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  • 00:15

    All About Aviation

    in Travel

    On my show we discuss aviation in all areas, from props to jets, gliders to balloons.
    We'll get as technical as you want, and as simple as you need.
    From TSA security procedures at checkpoints, to flying the most difficult steep ILS approach, we're with you.
    No question is out of bounds, and there's no such thing as a stupid question. I've been a pilot for 26 years and I'm always learning.
    I'd like to learn from you. Tell me your thoughts, your complaints, your dreams. Maybe I can help.

  • 00:45

    Business Aviation Celebrates Social Media Day!

    in Travel

    Join bizav social media users Doug Oliver from Cessna Aircraft, Ryan Keough of Cutter Aviation and Jason Wolf from NBAA in a discussion with Aviation Week's resident social media goddess Benet Wilson on how they use the latest tools for their organizations. We'll also offer social media tips and tricks and take you questions.

  • 01:01

    B. Coleman Aviation, LLC , Gary/Chicago International Airport

    in Aviation

    Why fight the long lines,flight delays and grueling security lines at O'Hara or Midway. Yes there is another airport in the area you can consider.  Gary/Chicago International Airport.  Meet Carol E. Bell, Vice President of  B.Coleman Aviation,LLC . Today's interiew will give us the background and history of the company and introduce us to the facilities and services. If you own or rent your aircraft you will want to know that the facility is only 30 minutes from the city, guaranteed best landing fees and a heated hangar space and  concierge service.

    March is Women in History month and this will be a powerful interview to end the month as we explore Carol E. Bell's position and responsibilites as Vice President of the B.Coleman Aviation and highlight  accomplishments of other amazing women in aviation!  For more infomation the website is www.B-Coleman.com,  reviews are on AirNav.com

  • 01:04

    Aviation Marketing - Defeating Sales Phobia

    in Business

    Nothing Happens ‘Till Somebody Sells Something!

    We’re big fans of automated marketing, especially "inbound marketing," which brings in qualified, interested leads.

    And I enjoy gadgets and technology as much as the next person

    But products and services, especially high-end, high-risk items like aviation products and services, don't simply "sell themselves." There is no gadget, software or trick that will sell them for you.

    In this internet-driven, customer-centric, vending-machine, self-service checkout world, is “sales” really necessary as a profession?

    If you are in business and if you are successful, you probably already know these three things:

     Products do not “sell themselves.”*
     Technology does not sell products.
     “Inbound marketing” is a great step, but even it does not sell products.

  • 02:02

    Conspiracy Of Aviation

    in Comedy

    Today on the broadcast Tom from CT joins Mike Sledge to discuss the true history of aviation and how German technology was hijacked to bury the true origins of flight. We will discuss the Wright brothers deception and the true story of Chuck Yeager and the sound barrier. Also Dave Mansfield will join the conversation in the last hour to discuss a wide variety of topics. Plus maybe your phone calls, great music as always and as usual the bar is open!!!

  • 00:32

    Paul Harrop, Videojournalist for AOPA on Aviation and Storytelling

    in Entertainment

    Paul Harrop, Producer/Videojournalist for AOPA Live. Today, Paul, Video-journalist for the largest aviation organization in the world, AOPA. Paul shares his passion for story telling and aviation.

    The Oklahoma native comes from a long line of pilots. His father, grandfather and an uncle were all pilots. He grew up fascinated with two things: Aviation and Storytelling.

    After graduating from the Kravis Broadcast Institute, Paul began his television career at a production company in Oklahoma City as a project manager. From there, the news bug bit, and he became a freelance field producer and photojournalist. Working with the cable networks, the big stories took him all over the place; from wildfires on the Great Plains to Hurricane Katrina and even the Michael Jackson trial.

    In 2006 he made the jump into local news at KSWO 7 News in Lawton, OK before spending nearly three years at KOCO Eyewitness News 5 in Oklahoma City covering breaking news and severe weather. While there he took part in projects that earned a Peabody Award in 2008, an Edward R. Murrow Award in 2009 and an Emmy Award in 2010.

    Paul served for several years at KAUZ Newschannel 6 in Wichita Falls, TX. He started as the Morning Co-Anchor and was bumped up to the role of evening Reporter. His powerful brand of visual storytelling and watchdog reporting earned the trust of Texas. Something Paul will always be proud of.

    He is also an award-winning storm chaser, and has been an FCC-licensed Ham Radio operator (call sign WX5USA) since 1999. Paul is currently working towards becoming a pilot.  http://www.AOPA.org/ThisWeek

    Watch to this LIVE interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/gAeaF24E_Zc

  • 00:40

    Networking Secrets for Sales and Marketing Professionals in Aviation Industry

    in Business

    Secrets, tactics and techniques for expanding your network with aviation thought-leades and decision makers.   Mark Leeper is an expert at building a large and lucrative network of buyers and influencers in your field. In this interview, we ask for his secrets for NBAA, HAI, Oshkosh and other important trade shows.

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  • 00:29


    in Training

    En este episodio estaremos contestando a las preguntas que mis seguidores mas comunmente me hacen.

  • 00:42


    in Training

    En este programa de radio, seguiremos contestando las preguntas que mis seguidores mas comunmente me hacen acerca de la aviacion. Atenderemos con llamadas en vivo y con preguntas por medio de youtube, facebook y gmail. Recuerden sera el Miercoles 5 de Febrero a las 8:00 pm tiempo de Texas. Por favor hagan planes para estar en contacto.


    Erasmo "Eddie" Malacara

  • 00:37

    Aviation Ethics

    in Education

    http://m0a.com I bit of a sideroad from our normal "flight training conversations. I was approached this week on the topic of aviation ethics and what they mean to me and what new pilots should know to follow.