Full House

Full House (1987)

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Taking the Plunge - S8-E19

Corrected entry: DJ and Nelson take Nelson's private jet to stop Kimmy's wedding, but Danny and Jesse make it there only minutes after. How did they manage that? They read the note quite a while later, had to drive to the airport, check the flights, buy tickets and wait till the plane takes off.

Correction: For one thing, if you have a private plane, you don't just go to the airport, hop into your plane, fly off and then park and go. There are procedures that have to take place such as filing a flight plan, waiting for a turn on the runway (which might take a while for an "unscheduled" flight), etc. then there is more that the pilot/owner is responsible for upon landing. Secondly, the private plane facilities aren't usually as conveniently located as the commercial ones and might even be at totally different airports. Third, most private jets fly about 100 mph slower than commercial jets.


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