Sinopsis

Stories from a Commercial Land & Sea Pilot

Episodios

  • Ep. 10 - Fathers day flight

    Ep. 10 - Fathers day flight

    01/10/2019

    This audio is my father, my son and I flying into Tucson international airport (KTUS). Recorded in June 2019._________Find the podcast on most podcatchers like Apple Podcast, Stitcher, or OvercastReach me on⇢✈︎ twitter: @DesertPilotTrev✈︎ facebook: DesertPilot Podcast✈︎ email: trevor@desertpilot.com

  • Ep. 09 - Redington Pass into Tucson

    Ep. 09 - Redington Pass into Tucson

    01/09/2019

    This audio is my son and I departing San Manuel Airport (E77) flying clockwise around Mt. Lemmon through the Redington Pass into Tucson international airport (KTUS). Recorded in May 2019._________Find the podcast on most podcatchers like Apple Podcast, Stitcher, or OvercastReach me on⇢✈︎ twitter: @DesertPilotTrev✈︎ facebook: DesertPilot Podcast✈︎ email: trevor@desertpilot.com 

  • Ep. 08 - Flying to San Manuel Airport

    Ep. 08 - Flying to San Manuel Airport

    01/08/2019

    This audio is my son and I departing Tucson international airport (KTUS) on a flight to do some landings at San Manuel Airport (E77) recorded in May 2019._________Find the podcast on most podcatchers like Apple Podcast, Stitcher, or OvercastReach me on⇢✈︎ twitter: @DesertPilotTrev✈︎ facebook: DesertPilot Podcast✈︎ email: trevor@desertpilot.com 

  • Ep. 07 - Wright Flight Approach and tower part 2

    Ep. 07 - Wright Flight Approach and tower part 2

    15/07/2019

    This is more audio at Tucson international airport (KTUS) with Wright Flight recorded in April 2019 approach and landing._________Find the podcast on most podcatchers like Apple Podcast, Stitcher, or OvercastReach me on⇢✈︎ twitter: @DesertPilotTrev✈︎ facebook: DesertPilot Podcast✈︎ email: trevor@desertpilot.com 

  • Ep. 06 - Wright Flight Approach and tower part 1

    Ep. 06 - Wright Flight Approach and tower part 1

    01/07/2019

    This is more audio at Tucson international airport (KTUS) with Wright Flight recorded in April 2019 approach and landing._________Find the podcast on most podcatchers like iTunes, Stitcher, or OvercastReach me on⇢✈︎ twitter: @DesertPilotTrev✈︎ facebook: DesertPilot Podcast✈︎ email: trevor@desertpilot.com 

  • Ep. 05 - Taking off with Wright Flight

    Ep. 05 - Taking off with Wright Flight

    21/06/2019

    This is some audio of me taking off at Tucson international airport (KTUS) with Wright Flight recored in April 2019.=====Find the podcast on most podcatchers like iTunes, Stitcher, or OvercastReach me on:twitter: @DesertPilotTrevfacebook: DesertPilot Podcastemail: trevor@desertpilot.com 

  • Ep. 04 - Flying back throught Tucson Approach

    Ep. 04 - Flying back throught Tucson Approach

    15/07/2018

    This is the return from from Ep. 03 flying back from Benson (E95) to Ryan Airfield (KRYN). Find the podcast on most podcatchers like iTunes, Stitcher, or Overcast=====Reach me on twitter: @DesertPilotTrevOn my facebook page that I don't keep up on: DesertPilot PodcastOr shoot me an email: trevor@desertpilot.com Intro music by Planet OrangeOutro music by Duke Ellington 

  • Ep. 03 - Busted the Charlie

    Ep. 03 - Busted the Charlie

    15/06/2018

    This is a flight from Ryan Airfield (KRYN) to Benson Airport (E95) and yes you can hear me bust the class charlie airspace around Tucson International (KTUS). And yes I filed a NASA report for the event.Find the podcast on most podcatchers like iTunes, Stitcher, or Overcast=====Reach me on twitter: @DesertPilotTrevOn my facebook page that I don't keep up on: DesertPilot PodcastOr shoot me an email: trevor@desertpilot.com Intro music by Planet OrangeOutro music by Duke Ellington 

  • Ep. 02 - Coles first flight part 1

    Ep. 02 - Cole's first flight part 1

    15/05/2018

    This is part one of Cole's first flight in a general aviation aircraft. The uncut video of this is on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/LJ_0kfkyjaY =====Reach me on twitter: @DesertPilotTrevOn my facebook page that I don't keep up on: DesertPilot PodcastOr shoot me an email: trevor@desertpilot.com

  • Ep. 01 - Basic Med, Its easy they said...

    Ep. 01 - Basic Med, It's easy they said...

    15/04/2018

    This is a basic med story. You'll laugh and you'll cry, actually you probably won't do any of that.=====Reach me on twitter: @DesertPilotTrevOn my facebook page that I don't keep up on: DesertPilot PodcastOr shoot me an email: trevor@desertpilot.com

  • Road Rage in the Air

    Road Rage in the Air

    05/04/2017

    There has been lot of changes in life, a change of job, I’m not in the military anymore, so that also means a change in location. Arizona called me back from San Diego. Although I was sad to leave this is where we are supposed to be. We moved to Marana a town on the north side of Tucson it’s a great location close to work and family and best of all it is only a 10 min drive from Marana Regional Airport. The airport has 2 interesting runways 12-30 which is the long almost 7000’ runway and the shorter almost 4000’ 03-21. Most of the time the traffic favors 12.Shortly after moving to Marana I was at the park or out walking with my son I wanted to know what was going at the airport. I’m not directly under the pattern but I can see most of the planes on downwind. So I put up an antenna in my attic wired it my aviation handheld and then to a computer and steamed it online through LiveATC.net. Just a side note if anyone wants to do that liveatc is super helpeful at getting it all set up it makes it really easy.So fo

  • Champ Story on Airplane Geeks

    Champ Story on Airplane Geeks

    22/01/2013

    If you are like me you listen to a plethora of aviation podcasts. I think some of the best aviation news comes from them and they stay on the topic I most care about most... aviation. A few months back I was listening to an episode of the Airplane Geeks Podcast and they were talking about the airplane of the week. One of the choices was the Aeronca Champ.If you didn't know back in the fall of 2008 I received my tailwheel endorsement in a red 1942 7AC Aeronca Champ. I don't think I've loved and airplane more then the Champ. I think it's a smilier experience to a first car or girl friend you never seem to forget it. Flying the Champ is real stick and rudder flying. Like any tail dragger you have to be quick on the rudder peddles but not hard I can still hear my instructor saying toe pressur that's all you need to control the rudder, sometimes not even that much just thinking about adding left or right rudder would do the trick. There is

  • Twas the night before Christmas, and out on the Ramp

    T'was the night before Christmas, and out on the Ramp

    22/12/2012

    This poem has been around the internet a while and probably on paper longer. Just a quick search I found it on AvWeb in 2006 and on an Airline forum in 2003. Another had posted it again this year and it made my smile so I thought I'd recored it here. I got bored and added the links in below.T'was the night before Christmas, and out on the ramp,Not an airplane was stirring, not even a Champ.The aircraft were fastened to tie downs with care,In hopes that -- come morning -- they all would be there.The fuel trucks were nestled, all snug in their spots,With gusts from two-forty at 39 knots.I slumped at the fuel desk, now finally caught up,And settled down comfortably, resting my butt.When the radio lit up with noise and with chatter,I turned up the scanner to see what was the matter.A voice clearly heard over static and snow,Called for clearance to land at the airport below.He barked his transmission so lively and quick,I'd have sworn that the call sign he used was "St. Nick."I ran to the panel to turn up the

  • Staying In The Pattern

    Staying In The Pattern

    11/10/2012

    This cockpit audio was recorded at least 2 1/2 years ago I don't really know. I just found it going through my computer and decided to share. I'm flying 3 touch-n-gos and have 2 other pilots in the plane with me. Dave an instructor and another buddy of mine who is a private pilot in the back seat. 3 pilots in an airplane is always fun.Download the podcast here

  • Helo Ops on USS Princeton

    Helo Ops on USS Princeton

    16/04/2012

    Yes it's true at almost 1 year since my last audio podcast and 6 months from my last post the DesertPilot  podcast is back. I recorded this episode off the deck of the USS Princeton CG-59. Enjoy.Download the Podcast hereSH-60B going around

  • Shads First Flight

    Shad's First Flight

    14/04/2011

    Yesterday I took my son up in a small airplane for the first time. A fellow pilot friend Bill sent me a tweet that he needed a co-pilot for the fly to Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX) from Stellar Air Park (P19) for Cutter Aviation's free BBQ so I said sure then asked if Shad (who is 18 months-old) could come too he said he didn't have a problem with that. Below are some of the pictures from the flight and the audio from the short flight home. Shad had a good time the only part he cried was when the engine started and got hit with the wind from the prop blast but it was short lived. He did great. Download the PodcastShad "helping" with the preflightAll strapped in ready to go.This is taken in the air although you can't really tell. He was a little unsure.Captain BillOn Final Runway 25L After we touched down he fell asleep I guess it was stressful.the BBQ area at the endflight crewHe slept the whole way home.A good flight

  • FIFI the only Flying B-29

    FIFI the only Flying B-29

    22/12/2010

    My youngest brother and I in November of 2010 got to go see the only flying B-29 when it came to the valley for a few days it was very neat. There was also a B-25 and B-17 there. We got to go inside of all of them and took lots of pictures. Below are some and on a link to even more.Download the short podcast of the flight over here.B-29 on take off with the B-17 and B-25 in the foreground.My little bro and the B-17B-29 coming in for landingHanging out the window of the B-25Manning the guns of the B-17inside the cockpit of the B-29FIFI Check out more pictures of our flight here.

  • Through the students into Scottsdale

    Through the students into Scottsdale

    19/04/2010

    This is a recording of a flight back into Scottsdale coming home from a 5 hours Civil Air Patrol exercise. We are flying in from the north west and there are tons of students around we really had to have our heads on a swivel. http://www.archive.org/download/FlyingIntoSdl/CapIntoSdl.mp3

  • Free Flying!

    Free Flying!

    26/02/2010

    Download podcast here:http://www.archive.org/download/FundedCapFlt/fundcapflt.mp3This flight is my first really funded flight flying for the Civil Air Patrol that I flew last Tuesday. My squadron at Falcon Field Airport (FFZ) just got a plane assigned to them again and today I signed up for a crew pick up flight. The Arizona Wing does consolidated maintenance and for good or for bad some has to go pick up the pilot that takes their plane in to the shop in Payson (PAN). On this flight I pick up a pilot after he dropped off his plane and took him back to his car at Chandler Municipal (CHD).Falcon Field like many in the Phoenix valley has its roots as an Army Air Corps field build for training British pilot in World War II. Falcon Field was it's original name give to it by the British in the 40's and the name has suck since. Currently it has one 5100ft and a parallel 3800ft runways and is one of the busier airports in the

  • Moms First Flight

    Mom's First Flight

    09/02/2010

    This episode is my mother and I flying back from Payson, AZ to have breakfast with my Grandpa on his 79th Birthday. Mom did great she was a little nervous but that is normal from anyone who hasn't sent too much time in little airplanes. Here is a link to her blog where she talks about the flight and posts a few more pictures. The breakfast crew

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