A few years ago, a new generation of aviation enthusiasts was watching planes on their first flight.
They were thrilled to be able to look at the planes from a different angle and to experience a little of the history of the airplanes.
Now, more than ever, that same passion is being channeled into a new era of aviation.
There’s the old, the new and the curious, the adventurous, the nostalgic and the adventurous.
But if you’re not sure what to watch, what to read or what to listen to, there are several options.
Here are some of our favorite, and most intriguing, aviation radio shows.
(All times Eastern.)
The Aviation Hour With Dan Dierdorf and the Aviation Hour’s Dan Diersdorf are joined by air traffic controller and frequent contributor Dan Auerbach, and they talk about the air traffic system and what’s happening with it.
Dan has worked on many different projects for the FAA, and this is his first time talking about aviation in this context.
He starts with what he knows, and then he looks at what the FAA is trying to do, how it’s working, and what the implications of that might be for us all.
Then he explains what the air safety experts are trying to accomplish and what they’re not trying to achieve.
Then Dan goes into the weeds, and asks a few questions.
Topics include the evolution of the air-traffic control system, the role of radar and other systems in controlling aircraft, the dangers of cockpit doors and doors that open, how the systems work together and how they could be improved.
Then, Dan gets down to business.
The Airline Podcast With Dan Aue and Dan Auzier, the Aviation Radio Podcast, is the home of all things aviation, from aviation-related podcasts to aviation history, the history and current trends of aviation, the latest news from the aviation industry and much more.
In addition to the podcast, the Auziers host this weekly program, which includes podcasts about aviation topics, aviation history and aviation industry news, and the Aue/Auzier podcast archive.
Topics on the show include aviation history in the United States and around the world, aircraft systems, air traffic control, and much, much more!
It’s a show everyone will love.
The Aviation Podcast With The Aviation Radio Show, the aviation-themed podcast, features Dan Aul, Dan Dijerme, Jeff Jackson, Chris O’Neill, and many others, and it’s the longest running aviation podcast on the internet.
It’s hosted by Jeff Jackson and includes the Aul family of hosts, Dan Aude and Dan Dyerme, and is part of the podcast network that also includes the popular Flight 93 Podcast.
Topics included in the show, such as aviation history around the globe, aviation safety, aviation technology, aviation issues and the history, and current events in the aviation world.
The podcast also includes a large archive of aviation related podcasts.
Topics discussed include aviation technology and the role that technology plays in aviation, aircraft technology, the future of aviation and much much more, as well as a huge range of aviation news, aviation events and industry topics.
It is available for streaming, download, and download on Apple Podcasts and on other devices.
You can subscribe to the show on Apple podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Soundcloud and elsewhere.
Listen on your phone, computer, or computer speaker.
Auzie & Dan Ausz, Airplanes & Air Traffic Control with Dan Auth & Dan Eck, Dan’s dad, and Dan’s brother, Dan Eck.
Dan and Dan take a tour of the ATSC tower and discuss the ATC’s role in the FAA’s decision making process.
They then get into the nuts and bolts of how the A&D system works, and why it’s important to follow all the rules and regulations.
Topics covered include: what is the A-12 and what are the rules for it?
what is an A-10 and how does it work?
what are air traffic controllers and what is their role?
what’s an ATC and why does it matter?
how do ATCs interact with each other?
what does an A&P look like?
where does the AU-13 fit in the Atsc system?
where is the control tower located?
where are the airport gates?
how can I use the Au-13?
what happens if you try to land at a control tower?
what if the AUA gets a call about an air traffic emergency?
What if you get a call at a tower about an emergency and you can’t get there?
How does the system work?
How do you get from one ATC to the other?
What happens if the tower has trouble getting to a person in trouble?
How many A&Ds can you have in the same tower?
What is an airport gate?
What does the control