The Aviation Disaster that Ended an Empire – Episode 178

Todd Curtis, Greg Feith, and John Goglia interview historian…

Carbon Fiber in the Air and Under the Sea – Episode 177

Todd Curtis and John Goglia discuss the use of carbon fiber…
NYC Air Crash Shows Danger of Wing Contamination

NYC Air Crash Shows Danger of Wing Contamination – Episode 176

A F28 airliner crashed shortly after takeoff from LaGuardia…

Charter Flight Safety Boosted with Part 135 Certification Rules – Episode 175

Dollars over lives? Greg Feith and John Goglia discuss Part…

Aviation Safety Lessons from First Flight into a Special Use Airport – Episode 174

A flight instructor chose to have a pilot take his first flight…

Aircraft Cargo Door Headaches – Episode 173

This episode dives into the design and maintenance of aircraft…

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.

5 star Review for Flight Safety Detectives

Your breakdown of the Lion Air Max accident has been the best I’ve heard. It’s not about pinning blame. It’s about education and prevention.

“Best show ever on the tube”

“Your analysis of the preliminary report into the Lion Air 610 was brilliant.”

“I enjoy the podcast. As your average passenger it’s a comfort to know that there are people working hard to ensure safety.”

“My favourite channel”

“Your podcasts are fantastic ! It’s really great to hear You and John discussing aviation subjects in such fine detail!”

“Excellent podcasts and detailed information. Keep up the brilliant work. Respect to you both from Scotland.”

Your show is just fantastic. I’m in my 50th year as a pilot, to include missionary flying in Africa, 30 years with American, and still flying a 604. Nothing I listen to can beat the down-to-earth wisdom and insight you guys bring.


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