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Plane Talking UK's Podcast

Carlos, Nev & Matt

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Plane Talking UK's Podcast
Plane Talking UK's Podcast

Plane Talking UK's Podcast

Carlos, Nev & Matt

14
Followers
14
Plays
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Carlos, Nev & Matt bring you a weekly Podcast that will focus on the Aviation news relating to us long suffering passengers.

Latest Episodes

Episode 291 - The Cat is Out the Bag

In today's programme we learn about the official announcement of Flybe's name change, there are some serious concerns about security with one of the low cost airline's flights and a Swiss carrier grounds their A220 fleet. In the military we talk about about Air-to-Air refuelling Booms, operational trials begin onboard HMS Queen Elizabeth and Boeing says the TX Trainer would make an ideal light fighter. Chris Griggs shares with us his recent experience aboard an A220 from Gatwick.

118 MIN9 h ago
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Episode 291 - The Cat is Out the Bag

Episode 290 - The Inappropriate Giggles

On today's show we discover that a date has been set for the return of the MAX into US airspace, one idiot glues himself to the top of an aircraft at London City Airport and one EU Airframe is celebrating their 1000th A320 NEO deliveries. In the military there is some amazing footage of a C17 being put through it's paces over an Australian City and test flights for the Navy's new drone get under way. Nev shares with us his recent flight on the Fokker to Antwerp.

110 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 290 - The Inappropriate Giggles

Episode 289 - Certainly Not a Goodyear!

In this episode we learn that passengers on one low cost carrier had to pay for water despite many hours of delay, ground handlers are celebrated after a runaway catering truck almost collides with a regional jet and booking fees are reduced by everyone's favourite Luton based airline. In the military we pay our respects to the B17 crew after the awful crash and a C5 is converted into a flying hospital.

110 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 289 - Certainly Not a Goodyear!

Episode 288 - Saying Goodbye to a Travel Icon

In today's programme we talk to Al about the sad demise of one of the oldest UK travel firms, an experiment begins on biometric boarding with a UAE carrier and a US air frame manufacturer finally gets a bit of good news. Armando shares with us the final part of his chat with the coolest man at the Reno Air Races - George Catalano. Our penultimate interview from Biggin Hill 2019 is with Steven Inch from the RAF Toccano Display Team.

127 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 288 - Saying Goodbye to a Travel Icon

Episode 287 - Smashing Fun With A Suitcase

In today's episode we learn that the in-flight water isn't necessarily fit for purpose, a Luton based low cost carrier are a tad careless with a customer's suitcase and it appears that edible packaging is now actually a thing. In the military there are fresh orders for Sikorsky from the United States Air Force and there's a very heartwarming story of a D-Day veteran who vows to still be parachute jumping when he's 100 years old.

115 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 287 - Smashing Fun With A Suitcase

Episode 286 - Luggage Delays and Security Misery

In today's show we learn that Europe's aviation governing body decide to make their own decisions about when the MAX should return to service, the UK's legacy carrier continues it's battle with their pilots as the fallout from a recent round of strikes continue and one low cost US carrier loses it's court battle over hidden bag fees. Armando sends his apologies from the Reno Air Races and we learn things weren't all that smooth for Carlos when he returned to the UK from Malta.

115 MINSEP 16
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Episode 286 - Luggage Delays and Security Misery

Episode 285 - Check-In Woes

In today's show, we learn about a worrying statistic in the rise of drunk passengers onboard, we say goodbye to a french airline none of us have heard of and one of the low cost carrier's passengers takes the Captain's seat to save the day. In the military the Air Combat Command Airmen are responding to the danger presented by Hurricane Dorian and Canada's options for a new fighter have narrowed to just three.

120 MINSEP 8
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Episode 285 - Check-In Woes

Episode 284 - 60% Operational Capacity

In this episode we learn that one American carrier decides to move their grounded MAX jets to Arizona, the ban on MacBook Pro laptops is extendend and a Gatwick bound A320 is forced to evade a drone. In the military we pay our respects to Pilot Cmdte. Paco Marin and Boeing celebrate the award of just under $1bn for 27 wing replacements on the Thunderbolt. We share with you our first interview from the Biggin Hill Festival of Flight where Carlos talks to Tony de Bruyn from the Bronco Demo Team.

83 MINSEP 1
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Episode 284 - 60% Operational Capacity

Episode 283 - Strikes, yet more Strikes!

In this show we find out more about the various strikes taking place at the moment, our legacy carrier invests heavily in some new mobile equipment and Southend welcome another low cost carrier to their family. In the military there is some fascinating robotic pilot experiments and there's some great footage and the Red Arrows join the Thuderbirds for an aerial parade. We chat to Ben about his Cub and Grant McHerron shares with us his A380 experiences.

113 MINAUG 26
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Episode 283 - Strikes, yet more Strikes!

Episode 282 - A Full House!

In this episode we find all about the Russian 'Miracle in the Cornfield', moronic passengers are at it again thanks to the booze and we learn that one Norwegian carrier has decided to end their transatlantic routes. In the Military there a very emotional moment as an american carrier's pilot flies his Vietnam Dad home and there's good news for the C130's as the majority return to service.

108 MINAUG 18
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Episode 282 - A Full House!

Latest Episodes

Episode 291 - The Cat is Out the Bag

In today's programme we learn about the official announcement of Flybe's name change, there are some serious concerns about security with one of the low cost airline's flights and a Swiss carrier grounds their A220 fleet. In the military we talk about about Air-to-Air refuelling Booms, operational trials begin onboard HMS Queen Elizabeth and Boeing says the TX Trainer would make an ideal light fighter. Chris Griggs shares with us his recent experience aboard an A220 from Gatwick.

118 MIN9 h ago
Comments
Episode 291 - The Cat is Out the Bag

Episode 290 - The Inappropriate Giggles

On today's show we discover that a date has been set for the return of the MAX into US airspace, one idiot glues himself to the top of an aircraft at London City Airport and one EU Airframe is celebrating their 1000th A320 NEO deliveries. In the military there is some amazing footage of a C17 being put through it's paces over an Australian City and test flights for the Navy's new drone get under way. Nev shares with us his recent flight on the Fokker to Antwerp.

110 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 290 - The Inappropriate Giggles

Episode 289 - Certainly Not a Goodyear!

In this episode we learn that passengers on one low cost carrier had to pay for water despite many hours of delay, ground handlers are celebrated after a runaway catering truck almost collides with a regional jet and booking fees are reduced by everyone's favourite Luton based airline. In the military we pay our respects to the B17 crew after the awful crash and a C5 is converted into a flying hospital.

110 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 289 - Certainly Not a Goodyear!

Episode 288 - Saying Goodbye to a Travel Icon

In today's programme we talk to Al about the sad demise of one of the oldest UK travel firms, an experiment begins on biometric boarding with a UAE carrier and a US air frame manufacturer finally gets a bit of good news. Armando shares with us the final part of his chat with the coolest man at the Reno Air Races - George Catalano. Our penultimate interview from Biggin Hill 2019 is with Steven Inch from the RAF Toccano Display Team.

127 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 288 - Saying Goodbye to a Travel Icon

Episode 287 - Smashing Fun With A Suitcase

In today's episode we learn that the in-flight water isn't necessarily fit for purpose, a Luton based low cost carrier are a tad careless with a customer's suitcase and it appears that edible packaging is now actually a thing. In the military there are fresh orders for Sikorsky from the United States Air Force and there's a very heartwarming story of a D-Day veteran who vows to still be parachute jumping when he's 100 years old.

115 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 287 - Smashing Fun With A Suitcase

Episode 286 - Luggage Delays and Security Misery

In today's show we learn that Europe's aviation governing body decide to make their own decisions about when the MAX should return to service, the UK's legacy carrier continues it's battle with their pilots as the fallout from a recent round of strikes continue and one low cost US carrier loses it's court battle over hidden bag fees. Armando sends his apologies from the Reno Air Races and we learn things weren't all that smooth for Carlos when he returned to the UK from Malta.

115 MINSEP 16
Comments
Episode 286 - Luggage Delays and Security Misery

Episode 285 - Check-In Woes

In today's show, we learn about a worrying statistic in the rise of drunk passengers onboard, we say goodbye to a french airline none of us have heard of and one of the low cost carrier's passengers takes the Captain's seat to save the day. In the military the Air Combat Command Airmen are responding to the danger presented by Hurricane Dorian and Canada's options for a new fighter have narrowed to just three.

120 MINSEP 8
Comments
Episode 285 - Check-In Woes

Episode 284 - 60% Operational Capacity

In this episode we learn that one American carrier decides to move their grounded MAX jets to Arizona, the ban on MacBook Pro laptops is extendend and a Gatwick bound A320 is forced to evade a drone. In the military we pay our respects to Pilot Cmdte. Paco Marin and Boeing celebrate the award of just under $1bn for 27 wing replacements on the Thunderbolt. We share with you our first interview from the Biggin Hill Festival of Flight where Carlos talks to Tony de Bruyn from the Bronco Demo Team.

83 MINSEP 1
Comments
Episode 284 - 60% Operational Capacity

Episode 283 - Strikes, yet more Strikes!

In this show we find out more about the various strikes taking place at the moment, our legacy carrier invests heavily in some new mobile equipment and Southend welcome another low cost carrier to their family. In the military there is some fascinating robotic pilot experiments and there's some great footage and the Red Arrows join the Thuderbirds for an aerial parade. We chat to Ben about his Cub and Grant McHerron shares with us his A380 experiences.

113 MINAUG 26
Comments
Episode 283 - Strikes, yet more Strikes!

Episode 282 - A Full House!

In this episode we find all about the Russian 'Miracle in the Cornfield', moronic passengers are at it again thanks to the booze and we learn that one Norwegian carrier has decided to end their transatlantic routes. In the Military there a very emotional moment as an american carrier's pilot flies his Vietnam Dad home and there's good news for the C130's as the majority return to service.

108 MINAUG 18
Comments
Episode 282 - A Full House!