The Princeton Flying Tigers and Commemorative Air Force picnic will be this Saturday 9/18 starting at 10:30 am. All are invited! The picnic will be on the ramp by the main office at the picnic table. Come meet some fellow aviators and learn about these two organizations at 39N.
What an fantastic summer we have had here at the Princeton Airport. Some beautiful days, some scorching hot days, some days with low ceilings, but the best days were spent in the air. We have some exciting news this month So much to be proud of. Pete Rafle joined an organization of octogenarian pilots. We […]
1978 Cessna 182 Fresh Annual TT: 1679 SMOH: 160 Engine done by Mattituck, 2006 Minor damage in 1989, see logs 2 Owner plane, Hangared whole life Original Paint: 9/10 Updated interior: 8/10 No Corrosion, No Hail Garmin 430 Narco MK12E TSO Garmin 335 ADSB Transponder Out Stec 50 Autopilot with Altitude Hold GPSS EI […]
CROSS COUNTRY PLANNING Webinar with CFI Wesley Chin Tuesday, 8/17, 8-9 PM In this Princeton Flying School webinar, CFI Wesley Chin covered Cross-Country Flight Planning, with topics including: • Definitions of terms used in flight planning • Filling out a VFR navigation log with a sample scenario flight from 39N-KAVP • How to use a CX-3 […]
Summer time brings longer days and warmer weather, which means more activity at The Princeton Airport. The flight school has been busy with students flying and many completions. Congratulations to those students. What a difference a year makes with the pandemic. We are so happy to have the airport buzzing this summer with new planes, […]