Who out there moves rock stars around? Are they private 91 operators or 135, or even fractional? Just curious, I always thought that would be fun, or maybe a pain. Does Geffen have a flight department?
Back in the 80s I was a lineman and we had Aerosmith come in on a Citation II. The crew left immediately to go to the concert. About 1-1/2 hours later the crew shows back up with six VERY young (15-17 yr old) girls. They told them "come to the airport and you'll meet the band." Well, these girls had plenty to drink and were excited (pardon the pun) at the prospects of meeting the band. Well...each pilot picked out his favorite groupy and took them out behind the hangar where we had an old pickup. Business over, band showing up, they loaded up and left and not one of the girls got to meet any of the group.
So, the plane departed and I'm left with six crying, drunk, 2-used, girls ticked at the world.
Around the same time Bon Jovi was riding around in a G1. I ended up with about 3 seconds of face time on one of their videos and enjoyed a short birthday party aboard the airplane for one of the memebers. Oh to be young again
If I remember correctly the video was from "Wanted, Dead or Alive". That might not be the exact title, but it is in the lyrics chorus. As you see the band, specifically Bon Jovi himself, departing the plane, I'm the lowly ramp rat at the bottom of the door greeting them as they exit. If you blink, you'll miss it