Re: Who here is a pilot?
No license here either but I do spend time in the company Lear. Great way to get somewhere fast but a bit cramped. Sort of like flying in a paper towel tube with a fancy interior.
We (company) used to have a Beech Bonanza that one of our group flew (he was the company pilot) but they sold that and got the Lear and he's not certified for it.
I'd like to see the owners spring for a Gulfstream sometime. That way I can stand up in the cabin.
Best thing about private is there is no hassle with TSA, no boarding bs but no stews either. Beverages are up to you....
I almost think that Ted Nugent's wife actually forgot she was flying commercial and the pistol in the purse (which is fine when flying private) busted her butt. Many times, I've carried my 1911 on the Lear.
'It's not about me
, it's about we