A behind-the-scenes look into the gritty, non-glamorous hate-fueled life of the aircraft maintainer.
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Relatable, Honest and Funny! My favorite podcast to listen to hands down.
The topics discussed always are fresh and for anyone working in the mechanical engineering space, this is like a breath of fresh air after a long day! I was so happy to find a show like this that exists (and is really good) because when I first searched I didn't expect to find something so suited to me and of such quality
One of the most enjoyable podcasts to tune into because the chemistry between these brothers is undeniable and immersive. The audio quality is premium as well which adds to the experience. I hope things continue for a long time!
This is a super fun show to tune into because the chemistry and laughter between the guys is contagious. There are actually a ton of relatability here across any high-stake mechanical environment, this show isn’t just for aircraft engineers IMO. Great work!
lol I think it's Canada that they use green tags to identify airworthy and yellow for repairable lol
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Cancelled for Maintenance launched 3 years ago and published 136 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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