If you can Google it, chances are you can probably find a podcast on just about any topic. And so aviation enthusiasts, you too are in luck!
These days, along with being asked your favorite tv show or what you are currently reading, podcasts are also on the list of conversational queries. For those unfamiliar with this type of digital entertainment, podcasts are audio files that are downloaded from the internet to your preferred device. Listeners can choose to tune in when it best suits their schedule and download to listen to later- even without wifi.
While it might be difficult to believe- audio blogging dates back to the 1980s. It was after the invention of the internet that podcasting took hold in 2004. Today there are more than 2 million of these free, on-demand recordings. Some of which are award-winning broadcasts!
Here are just a few aviation-themed podcasts to introduce you -or add to your subscriptions.
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Aeronautics Curator Dorothy Cochran provides insight into the popular museum’s new general aviation exhibit. Plus catch up on the latest aviation news.
The Air Up There
A podcast for people who are curious about the wide world of aviation. Join the FAA as they explore the future of flight, drones, and ways to make the National Airspace System safer, smarter, and more efficient.
The Airplane Geeks Podcast
A weekly audio program that looks at the world of aviation. They aim to educate, inform, explore, and expand your passion for aviation,- and entertain you a little along the way. They discuss commercial, military, and general aviation topics, usually with a prominent industry guest.
The Green Dot
A podcast meant for those who love aviation and is geared toward both pilots and non-pilots who love flight. Episodes usually include a mix of aviation news, general aviation, history, personal experiences from hosts and guests alike, as well as plenty of other topics.
The Routes Aviation Podcast
The Routes podcast offers insight on route development and aviation, featuring some of the most pivotal people from the global industry. We’ll explore the major issues facing airlines, airports, and destinations now and into the future. This podcast is created by Routes, the world’s leading air service development conference and networking event business.