If you have any friends that don't understand the concept of hangar flying, have them listen to tonight's show. Marc invited back new Chicago pilot, Rhonda Khabir, and dialed in our long time friend, Tim Rylko from his LA home to talk about multiple news stories circulating in the GA community. All of the topics highlight the fact that each segment of the aviation industry will be impacted differently and therefore has a personal perspective on the outcomes and how to get there.
The conversation started out about the push from AOPA to downgrade Cincinnati from Bravo airspace to Charlie. Why, you may ask? It starts with the fact that KCVG no longer meets the criteria for designating an airspace as Bravo. It's unchartered ground, and perfect for a discussion. Listen in and let us know what you think. From there, the trio talked about ATC privatization, Contract vs. Federal towers, exorbitant fees charged by FBO's and how an air carrier pilot shakes off the rust after a 30 day leave from Part 121 flying.
We hope you enjoy listening as much as we love talking to others who share our passion for aviation. Let us know what you think!
BLUE SKIES and TAILWINDS!!!