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Uncontrolled Airspace: The General Aviation Podcast

Jeb Burnside, Dave Higdon, Jack Hodgson and the rest of the UCAP gang.

News & conversation about the world of General Aviation flying.

The podcast formerly known as: The No-Name General Aviation Podcast
Every two weeks the UCAP gang will gather to talk about all things GA. You can listen-in as some of General Aviation's most knowledegable, opinionated, and plain-speaking characters do some online, hangar-flying. Show-notes can be found at www.uncontrolledairspace.com.

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A little bit different this time as most of the UCAP gang is attending the National Business Aviation Show in Orlando Florida. So we comandeer a bunch of phone lines and internet connections to record the show from Day Two of the three day convention. First we welcome a new member to the UCAP gang, James Wynbrandt. We report on numerous biz jet announcements, some large, some light, and some very fast. Not surprisingly there was a lot of talk at NBAA about user fees. There were some new avionics, and a big number from Eclipse. We also weigh-in on last week's Cirrus crash in New York City. We remember some lost friends. And we celebrate a milestone for a new aircraft.

Jeb Burnside, Dave Higdon, James Wynbrandt, Jack Hodgson

Full show notes at http://www.uncontrolledairspace.com.
Direct download: UCAP005.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:44pm EST

The UCAP Gang got together a little later than expected for episode #4 of their General Aviation Podcast. This time around they talk about the new Secretary of Transportation, the 737 crash in Brazil, they give a preview of the upcoming NBAA convention, and respond to some feedback from a listener. Dave tells us of his experience attending the Bombardier Safety Stand Down. They remember Bader Field, warn about the importance of taking TFRs seriously, and give a review of the movie Flyboys.

Full show notes at http://www.uncontrolledairspace.com.
Direct download: UCAP004.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:18am EST