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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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The UCAP Gang are back home now, and seem to all be suffering from winter sniffles. They talk about a renewed threat of user fees, new proposals for increased security measures on GA, the student checkride experience, and more, on Uncontrolled Airspace, episode #13, "A Pie-Full of Dogs & Cats".

Complete Shownotes here.
Direct download: UCAP013.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:57am EST

The UCAP Gang are right out on the bleeding edge of telephone technology this week as they check in from exotic loactions all across the country. The Sport Aviation Expo, an LSA primer, some news of the week, and more, on Uncontrolled Airspace, episode #12, "Listen for the Race Cars".
Direct download: UCAP012.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:05pm EST

The UCAP gang weigh-in on some of the most notable GA stories from 2006, and how we think they'll play-out in 2007. Fallout from the Brazilian midair. The impact on GA, good and bad, of the dramatic changes from the U.S. midterm elections. FAA funding has been a big story in 2006 and will get only bigger in '07. The GA market is thriving, and that's awesome, but what are the safety challenges of that? Light Sport Aircraft really took off in 2006. Very Light Jets could have been the biggest story in 2006, but they weren't. We also list some things to watch for in 2007.

Complete Shownotes here
Direct download: UCAP011.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:12am EST