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Sightseeing Flight Around L.A. on a Learjet 25 (w/ Clay Lacy)

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Thank you again to the following sponsors for allowing my brother Jeff & I, the opportunity of a lifetime!

Clay Lacy
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Van Nuys Airport

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Aircraft Info:

Clay Lacy Aviation 1968 Learjet 25
N564CL (c/n 25-060)


VNY to VNY (sightseeing flight)

Flight Date: Monday, September 2 (Labor Day)

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Who would have thought that I would have had a chance to fly on a turbojet Lear, with "Mr. Learjet", aviation legend Clay Lacy at the controls? Even cooler than that was the altitude that we cruised around at, while checking out some local attractions.

One interesting side note, this aircraft actually belonged to Bill Lear.

At one point of the video, you'll notice a steep climb, when we asked Clay about it at the end of the flight, he said that our initial vertical speed was 10,000 feet per minute!

Sights along the way:

07:48 - Pacific Design Center
08:05 - Hollywood Sign
08:39 - Griffith Observatory
09:30 - Downtown Los Angeles
10:23 - Dodger Stadium
10:44 - Eagle Rock
11:06 - Rose Bowl
11:58 - Burbank (Bob Hope) Airport (BUR/KBUR)
12:08 - Universal Studios Hollywood
12:57 - Van Nuys Airport (VNY/KVNY)
13:10 - Warner Center
13:35 - Rocketdyne
13:53 - Reagan Presidential Library
20:42 - Pepperdine University

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