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Level Plane Field
52 minutes | Dec 30, 2019
Flying Solo: Navigating The Skies With Denise Jennings
Denise Jennings believes her passion for aviation was inherited from her father who flew the PB4Y in World War II. Nearly two decades after he passed, Denise took her first flight lesson and later, obtained her Commercial License and Instrument Rating. She has been flying her Mooney 201 for over 25 years. She is the Business Development Manager at PacMin, Inc., an aviation and aerospace marketing solutions, specializing in helping promote their customers’ brands with custom scale models, 3D rendering services, and targeted digital content for engaging trade show exhibits, experience centers, corporate lobby environments, and museums. Today, she shares with David Yu the story of how she fell in love with flying solo and how flight has evolved over the years.
89 minutes | Dec 23, 2019
Managing An Airport With Brendan O’Reilly
Airports are one of the most important infrastructures in any physical location, given how vital it is in maintaining an area’s connectivity to the rest of the world. This is why airport management is of the utmost importance. There are so many factors that determine whether or not an airport manager can keep that ship running. Brendan O’Reilly, the Airport Manager of Fullerton Municipal Airport, chats with David Yu about the importance of determining the day-to-day operations of an airport. Through thick and thin, the effectivity of an airport manager will ultimately determine if the airport will keep running.
65 minutes | Dec 16, 2019
Becoming An Airplane Pilot With Seth Kolasinski
If you dream of becoming an airplane pilot, you will have to go through a lot of schooling and training, and you will need dedication. In this episode, host David Yu talks with Delta Air Lines pilot Seth Kolasinski about his love for aviation and the challenges he faced through the 2001 and 2008 recessions. Seth also talks about his career in aviation under Delta, his early years in school hustling to become an airline pilot, and his experiences as a flight instructor.
8 minutes | Dec 11, 2019
Level Plane Field: Your Road To Private Pilot License And More
What does it entail to get a private pilot’s license? David Yu of Level Plane Field welcomes you to his podcast of the same name. In this episode, he gives us a view of the exciting things ahead in the show. As a Certified Financial Planner, David works with various airline pilots with their long-term financial plan as far and as well as their investment management. With this, he also shares the financial topics that you may find interesting and helpful. Tune in as you discover a way to learn about the ins and outs of the aviation industry and more.
55 minutes | Dec 4, 2019
Closing The Gap Between The Rich And The Poor With Gerald Higginbotham
An airline pilot for over 30 years, Gerald Higginbotham started his career at Eastern Airlines and Trans World Airlines and is now as a captain at American Airlines. On top of that, he is also the Founder and the President of Captain’s Millionaires, an e-Learning platform that develops people to reach their full potential and close the wealth income gap between the rich and poor. Gerald shares how he grew through his career from the airlines to starting his own business from scratch. Packed within his development training program are his thoughts about the recession, blockchain technology, and the economic system, including some strategies on how we can start living with financial success and freedom. Don’t miss out on this great conversation that will take you to the clouds and beyond.
39 minutes | Dec 4, 2019
From Pilot To Aviation Instructor With Steve Smith
A career in aviation may seem too far off for some, but through our guest, many have been introduced to various careers in the aviation world. Steve Smith, activities director and aviation instructor at Canyon High School at Orange Unified School District, is someone who was able to create and build an aviation pathway program from scratch where he now teaches ground school. In this episode, Steve shares with us how he got started in aviation and later on decided to teach it to kids. He takes us back to his time going through CFI, building hours, and through the regionals while giving financial advice on the side. He also touches on his aviation program and what the pathway looks like from beginning to end.
67 minutes | Nov 27, 2019
The Flying Architect: Combining Passions For Aviation And Architecture With J. Bruce Camino
Many of us are passionate about many things. While combining work with a passion of yours is already an amazing feat, how much more if you can combine a number of them together? J. Bruce Camino, the Principal Architect over at Development One Incorporated in Santa Ana, is someone who is able to do that. Known as “The Flying Architect,” J. Bruce has managed to combine his love for aviation and architecture with his award-winning Piper Comanche 260B. He tells us all about his journey while giving great insights and tips on taking up aviation, starting an architecture firm, and overall pursuing your passions.
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