AeroSavvy reader Steve M. asks:
“How weird does it feel to be in the back with someone else doing the driving?”
That’s a great question and I hear it a lot!
Why do pilots ride in the back?
Hey! Aren’t pilots supposed to be driving? Find out why pilots are riding in coach and how they feel about someone else sitting at the controls…
In March 2017, I had the opportunity to take a short tour of the massive UPS Worldport facility in Louisville, Kentucky. Take a look inside this amazing facility and find out where (and how) the airplanes park!
Capt. Ken Hoke and WFPL reporter Rick Howlett in a UPS 767 – Photo: Jim Mayer
In March 2017, I was invited by WFPL News (Louisville’s NPR affiliate) to talk about what it’s like to be a pilot for Big Brown. Here’s the interview…
In February 2017, I had the opportunity to fly Business Class on Singapore Airlines from Los Angeles to Tokyo/Narita. As luck would have it, I was on a Boeing 777 that had recently been retrofitted with Singapore’s new Business Class product. I took a few photos to share the experience.
I had the honor of being a guest on Episode 151 of the Plane Talking UK Podcast. Each week, hosts Matt and Carlos do a super job of presenting aviation news and information. The podcast is fun, informative, and geared for anyone with an interest in aviation – no experience necessary!
It’s been a busy year for AeroSavvy. I’ve been overwhelmed by the thousands of visitors from all over the world who have read, commented on, and shared AeroSavvy articles. To celebrate the end of the year, here are the top 10 most read AeroSavvy posts for 2016!
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(Or, How to Entertain Kids at the Airport)
The holiday travel season is upon us. Flying across the country to visit loved ones is a wonderful experience. A long layover in an airport, however, can be a challenge with tired, grumpy kids (of any age). Instead of sitting at the gate for two hours, get busy with a game of Airport BINGO!