Apr 8, 2019
Episode 67 Show Notes
Topic of the show: Feedback catch up time!
Timely Feedback: Bucket list items from Kilo Kilo! Compete my Multi-Engine Instrument Commercial Rating, 2nd: Get a ride in a P51, 3rd: Land an airplane in all 50 States, 4th: Fly in every type of airline aircraft currently in service, I've already got most of the easy ones, what I'm missing are the wide body's and finally visit KFFA otherwise known as First Flight in North Carolina.
1. Charlie Hotel left some kind words about the show! Thank you, Mom.
2. Joe the Airbus Guy had a center question and FF from “Frozen Tundra Center” answered!
3. Kilo Sierra left audio feedback using SpeakPipe about transitioning to helicopters!
4. Charlie Mike from Alaska is a new CFI, congratulations. BE18! Great audio feedback. Thank you, CM!
5. Another Charlie Mike left kind words about the show. Thank you, CM2!
6. Papa Lima left several questions he had been saving! Thank you, PL!
8. Sierra Lima asks about aircraft type in the initial call-up. Great question, SL, thanks!
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