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Student Advantages at Princeton Flying School

Princeton Flying School a very good place for students to train for their pilots’ licenses. We have a relatively new runway. It’s 3,600 feet long so it’s more than long enough for our students to train. In fact we get all types of planes coming into the Princeton Airport. We’re a non-towered airport, so we’re not associated with the control […]

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Meet Jeff Slutsky – Princeton Flying School Instructor

Jeff Slutsky is a very popular flight instructor here at the Princeton Flying School. In this first in a series of videos, Jeff describes how students learn to fly at Princeton Airport. Jeff has been a flight instructor since 2006 and has been teaching at Princeton Flying School for the last 2 years. Most prospective students […]

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Pete Rafle – What Attracts Students to Learn to Fly?

Princeton News Network recently caught up with Pete Rafle, one of Princeton Airport’s flying school instructors, to learn more about his tenure at the Princeton Airport. In this segment of the video interview, Pete discusses many of the most common reasons that students are attracted to take flying lessons to learn to fly and get […]

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Meet Pete Rafle – Princeton Flying School Instructor

Princeton News Network recently caught up with Pete Rafle, one of Princeton Airport’s flying school instructors, to learn more about his tenure at the Princeton Airport. A transcript of our interview follows. I’m Pete Rafle and I’ve been flying airplanes since 1963. I joined the Navy and learned how to fly. In the Navy, I […]

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