I Learned About Flying From That

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Tune in for the rest of the story—with exclusive interviews with pilots who have shared their emergencies, crises, and mistakes over 950-plus installments of Flying's iconic series, "I Learned About Flying From That." Host Rob Reider relates the tale as told by the author, then catches up with that pilot to ask the questions we know have been on your mind.

Episode Date
20. Following the Rabbit
1497

Artist and pilot Barry Ross started flying early in life, and it has informed his work, including his illustrations in FLYING. One flight into Portland, Maine, following the lights in, will remain etched in his memory.

Sep 16, 2021
19. Question the Expert?
1812

When highly experienced pilot Craig O’Mara signed on to help ferry a Bushmaster to New Mexico, he was careful to take advice from an expert—but when it came to actual operational skill, this “expert” came up short.

Sep 02, 2021
18. Engine Out, In The Storm
1840

Ferry pilot Kerry McCauley shares a full range of flying that has taken him to every continent except for Antarctica. When he loses the engine on a Mooney flight, he had a thunderstorm to deal with as well.

Aug 19, 2021
17. Lessons for Life
2459

Pilots know Michael Goulian for his precision aerobatics and to-the-limits air racing style. But in this episode, Goulian shares the critical lessons he's learned from flying GA that apply to any pilot.

Jul 29, 2021
16. What's It Doing Now?
1765

The pilot of a USAF Lockheed Starlifter C-141 knew he had a problem with an automated system and thought the crew could manage it—until they were approaching an island air base, at night, with few options.

Jul 15, 2021
15. Lights Out
1667

A student pilot and his instructor find themselves lined up on a runway at a busy international airport—but ATC doesn’t know they are there. Find out why from pilot Mike Thiergartner in this episode of ILAFFT.

Jul 01, 2021
14. Eclipsed by Critical Cargo
1635

When a passenger experiences a medical emergency during a flight to view the total solar eclipse in Jackson, Wyoming, pilot Paul Tierstein finds he left an important piece of equipment behind.

Jun 17, 2021
13. Short Field Lessons
1860

An instructor takes a student into a grass strip for real-life short-field training—but the grass is still wet, making for a more critical lesson.

Jun 03, 2021
12. When Something Isn't Right
2087

As he built up hours towards a flying career, Stan Dunn experienced engine trouble that was hard to quantify—until another unfortunate pilot found Dunn's hunch was correct.

May 20, 2021
11. More Than a Bad Mag
1962

Veteran flight instructor Field Morey relates his experience with a power loss that progressed during an IFR flight with a student, and how it ended for the pilots—and the airplane.

May 06, 2021
10. Back to Basics
1574

Flying reader and flight instructor Roger Keech was on a medical mission in Mexico—and he found out that using traditional navigation techniques saved the day.

Apr 22, 2021
9. Flying Checks
1769

A nighttime check run down to Charlotte turns into a drama for Flying reader Jon Jackson, with a prop failure striking the Beech Baron he was flying—literally.

Apr 08, 2021
8. Out of Fuel, Out of Alternates
1780

Careful IFR flight planning requires an alternate in case of worse-than-forecast weather. A new aircraft type triggers a chain of events for pilot Jim Fiorito that nearly dashes those plans.

Mar 25, 2021
7. A Pacific Thunderstorm
2178

When pilot Bernhard Wolf—experienced in overwater operations—confronts convective activity over the Pacific, he learns an important lesson about their behavior—and it may not be what you think.

Mar 11, 2021
6. Cross-Country Complacency
1710

Pilots often fight the spectre of get-home-itis—but it's especially hazardous when coupled with the assumptions made while flying a familiar airplane. FLYING reader Kenneth Wilson shares his own cross-country lesson on this week’s episode.

Feb 25, 2021
5. Jackie's Last Flight
1511

Dan Richard shared his love of flying with his wife throughout their lives together—but his most precious flight with her came with an unexpected gift. Join host Rob Reider as he talks with Dan about his lessons learned from the perspective of time.

Feb 11, 2021
4. Fuel Lessons from Martha Lunken
1877

Flying columnist and former pilot examiner/FAA accident investigator Martha Lunken shares her experience regarding fuel exhaustion—and a precautionary landing she made in a Cessna 180 on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Jan 28, 2021
3. It's Called CTAF For A Reason
1662

Though pilots are supposed to use the common traffic advisory frequency to coordinate with other pilots near an airport, not everyone uses it faithfully, as pilot Chris Watson found out at Mount Pleasant Airport in South Carolina in this episode of I.L.A.F.F.T.

Jan 14, 2021
2. A Hop, Skip, and a Jump
1647

A pilot sets off on a short mission—and realizes that even a quick flight between airports that he knows well can pose risks that need attention and planning.

Dec 30, 2020
1. A Worst-Case Scenario
1748

Following an engine failure in his Cessna 421 in icing conditions, pilot Brett Godfrey faces a turn for the worse—failure of the second engine. Host Rob Redier learns from Godfrey what he would have done differently—and what saved him in the end.

Dec 17, 2020
Welcome to I Learned About Flying From That — I.L.A.F.F.T.
140

Next up from FLYING, we bring you a new twist on our popular I.L.A.F.F.T. series, in which host Rob Reider interviews those pilots who learned a lesson or two from experience. 

Dec 14, 2020