Cirrus Air Crash

Cirrus Air Crash on Final Approach – Episode 106

Dissecting the fatal crash of a Cirrus SR20 near Hobby Airport…
Frontier Spirit Merger

Frontier-Spirit Merger Creating One Gigantic Bad Airline? Episode 105

Greg and John are all over the news reports of the proposed…
Chasing the wrong safety problems

Chasing the Wrong Safety Problems – Episode 104

The NTSB final report related to a Cessna 172 crash has Greg,…
United Aviate Academy Better or Worse than College Programs

United Aviate Academy – Better or Worse than College Programs? Episode 103

United Airlines just launched its own flight school. Does United…
Wellstone phane crash

Wellstone Crash Report Misses Important Safety Findings – Episode 102

Even high-profile crashes can result in NTSB reports that miss…
pilot education

Last US Airline Drops College Education Requirement for Pilots – Episode 101

Greg, John and Todd have a lively conversation triggered by…

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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