To the West Coast! Leg 1 of a Private jet flight to California Posted on April 27, 2019 california chicago hotels COAST dallas hotels flight hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas jet las vegas hotels leg Private private jet rental property travel travel vlog vacation West 36 thoughts on “To the West Coast! Leg 1 of a Private jet flight to California” I’ve flown to Springs many times from SoCal, Jet Center has always treated me wonderfully!Reply Your passenger deserted you somewhere during the flight I guess it was nap time😊 love your acceleration on take off .Reply Awesome video, love the takeoff!!! Enjoy your videos very much,! Safe journeys, thanks!!Reply Enjoyed the intro music. Good job. Bring some of that San Diego weather back with you.. Stay safe.Reply Hi Greg! I fly my Mooney out of COS. Happy to see you stopping in for fuel. Jet Center are good folks!Reply Surprised your TCAS didn't give you a call out on the go-around traffic. Beautiful flight… Envious!Reply Appreciate the jump cuts of the panel; which seems nicely laid out. Modular. Lets me pause the video to soak in what I want. What does un-syncing vs. leaving the engines synced on final do?Reply Always awesome to watch your videos Greg….. thanks for sharing!Reply What's crazy is, if a person was driving from downtown LA to Carlsbad they would still need to leave at 2:35 to get there by 6:30.Reply Excellent video Greg! My favorite State!Reply Great video , as always I have to stay to the end. You make flying such fun.Reply You probably flew over my house!! On approach path for Airport in Carlsbad.Reply Appreciate you letting us ride along. Something none of us ever get a chance to do. Thanks for the time you take to make these videos and sharing them with us.Reply Another great video!! Thanks for letting us fly along!! Aim High USAF!!Reply Wasn't expecting that much float,……….found myself grabbing my chair,….!Reply Great video! Loved the split screen on landing! Thanks for sharing sir!Reply If you want to listen to the music just look up lay it down by clayReply two tree zeroReply That was interesting to see more of the inside of your airplane. I have wondered if you had a toilet on board, but I have figured that you probably didn't.Now it has me wondering if you have ever had to dash back there and use it during a flight🤔🙂Great Flight, I enjoyed it very much👍Reply i'd love to be ATC just to talk to you guys in that voice. roger that. good morning!Reply Greg, One more query…I notice on rotation you apply significant rear yoke movement then relax a lot of that movement. I see that also in other videos with Citations, etc. Is that a "T" tail characteristic or a function of the wing design for the speeds jets obtain?Reply Yeah fuck my life.Reply I really enjoy your videos, thanks.Reply Gotta love the Porsche of the sky. Quickie trip to Colorado then on to SoCal.Reply I love your videos, Mr. Greg, getting better and entertained and very good and smooth landing !!, Congratulations, greetings!Reply @premier1driver what’s the longest leg you’ve flown in the CONUS in 390GM?Reply You'd think it'd be a concern the fuel nozzle laying on the hanger floor like it did with the risk of picking up dirt or contamination. But I guess that's what fuel filters are for.Reply Great video! I love the music sprinkled throughout.Reply I saw the title and thought it would be funny if you were ending up a KCRQ. Have fun, and welcome to SoCal.Reply Enjoy Colorado Springs!Reply Great vlog as always! Loved that landing too! Ps love the Panerai!Reply Nice ride, good tunes, looks like we provided you with the usual Colorado turbulence downwind of Pikes, and I chuckled when the landing got longer, and longer… haha.KPUB will usually beat KCOS pricing on fuel by quite a bit, if you feel like going a little further south for your fuel stop.Safe travels.Reply Love the flight. The music, well, not so much. no need.Reply Greg, are you still in the Guard???Reply Aw shucks, pard, when we spool 'em up…we gonna have a good time…we gonna make it last, yea'Reply Watching your videos, it seems like most of your flying is under 1k miles. Hypothetically, ever consider changing to a longer range jet? If you did make that choice, what would you pick to replace the Premier?Reply 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.