Olathe, Kansas (PressExposure) July 01, 2013 -- RCFlightline, the online home of high-flying fun with radio-controlled aircraft, has just released their June installment of the popular and family-friendly "Beyond The Flightline" podcast. In the first of this episode's two featured interviews, RCFlightline President and "Beyond The Flightline" host Todd Carrison chats with propeller expert Steve Thomas of Falcon Propellers. Then, Todd interviews Canadian drone and RC pilot Wegenast about the similarities and differences between drone flight on either side of the USA's Northern border.
Crossing the Border, Drone Style - A Chat with Canadian Drone Pilot Will Wegenast
Flying in another country is sure to have its differences, and RCFlightline President Todd Carrison plans to shine a light on the various experiences fliers have around the world. First up: Canada and an entertaining and enlightening conversation with Canadian drone and RC pilot Will Wegenast. Before deciding to cross the country's Northernmost border - and risk an unintended international incident - this interview can help listeners better understand how the differences in rules and regulations might impact them on a recreational and commercial flying level.
Propellers and their Tricky Blades - Steve Thomas of Falcon Propellers Weighs In
Selecting the wrong aircraft propeller can really throw that next flight for a loop - sometimes literally. Of course, there are countless sizes, shapes, materials, brands and features to choose from - making the choice all the more confusing. And, selecting the wrong one could results in power source destruction or decrease aircraft performance - or worse. In this conversation between Steve Thomas of Falcon Propellers and "Beyond The Flightline" host Todd Carrison, listeners will learn how to quickly and safely navigate the ins and outs of trick RC aircraft blades. Thomas even hints at exciting propeller innovations and pricing trends for RC hobbyists in the not so distant future.
Registered listeners can also access bonus content from Steve Thomas about "Prop Balancing" with the "Beyond The Flightline Extras" feature at RCFlightline.com.
Also On The June Episode Of "Beyond The Flightline"
- "Mr. Buddy Box" Steve Swaggerty talks model customization; specifically, the difference between ARF's (Almost Ready to Fly) aircraft and kits - and how to create the model aircraft you really want.
- In his monthly "Flight Forces" segment, Steve Lewis explains how a propeller's powerful rotation and angle can adversely impact aircraft takeoff and climb.
- "Comegelist" Jamey Ragle shares his humorous take on the tendency of women to marry men that resemble their fathers, and the importance of portraying positive, faith-centered relationship models at an early age.
"Beyond The Flightline" - Bringing RC Aircraft News, Product Releases and Innovations To Life
Each "Beyond The Flightline" podcast features exclusive expert interviews, segments and entertaining tidbits centered on family fun and the radio controlled aircraft industry. From new and exciting product releases, upcoming events and interviews with aircraft industry leaders, "Beyond The Flightline" is dedicated to teaching interested listeners of any age about the joy and excitement of radio controlled aircraft - plus, each highly produced podcast is free to enjoy. Plus, the conversation doesn't always end when the episode it over; fans often continue the discussion on the RCFlightline.com podcast forum and via the company's Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/rcflightline) and Twitter (@RCFlightline) feed.
To Listen To This Month's "Beyond The Flightline" Podcast
Listeners can stream this free podcast directly on RCFlightline.com and their RSS feed; download and listen to the audio on iTunes; subscribe and receive episodes automatically on the free Stitcher application for Apple, Android, Kindle or desktop; or, listen directly on RCFlightline's low-cost Android, Kindle and IOS app. Past episodes are also available to stream/download.
For more information about RCFlightline, visit: http://www.rcflightline.com