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Brought to you by the Seaplane Pilots Association, “Water Flying” is a weekly podcast featuring news, tips and tricks, discussions on seaplane safety and interviews with manufactures, seaplane CFI’s, industry leaders and passionate seaplane pilots from around the world. Fan, owner or operator, you will find these episodes entertaining and highly informative.

It’s great to be back again for another week of Water Flying! This week Aaron Martin from U.S. Fish & Wildlife joins Steve on location

Gary Norris president of the Greenville International Seaplane Fly-In joins Steve this episode to discuss the 2022 seaplane event at Moosehead Lake in Maine. Listen

This episode of Water Flying reveals the surprising amount of seaplane flying opportunities in the state of Texas. SPA Texas & Regional Field Director Mike

This episode is dedicated to all that contributed to creating the amazingly successful year the seaplane community has experienced in 2021. Thank you and we

Join us for a discussion on flying seaplanes in California with severe drought conditions, glassy water landings and insights into the Seaplane Foundation scholarship programs.

Amphib seaplane owners, operators and those wishing to purchase an amphibious seaplane will not want to miss this episode discussing amphibious seaplane wheel maintenance tips

Andy Jackson the Flight Training Network Manager at Icon Aircraft joins us on this episode of the Water Flying podcast to discuss the numerous flight

Why is the Cessna 185 Skywagon such a legendary seaplane and bush plane? In this episode of Water Flying, we discuss this topic with Stephen

Peter Christie is one of the most active Seaplane Pilots Association volunteers, and for nine years and running he has traveled from Alaska to Florida

Water Flying magazine’s editor Mark Twombly joins Steve McCaughey for an in depth discussion on the small but effective team that puts together the seaplane