This time we listen to some military test flight stories from a pilot who flew almost every jet aircraft produced between the early 50’s and late 60’s and flew many other airplanes as well.
This episode we hear some airplane testing stories from the youngest pilot of an airline flight test group, who was 59 at the time.
This time we hear from two women who will share a few stories about writing books about airparks in the US and how they were both challenged to fly every day for a full month.
This time we hear from a WWII era air-force veteran and he’s going to tell us what it was like to grow up with aviation in the 1930 and we’ll listen his experiences while in the air-force and as he tried to find every little bit of time that he could to fly. Our storyteller will also share some of his war stories, which are stories from his flying career that were more eventful than all the others.
In this episode we hear from a pilot who flew around the world 3 times!!! She’s going to tell us about some of her experiences and give us some insight on how and why she did it.
In this episode we hear about some of the incredible things that flying can expose a pilot too, and we learn about getting into aerobatics and the effects of high G maneuvers.
In this episode we listen to a story of a pilot’s decision while flying his crippled aerobatic aircraft, in whether to jump out or attempt to land it.
In this episode we hear from a world renowned aerobatics pilot, from when he was a little bit too excited to get somewhere and it didn’t go as he had expected.
In this episode we hear a very inspirational story from a relatively new pilot, about how she was able to get her pilot’s license and how flying is accessible to anyone.
In this episode we listen to three stories from another active couple in the aviation community, the first is about learning how to fly and skydiving in the 1950s. Next, we’ll hear about a hijacking to Cuba, and finally we’ll listen to how this couple met through aviation and aerobatic judging. Read More
In this episode we listen a story about finding the perfect airplane. We hear where this search takes him, what he finds, and the journey of taking it home. Read More
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In this episode we hear a few stories by a very active couple in the aviation community. The first story is about an emergency landing on a busy road, then we hear about a crash landing in an aerobatic aircraft, and finish the episode off with the Stearman ride of a lifetime and the lessons learned from that experience. Read More
Everytime I go to some aviation event I don’t think its possible to leave without a good story. Storytelling is enjoyed by all ages, especially in the aviation community where stories are the main way to share one’s experiences when off the ground. While listening to The LogBook, you’ll hear stories from people in aviation from every experience level: enthusiasts, complete beginners, airline pilots, aerobatic pilots, cross country/long distance pilots, test pilots, military veterans. And they’ll all tell stories that will entertain, inspire, and educate the next generation of aviators.