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Light show at FL380



See? Now that right there happened. Pictures baby. How was the ride? Stud.

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 Post subject: Re: Flying the Citation II
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Smooth as glass. Onboard showed we topped most of it and steered clear of the big boys. ADSB range too short for a jet. Selling my GDL39 and buying GDL52 today!

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 Post subject: Re: Flying the Citation II
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Smooth as glass. Onboard showed we topped most of it and steered clear of the big boys. ADSB range too short for a jet. Selling my GDL39 and buying GDL52 today!



A must. Especially in the jet.

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Ask for a block from 410 to 430 that will give you the slow climb or wait till you burn it off and climb, usually within a hour and a half doing the step climb we can get her up to 430.

This trip was from a few weeks ago, we were over Savannah, GA from West Palm, about 12,000 lbs burning, 780 lbs at mach .6

Gary

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The top one is the Expanded Localizer pointer, and the bottom one is Rate of Turn

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I took the II up to FL400 yesterday. We were approx 13,000lbs. -40dC. We made 320KTAS on 840lbs/hr. After passing the line of storms I was over, we descended to FL370 and made 346KTAS on 960lbs/hr.

I would do it again. It took awhile to get to cruise AOA, but it cleared up our gap on radar, and after 10 minutes we went VMC. Thats nice when working around the big stuff.


I didn’t quite realize what effect climbing above the weather would have on you:)

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I didn’t quite realize what effect climbing above the weather would have on you:)

Robert


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The top one is the Expanded Localizer pointer, and the bottom one is Rate of Turn

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Climbing on top, 400 knots, FL380....
You guys make me sick!

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Hmmm, wonder what a solid red paint job on an older Citation would cost...

Maybe a little (lot) less than an SF-50? ;) :duck:


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Or a red Eclipse! Luc just needs enough GW for he and Nancy and her bags. Can’t have you guys tagging along cramping his style. No need for bigger plane like JC.

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Sounds like a job for a TBM.


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Or a red Eclipse! Luc just needs enough GW for he and Nancy and her bags. Can’t have you guys tagging along cramping his style. No need for bigger plane like JC.

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Or a red Eclipse! Luc just needs enough GW for he and Nancy and her bags. Can’t have you guys tagging along cramping his style. No need for bigger plane like JC.


Yup, I keep coming have back to that one. TBM is best suited for my missiona and my skills and learning capacity. (And budget).
I watched a series of very good YouTube movies about a guy who transitioned from Cirrus to the Cirrus jet using their program. This humbled me. I honestly didn’t think I could do that and pass it.
Very sad realization.
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I've never met you, but from reading your posts about your flying on here, I have no doubt you could learn to fly a jet. Ride in the right seat with me or anyone else for a few trips. Once you get the flows, procedures, SOPs, all you then have to do is condition yourself for flying at a faster speed. It's easily doable for someone who wants to do it and is current on instruments. You won't get turned loose single pilot immediately, but it will come sooner than you think. If you think you can fly a turboprop, you can fly a jet. It's much easier.

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Birthday bash in KTEX this weekend. John L being one of the birthday boys. Ken C, A friend to many jet BTers was another. Plane loads came from around the country to celebrate. Including: 2 CJ2’s, CJ3, Encore, M2, C550, Meridian. Fun times.

Maybe 10 BTers in attendance out of 75. Good to have friends.


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Birthday bash in KTEX this weekend. John L being one of the birthday boys. Ken C, A friend to many jet BTers was another. Plane loads came from around the country to celebrate. Including: 2 CJ2’s, CJ3, Encore, M2, C550, Meridian. Fun times.

Maybe 10 BTers in attendance out of 75. Good to have friends.


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