ZOOM WEBINAR with CFII Michael Colley Subject: Key Aspects of Instrument Flying – Part 2 We had a great turn out at the last Instrument Flying Webinar and are excited to explore a bit more in Instrument Flying Part 2. In our continuation on this topic we examined avionics, clearances, navigation, briefing approach plates and […]
Are you a private pilot looking to get your instrument ticket? Or maybe an instrument student looking to learn more? Well this webinar is for you! Join us as Michael Colley, CFII at the Princeton Flying School takes a deep dive into IFR flying, avionics, charts, approach plates, and diagrams. In addition, learn more about […]
We are happy to announce, despite the unpredictable February weather, the Princeton Flying School has certified five new Licensed Pilots! See our new graduates in the March Newsletter below. If you are not yet following us on social media, check us out and do so! READ COMPLETE NEWSLETTER HERE
In this Princeton Flying School webinar, CFII Michael Colley discusses how to use all available weather information when it comes to flying in the weather system. A few topics include: Graphical Forecasts for Aviation, ASOS/AWOS/ATIS Surface Analysis Charts Cloud Coverage Charts Go/No-Go Decision Making METAR, TAF, ForeFlight Charts Alternate requirements and more! Learn how to […]
In this Princeton Flying School webinar, CFI Wesley Chin discusses how to safely operate at non-towered airports, with topics including: General operating procedures at non-towered airports (collision avoidance, traffic flow, straight-in approaches, and more) Recommended communication procedures when self-announcing on CTAF Traffic patterns at non-towered airports (determining traffic pattern direction, flow, entries and exits) Practice […]
Watch Webinar Video Now Wesley Chin, CFI, Princeton Flying School Wesley Chin obtained his Certified Flying Certificate at the Princeton Flying School. When he is not teaching students to fly, he is finishing his degree in Finance at Rutgers University.