A decade ago, Randy Greene, Safe Flight Instrument Corp.’s president and CEO, flew the company’s TFE731-powered Falcon 20F-5 (since succeeded by a Falcon 900C) from Westchester County Airport (HPN) in New York on a business trip to San Diego’s Lindbergh Field (SAN) with Dave Hurley, then with PrivatAir, in the copilot’s seat. Cruising at FL 400 with its Safe Flight autothrottles set to 0.33 AoA, the airplane touched down at SAN after 6+41 hr. in flight against an ...

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