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Talking Flight

Mike Swanigan
LeisureAviation

Alaska Airlines Captain Mike Swanigan interviews the interesting people he has met during his flying career.

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4.9 out of 5 stars from 59 ratings
  • Love this podcast

    Alaska airlines is the best airline out there! Being able to listen to a podcast brought to you by a retired captain for Alaska airlines makes it so much better! Thanks for you service as an Airline pilot. I go to church with a super senior as they Call him first officer of Alaska. From the Boeing 727 to the Boeing 737-900er you helped Alaska get to where it is now. Keep up the great work... and it would be so awesome if you could do more podcasts... like three a month would be awesome!! #iflyal... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    crystal mtn
    United States2 months ago
  • Love this podcast

    Alaska airlines is the best airline out there! Being able to listen to a podcast brought to you by a retired captain for Alaska airlines makes it so much better! Thanks for you service as an Airline pilot. I go to church with a super senior as they Capp him first officer of Alaska. From the Boeing 727 to the Boeing 737-900er you helped Alaska get to where it is now. Keep up the great work... and it would be so awesome if you could do more podcasts... like three a month would be cool

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    crystal mtn
    United States4 months ago
  • Amazing

    Maybe I am biased #iamalaska, but what a fantastic podcast for those who want to better understand aviation and becoming a pilot, for those who wish they had realized earlier in life they want to be a pilot (me) and extremely awesome for the AAG family! Keep it up Captain Swanigan and thanks for your service and flying our passengers safely for all those years!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    JennTimberlake
    United States2 years ago
  • Nice finally meeting you

    Mike, I have heard about you from Tom ever since Cadet Officers School through CAP in 1968. Very interesting interview and you certainly have a long career in aviation. I will look forward to meeting you one day. I am a 20 year fighter pilot with the USAF. Flew A-7D, A-10A, and O-2A in Alaska. Had a great time.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Tom of ASBC
    United States2 years ago
  • Great

    If you like aviation you’ll like this

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    AmberamberAmberheyhi
    United Kingdom3 years ago

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