Last Sunday I had the pleasure of recording a podcast with some amazing aerospace buffs at www.airplanegeeks.com. One of their viewers was interested in learning more about http://www.aeroscholar.com, the University of Michigan Aerospace Engineering department, and AIAA. I was extremely happy to oblige them 🙂
I highly recommend the show to those of you interested in aviation, especially if you have a long commute to work where you’ll have plenty of time to listen.
Highlights of the show:
- Aeroscholar talks about the state of education in the aerospace industry, aeroscholar.com, advice for people interested in aerospace engineering and aviation, and the cool tours that the AIAA at Michigan have been on.
- David Vanderhoof gives us a report on the Space Shuttle swap-out at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum’s Udvar-Hazy Center at Dulles Airport. He spoke with NASA Director Charles F. “Charlie” Bolden, NASM Curator Dr. Helen Morill, and Senator John Glenn.
- Dan spoke with Virgin Galactic’s CEO and President George Whitesides aboard Virgin America’s inaugural flight from Los Angeles to Philadelphia.
- Warbirds Facing Doom?
- American Airlines unions, US Airways announce deal to support merger
- Merged airline would be called American Airlines, headquartered in Fort Worth
- Bates: US Airways has a good plan, American Airlines doesn’t
- A JET FLIGHT PASSENGER’S NIGHTMARE: Delta flight forced to emergency land after bird strike takes out a 757 jet engine
- Business Expert Videos Delta 1063 Mid Air Bird Strike
The hosts were great, consisting of:
- Host, Max Flight of http://www.thirtythousandfeet.com/
- Robert Mark of JetWhine.com
- David Vanderhoof of www.whatjustflewby.blogspot.com
- Dan Webb of Thingsinthesky.com
A full bio for each of these airplane geeks can be found on the Airplanegeeks.com About page.