Flying the Caribbean (Part 9) - Bahamas to California -- Finishing Touches

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Flying the Caribbean (Part 9) - Bahamas to California -- Finishing Touches

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Finishing touches to a great adventure… seascapes, the mechanical, some weather, and a debrief. In this final episode of the series we depart the Bahamas, clear customs in Florida, and continue westbound for California, with overnights in Texas and Arizona. Trip totals… 18 days, 63 flying hours, 7 countries, and 7,300 nautical miles.

Many things go into making a flying tour successful, perhaps none more important than chemistry of the team. How do you find team members who fit together?

Thoughts, questions, and suggestions? I'd love to hear from you.
Thanks for your insight and enjoy the video!
Wayne, the GeezerGeek Pilot
Wayne McClelland
PPL/IR, 2008 Diamond Star DA40-XLS Supercharged 40.922, KSBA
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