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Airwaves Aviation Podcast

Hamilton Winters, Russell Pizzuto

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Airwaves Aviation Podcast
Airwaves Aviation Podcast

Airwaves Aviation Podcast

Hamilton Winters, Russell Pizzuto

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Your window into the exciting world of aviation. Airwaves exists to provide aviators an outlet for sharing their experience and to provide the public with a platform to gain insight into the aviation industry that we love. Hosted by aviators, Russell Pizzuto and Hamilton Winters, Airwaves comes to you bi-weekly to cover industry news, offer training tips, share personal flight stories, and offer shoutouts to listeners. To request a shoutout, email us at info@nspireaviation.com. Blue skies!

Latest Episodes

Ep 9 - Airwaves Aviation - How to Access the Cockpit, Chords, Loose Fuel Caps, NYC Helicopter Crash, Piper Accident, Intern Update, Our New Plane, and More

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell, Hamilton, and Intern, Chandler, answer a question about access to commercial cockpits, discuss what a chord line is and how it plays into aviation, dive into some news stories regarding a near fatal mistake due to a fuel cap, a helicopter crash in NYC and an accident involving friends, photography, and a Piper aircraft. The guys share about their experience acquiring a 1981 PA-28-161 Warrior II over the past few weeks, and offer advice to anyone thinking of investing in an aircraft. Blue skies!

21 MINJUN 20
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Ep 9 - Airwaves Aviation - How to Access the Cockpit, Chords, Loose Fuel Caps, NYC Helicopter Crash, Piper Accident, Intern Update, Our New Plane, and More

Ep 8 - Airwaves Aviation - The Lifespan of Commercial Aircraft, Knots, Drone Regulations and Boeing 737-800 Crash, Our Summer Intern, and Graduation Congratulations

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell and Hamilton are joined in the studio by our new intern, Chandler, to answer a question about the expected lifespan of commercial aircraft, discuss what a knot is and the difference between nautical miles and statute miles, dive into some news stories regarding new regulations from the FAA regarding drone operations and a recent Miami Air Boeing 737-800 crash landing. The guys introduce Chandler, our NSPIRE Summer intern, to share about his experience so far, and they offer congratulations to two students who recently graduated our NSPIRE private pilot course. Blue skies!

13 MINJUN 8
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Ep 8 - Airwaves Aviation - The Lifespan of Commercial Aircraft, Knots, Drone Regulations and Boeing 737-800 Crash, Our Summer Intern, and Graduation Congratulations

Ep 7 - Airwaves Aviation - Flight and Passenger Volume in the US, Traffic Patterns, N-9M Crash, Boeing's $1 Billion 737 MAX 8 hit, Aircraft Maintenance, and Shoutouts

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell, Hamilton, and Evan answer a question about how many passengers and how many flights takeoff in the US each day, discuss what a traffic pattern is and how to correctly and incorrectly fly it, dive into some news stories regarding Cathay Pacific's recent pilot sickness, a fatal 1944 N-9M crash, and Boeing's $1 Billion hit on the 737 MAX 8 grounding, the guys discuss their recent maintenance experiences and Evan's YouTube Channel (That Pilot Guy), and they give shoutouts to a USAF Brigadier General and PSA's newest airline pilot, Kevin Conklin. Blue skies!

22 MINAPR 26
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Ep 7 - Airwaves Aviation - Flight and Passenger Volume in the US, Traffic Patterns, N-9M Crash, Boeing's $1 Billion 737 MAX 8 hit, Aircraft Maintenance, and Shoutouts

Ep 6 - Airwaves Aviation - Jetstreams, Complex Aircraft, Federal Seizures for Fraud, WOW Airlines Shutdown, and Career Day

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell and Hamilton answer a common question about the white trails that airliners leave in the skies, discuss what a complex aircraft is and what three factors constitute it as "complex", dive into some news stories regarding federal seizures of aircraft and Iceland's WOW Airlines recent and immediate ceasing of operations, and Hamilton tells a story about his recent visit with CFI, Kevin Conklin, to a local elementary school's career day where students were inspired to fly. Blue skies!

16 MINAPR 12
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Ep 6 - Airwaves Aviation - Jetstreams, Complex Aircraft, Federal Seizures for Fraud, WOW Airlines Shutdown, and Career Day

Ep 5 - Airwaves Aviation - Runway Numbers, Phonetic Alphabet, Female Pilots and Supersonic Jets, and DPE Stories

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell, Hamilton, and Evan ask a question about how and why runways are numbered and designed, discuss what the phonetic alphabet is and how it relates to aviation and communications with ATC, dive into some news stories regarding female pilots and future supersonic jet projects, and tell a couple of stories about just how tight-knit our aviation community actually is. To request a shoutout, email us at info@nspireaviation.com. Blue skies!

19 MINMAR 29
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Ep 5 - Airwaves Aviation - Runway Numbers, Phonetic Alphabet, Female Pilots and Supersonic Jets, and DPE Stories

Ep 4 - Airwaves Aviation - % of global fliers, Static Ports, 737 Max 8 Crashes, V-Tail Bonanzas, and Congratulations

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell, Hamilton, and Evan ask a question about the percentage of people worldwide that have ever flown in an airplane, discuss what a static port is and how it relates to the aircraft and instruments, dive into some news stories regarding the recent 737 Max 8 crashes and global groundings, reveal the new acquisition that the group just made, and wish congratulations to a new private pilot in Texas and three students who completed their first solos this week. Blue skies!

25 MINMAR 15
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Ep 4 - Airwaves Aviation - % of global fliers, Static Ports, 737 Max 8 Crashes, V-Tail Bonanzas, and Congratulations

Ep 3 - Airwaves Aviation - Flight Speed Records, Ground Effect, Airline Cameras, Diplomacy, and Checkride Stories

On this edition of Airwaves Aviation Podcast, Russell and Hamilton ask a question about the fastest recorded airspeed, discuss what ground effect is and how it relates to takeoffs and landings, dive into some news stories regarding the effect Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un's diplomatic talks have on aviation, how your privacy is being protected with onboard cameras in airliners, and hear checkride stories from a brand new pilot. We hope you enjoy this week's episode. Please subscribe, leave us a good rating, share with your friends, and catch us again in two weeks for episode 4!

25 MINMAR 1
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Ep 3 - Airwaves Aviation - Flight Speed Records, Ground Effect, Airline Cameras, Diplomacy, and Checkride Stories

Ep 2 - Airwaves Aviation - A380, SIGMETs, Shutdowns, and Super Bowl Traffic

On this Valentine's day edition of Airwaves Aviation Podcast, the love of aviation is in the air. Russell and Hamilton ask a question about the world's largest airliner, discuss what SIGMETs are and how they relate to pilots, dive into some news stories regarding the federal government, shutdown, and Super Bowl, and give a shoutout to a brand new pilot. We hope you enjoy this week's episode. Catch us again in two weeks for episode 3!

20 MINFEB 15
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Ep 2 - Airwaves Aviation - A380, SIGMETs, Shutdowns, and Super Bowl Traffic

Ep 1 - Airwaves Aviation - Intro, Longest Flight, Downwash, Solo Stories, Shoutouts

Welcome to Airwaves Aviation Community Podcast powered by NSPIRE Aviation. Coming to you from Dekalb-Peachtree Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, we are a community of aviators passionate about sharing our experiences with you. Bi-weekly we'll come to you with a question of the podcast, aviation term of the week, cover some news affecting our industry, share stories of flying, and send our best wishes and congratulations to listeners on their aviation achievements. Blue skies!

26 MINFEB 1
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Ep 1 - Airwaves Aviation - Intro, Longest Flight, Downwash, Solo Stories, Shoutouts
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Latest Episodes

Ep 9 - Airwaves Aviation - How to Access the Cockpit, Chords, Loose Fuel Caps, NYC Helicopter Crash, Piper Accident, Intern Update, Our New Plane, and More

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell, Hamilton, and Intern, Chandler, answer a question about access to commercial cockpits, discuss what a chord line is and how it plays into aviation, dive into some news stories regarding a near fatal mistake due to a fuel cap, a helicopter crash in NYC and an accident involving friends, photography, and a Piper aircraft. The guys share about their experience acquiring a 1981 PA-28-161 Warrior II over the past few weeks, and offer advice to anyone thinking of investing in an aircraft. Blue skies!

21 MINJUN 20
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Ep 9 - Airwaves Aviation - How to Access the Cockpit, Chords, Loose Fuel Caps, NYC Helicopter Crash, Piper Accident, Intern Update, Our New Plane, and More

Ep 8 - Airwaves Aviation - The Lifespan of Commercial Aircraft, Knots, Drone Regulations and Boeing 737-800 Crash, Our Summer Intern, and Graduation Congratulations

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell and Hamilton are joined in the studio by our new intern, Chandler, to answer a question about the expected lifespan of commercial aircraft, discuss what a knot is and the difference between nautical miles and statute miles, dive into some news stories regarding new regulations from the FAA regarding drone operations and a recent Miami Air Boeing 737-800 crash landing. The guys introduce Chandler, our NSPIRE Summer intern, to share about his experience so far, and they offer congratulations to two students who recently graduated our NSPIRE private pilot course. Blue skies!

13 MINJUN 8
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Ep 8 - Airwaves Aviation - The Lifespan of Commercial Aircraft, Knots, Drone Regulations and Boeing 737-800 Crash, Our Summer Intern, and Graduation Congratulations

Ep 7 - Airwaves Aviation - Flight and Passenger Volume in the US, Traffic Patterns, N-9M Crash, Boeing's $1 Billion 737 MAX 8 hit, Aircraft Maintenance, and Shoutouts

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell, Hamilton, and Evan answer a question about how many passengers and how many flights takeoff in the US each day, discuss what a traffic pattern is and how to correctly and incorrectly fly it, dive into some news stories regarding Cathay Pacific's recent pilot sickness, a fatal 1944 N-9M crash, and Boeing's $1 Billion hit on the 737 MAX 8 grounding, the guys discuss their recent maintenance experiences and Evan's YouTube Channel (That Pilot Guy), and they give shoutouts to a USAF Brigadier General and PSA's newest airline pilot, Kevin Conklin. Blue skies!

22 MINAPR 26
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Ep 7 - Airwaves Aviation - Flight and Passenger Volume in the US, Traffic Patterns, N-9M Crash, Boeing's $1 Billion 737 MAX 8 hit, Aircraft Maintenance, and Shoutouts

Ep 6 - Airwaves Aviation - Jetstreams, Complex Aircraft, Federal Seizures for Fraud, WOW Airlines Shutdown, and Career Day

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell and Hamilton answer a common question about the white trails that airliners leave in the skies, discuss what a complex aircraft is and what three factors constitute it as "complex", dive into some news stories regarding federal seizures of aircraft and Iceland's WOW Airlines recent and immediate ceasing of operations, and Hamilton tells a story about his recent visit with CFI, Kevin Conklin, to a local elementary school's career day where students were inspired to fly. Blue skies!

16 MINAPR 12
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Ep 6 - Airwaves Aviation - Jetstreams, Complex Aircraft, Federal Seizures for Fraud, WOW Airlines Shutdown, and Career Day

Ep 5 - Airwaves Aviation - Runway Numbers, Phonetic Alphabet, Female Pilots and Supersonic Jets, and DPE Stories

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell, Hamilton, and Evan ask a question about how and why runways are numbered and designed, discuss what the phonetic alphabet is and how it relates to aviation and communications with ATC, dive into some news stories regarding female pilots and future supersonic jet projects, and tell a couple of stories about just how tight-knit our aviation community actually is. To request a shoutout, email us at info@nspireaviation.com. Blue skies!

19 MINMAR 29
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Ep 5 - Airwaves Aviation - Runway Numbers, Phonetic Alphabet, Female Pilots and Supersonic Jets, and DPE Stories

Ep 4 - Airwaves Aviation - % of global fliers, Static Ports, 737 Max 8 Crashes, V-Tail Bonanzas, and Congratulations

On this edition of Airwaves, Russell, Hamilton, and Evan ask a question about the percentage of people worldwide that have ever flown in an airplane, discuss what a static port is and how it relates to the aircraft and instruments, dive into some news stories regarding the recent 737 Max 8 crashes and global groundings, reveal the new acquisition that the group just made, and wish congratulations to a new private pilot in Texas and three students who completed their first solos this week. Blue skies!

25 MINMAR 15
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Ep 4 - Airwaves Aviation - % of global fliers, Static Ports, 737 Max 8 Crashes, V-Tail Bonanzas, and Congratulations

Ep 3 - Airwaves Aviation - Flight Speed Records, Ground Effect, Airline Cameras, Diplomacy, and Checkride Stories

On this edition of Airwaves Aviation Podcast, Russell and Hamilton ask a question about the fastest recorded airspeed, discuss what ground effect is and how it relates to takeoffs and landings, dive into some news stories regarding the effect Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un's diplomatic talks have on aviation, how your privacy is being protected with onboard cameras in airliners, and hear checkride stories from a brand new pilot. We hope you enjoy this week's episode. Please subscribe, leave us a good rating, share with your friends, and catch us again in two weeks for episode 4!

25 MINMAR 1
Comments
Ep 3 - Airwaves Aviation - Flight Speed Records, Ground Effect, Airline Cameras, Diplomacy, and Checkride Stories

Ep 2 - Airwaves Aviation - A380, SIGMETs, Shutdowns, and Super Bowl Traffic

On this Valentine's day edition of Airwaves Aviation Podcast, the love of aviation is in the air. Russell and Hamilton ask a question about the world's largest airliner, discuss what SIGMETs are and how they relate to pilots, dive into some news stories regarding the federal government, shutdown, and Super Bowl, and give a shoutout to a brand new pilot. We hope you enjoy this week's episode. Catch us again in two weeks for episode 3!

20 MINFEB 15
Comments
Ep 2 - Airwaves Aviation - A380, SIGMETs, Shutdowns, and Super Bowl Traffic

Ep 1 - Airwaves Aviation - Intro, Longest Flight, Downwash, Solo Stories, Shoutouts

Welcome to Airwaves Aviation Community Podcast powered by NSPIRE Aviation. Coming to you from Dekalb-Peachtree Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, we are a community of aviators passionate about sharing our experiences with you. Bi-weekly we'll come to you with a question of the podcast, aviation term of the week, cover some news affecting our industry, share stories of flying, and send our best wishes and congratulations to listeners on their aviation achievements. Blue skies!

26 MINFEB 1
Comments
Ep 1 - Airwaves Aviation - Intro, Longest Flight, Downwash, Solo Stories, Shoutouts
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