Crossing the Gulf Of Mexico in a Private Jet-Nothing but blue… Posted on May 26, 2019 Blue chicago hotels Crossing dallas hotels Gulf hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas JetNothing las vegas hotels Mexico Private private jet rental property travel travel vlog vacation 30 thoughts on “Crossing the Gulf Of Mexico in a Private Jet-Nothing but blue…” Hello Sir, awesome video again! Was that April 22nd or May? Have a great time!Reply Thank you Sir, I really enjoy watching your videos, very informative, calm, cool, and collected. I'm an over 60 retired firefighter too old to start flying?Reply Love your videos Greg and this one is no exception. Great job and thanks as always for sharing with us 😉😁Reply Best line of the whole video: "Of course, the F-16 had a waiver."Reply Great Video (as always) Greg. Thanks for continuing to video, edit and post. Glad to see you didn't pick up any bee's this time at Love.Reply Enjoyed the gulf coast flight! After which YouTube served up your French Valley to Monterey flight which was a special treat! I live a few miles from French Valley. And, the first night landing I’ve seen from you!Reply I have a question… Is this his own plane or is he just a pilot for some company?Reply When I flew for an air carrier last in '89 the speed limit below 10,000' applied only inside the three mile limit from The US coastline. Has that changed? You seemed to be more than three miles off Sanibel.Reply Going into Naples reminds me the time we stayed at Sanibal island. enjoyed the short classical music clip a nice touch. Safe TravelsReply You said there is a honda jet. Fan or no fan? I always Enjoy your vids.Reply You mentioned the Honda jet. Have you flown one yet?Reply The way ATC sounded you were flying into chaos on way to final. You made it all look easy. Mix in a bumpy ride at 41,000 and at 35,000 ATC chasing ya down to a lower flight level. You handled it all with the smooth finesse. I enjoyed the flight as always.Reply Great flight!Reply Greased that one, Greg. No. 1 should be pleased! Thanks for sharing. Transponder situation resolved here. Best Wishes.Reply Love the IWC. Just picked one up myself.Reply why no winglets "or whatever those upright tips are called on the wing tips" on P1D ? I know nothing about planes I'm sorry if this is a dumb question !Reply Hi Greg. Thanks again for a pleasant flight.I can't believe P1 Rider is EVER upset with you, let alone for a bit o' bumpiness at altitude. I'd think, at minimum, the view would compensate for that. I'm sure she got over it.Reply Thanks for another great video Greg! And the music in this one was superb great choices.Reply Wow the control panel blows me away.Reply I thought he said number one with seven behind as well. You still got the preferential treatment over all. Nice update for sure.! Thank you for sharing Greg.!Reply Congratulations on the subscribers growth. Enjoy the videos! ✌️Reply Great video as always! One question about the SID. You were assigned the LNDRE FOUR which specifies crossing DRSET at or above 4000 so what was the significance of the "RNAV DRSET" with your takeoff clearance? Thank again.Reply Enjoyed as usual thanks !Reply hahaha…why is it too slow for you?Reply Great as always! Very educational for all level pilots. Fab video! Thank you –Reply On video it looks like the sky is less affected by the atmosphere than when looking up from the ground.Granted there is far less city smog at 35,000ft LOLReply Is Atlanta still the busiest airport in America?Anyway, great video and editing is very good. Could you show more altitudes or climbing rates in a small window some time, in addition to ground speed? Thanks.Reply I love the old Love Field! Made many trips into there for $19.00! I miss those days.Reply Another great video!Reply I just flew from Shreveport to ft Walton beach on alligent Airbus. Would you like to trade? Lol.. love your videosReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.