Podcast: GA trends and urban air mobility hype, with Mac McClellan - Air Facts Journal

Podcast: GA trends and urban air mobility hype, with Mac McClellan – Air Facts Journal

Mac McClellan logged thousands of hours in his Beech Baron.Mac McClellan is a regular factor to Air Facts, but as Editor-in-Chief at Flying publication for 20 years he flew practically every new aircraft provided because 1976. In this podcast episode, Mac shares his preferred ones and some that he wanted he d never flown.
As an eager observer of general air travel trends, Mac likewise discusses why pilots are flying less cross countries, why individual flying undoubtedly indicates tradeoffs in between security and performance, and what the future holds for urban air mobility/eVTOL proposals.
In the “all set to copy” section, Mac shares why he believes individual minimums are a bad concept, the very best places to fly in Michigan, and what sailing and flying have in typical.
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When individuals ask Mac McClellan what he does for a living, he responds, “I fly airplanes and write about them. Mac has been a pilot for more than 45 years, an air travel author for more than 40 and has actually been fortunate enough to get to fly just about every type of individual and business plane in production from the 1970s onward. His very first plane was a Cessna 140 and for the past 27 years he has actually owned a Baron 58 flying it more than 5,000 hours to cover the aviation market.


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