the Chairman of the Board and CEO of EAA, and he’s the former CEO of Cessna Aircraft Company. Before that, Jack was Cessna’s Senior VP of Engineering. While at Cessna, he was an active advocate for GA, often meeting with members of Congress about general aviation issues. Today that work still continues for Jack and his staff, as advocacy is just one of many facets of the Experiment Aircraft Association.

Jack talks first about what’s special and unique about EAA. He then discusses some of the advocacy issues that the association is currently involved in, including STCs that allow avionics for experimental aircraft to be used in certificated aircraft, and future changes needed for the Light Sport Aircraft category. Jack then talks about the many activities planned for AirVenture 2018. These include the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force and a visit by the Gloster Meteor, the oldest flying Jet. The only flying XP-82, a twin fuselage Mustang, is also expected to fly to the show. The “One Week Wonder,” returns this year, in which show attendees help build a Vans RV-12 during the week and then see it fly on Sunday.

Other events include:
Doc – B-29, one of two flying in the world
Pilot Proficiency Center
Annual Salute to Veterans & Honor Flight to D.C.
Innovation Day – Tuesday
Founder’s Innovation Prize
Women Venture Day – Wednesday
KidVenture & Aviore Superhero
Night AirShows on Wednesday and Saturday
Twilight Night Fest on other evenings
Aircraft Rides – B-17, Ford Tri-Motor, Bell 47
Seaplane Base
EAA Museum

Mentioned in the Show
AirVenture Planning Site
Tedx Talk, by EAA’s Dick Knapinski on AirVenture
EAA AirVenture App – iPhone/iPad
EAA AirVenture App – Android
Join EAA – $10 Off Offer

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68 10 Things to Know about the Impossible Turn after a Takeoff Engine Failure Emergency + GA News


68 10 Things to Know about the Impossible Turn after a Takeoff Engine Failure Emergency + GA News

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The Impossible Turn
10 Things to Know after a Takeoff Engine Failure Emergency
#1 When the engine quits on takeoff, land straight ahead. Don’t turn back to the runway unless you have no other good options.
#2 Understand that Your Lizard Brain will take over in an Emergency And will tell you to turn back to the runway.
#3 Understand that people die trying the impossible turn
#4 Teaching and practicing the impossible turn at low altitude is malpractice!
#5 There is almost always a better alternatives than turning back to the runway.
#6 It’s NOT a 180 degree turn to go back to the runway—it’s far more complicated than that.
#7 Choosing the optimal bank angle to get back to the runway will be very tricky.
#8 The steeper your bank angle, the more rapidly stall speed rises.
#9 You might not make it back to the runway, and if you do, you’ll be landing with a tailwind.
#10 Always do a pretakeoff briefing Before you take off.
Max’s Blog article on the Impossible Turn
Max’s Blog article – Impossible Turn Part II
NTSB Report – Impossible Turn Livermore, CA
NTSB Report – Impossible Turn Cirrus SR20

Max answers a listener question about about pilot statistics, how many pilots there are, how many are women, and how many pilots have instrument ratings.

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Mentioned in the Show
Part 61 Changes – 53 page PDF
Instrument Flight Procedures Information Gateway
Luke AFB SATR
U.S. Civil Airmen Statistics

News Stories
Two flight school employees in Redding, CA charged with kidnapping and other charges related to trying to force a student pilot to return to China.

67 Top Ten Lessons from Delta 192 – Naked Man on the Runway at Atlanta Airport


67 Top Ten Lessons from Delta 192 – Naked Man on the Runway at Atlanta Airport

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Summary
There are many lessons that pilots can learn from the incident in Atlanta in which a man climb up on the wing of an arriving airliner, jumped off, and ran naked onto the runway.
1. There’s always something new that happens you’ve never seen before.
2. Early information is often is often incorrect.
3. When something very out of the ordinary happens, Stop immediately.
4. Shut down your engine.
5. Don’t start up again until you’re absolutely sure everyone is clear the area.
6. Relay information about things you see that others may not see.
7. If there’s any doubt about the condition of the plane, don’t start up without having someone inspect the aircraft, and consider having it towed.
8. Re evaluate your original plan based on what has just happened.
9. Defer to tower to sort things out….that’s their job
10. Be patient, its going to take time for things to get unsnarled. 11. Enjoy the show!

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Mentioned in the Show
Aviation News Talk dedicated app – iOS
Aviation News Talk dedicated app – Android
Live ATC app for iOS
Live ATC app for Android