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Plane Talking UK's Podcast

Carlos, Nev, Armando and Matt bring you a weekly Podcast that will focus on the Commercial and Military Aviation news relating to us long suffering members of the general public.

Nov 8, 2020

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Join Carlos, Matt, Nev, Armando and Missionary Bush Pilot Ryan for a jam packed show.

We take a look at the commercial and military news and we venture to Papua New Guinea with our guest to talk about life flying as a bush pilot there.

In the news a Avro RJ85 lands at Norwich airport but not under its own power, Duty free is set to change and drones are being flown into active volcanoes "on purpose".

And In the military seal team six see some serious action and the Blue Angels Legacy Hornets are going to conduct a final Pensacola flyover.

Elsewhere, Matt talks to Captain Al about fuel planning, we've got feedback from Jacob Darlington-Brown and Richard Adams.

As it's remembrance day coming up soon in the UK, we remember the fallen in the Great War with a touching tribute that Matt and Captain Nick have put together about the iconic poem, "In Flanders Fields".

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Here are the links to the news stories we featured this week :


Amazing pictures show passenger jet being lifted over NDR (Norwich Distributor Road)

Elsewhere Cityjet retires it's last RJ

Airline Deals!

Heathrow Airport to launch legal review over VAT-free shopping ban,the%20UK%20and%20taken%20home

New Birmingham aerospace + aviation public charter school will touch down in 2022

Drones are flying straight into volcanoes, for life-saving science

Former Japan Airlines Boeing 727 To Become Bristol Office Space


SEAL Team Six Executes Long Distance Rescue Operation Of Kidnapped American In Nigeria

Blue Angels Legacy Hornets to conduct final Pensacola flyover

From Cameroon to U.S. pilot; student seeks wings