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14 minutes | Jun 1, 2021
Aviation News - Flight Attendants Attacked, Airbus is Bumping Production Up, Breeze Airways Launches and its Blue
On this episode of Aviation News by ClassBravo we look at the recent attack leaving a flight attendant with two teeth knocked out, Breeze Airways is launching and why its blue, Airbus is bumping up production and well Boeing has more issues.......
14 minutes | May 17, 2021
Aviation News - Airports Under Attack, Labor Shortages, Criminal Trial for Air France Crash, and the Coast Guard's Dolphins are Facing a part Shortage,
Aviation News by Class Bravo is a quick 15 to 20 minute podcast to bring you the latest in aviation coving topics from the airlines to manufacturers and even space. On this episode of Aviation News, we talk about airports under attack, a labor shortage threatening the busiest time of the year, the Coast Guard having issues with their Dolphins and a criminal trial that many people are upset about.
15 minutes | May 3, 2021
Aviation News - Warren Buffet Talks Airlines, Avelo Launches, Breeze & Airbus, and Space!
This episode of Aviation News by Class Bravo covers comments by Warren Buffet, 90 new airlines taking off with Avelo leading the pack. We move into talking about manufacturers and airbus developing an autonomous helicopter. At the end you'll hear about the newest frontier in aviation, Space.
18 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Aviation News - New Airlines, Boeing Sued, 737 Max, and eVTOL orders
Aviation News by Class Bravo is a 15 to 20 minute podcast bringing you the latest in Aviation News. We talk about Airlines, Manufacturers and even new technologies such as eVTOL aircraft. On this episode we talk about United Airlines being sued for the emergency landing a few months back, a new startup airline called Avelo and how the big guys are pushing back. Later in the show we talk about the Air Force One dispute and how Blade a helicopter operator is ordering some eVTOL aircraft.If you enjoy the show please review us on Apple Podcast or send us a message on our facebook page @ClassBravo
32 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
The Cost of the MAX, Airline Expenditures, and the Future of Air-to-Air Refueling
On this episode, Ray and Cory discuss the recent charges brought on by the U.S. Justice Department, the ever-growing Amazon Air fleet, airline policies regarding emotional support animals, and capital expenditure plans by the majors during this pandemic.
30 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
Light at the End of the Tunnel, The Return of the MAX, and Hydrogen Powered Flying
Ray and Cory welcome the news of the COVID vaccine and its hope of normalizing air traffic once again. They also discuss the lifted grounding of the 737 MAX and its impact on a global scale with GOL completing the first passenger flight on the airframe. Finally, is there a competitor to electric aviation? One company is making it happen with hydrogen powered powerplants.
26 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Flights to Nowhere, 737 Max Test Flights Complete and Passenger Counts on the Rise in the US?
Join Cory and Ray as they rejoice in some "fun news" about scenic flights over Australia, the current status of the 737 Max test flights, and the rising TSA passenger counts in the U.S.
27 minutes | Aug 26, 2020
We're Back and the industry is changing!
Ray and Cory get back in the recording studio to talk about the massive effect the Coronavirus has had on the airline industry, including the loss of another regional airline, and those looking to start their careers post aviation school.
3 minutes | Aug 26, 2020
Class Bravo Trailer
Class Bravo is a monthly aviation podcast, by Cory Clark and Ray Gardner, that goes in depth on new technology, breaking news, and talk regarding the good and bad facing all corners of the aviation industry.
34 minutes | May 11, 2020
Coronavirus State of the Industry
On this episode Ray and Cory are back to discuss the effects of the Coronavirus on the airline industry. There are a few other news items that have gone under the radar, including the deal between Boeing and Embraer along with the 737 Max.
25 minutes | Mar 16, 2020
The Accident Files - Gol Transportes Aereos Flight 1907
On this special episode of Class Bravo, Ray and Cory discuss the Brazilian tragedy that led to an executive Embraer jet and a commercial airliner to collide taking the lives of 154 people. Who was to blame? The pilots? The Traffic Collision Avoidance System, also known as TCAS? Or Air Traffic Control? This is The Accident Files by Class Bravo.This episode was scripted by Cory Clark and edited by Ray Gardner.
30 minutes | Mar 2, 2020
Coronavirus, Big News from American and Alaska, and of course the 737 Max
On this episode, Ray and Cory discuss the effects of the Coronavirus on the airlines, American and Alaska's huge announcement, and the ongoing struggles of the 737 Max.
32 minutes | Feb 18, 2020
Interview: Abbie Ijams, Women In Aviation
On this episode, Ray and Cory interview Abbie Ijams, the VP of the Gone with the Wind - Women in Aviation Chapter based in Atlanta, GA. Abbie is a safety specialist for Delta Air Lines in their Airport Customer Service division and rated pilot. The discussion revolves around the importance of organizations like WAI to help foster a love of aviation in the next generation of aviators.
34 minutes | Feb 3, 2020
Kobe Bryant Tragedy, 737 Max Sims, Boeing's 4th Qtr Numbers, US Government Grounds Fleet of Drones & an Innovative Use for Drones
On this episode of Class Bravo, Cory and Ray remember the victims of the Kobe Bryant helicopter tragedy that occurred on January 26, 2020. The guys also discuss what has currently been uncovered from the crash. Simulator manufacturers gear up for a busy 2020 in preparation for when the 737 Max eventually returns to service. Boeing's numbers are down, but are still impressive. The US Government grounds majority of their drone fleet and a South Carolina high school has an innovative use for drones.
30 minutes | Jan 21, 2020
737 Max Updates & Wrapping up the Interview with Andrew CEO of Hopscotch Air
On this episode of Class Bravo, Ray and Cory talk about the most recent developments with the Boeing 737 Max and then dive into part 2 of the interview with Andrew Schmertz the CEO of Hopscotch Air.
31 minutes | Jan 6, 2020
Interview: Andrew Schmertz, CEO of Hopscotch Air Part 1
On this episode of Class Bravo, you'll hear Cory & Ray interview Andrew Schmertz the CEO of Hopscotch Air in Part 1 of the interview. We talk about the air taxi industry, uber elevate, the pilot shortage, illegal charters and some other things that we're certain you'll find interesting.
17 minutes | Dec 12, 2019
2019 Recap - 737 Max, Uber Elevate, Pilot Shortage and plans for 2020
Cory and Ray recap the top stories from Class Bravo during 2019, including the notorious 737 Max & pilot shortage. They also share their plans for the channel in 2020.
38 minutes | Nov 18, 2019
The Dubai Air Show, Challenges Facing The Industry and Airbus Has Their Own Problems!
On this episode, Cory and Ray talk about the upcoming 2019 Dubai Air Show and what news to expect out of the event. Also, the guys talk about the electric-powered direction the industry is taking and finish up with an issue that you may of not heard about with a particular Airbus aircraft type.
34 minutes | Oct 14, 2019
Boeing's Problems Are Piling Up, A New Airline Named Moxy, and Should You Learn to Fly?
On this episode, Ray and Cory talk about Boeing and a new issue they have to contend with. Moxy the new airline and should you learn to fly for personal reasons or to become a commercial pilot.
29 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
737 MAX Update and Its Impact on Airlines
On the latest episode of Industry News by Class Bravo, Cory and Ray return to the biggest scandal to touch the commercial aviation industry in the last decade...the Boeing 737 Max. Join the guys as they review the latest details regarding the grounding of the infamous aircraft variant and its overall impact on airlines.
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