Episode 40 – Assumptions and Expectations Can Kill

Assumptions and expectations in all roles in aviation often…

Episode 39 – Accident Shows Importance of Pilot and Mechanic Communication

John and Greg often make the point that flight safety involves…
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Episode 38 – Merion Air Disaster Revisited

When a Piper Aerostar collided in mid-air with a Bell 412…
NTSB photo of recovered Flight Safety Recorder

Episode 37 – Minute-by-Minute Examination of ValuJet Flight 592’s Electronic Witness

The cockpit voice recorder is called the “electronic witness”…

Episode 36 – The Right Stuff: What It Takes to Be a Great Pilot

A panel discussion from the campus of Vaughn College explores…

Episode 35 – Flying Safely Is an Obligation Not to Take Casually

The Cessna P210N crash near Detroit, Michigan gets a close look…

Greg Feith and John Goglia, the Flight Safety Detectives

World-renowned aviation industry consultants and former NTSB investigators John Goglia and Greg Feith have 100 years of worldwide aviation safety experience between them. In this hard-hitting podcast series, they offer the ultimate insider view of everything aviation safety including behind-the-scenes facts on deadly air crashes and issues impacting general aviation and the commercial airline industry.

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