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  • 07-22-2012, 01:19 AM
    SSIIICK
    I actually like when there are less people on the plane. It is a nice, peaceful flight and I can usually get a lot done or relax depending on my mood. However, now that I have Internet on the plane, I find myself texting (via iPhone's iMessage) and emailing a lot. Just for reference, I am on a G3 so there is plenty of room for others if needed or wanted.
  • 07-21-2012, 07:41 PM
    Jace
    Flatirons Aviation Management is one of the best private companies that charters.
    They have a couple falcon 2000's a Global Express and a Challengar 604.
    Based in CO, but stationed out of TX and CA.
    Capable of flying to anywhere in the world.

    Check online for the company info and number if anyone's interested in the highest level of service in crew, management and aircraft.
  • 07-12-2012, 06:15 PM
    [email protected]
    Quote Originally Posted by JimF355 View Post
    I do one of two extremes when I fly. I'm either doing something extremely mindless (looking at Maxim, sleeping, eating, etc.) or I am working extremely hard on business reading docs and signing things.
    There's very little in between and it totally depends on my mood. Also, many of my flights are less than 2 hours so often you can't accomplish a whole lot anyway.
    I am the same. Some flights I am almost manic in getting work done.
  • 07-12-2012, 05:40 PM
    JimF355
    Quote Originally Posted by KingNikan View Post
    I have never flown private, but I don't think I would mind being alone in a jet, can get more work done.
    I do one of two extremes when I fly. I'm either doing something extremely mindless (looking at Maxim, sleeping, eating, etc.) or I am working extremely hard on business reading docs and signing things.
    There's very little in between and it totally depends on my mood. Also, many of my flights are less than 2 hours so often you can't accomplish a whole lot anyway.
  • 07-12-2012, 05:06 PM
    KingNikan
    Quote Originally Posted by JimF355 View Post
    I fly private alone on a regular basis and the last thing I would describe it as is lonely. I guess everyone's personality is different, but the last thing I'm concerned with when flying is if I will be lonely or not.
    I have never flown private, but I don't think I would mind being alone in a jet, can get more work done.
  • 07-12-2012, 01:51 PM
    SMW
    Quote Originally Posted by bradb1us View Post
    Very nice Lear 60 bradb1us!

    Attachment 67781
  • 07-12-2012, 06:21 AM
    bradb1us
    Quote Originally Posted by JimF355 View Post
    I fly private alone on a regular basis and the last thing I would describe it as is lonely. I guess everyone's personality is different, but the last thing I'm concerned with when flying is if I will be lonely or not.
    Absolutely. I quite enjoy flying by myself or with just one other person.

    It's also fun to take some friends as well, however. Here at the 2012 US Open in SFO:

  • 07-11-2012, 11:08 PM
    jibaholic101
    ^It's a perk to not have to deal with the smelly, rude, and unkempt hoards of people.
  • 07-11-2012, 09:08 PM
    JimF355
    I fly private alone on a regular basis and the last thing I would describe it as is lonely. I guess everyone's personality is different, but the last thing I'm concerned with when flying is if I will be lonely or not.
  • 07-11-2012, 02:06 PM
    SMW
    Quote Originally Posted by Diamond View Post
    i am just stating it must be quite lonely IF you flew alone private, u get what i mean?
    Yes I know what you mean, but it doesn't happen often. Flying private alone would be like driving on a long stretch of highway alone for 6-8 hrs, but without being able to watch a movie, talk to friends, surf the web, or the dozen other activities you can do on a well equipped jet.
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