2/21/2021 0 Comments
In this episode we to chat with Chris Palmer from Angle of Attack Aviation (@angleofattack) about some of the risks and planning considerations for his upcoming late February flight in a C172 from Homer Alaska to Oshkosh Wisconsin including special considerations for American pilots flying in Canada. We talk mountains, survival and weather considerations before getting real and discussing how it is normal for even the most experienced pilots to have a bit of apprehension before a big trip like this. If you're a fan of @angleofattack you'll also get the story of how CLLLEEEEAAAAARRR! came to be.
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In this episode we start off by talking about slowing down in the airplane and have an interesting conversation about how COVID has forced us to slow down and re-evaluate how we approach life whether we like it or not. We touch on how communication has changed and share some personal stories. This is an aviation podcast but aviators are also humans and Gord and I often discover interesting parallels that apply to both flying and life on a deeper level.
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This week we talk about how amazing the aviation community is, why it is important to join your National aviation advocacy organization, getting back into the helicopter, my first engine failure that happened last week and a few other things that have been occupying my mine. Really, I recorded this episode so that nobody else would have to be the guest to follow Matt Beaubien form episode 65.
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