Tue, 26 November 2013
Mike Swanigan interviews Alaska Airlines Captain Philip Parish. They talk about Phil's journey from the world of a child fascinated by airplanes, to his present life as an Alaska Airlines Captain.
Phil talks about his days as a flight instructor and the challenges of teaching a novice pilot how to fly. Later, he talks about his days flying an air ambulance, transporting premature babies around Colorado.
Phil spent several years flying in Acrobatic competitions, and he tells us about his days of flying in air shows around the U.S.
We also talk about Phil's approach to training Alaska's pilots in his present position as a Check Airman.
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