CFI Wesley Chin presents a simulated oral exam with a 39N student pilot during an online webinar at 7pm on Monday September 19th. An insightful opportunity to sit in on a qualification scenario and be exposed to questions and decision making. // Request the Webinar link => firstname.lastname@example.org
We have spent the last month truly reflecting on Naomi’s life and her impact at the Airport and in the community. To learn more about her and celebrate her presence, we would like to bring attention to a podcast that was recorded with her and ATP CFII, Pete Rafle, where she shared stories about the […]
Attention Pilots… We will Buy Back your CX-3 Flight Computer for $50. See any Flight Coordinator for details. Return your CX-3 and get $50 Credit to use at the airport!
Jack Nierenberg & Ken Nierenberg pictured in the Town Topics newspaper article written by Jean Stratton. FAIR SKIES AHEAD: “In 1985, when we moved here, we had no idea we were carrying forward the torch of aviators from 1911 at this site. We think those early aviators would be very pleased with the expansion of […]
‘Runway Incursion Avoidance’ presented by CFI Wesley Chin Recorded Wednesday April 20th In this Princeton Flying School webinar, CFI Wesley Chin presents concepts including… appropriate flight deck activities to avoid runway incursions hotspots operations at towered and non towered airports night operations Wesley Chin, CFI, Princeton Flying School Wesley Chin obtained his Certified Flying Certificate […]
Welcome Spring! While the Spring is off to a somewhat cold start, the extended daylight hours have been wonderful. There are many students preparing for their check ride next month and we are excited to have new licensed pilots here at the Princeton Airport. This past month we celebrated the 37th Anniversary of the Nierenbergs’ […]