Fri, 9 April 2010
We have made it to Lucky Episode 7! However I dropped the ball and ended up not being able to participate in this show. But Al and Tony forged ahead and created a great show! They tell us a bit about the iPad and what it will be coming out with soon.
Song of the week is by Jefferson Airplane called Blues From An Airplane.
Website of the week is Patricks Aviation.
Destination of the week is the Alvord Desert in Oregon!
Movie of the week is a silent movie called Wings. You can check out the first part and follow through to the others here
You can get a hold of us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Until next time, clear skies and tailwinds!
Thu, 1 April 2010
Welcome back to Hangar49 the podcast that is geared for Pacific Northwest pilots.
In episode 6 we meet John Hubbard. John tells us about Nanaimo Airport and what has become of the fees the airport wanted to charge. Nanaimo is also our destination of the week. You can see more about this airport at Nanaimo Airport's info page.
You can check out the Website of the Week at UND's Aerocast.
Song of the week is from Lighthouse. It is called One Fine Morning.
John guided us to a terrific teaser for a documentary called The Long Way Home. It is the story about the Pacific Clipper and how it flew to safety. I can't wait to see the documentary!
The Movie of the week is The Blue Max.
Until next week, blue skies and tailwinds.
Fri, 26 March 2010
Welcome to episode 5!
This time around Tony gives an update Nanaimo Airport and their landing fees. Al gives us an update on the Washington Airplane tax.
Al and I give a trip report on our flight to Seattle and back. Fish $ Chips never tasted better!
The website of the week is Places To Fly . Finally a website that allows us to look up Canadian Airports!
The Music of the week is Pink Floyd's Learning To Fly . I like the video in the link better than the original that was aired on MTV.
The Movie of the week is One Six Right . We love the history of the Van Nuys Airport. This is a movie worth watching!
We also got asked to provide material for Arlinton Fly-in Radio at the Arlington Fly-in this summer! So if you are lucky enough to attend the Arlington Fly-in you can be entertained (or bugged) by The cast of Hangar49! :)
Until next time, blue skies and tailwinds.
Fri, 19 March 2010
Well after a short break we are back!
In episode 4 Al, Tony, and I discussRisk Management as told by Spokane Turbine Center.
This is one of the accidents we discussed. Beware, it is a difficult video to watch: L19 Crash
The hunt for Colton Harris-Moore.
Airfield Estates Winery I like good wine!
Music of the week: Sons Of Maxwell - United Breaks Guitars
We always like to hear form our listeners. So if you have any questions or suggestions or just want to say hello send us an email at email@example.com.
You could also say hello to use on our favorite aviation forum: Pacific Northwest Flying Forum
Until next time, blue skies and tailwinds.
Fri, 5 March 2010
Welcome to episode three!
In this episode we talk about kids in the tower, retiring Sully, Candian charts, and of course our regular chatter.
During our show we talk about http://skyvector.com/ for flight planning.
Our song of the week is by Keely Smith. She sings a great version of 'Fly me to the moon'. You can find it on iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/keely-smith/id357762
Cavanaugh Bay is our destination of the week. 66S is the designator. http://airnav.com/airport/66S
The aviation auction Tony was talking about is at the following link then click "Specialty" http://www.doddsauction.com/
You can contact us at Hangar49@comcast.net
Until next week for Al, Tony and myself, blue skies and tail winds.
Thu, 25 February 2010
Episode 2 2/25/10
This Episode we let you Mmeet our buddy, Tony Roberts. He talks about flying in CCanada and the challenges the Olympics has created.
Tony's Aviation Music Moment: Stephen Stills - Tree Top Flyer - video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUmIO_MG5IU
Other cool videos can be found on http://www.alexisparkinn.com
Tony talks about the winery in the family. It was called Summerhill Pyramid Winery located in Kelowna. Check out the website at:http://www.summerhill.bc.ca/
I also found that it is NOT Hotdog Brown but Harpdog Brown. Check him out at http://www.harpdogbrown.com/default2.htm
Destination of the week: Kelowna / CYLW. I tried to find it in Airnav but I guess it is only USA. So here is the what I did find: http://www.fltplan.com/AirportInformation/CYLW.htm
Well I think that is it for now. I hope I didn't forget anything. As always you can find us hanging out at http://www.pacificnorthwestflying.com .
We are on Itunes and I hope to have us on Zune soon. Please let us know what you think. You can contact us at Hangar49@comcast.net.
Thu, 18 February 2010
This is episode one of Hangar49. Our podcast is geared towards the Pacific Northwest pilots.
Our favorite forum is http://www.pacificnorthwestflying.com/index.php
Check out the Arlington Fly-in at http://www.arlingtonflyin.org/