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It’s been a while since our last episode but at last we’re able to present our latest update with some more great content. First up, Matt Hall joins us once again to look back on his 2010 RedBull AirRace season, discuss the lessons he’s learned and give us his thoughts about 2011 & beyond.
Next up we are proud to introduce our latest advertiser, Flight City Simulator Centre at Jandakot in Perth, with their Boeing 777 simulator. We chat with Richard Zandvliet, the CEO at Flight City, about their various simulators, the courses they can offer for the professional pilot and the packages they have for the general public. Richard also makes a generous offer of a one-hour flight package in the 777 simulator that we can give away on the show (see below).
While Grant’s been able to go flying in some full sized aircraft (check out the photos on our Facebook page), Steve’s been catching up with some slightly smaller aircraft. He’s been out to the Victorian Scale Aircraft Association’s state championships and interviewed John Lamont, Noel Whitehead & David Law from the Packenham & District Aircraft Radio Control Society.
Finally, we wind up the episode some mailbag & shout-outs:
- Peter Baxter wrote in and suggested the brilliant idea of following up some engineers about jet engine issues
- Alex James wrote in from China with some comments
- Camper English from the Alcademics blog is producing a catalog of Aircraft Drinks Menus and, as mentioned in Grant’s Fly Me Friendly blog, we think you should give him a hand
- David Vanderhoof has started his own podcast called the Hitchhiker’s Guide to Military Aviation – well worth checking out!
NOTE: We had some additional content from our Matt Hall interview that was no longer current so we’ve moved it from the episode to our Extras collection. You can find it at our “Extras” page.
Competition: Win a one hour flight package with Flight City Simulator Center’s Boeing 777 simulator
Just listen to this episode to hear a jingle from the past. If you know who owned that jingle, send us an email at email@example.com telling us who you think it was. We’ll draw the winner live on uStream in the near future.