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Time-in-Flight peels back the layer of mystery that can surround aviation flight training. By interviewing current flight instructors, students and professional pilots who have gone through the flight training experience, Time-in-Flight hopes to provide insight and excitement for those aspiring and currently undertraining the flight training adventure, as aviation students.
 
We will be interviewing, talking about random topics, conversing with people from all different walks of life and their interests. Basically a chaotic approach to podcasting. You ever go off on random tangents with your friends that end up great conversations? Well we're putting that online. Have something to talk about? Let me know at abevyofchaospodcast@gmail.com
 
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Peter Zaccagnino went to Embry Riddle for an engineering degree. While he was learning about aerospace engineering, he was taking flight training and was getting to amass experience with flying sky-divers and getting tailwheel experience initially in a Pitts Biplane and then a Cessna 195, with a rotary engine. He was 19 when used that Pitts to get …
 
Born in Mumbai, India. Moved to New York when she was a little girl. Her first love was music and she can play 7 instruments. Audrey fell in love with aviation at 16 and started going to Embry Riddle to be an aerospace engineer. That’s where she learned she actually wanted to fly and left Embry Riddle to pursue her flying career. She did her Privat…
 
Mike Geyer First was introduced to flying by his father, while he was stationed in Japan for the Navy. His father gave Mike his first discovery flight as a present for his 11th birthday and this was the ‘fish-hook’ moment for him for wanted to become an aviator. After high school he decided to attend an aviation university in Louisiana but after tw…
 
Hunter Dunlap-Getting Commercial during Covid This guest has been on the show before during the 2018 Oshkosh Air show, were recorded under the wing. The reason Hunter has returned to the show is that he has reached a major aviation milestone and earned his Commercial pilots license. As a non-career aviator, Hunter explains his passion and reason fo…
 
In this episode, our guest is James Onieal who has a wide variety of pilot experience from flight instructing at Embry Riddle, flying turbo-props at Colgan Air, Embraers 170s at Republic as well as being the youngest pilot hired and subsequently furloughed from Netjets. He currently does navaid verification flight checks as well as an entrepreneur,…
 
This episode’s guest is Austin Kaminski, who is a native of Northern Virginia and is now a captain at a regional airline. Austin discusses how the National Air and Space Museum really inspired him to pursue aviation as a career. As a child, his father would also take him down to Gravelly Point, which is an area within the National Park Service's Ge…
 
COVID-19 Follow up Episode. In this show Peter Teuten and I look back at our initial predictions of how the Corona Virus would affect the aviation industry back in March of this year. Now in October, we saw that the TSA passenger numbers hit over 1 million in a given day for the first time since the pandemic began. We discuss how it has effect the …
 
In this episode, Hunter and I discuss the service industry. We bitch about crappy customers, tipping, among other things. Then we switch it up to Jiu Jitsu and how knowing a martial art affects the anger or want of someone to fight another person. Along the way we get side tracked a few times so pay attention because that is where the fun is!…
 
This episode’s guest is Bill Sivley, who at age 53, recently earned his Flight Instructors License. The very next day, Bill was flying an aircraft he is part owner in, and experienced an in-air emergency. The engine of his C182 stopped functioning properly. Bill describes what happened in the 5 minutes and 33 seconds that followed and the training …
 
This show’s guest is Tyler Dodson, a Captain that I recently flew with at a Regional Airline. He got his start in flying in high school and perused his aviation career by flight instruction and flying King Airs. He was hired as a regional pilot on his 21st birthday. He made captain by age 24 and is currently writing a book about his aviation advent…
 
Will Kool joins us this episode to discuss how he got into aviation and how in his quest to achieve this dream of flying, took him to many places around the country and to many different jobs, so aviation some not. He also goes on to discuss his unique perspective of the COVID-19 virus, since his spouse is a medical doctor. Will goes on to give som…
 
Welcome to the first special edition of Time In Flight. During this episode, I bring back my former flight instructor and friend, Peter Teuten, to discuss the various effects the Corona Virus (COVID-19) has had on both fractional ownership and Part 121 commercial flying. We take a look at what we have learned and the trends that have been already c…
 
Tom Gavin grew up in Western Massachusetts and remembers during his formative school years what it was like to have his father learn how to fly in the late 1970’s but how aviation was such a strong community for him and his father for the remainder of his father’s life. Even though Tom did not take up aviation himself, he has very fond memories of …
 
In this episode, our guest, Rick Cahill who just changed careers into aviation discusses his story from originally being in the Marines, to working at a Sheriff’s Office full time and then deciding to go back to school at age 35 and get not only a 4-year degree in aviation but get all the aviation ratings necessary to get him a job as a regional ai…
 
Chris Coward is a commercial pilot license applicant, as well as a college student. He discusses the trails, challenges and triumphs of what his journey on the commercial license has been. We also talk about the recent FAA changes to the commercial pilot license requirements and how training for the license has changed. We also look at the various …
 
This episode hosts Rob Evans, who is a long time friend of mine, who, a couple of years ago was inspired to earn his pilot’s license. He currently lives in the Settle area and had to face a host of challenges when it came to his training. This was recorded while his was a still a student pilot. This episode, which was originally recorded during Tha…
 
Recorded on location in Orlando, FL. Stephen Black discusses his path from being a philosophy major to now a regional airline pilot. Stephen went to large flight school where he earned most of his ratings, to where he began his flight instruction. From there, he found a great opportunity to instruct at really small grass field, which proved to be e…
 
In this episode, Captain Mike Swanigan describes his entry into to flight training and how he began his amazing career at Alaska Airlines. Mike discusses the challenges of not only having a challenging first solo course, but also with his not-so-straight-forward entry into Air Force flight training. He talks about how he was able to achieve his goa…
 
In this episode, our guest Jared Keeny discusses what life is like as not only as an mechanic on the airfield but what life is like as a student pilot and how he juggles a full time job, a family with 3 kids and flight training. Jared describes how just because it may seem easy for him to get to flight training because he works right next door to t…
 
HAPPY NEW YEARS! In this episode we explore what it’s like for Enrico to have a full-time job and still find time to be a part-time flight instructor. Enrico has had a passion for aviation for some time, ever since he got first earned his private pilot’s license back in 2003. Since then he went on to get is instrument, commercial, flight instructor…
 
This episode of CascadiaCast is with Laura Goodfellow. A runner since middle school, she started combining her workouts with transit routes when she moved to Seattle and took advantage of citywide and regional connections. With marathon training, most of her runs are six to eight miles but often reach into double digits. She has started attending S…
 
Craig Shaver joins us on this episode to discuss his experiences while flying with the U.S. Air force, serving on the flight crew at Eastern Airlines, working aboard for foreign carriers and ultimately retiring for EVA Airlines as Captain. Craig discusses how those experiences made him a more rounded and worldly pilot. He talks about how working wi…
 
In this episode, Greg Calvert joins the show to discuss his wholehearted journey into aviation. Greg jumped into aviation with both feet, with first getting his inspiration to fly from his father and then finding his vocation by become and airframe and power plant (A&P) mechanic on aircraft. He works on large corporate jets by day and on his off ti…
 
Time In Flight: Episode 10 – Devin Durant On this episode, Devin Durant, who just received his Private Pilots License (PPL) the day before, shares his experience and journey of what it was like to obtain this pilots license. He describes what it was like to start with very little information on how to fly but a deep desire to be amongst the clouds.…
 
This episode was recorded on location at the Oshkosh 2018 AirVenture Air Show, in Oshkosh, Wisconsin with our guest Hunter Dunlap. Hunter is currently a medical resident located in Baltimore, MD. His passion for aviation was strong but now that the he had the amazing experience of seeing what the world’s largest air show has to offer first hand, if…
 
Scott Bonjukian joins Time in Flight as a Co-host from his Cascadia Podcast. Scott is a newly minted Part 107 Remote Pilot. This episode discusses the overlap between manned and unmanned aviation and urban planning design and the impacts that future technology may hold for both urban planners and pilots. This episode also takes us into the flight d…
 
This episode of CascadiaCast is uniquely co-hosted with Hunter Bevis, my older brother and producer of the aviation podcast Time In Flight. By coincidence, for both of our podcasts this is episode eight! Hunter spent his formative years in North Bend, Washington and now resides in Pasadena, Maryland. He recently made a career change from consulting…
 
This interview is with a fellow airplane enthusiast, private pilot and flight school airplane mechanic. Joe discusses how he became interested in aviation and how he started on his path toward becoming an airplane airframe and powerplant (A&P) mechanic. He also discusses what it is like to also a single engine aircraft owner as well. Also, TimeInFl…
 
In this exciting episode, I get to interview the Owner of Action Multi Ratings after completing my Multi-engine check ride in Groton, CT. Ryan Gauthier describes the motivations that first got him into flying and how his passion lead him to seek out an aviation education at a university in Florida. From there he describes the series of events that …
 
Myriam discusses how she got started in Aviation, from her original career choice of being a high school teacher. She outlines how she was able to achieve her aviation licenses using the local airfield by where she was living at the time. She mentions how building a good reputation around the airfield is very helpful when learning how to fly and li…
 
Show Notes for Episode 3: Jay Delozier This episode focuses on what motivated Jay to become a flight instructor and what life is like now that he is one. We take a look of the journey that Jay as been on as he first discovered his love for aviation all the way through to where he is currently teaching students today. During our conversation, Jay di…
 
Welcome to the second episode of Time In Flight. Our guest today spent several years as an active flight instructor and has since moved up the ranks to Captain in a regional airline. Tim discusses how his journey began and why it took him three different flight schools to obtain his private pilot’s license. He then discusses how he went from wantin…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Time-in-Flight! In this episode is an interview with my first flight instructor, turned professional pilot, to discuss his adventures in Aviation. He first describes life in England in the 1970’s and 1980’s and his introduction to aviation. Then he explains what it was like to take a 15 year break from flying and wha…
 
On this episode of CascadiaCast I had a wonderful conversation with Laura Loe (Bernstein), a queer educator, musician, and gardener from Colombia, New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago who has lived in Seattle since 2009. As an advocate for fair housing policies, she adapted the YIMBY (yes in my backyard) movement to Seattle and has more recently take…
 
I had the exciting opportunity to talk with Cathy Tuttle, Executive Director of Seattle Neighborhood Greenways. We took a fascinating dive into her background as a Seattle parks planner, Planning Commission staffer, and local sustainability advocate. A sabbatical in Sweden and her family's challenges in bicycling and walking around Seattle inspired…
 
In this episode I sit down with Michael Maddux, a paralegal and Democratic Party leader running for Seattle City Council in District 4. Michael helped spearhead the formation of permanent parks and recreation funding through the voter-approved Seattle Parks District in 2013. And hailing from Eastlake, a neighborhood that has not seen its fair share…
 
This week I'm joined by Cory Crocker, an active University District resident who helps head up U District Square. The group is working to secure parks and open space amenities as the neighborhood rapidly grows and faces a population boom with the arrival of a light rail station in only six short years. The U-District has a dearth of open space that…
 
Today we start with Ben Schiendelman, a software developer who moonlights as an activist and policy wonk in the realms of transportation and land use. He founded Seattle Subway and cofounded local websites Seattle Transit Blog and The Urbanist. We discussed the future of the Puget Sound, including a vision for high speed rail and the potential impa…
 
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