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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 22, 2020

Join Carlos, Matt, Nev, Armando and the legendary Bob Mills for this week's aviation silliness.

In this week's show the Boeing 737 Max can finally fly passengers, Singapore airlines installs their new first class onto all its A380's & two pilots get into trouble for drawing non-family-show content in the sky.

In the military this week The US Air Force continues to expand options for enlisted Airmen and some officers to seek pilot positions and the first F/A-18C from the Blue Angels lands in Washington for display at the Smithsonian.

We welcome to the live show, guest Bob Mills to talk about the National Championship Air Races. If you'd like to make a donation please go to :

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Neil Cloughley continues his chat with Carlos about the fascinating Faradair project and this week we learn the details about the proposed propulsion system.

In this week's Plane Truth we're learning about Engine Failures & Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC).

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


737 Max cleared for take-off

Qantas Centenary Celebrations

British Airways and American Airlines launch transatlantic Covid-19 tests

Is MOM Air, a new and familiar-looking budget airline, for real?

Singapore A380 New First Class to be installed on all A380s

Two pilots are under investigation for allegedly altering their flight path to draw something rude in the sky


Air Force Will Now Offer Enlisted Troops a Path to Pilot Training

Taiwan Grounds F-16s After Second Fighter Accident in Less Than a Month

First Blue Angels F/A-18C Has Arrived At The National Air and Space Museum’s Udvar-Hazy Center