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For the 34th episode of PCPC, Michael takes his first "solo flight" and examines Southwest Airlines Flight 1455, a scheduled flight from Las Vegas to Burbank on March 5th 2000. The story of Flight 1455 is followed with a few stories from the world of... more
On the 33rd episode of PCPC, Michael and Tess take a look at United Airlines Flight 173, a scheduled flight from JFK in NYC to Portland, Oregon on December 28th 1978. They discuss Flight 173, the DC-8, unruly passengers, impecunious/upbraid, their hi... more
For the 31st episode of PCPC, Michael and Tess take a look at TWA Flight 2 and United Airlines Flight 718, two scheduled flights that departed Los Angeles International Airport on the morning of June 30th 1956. The duo discuss Flight 2/Flight 718, Un... more
Please guys, keep on doing what you are doing. It’s just an amazing podcast, balanced and everything very well explained. more
This podcast is really good! Doesn’t just focus on the crash but explains what led to the crash and what the crash changed.
Very interesting!! Just started listening and I’m still at 2019 but binging! Love the Air flight news as well as the stories of mayhem and the diagnosis. more
I love learning more about how much goes on behind the scenes when an airplane is in use. How everything is orchestrated to keep us safe , and how we collectively learn from each accident to make travel safer in the future. more
If you don’t know what a pitot tube is, why would you think you could host a podcast about plane crashes? The hosts don’t have enough knowledge to offer any analysis. It’s just two random guys who read a Wikipedia page.
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Plane Crash Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 35 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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