Aug 31, 2020
161 Kobe Bryant Crash Update and Aviation News of the Weird with Flying Magazine’s Rob Mark
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161 Max talks with Flying Mag Sr. Editor Rob Mark about the latest events related to the Kobe Bryant crash plus recent aviation stories of the weird. Island Express Helicopters has sued two SoCal air traffic controllers for wrongful death. Illusionist David Blaine plans to hold onto hydrogen balloons until reaching 29,000 feet. Customs stops a private jet in Florida that was headed to South America with 82 firearms and 63,000 rounds of ammunition on board.
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