Plane Talk Radio premieresStewart Lapayowker, an attorney whose practice focuses on private and corporate aviation, has launched a new Internet radio show, “Plane Talk Radio.”
The show is dedicated to promoting an appreciation and understanding of business aviation.
The premier broadcast on Oct. 14, featured a representative of the National Business Aviation Association, an Oklahoma City aircraft registration lawyer, and the CEO of Corporate Angel Network, a non-profit organization that arranges for empty seats on corporate aircraft to be used to transport cancer patients to treatment who could not otherwise afford the transportation.
The next show is scheduled for Nov. 1 at 12:30 p.m. His guest will be a former U.S. Secret Service Agent who was in several presidents’ protective details. They will be discussing security benefits of using corporate aircraft and tips for assessing a destination. They will also look back at the National Business Aviation Association’s (NBAA) annual convention and play interviews of several of the attendees.
On each show the host and guests will discuss a range of topics, including the ins and outs of owning, operating, buying, selling, financing and maintaining aircraft. The variety of guests includes experts from different fields of aviation, such as flight department managers, manufacturers, fractional program experts, aircraft brokers, aircraft finance representatives, and industry and trade representatives. The show also gives listeners a chance to ask questions and interact with Lapayowker and his guests by calling in at 877-511-1032 or entering the chat room.
“In light of the public perception of business aviation that has been somewhat tarnished in the media, I saw a good opportunity to showcase the benefits of business aviation and to address issues and concerns facing the industry as a whole,” said Lapayowker, who has handled transactions in the hundreds of millions of dollars over his 21-year career. “This is a great opportunity to get the word out about business aviation and to hear from those with practical experience in the field.”
Plane Talk Radio archived shows are available here.
For more information: BusinessAviationCounsel.com