Author: FlyingDan

Episode 6: News and Events

 

Crowds at the 2011 Hamilton Air Show
Crowds at the 2011 Hamilton Air Show

News

Upcoming Events

  • Jet Aircraft Museum Cash and Dream Flights lottery calendars – Early bird draw December 1st, 2011
    Calendar sales used to support JAM restorations. Check out the JAM website for more information.
  • Unmanned Systems Canada – Student UAV Competition
    Details can be found at Unmanned Systems Canada
  • Unmanned Systems Canada Annual Conference Nov. 7 – 10, Halifax, NS
    Details can be found on the conference page

Also in this episode:

Interview with pilot of C130E from 424 Squadron

The interview with the search and rescue pilot was recorded during the summer at the Hamilton Air Show.

Canadian Air and Space Museum Petition

CASM is looking for 10,000 signatures on its petition against eviction from the historic deHaviland Canada site new Downsview Airport in Toronto. Find out more information about the museum on its site and sign the petition.

Wrap up

We are now on iTunes! Check out the link on the right of this page to get hooked up.

Thank you to Danny’s mom and everyone else who has taken the time to tweet or write to the show. We always love hearing feedback and look forward to making improvements to the show and website over time. We love aviation and want to share that with you. Thank you and stay tuned!

 

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Opening and closing music is Dolphin’s Day by Robert Walker

Episode 3: Newsworthy

Canadian Snowbirds flying CT-114 Tutors
The Canadian Snowbirds, 431 Demonstration squadron, flying CT-114 Tutors

News

Upcoming Events

  • Snowbirds over Gore Bay
    Gore Bay, On. Sep. 14
  • Reno Air Races
    Reno, NV, USA Sept 14 – 18

Canadian International Air Show Wrap-up

Find out about the CIAS which took place in Toronto, September 3rd – 6th and featured the first ever flight of an Osprey in Canada.

Cleared En Route Top Planes

A new segment where we propose an aircraft as an iconic, Canadian airplane and leave it up to you, the listeners to let us what you think of it!

In this episode: Canadair CT-114 Tutor.

Wrap up

We’re working on iTunes availability, thanks to all who have emailed us about it!

Coming up in future episodes: deHavilland Canada history segments. Learn about the Beaver, the Otter and all the other great DHC aircraft!

 

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Opening and closing music is Dolphin’s Day by Robert Walker

Episode 2: The Co-pilot

AEA Silver Dart

The AEA Silver Dart, Canada’s first powered aircraft. Find out more about it in this episode

News

Upcoming Events

2011 Waterloo Airshow Coverage

Had a great time at the air show and we recorded an interview with a Dash8-100 pilot for the RCAF. Also took a ride on a helicopter and the video is below.

Check out our YouTube channel where we will be posting more videos.

Canadian Aviation History Series #1 – The AEA Silver Dart

This time on Cleared En Route’s: History of Canadian Aviation we are looking at the plane which began it all for powered flight in Canada:  The A.E.A. Silver Dart.  This plane was designed and built by the Aerial Experiment Association (That’s the A.E.A).  It undertook its first flight on February 23, 1909 in Baddeck, Nova Scotia.

References
http://archives.cbc.ca/science_technology/aeronautics/clips/2424/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aerial_Experiment_Association

 

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Opening and closing music is Dolphin’s Day by Robert Walker.

Episode 1: The Pilot

Burt Rutan's Hybrid Gas-Electric, Road-Air Vehicle: Model 367

Pictured above: Burt Rutan’s Hybrid Gas-Electric, Road-Air Vehicle: Model 367

In this episode:

News

Upcoming Events

Danny’s Topic

I had the chance to interview one of people involved in the restoration of a DHC-5 Buffalo as a tribute to Canadian Peacekeepers and the crew and passengers of the last flight of Canadian Forces Buffalo 115461. Visit the link above, Buffalo 461 for more information on the restoration project.

Chris’ Topic

You can send your very own satellite to space for less than $10,000. Interorbital Systems is making space experimentation a possibility for the average space enthusiast.

Shout Outs

Follow us on Twitter @ClearedEnRoute or send us an email at clearedenroute.podcast@gmail.com. Questions, comments and suggestions are always welcomed!

Opening and closing music is Dolphin’s Day by Robert Walker.