Hangar Flying Podcast

HF 1: My First Time

In this inaugural episode of Hangar Flying, join two of upgrd.com's favorite pilots - Gabrielle and Steve - to discuss all types of piloting topics. In this first pilot podcast we are joined by Will to discuss

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Thanks for listening!

Disclaimer: The views expressed are the personal opinions of the participants and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers.

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#1
Atif November 6, 2010 at 12:58 am

Great first podcast! For your listeners thought I would share these links because bedbugs are a BIG DEAL! If you bring them home it can be a lot of $$ to get rid of them!

Guide on inspecting a hotel room: http://www.gogalavanting.com/travel-tips/how-to-check-hotel-rooms-for-bed-bugs.html

And a comprehensive information site: http://www.nysipm.cornell.edu/publications/bb_guidelines/

#2
Dave Diamond November 6, 2010 at 07:17 am

Congrats on the new podcast... great listening to your solo stories! Looking forward to your next flight!

#3
pro-CFI November 7, 2010 at 01:52 am

Great job guys! I liked everything except the part of the guest CFI giving free instruction.... seriously? Free? That's too bad for the CFI's out there trying to make a living. Kinda hard to compete with a guy giving the service away!

#4
Gabrielle November 7, 2010 at 02:25 pm

I agree with you, pro-CFI. We have set some limits for Will (ground instruction only, until the end of the year) so we're able to keep freelance flight instructors working for money! Since we're just getting started, we wanted to share an easy way for our inquiring students to get in touch with an accessible flight instructor. We want to show people that they DO have access to general aviation. Hope you stay tuned for the next episode.

#5
Cindi November 30, 2010 at 08:08 pm

Speaking of Bed Bugs, about a year ago my hubby got bites all over his legs at a hotel in OKC. It was pretty nasty. After several complaints, including his own, the company finally changed hotels. The regionals don't put their pilots & crew in the nicest hotels for the reason that they are trying to save as much money as possible. Money is the name of the game. Nice podcast guys! :)

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