The Aerospace Engineering Podcast features conversations with engineers and researchers in industry and academia to reveal their fascinating real-world stories of innovation, and provide a glimpse into the future of the industry by discussing cutting-edge research and promising new technologies. The podcast is produced by Rainer Groh, a Research Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering based at the University of Bristol. Rainer is conducting research with academic and industrial partners (e.g. NASA Langley Research Center and Airbus) on the next generation of lightweight aerospace structures using composite materials.
By Rainer Groh – Aerospace Engineer and Researcher
Breaking Defense’s editor, Colin Clark, did international radio for six years covering East Africa. He’ll bring his dulcet tones and sharp wit to bear doing 15-minute interviews of top lawmakers and Pentagon officials. To add some spice, Colin will also take his mic along to weapons tests, production lines and military bases to give listeners a first-hand taste of the realities of what it takes to design, build and use the weapons we buy. He’ll also cover the major defense shows — AUSA, AFA’s Air Space Cyber, Space Symposium, Farnborough and Paris Air Shows, to name a few — and present interviews and commentary from those shows. Sydney Freedberg, Colin's deputy, will bring his special expertise to bear on the Army and Navy.
By Colin Clark
Hosted by road warrior and travel expert Ed Pizza, the Miles to Go podcast serves up travel tips, news and reviews you can't afford to miss! Whether you're a points and miles newbie looking to book a dream vacation or you log 100k + miles a year and want the low down on new properties routes and planes, we're bringing you the world's top travel experts and bloggers to share their knowledge and insights with you.
By Ed Pizza
At Cirrus Aircraft, we believe all aviators should make learning their lifestyle. In that spirit, the Cirrus Approach Flight Fix has been developed as a bite-sized, episodic flight training series with the goal of inspiring pilots, from rookies to pros, to always make learning an an active and continuous process. Each episode will explore topics that pilots deal with on a daily basis, to include cockpit tech, flight procedures, aeronautical knowledge, airplane systems and anything else pertinent to the General Aviation pilot community. So subscribe, enjoy the show and visit cirrusapproach.com to take your flight training to the next level. See you at the next Fix!
By Cirrus Aircraft
It's our aim to make studying for your recurrent sims or command upgrades as easy as possible. Sometimes it's not that easy to make time at home to study, and let's face it, who wants to spend precious days off reading about work. With the A320 Podcast, you can learn and revise in the car, at the gym or out on the run. Now you can use the wasted time on your commute to make sure you ace your next sim, and the best part is - it's completely free! The only thing we ask is for you to tell all your friends and colleagues and then leave us a 5 star iTunes review which will increase our ranking and get as many people listening as possible.
By Matt & Andy
Recount an exciting chapter in aviation history and the beginnings of the Air Line Pilots Association, the world's largest pilot union and nongovernmental air safety organization, through an abridged retelling of the book by George E. Hopkins, "Flying the Line." Narrated by Corey Kuhn.
By Air Line Pilots Association, International