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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.

Jan 16, 2022

Join, Carlos, Nev, Armando and Matt for this week's programme.

In this week's show Qantas get their A380's into money making mode, Japan starts to let your pets on board & one passenger decides the flight deck is better than the cabin. Nev shares with us his latest experience on a short hop to Edinburgh and back.

In the military, the FAA shuts down the airspace on the west coast, A B-52 is trekking across the USA, and USAF Special Operations flight makes a stop at Teeside Airport in Newcastle.

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



Two Ryanair planes narrowly avoided crash, investigation finds

The World’s Busiest Routes In 2021

8,000 Delta Airlines employees tested positive for COVID-19 over four weeks

3,000 United Airlines Employees Have Coronavirus, But Zero Are Hospitalized

FedEx air shipments delayed as omicron variant sickens pilots

Spaceship-Like Electric Aircraft 'Alice' Prepares for its First Flight

Pilot With Paraplegia Gets Cirrus Jet Type Rating!

Aircraft crashes close to people on Graveley golf course

One of the newest airlines in the US is tackling the pilot shortage by paying them more and hiring from Australia

Delta Removes Degree Requirement for Prospective Pilots

All 4 occupants of a Medical Helicopter, including infant, survive crash.

Japanese airline to allow pets on board as industry reels from pandemic hit

Passenger storms into American Airlines cockpit at Honduras airport

Youngest woman to fly solo around the world arrives in Saudi Arabia


FAA's Statement On Mysterious Air Traffic Halt Leaves More Questions Than Answers

Heavy Traffic: A B-52 Bomber Is Being Trucked Across The Central United States

Taiwan suspends F-16 training missions after jet crashes

Aircraft from US Airforce stop at Teesside Airport to refuel