Max Trescott is creating Aviation News Talk podcast
145

patrons


Welcome!
I'm the guy who brings you the Aviation News Talk podcast every week free of charge. But it takes me a solid day each week to create the regular weekly show and much more for highly produced bonus shows. For example, the Privatization episode required over 40 hours of work! I hope you're finding the shows valuable! If you do, Please support me, so I can continue to produce the show for you each week.

Why I do the Show. I created Aviation News Talk because, while I love being a cohost on the Airplane Geeks podcast, there isn't enough time available on that show for me to share all the information I’d like with listeners. And, as I listened to other aviation podcasts, I wasn't finding the kind of general aviation show I was looking for. I teach flying 5-6 days a week! And often after a flight, I think, “I need to share this information with other pilots to help keep them safe.” That's why I started the show...to provide valuable information that might help save a life (and I've already been told by one pilot that something I told her saved her life!).  

What You Get on the Show. A no-nonsense, to-the-point show focused strictly on General Aviation. I don't talk about airline and military aviation stories, unless there's a point to be made related to general aviation or flying safety. You can get aviation news on lots of web sites. But I give you a perspective on the news that comes from over forty years as a pilot. In addition to news, on each show I talk in depth about a pilot skill or safety issue. And I spend a lot of time researching information, so you can rely on what I tell you. Listeners have given me tons of feedback, and they say they find the show interesting, informative, and chock-full of relevant content and commentary. They like that the show is to the point and doesn't waste their time.

Please Support My Work! Thanks for being part of an aviation community interested in continual learning to maximize safety. Producing a podcast is far more work than I imagined, which is probably why so many podcasters eventually drop out. Early on, I said I wouldn't take advertising for the show, though some listeners have encourage me to do so. Instead, Please support the show in any way you can! Please donate at any level you can. Thank you and keep the Blue Side Up!

Your Host. Max Trescott is the 2008 National Certificated Flight Instructor of the Year. He is a Cirrus Platinum CSIP flight instructor who helps potential Cirrus SR20 and SR22 buyers around the country evaluate the many tradeoffs involved in deciding whether to buy a new versus a slightly used aircraft. He’s based in the San Francisco Bay area and specializes in teaching in G1000, Avidyne, and Perspective glass cockpit airplanes such as the Cessna, Diamond, and Cirrus planes, and Eclipse and Phenom jets. He’s an author, former magazine columnist, and is best known for his Max Trescott’s G1000 & Perspective Glass Cockpit Handbook.
Tiers
Observer
$2 or more per month
Thanks for your support--I'll read your name on the air. Check out my free posts.
Passenger
$4 or more per month
Thanks for riding along! You have access to my original News Stories notes for each show.
Student Pilot
$8 or more per month
In addition to the above, you can access the News Stories I had to cut from each show.
First Officer
$20 or more per month
In addition to the above, you get my original notes for the bonus NewsMaker episodes.
Left Seat
$50 or more per month
In addition to the above, after two months, I'll mail you a signed copy of one of my books (3 months for outside US due to high shipping costs), and I'll read your name on the last show of each month. Thank you for your support!
Instructor Pilot
$100 or more per month
In addition to the above, you'll get signed copies of both my books after two months for the U.S. (3 months for outside US due to high shipping costs). 
Mentee
$200 or more per month
Take advantage of my 40 years of experience as a pilot. You'll get to pick my brain with two thirty-minute phone calls each month. We'll have a blast together, and you'll be learning at the same time.
Goals
145 of 1000 patrons
Each show I produce, takes over a full day of my time! And the special 2-hour ATC Privatization show took nearly six full days to create. All of this takes me away from the way I earn a living, which is giving flight instruction. Please help me replace some of the income I forgo each month to produce this show for you!
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Welcome!
I'm the guy who brings you the Aviation News Talk podcast every week free of charge. But it takes me a solid day each week to create the regular weekly show and much more for highly produced bonus shows. For example, the Privatization episode required over 40 hours of work! I hope you're finding the shows valuable! If you do, Please support me, so I can continue to produce the show for you each week.

Why I do the Show. I created Aviation News Talk because, while I love being a cohost on the Airplane Geeks podcast, there isn't enough time available on that show for me to share all the information I’d like with listeners. And, as I listened to other aviation podcasts, I wasn't finding the kind of general aviation show I was looking for. I teach flying 5-6 days a week! And often after a flight, I think, “I need to share this information with other pilots to help keep them safe.” That's why I started the show...to provide valuable information that might help save a life (and I've already been told by one pilot that something I told her saved her life!).  

What You Get on the Show. A no-nonsense, to-the-point show focused strictly on General Aviation. I don't talk about airline and military aviation stories, unless there's a point to be made related to general aviation or flying safety. You can get aviation news on lots of web sites. But I give you a perspective on the news that comes from over forty years as a pilot. In addition to news, on each show I talk in depth about a pilot skill or safety issue. And I spend a lot of time researching information, so you can rely on what I tell you. Listeners have given me tons of feedback, and they say they find the show interesting, informative, and chock-full of relevant content and commentary. They like that the show is to the point and doesn't waste their time.

Please Support My Work! Thanks for being part of an aviation community interested in continual learning to maximize safety. Producing a podcast is far more work than I imagined, which is probably why so many podcasters eventually drop out. Early on, I said I wouldn't take advertising for the show, though some listeners have encourage me to do so. Instead, Please support the show in any way you can! Please donate at any level you can. Thank you and keep the Blue Side Up!

Your Host. Max Trescott is the 2008 National Certificated Flight Instructor of the Year. He is a Cirrus Platinum CSIP flight instructor who helps potential Cirrus SR20 and SR22 buyers around the country evaluate the many tradeoffs involved in deciding whether to buy a new versus a slightly used aircraft. He’s based in the San Francisco Bay area and specializes in teaching in G1000, Avidyne, and Perspective glass cockpit airplanes such as the Cessna, Diamond, and Cirrus planes, and Eclipse and Phenom jets. He’s an author, former magazine columnist, and is best known for his Max Trescott’s G1000 & Perspective Glass Cockpit Handbook.

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Tiers
Observer
$2 or more per month
Thanks for your support--I'll read your name on the air. Check out my free posts.
Passenger
$4 or more per month
Thanks for riding along! You have access to my original News Stories notes for each show.
Student Pilot
$8 or more per month
In addition to the above, you can access the News Stories I had to cut from each show.
First Officer
$20 or more per month
In addition to the above, you get my original notes for the bonus NewsMaker episodes.
Left Seat
$50 or more per month
In addition to the above, after two months, I'll mail you a signed copy of one of my books (3 months for outside US due to high shipping costs), and I'll read your name on the last show of each month. Thank you for your support!
Instructor Pilot
$100 or more per month
In addition to the above, you'll get signed copies of both my books after two months for the U.S. (3 months for outside US due to high shipping costs). 
Mentee
$200 or more per month
Take advantage of my 40 years of experience as a pilot. You'll get to pick my brain with two thirty-minute phone calls each month. We'll have a blast together, and you'll be learning at the same time.