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The Haggis and Poutine Show – Guest Roster as of April 6th, 2021

Written by on April 1, 2021

UPDATED: April 8th

All Shows will air at 1300z (2pm BST, 9am EDST)

Upcoming Guests as of April 6th, 2021

April 11th: Filbert Flies (YouTube)
Filbert is a lovely Gent who delights thousands of people on YouTube with his simulation skills and amazing character.  He’s a natural-born orator and was a delight to interview.

April 18th: Martyn (Just Flight)
I have the privilege of chatting with Martyn from one of Flight Simulation’s most esteemed Third-Party Studios, Just Flight.  As a former customer who adored their products, Martyn now holds a senior position within Just Flight and speaks with me about it’s past success, current buzz around the Piper Arrow and future plans for MSFS2020.

April 25th: Dj Skip (Skyblue Radio)
One of my greatest guests is a long-time friend and fellow presenter for SkyBlue Radio.  Skip has his own weekly show and podcast on our station but comes from a rich aviation history.  We share a common bond around our experience with the Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton, ON, CANADA and find out during our call that we’ve actually met in real life!

May 2nd: Nels Anderson, Flightsim.com
Probably the oldest staples of online Flight Simulation, Flightsim.com has been an ever-present source of community, news, features and downloadable content.  I sit down with its founder, Nels Anderson – a Gent I’ve known for the better part of 20 years – as we talk about the evolution and incredible change we’ve both observed in the Flight Simulation community over the last 20+ years.

May 9th: Winfried Diekmann (CEO, Aerosoft)
Anyone involved in the Flight Simulation community, even newcomers, will have heard of Aerosoft by now.  Aerosoft is another pedigree Third-Party studio that has produced some truly amazing and detailed products over the years.  I chat with Aerosoft CEO, Winfried Diekmann about their fantastic legacy, the recent CRJ release for FS2020 and their upcoming releases such as the De-Havilland DHC-6 Twin Otter.


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