Welcome to the AviatorCast Podcast!
We fly a new episode of flight training, flight simulation, and interviews each week.
For comments, show-notes, useful links, transcripts and more, visit the episode page in the episode link above. See a full list of episodes here.
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Submitting a Question or Story
Aviation is a HUGE topic, so why not ask me a question directly? Also, do you have a cool aviation story you want to share? I think you probably have a bunch of questions and stories, so I made a super easy way for you to ask or tell- with your own voice- right on the actual podcast!
Here are some guidelines to ensure your question/story is qualified to be featured on the show.
- Please keep your question under one minute in length. Stories can go a bit longer, but no more than 5 minutes.
If you have a website and URL, you’re allowed to share it only once during the recording. For example: “Hi, my name is Bob Hoover. I have a website called iFlyAirplanes at iFlyAirplanes.com. My question is…”
Spammy, disrespectful, or deeply private questions will not be considered for the podcast.
Now it’s time to record your message. It’s really easy. Just use the tool below to record, listen, and submit your question. It’s that easy!
Also note that it’s impossible for me to get to everyone’s question—you may not receive a direct response to your question. I will answer qualified questions as they come, but if your question has already been asked by someone else, I will have to move on to the next. Keep listening to the show–most questions get answered at some point.
Also, if your request is time-sensitive, then email me directly. It can take us a week or longer to listen to new questions. Thanks for understanding, and thanks for listening!