F.A.Q.

What are the ways to listen to the show?

iTunes: follow this link and click on the subscribe button. Or search for 'layovers' directly on iTunes.

RSS: click on this link or copy/paste the following: http://feed.layovers.to/podcast

Podcast apps: adding the RSS http://feed.layovers.to/podcast is often enough to subscribe to the show.

You can directly search for 'layovers' on the following apps, or click on the links provided:

If you want to get the show listed on your favorite podcast app, don't hesitate to let Alex and Paul know.

SoundCloud: click on this link and follow Layovers. 

The show is also posted on Facebook, Twitter and Google+

 

How often is the show on?

The podcast is recorded weekly. As the show is in its trial period, a definitive day of the week hasn't been set yet. 

Alex and Paul both travel extensively for business, which might affect the weekly schedule from time to time. 

 

What is the length of the show?

Between 70 and 90 minutes.

 

What is the structure of the show?

News of the week (around 30 minutes): the air travel news that have caught the eye of Alex and Paul during the previous week. Both trivial and industry news are covered.

Innovation (around 25 minutes): Paul and Alex dive into news related to air travel technology, startups and apps (called AirTech), passenger experience (PaxEx) and design (including marketing). 

App of the week (around 5 minutes): Alex and Paul pick one weekly app and discuss why.

Debate of the week (around 15-20 minutes): one topic covered with more depth. Guests will soon be invited to participate.

Question of the week (around 5 minutes): Alex and Paul attempt to answer one piece of trivia.

You can submit your questions here: http://lyv.rs/podcast-question

Airport of the week (around 5 minutes): a story, a tip or a piece of trivia about the airport the episode is named after.

 

How are the topics chosen?

In a nutshell, they are topics that the authors love.

Whilst the show attempts to cover a large band of aviation news, the focus is mostly on commercial aviation, its industry and the innovation surrounding it. 

Curating topics is about making choices: some topics will undoubtedly be left out—Alex and Paul admittedly sometimes struggle to pick and choose a subset of what comes out every week, but it is a good discipline that allows for focus, information and entertainment value.

 

How to submit a question featured in an episode?

Just fill out this form: http://lyv.rs/podcast-question

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