Citation XL Flight to Miami and My Last Flight in the M2

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  1. Thanks for all the fun flights in the M2. Looking forward to taking us along on new adventures. Also enjoyed listening to your Pilot to Pilot interview. You're one cool guy to vicariously live through! πŸ™‚

  2. In 3 years you will be able to ride a luxury train from Miami to MCO new south terminal in three hours travel time……..we are building it now, Virgin Trains USA

  3. You have many followers all over the country. Nice that those guys who landed in front of you at Miami Exec got to meet you. You've probably been an inspirational force through your entertaining and informative flight videos. Bye bye M-2.

  4. I have a great story; similar to your final approach (120 kts Vs 60 kts) scenario but just the opposite. In May of 1986 I was returning to my home base airport (PTK) after nearly completing my last solo cross country: PTK – TVC – JXN – PTK. Five miles out I reported in with the current ATIS information. Coming from JXN with winds out of the East I was informed to expect a straight in approach for runway 9R. When I was 2 miles out the controller cautioned me for the possibility of wake turbulence from a corporate jet that was on short final for 9R. Right before leaving my flight school I was told that Lee Iacocca was on that jet. He's still alive at 94. In case you didn't know this Chuck Yeager is still with us at 96. Thought I'd just throw that in as a FYI =)

  5. A question for you Captain? How much does the APU cost to run? By that I mean how much $ per X Time is it to run, if say the passengers do not show as they say?
    Nice video. Wait? You go to a Cuban Restaurant and get pancakes? Hope you scribbled your name in the wheel well of the M2.

  6. Great video Jim! I can really appreciate the editing that goes into these videos. I just started a channel and have made a couple of flying videos with music + ATC audio. I just want to thank you for inspiring me. I saw a video you posted a couple of years ago. And you said if you want to become a pilot. β€œJust go do it!” I went to the airport the next day and took a discovery flight. Got my license in 40.3 hrs. I’m in love with aviation and can’t wait to make a career of it. Thanks again!

  7. QUESTION…..Due to the tremendous complexities of a jet aircraft (M2), exactly what does a potential buyer look for when they're taken for an acceptance-ride? There just seems so much to comprehend in such a short time. I'm sure looking through the plane's flight and service logs are of great value, too.

  8. Looking nice…Well, we got rain here in Chicago for this afternoon today Thursday. It is warmer by about 67 here and that is nice….Well, you enjoy Florida and yes I wish I was going to Florida today…

  9. Captain
    El Rinconcito have several restaurants around Miami and lunch and dinner menus are awesome
    There is one relatively close to KTMB
    I will get you the address and sent it your way
    Safe flying
    Arturo πŸ›©πŸ›©πŸ›©πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜ŽπŸ

  10. Jim update from me….I’ve taught the Mustang since moving to Orlando FSI. Now in initial for CX! Any thoughts that your principal might buy a X, I could train you and Mike then!😎😎😎 lol……

  11. I know I must spend too much time on the road. I noticed that was a courtyard before you even said it πŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈ Awesome video.

  12. Hi Captain
    For some reason you have figured out the good cuban places to eat in Miami
    El Rinconcito has good food and prices are very reasonable
    Those cuban toast and the rest of the breakfast look good!!!!!!
    Safe flying
    Arturo πŸ›©πŸ›©πŸ›©πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜ŽπŸ

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