A Drone Rather Than a Bull Causes Injuries at America’s First Running of the Bulls Event. In an odd story, it wasn’t the bulls that poised the most risk to participants in America’s first running of the bulls event at the Virginia Motorsports Park as an ESPN video drone fell from the sky and crashed […]
Tag Archives | Interviews
AVweb has a nice collection of aviation podcast interviews with various aviation personalities organized in a section of their homepage and some of the more recent podcasts worth noting would include the following: The Man Behind HondaJet. After making a drawing on the back of a calendar, Mishimasa Fujino then had to convince Honda to […]
As Amelia Earhart said, you can either be a passenger or a pilot. Janeen Kochan is definitely a pilot in this best and broadest sense. Also an instructor, examiner, mechanic, bomber pilot, human factors expert and role model. Read my interview with Janeen Kochan on my Forbes column.
The Perception About Business Jets. Gabriella Somerville, the founder of UK-based ConnectJets back in 2009 during the financial crises, recently gave a podcast interview with AVweb. In the interview, she pointed out how getting away from using words like luxury to instead talk about private aviation as a smart and efficient business tool has been […]
Kurt Russell talks about why he loves being a pilot and why he flies
Johnnie Walker has posted an in-depth audio interview with Sir Richard Branson on his greatest achievements in life so far. During the clip, Branson strolls around the grounds of his family home, recapping his career so far and revealing his motivations for initially entering the aviation industry; telling us he travelled all over the world […]
Stuart Ungar fell in love with the Cirrus when he sold his medical laboratory business in 2002 and retired from his medical practice. Since then he has logged nearly two hundred hours on Cirrus aircraft and is a regular contributor to this site.