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In this episode, we bring your a content creation cross-over of epic proportions. We are joined by Ryan Dembroski of SuperAero. Ryan joins us in the podcast, as we join him on SuperAero Live! It is an event that nobody asked for, that you didn't realize you needed. Join us as we interview Ryan about his YouTube content creation and community, the o…
 
In this bonus episode, we return with part two of our interview with airshow performer Kyle Franklin. Kyle is well known for his "Drunk Pilot" comedy act, his Dracula act, and his previous act Pirated Skies. In this part of the interview, Kyle talks more about his performances, what goes into making a routine, what performing means to him, and much…
 
In this episode, we are thrilled to bring you part one of our interview with airshow performer Kyle Franklin. Kyle is well known for his "Drunk Pilot" comedy act, his Dracula act, and his previous act Pirated Skies. Kyle talks about his family history in aviation, and how he got into the airshow business. We will bring you part two of our interview…
 
On this episode, we are thrilled to speak with the folks with Angel Flight Central. This organization is a 501 (c) 3 providing charitable flights to those in need of healthcare through a cadre of over 350 Midwestern aviators. We speak with Angel Flight Central's Executive Director Brendan Sneegas and volunteer pilot Greg Stack about the mission, th…
 
On this episode, we are excited to welcome Air Traffic Controller Cole FInley, and Columbia Jet Center’s Brittany Griffin to talk to us about their recent charitable fly-ins. They have hosted two successful events so far this year, with a third on the horizon. Hear how they came up with the events, their goal, and their big plans for the future. Pl…
 
On this episode, we are so thrilled to host our first call-in/zoom-in special. We are joined by several guests and fans of the podcast, talking all things Airventure. You won't want to miss the end of this episode, as Bryan Turner and Tomas Icenogle defend their honor and unpopular aviation opinion for you, the FMP faithful. We had such a great tim…
 
On this episode, we are joined by Kevin Meyers from Pilotedge. We will talk about their virtual Oshkosh event, Simventure. Sim pilots can fly into the virtual show using the Pilotedge ATC service, provided by real Airventure controllers. He also talks about what Pilotedge is and how it can enhance your flight simulator experience. Check out Piloted…
 
On this episode, we are joined by AOPA’s 2021 National CFI of the Year, Ambyr Peterson. She will talk with us about her award, her thoughts on flight instruction, and some tips and tricks for new students and CFIs. You can find Ambyr at: linkedin.com/in/ambyr-peterson-94a5537 You can Find Ambyr's Event at: https://starsofthenorth.org/girls-in-aviat…
 
On this episode, we have a little story time with Jim, Madi and Trevor. That first solo flight, the most quintessential moment of every pilots early days of flight, we can't wait to share our experience. We're also joined by returning guest and newly minted Private Pilot Elle Taylor, as we congratulate her and Madi on some new ratings. If you want …
 
On this episode, we are thrilled to be joined by fans of the podcast Tomas and Nicole Icenogle, from the Instagram channel Flying Tandem. They chronicle their adventures around the county on their Instagram page of over 15,000 followers. They discuss their origins, highs and lows in aviation and content creation, and the future of their channel. ht…
 
On this episode of the Flying Midwest Podcast, we talk with Air Traffic Controller Jack Parkin. We may have bestowed the nickname “Waterloo Jack” upon him, in the same vein as Kennedy Steve and Boston John. Jack talks to us about his path into controlling, the training involved, and upcoming FAA hiring opportunities. He will also answer some fan-su…
 
In this episode, we bring you the second part of our conversation with Meteorologist, Lt. Col. Nicole Mitchell. She talks to us about her time with the USAF Hurricane Hunters, what the role of a weather officer is on a C130 crew, and how the crew goes about investigating and analyzing a storm. We also give our take on Trevor Jacob’s certificate rev…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by Meteorologist Nicole Mitchell. Nicole is a USAF Air Guard Lt. Col. in command of a weather squadron in Wisconsin, a former TV meteorologist, and served with the famous Hurricane Hunters. In part one of a two episode series, she joins us to talk about warm weather flight hazards. Madi also brings us a CFI Minute cove…
 
In this episode, we visit with almost YouTube Sensation Bryan Turner and discuss his channel “Just Plane Silly.” We discuss his origins in aviation, how he got his start in satirical aviation videos, and what future things are coming to his channel. We also quiz Bryan on “Did You Say It?” and hear his unpopular aviation opinions. Finally, some big …
 
In this episode, we look back at some content that was cut from previous episodes. Jim also announces our mystery guest for Episode 8. From Episode 2, we revisit our discussion on the use of flight simulators in your primary training. From Episode 4, we hear another learning moment from Lion Templin as he shares his experience flying VMC into IMC. …
 
In this episode, we speak with Elle Taylor. She is a brand ambassador with Piper Aircraft and a student at Minnesota State University - Mankato. She is a Freshman in the aviation program, which features a large fleet of Pipers. She hopes to use her social media presence to help grow a new generation of aviators as she chronicles her journey through…
 
In this episode, we begin the first in an ongoing series we like to call “Learning through Experience.” We aim to share the stories and experiences of other aviators with our audience as a means to learn from one another. We are joined by Pilot, Author, Corporate Consultant, and Voiceover Artist Lion Templin. Lion shares a number of his emergency-l…
 
In this episode, we chat about Crew Resource Management (CRM.) We are joined by retired Air Force Captain Ken Chase who brings a wealth of aviation experience, from flying B52’s in the US Air Force to instructing the 747 with Northwest Airlines. Capt. Chase talks to us about how CRM is used in the military, the airlines, and how it applies in GA fl…
 
In this episode, we have a group of talented women pilots join in on a round table discussion on women and aviation. They discuss their own journey to the skies, challenges they faced, women pilot organizations, and what they envision for the future of women in aviation. We wrap things up with a women’s aviation quiz and a preview on our next episo…
 
In this episode, we cover flight training programs, Part 61 and Part 141. What are the differences, what routes did we take, and what are our thoughts. We will also touch on flight simulators in training. Our resident CFI Madi in her CFI minute will take a deeper look at what actually defines the program types, and how you can legally use a flight …
 
In this episode, we cover winter flight operations. We will provide some Midwest aviation news and events, introduce our resident CFI Madi and the CFI Minute segment, and then dive deeper into winter flying. We will have an aviation movie quote pop quiz for Madi, and Jim shares his aviation unpopular opinion. If you have questions or comments, reac…
 
In this preview episode, we welcome you all to the show. We will provide some Midwest aviation news, some proper introductions of Jim and Trevor, and an overview of the podcast itself. We will also give you a teaser for what is in store for 2022, as well as some fun show features. If you have questions or comments, reach out to us at flyingmidwestp…
 
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