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Stuck Mic AvCast Episode #19 – Personal Pilot Limitations, Flying With A CFI, & First Impressions of Cirrus SR22

This is Episode 19 of the Stuck Mic AvCast, an aviation podcast about Learning To Fly, Living to Fly, and Loving to Fly! Today’s show is all about Personal Pilot Limitations, Flying With A CFI, First Impressions of the Cirrus SR22, Single Pilot Resource Management, Red Tails the Movie, and more!

Pre-Flight

This is the part of the show where we share our announcements. First on the list today is a congratulations to our very own Carl Valeri for his appointment under the Tampa, FL FSDO as an aviation safety representative! Great job, Carl, and thanks for your dedication to keeping general aviation pilots safer.

Second announcement is that Carl and Len of the Stuck Mic AvCast crew will be broadcasting LIVE on Sun N Fun radio Saturday, March 31st at 6:30PM Eastern or 2230 Zulu. You can tune into AM 1510 on your radio for those folks in the Florida area OR find us through the Sun N Fun radio streaming broadcast provided by our friends at LiveATC.net at LiveATC.net/snf! We’re working on some additional air time during the week long event so keep an eye on our Stuck Mic Twitter feed for more info.

And for our third and final announcement, over the last few episodes you’ve been hearing us talk about the Women Fly It Forward event our very own Victoria Neuville is hosting at the Frederick Municipal Airport, Frederick, MD. She’s excited to announce that registration had to close 3 weeks early due to the overwhelming reception and interest by local area women. Some 250 women are signed up to fly at this general aviation event on March 10, 2012 and we’ll be there volunteering and sharing the days events online. Congratulations to you Ms Neuville and your hard work to expose more women to the wonderful world of aviation! Join us for the LIVE video broadcast of Women Fly It Forward on Ustream.

Now onto the show notes…

Cruise Flight

After Landing Checklist

~ Picks of The Week ~

Victoria – Single Pilot Resource Management

Rick – Zinio Digital Newsstand on iOS for aviation magazines

Len – Northern Companion portable aircraft engine preheater

Carl – Red Tails the Movie

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  • StarvingPilot March 6, 2012, 8:14 pm

    This was a really great listen. I really like the ASF Single Pilot IFR training module they have and I think there is one for TAA or Technically Advanced Aircraft as well. Red tails… loved the flying scenes other than that the facts were a little off but fun none the less! Common Sense (uncommon IMO) should rule regarding a pilot’s limitations. I alwas take a CFI for something that is so new I am unsure of how to handle it. If it is a challenge but I am clear on what to do i will fly it by myself or another pilot that has experience with the situation. However, I NEVER push my limits with passengers. Gotta go fly now!

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