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Just Plane Radio

The Show Devoted to Flying and the Aviation Lifestyle!

 

MEET YOUR CREW
Greg Holt “Greg Your Co-Pilot”

Greg is the radio guy we’re attempting to transform into a private pilot. A perpetual pilot in training, Greg is definitely taking his time to enjoy the process. However, if this idiot can do it, anyone can….his own words.

Greg started his radio career on the air in Cincinnati back in the 80s. Sounds like a TV show ya think? He’s worked in rock, pop, country, talk radio formats on stations from Ohio to Florida and has pretty much done it all in the radio world.

In March of 1997 he began hosting a show called ScubaRadio while working at a sports station in Orlando Florida. He started this unique new talk show literally as an excuse to dive free on company time. However, it quickly took off and within a couple years evolved into his full time job. Yes….this is one lucky SOB!

Greg launched the World of Boating radio show in 2005 and now there’s Just Plane Radio. It’s a Jimmy Buffett lifestyle he’s willing to share. Feel free to hate him like we all do and bust his balls accordingly. ;-)

Ed Comisky “Captain Ed”

Ed Comisky first got interested in flying at the age of 8 when he saw a picture of a WWII fighter airplane on the cover of a Boy’s Life magazine. It was a picture of a F4U Corsair. The article on the inside of the magazine described how an group of pilots had restored this old warplane to original condition and flew it in airs shows around the country. From that point forward all he wanted to do was to FLY!

Ed started flying at age 15 from a grass runway cut out of the corn fields of Central Illinois. He soloed an airplane at age 16 and became a Private Pilot at age 17. In 1986, while attending the University of Illinois, Ed became a Flight Instructor and has been actively teaching since then. He holds Flight Instructor ratings for teaching in Single and Multi-Engine Airplanes. He is also rated to teach Instrument Flying. In 2004 he was one of the first instructors to become a Cessna Factory Authorized Instructor on the New Garmin 1000 equipped airplanes. Most recently he was designated by Cessna as an Authorized Instructor in the Cessna Covalis and Covalis TT.

Ed has been involved with managing flight schools for the last 21 years. His experience ranges from establishing a small Cessna Pilot Center to managing a staff of 200 instructors and 120 airplanes at four locations with approximately 700 students. Ed also taught and managed the University of Cincinnati’s Aviation Technology Degree Program. He has remained on the education side of aviation all of these years because he truly enjoys sharing his passion for flying with other aviation enthusiast.

Keith Wynsma “Captain Keith”

As a small child, Keith dreamed of being a pilot. He was fascinated by airplanes and finally began flying when he was 16 years old. He went on to get his private pilot and instrument ratings and loved to take to the skies whenever he had the chance. In 1994, Keith decided that it was time to make his passion for flight into a career and enrolled in the Delta Connection Academy. It wasn’t until after graduating from the Academy and becoming a flight instructor that Keith realized he had a knack for teaching and actually enjoyed it!

In 1996, Keith’s dream of becoming an airline pilot became a reality and he flew for Comair Airlines for 12 ½ years. While at the airline, he was able to continue his love for teaching by working for 6 of those years in the training department as a ground school instructor and simulator instructor.

Keith currently holds an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and is able to instruct in single and multi-engine aircraft as well as teach the instrument rating. He holds type ratings in the Brasilia, Cessna Citation, and Canadair Regional Jet.

Our mission is to inform the public on the relatively erocess and the freedom associated with becoming a private pilot.
Imagine the hosts (referred to as the crew on the show) sitting in an airport hangar chatting about a wide variety of aviation issues. Listeners (referred to as the passengers on the show) call in with questions and share stories about their own experiences while learning to fly. 

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