The Next Trip is a weekly podcast with aviation insiders Doug and Drew, who together bring more than 40 years of industry experience as a professional pilot and a hub operations manager at a major airline. Join them, and their frequent guests, as they create a network for other AvGeeks and travel enthusiasts to obsess about all things aviation. Doug and Drew discuss today’s aviation news, share personal operational stories, regale listeners with trip reviews, and engage in friendly AvGeek banter. All thoughts and opinions are their own.Visit us at www.nexttripnetwork.com or follow us on Twitter at @nexttrippodcast
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Great discussions with humor infused stories and a good vibe. They share Great knowledge and a window into the world of commercial aviation…. From the ground and up.
I’ve been a religious listener of a couple of avgeek podcasts for the last few years (Layovers and Australian Frequent Flyer On Air) but it wasn’t quite enough for me. I recently discovered The Next Trip and I love how it dives deep into airline operations from both a flying and ground ops perspective. Interesting to hear about how things work in a big US international airline. The frequency and length of the episodes is great to keep me satisfied with lots of avgeek content.
I really enjoy this podcast! Doug and Drew are a super fun podcast duo and they’ve got great stories to tell!
I’ve been listening since number 1 guys and your podcast has been great guiding us through the pandemic. If you make it down to OOL airport any time then I’ll buy you both a beer!
Doug and Drew are one of the best co-host teams I’ve listened to over the past few years. more
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The Next Trip launched 4 years ago and published 187 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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