The Pilot Flight Training House

Image on Phone of Clubhouse RoomThe Pilot Flight Training house on Clubhouse is an aviation community where the podcasts are recorded. Pilots and aviation enthusiasts from around the world come together to discuss subjects related to flight training. The house meets the second and fourth Saturdays of each month at 10 AM Eastern Time (1400 Z March through October, and 1500 Z November through February) and sometimes other days. The house embraces new members and would love to have you join!

The moderators of the club are Captain Theresa (administrator), Henrique Carneiro, Shanita Polk, Omar AlHelali, Johnny Pickett, Moe Dani, Dana Navarro, Raphael Lopez, and Tamara Griffith. The air traffic control specialist is April Ellis. The official scribe, room support, and behind-the-scenes encourager is the wonderful “Z!

In old recordings, you may hear us referring to the house as a club. We changed over in April 2023. We’d love to have you join us as we speak! In order to be recorded for the podcast, we ask that you sign this release form first.

Announcements & Schedules

Most of our house announcements are posted on the Instagram account @landingswithaflair.


Clubhouse is a social media platform based on audio where you can have meaningful conversations with speakers from around the world. Some people compare it to a live podcast where the listeners can join the conversation. Others say that it is like a Zoom meeting without visuals.

Anyone may join Clubhouse by downloading the application on Android or iOS phones. Profiles must be linked to a phone number to identify each user. We recommend that you check out the New User Guide they offer. There are also helpful introductory sessions that you can attend after you join!

One of the reasons we enjoy Clubhouse is that it brings people together from many different parts of the aviation industry – mechanics and aircraft engineers, air traffic controllers, flight attendants, dispatchers, safety experts, and more. In addition to representing different parts of the industry, it is not uncommon to have speakers from every populated continent joining in the same conversation. As you listen to Clubhouse, you may hear noises from daily life in the background, as people will often speak on the application as they simultaneously accomplish other tasks.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

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