SAFETY SEMINAR LET’S TALK ABOUT TRAFFIC PATTERNS Flight Instructor: Bryan Boyle Thursday, March 14, 2019, 7:00 pm PS: We can’t make it mandatory, however everyone of you who fly at 39N should attend as it is vitally important. Make an effort!!!
Each month has had significant weather which effects our everyday operations. Last month we had the “Polar Vortex” – and this past week we had winds that were between 50-60 mph. As March rolls in, we hope for more normal weather and more normal operations. Longer days are already evident and we’ll all “spring […]
In this video Susie Sathianathan, a student here at Princeton Flying School, describes her journey from Zimbabwe to Princeton New Jersey. Susie started flying at a young age in Zimbabwe. When she moved to New Jersey she needed to get re-certified and fortunately found Princeton Flying School. She is now close to earning her Flight […]
Welcome to “From The Right Seat” with Pete Rafle, Princeton Flying School Instructor Emeritus. In this episode Pete shares a few flying stories and teaching tips gained from his 55 years in the air… including his years with Pan Am and TWA. “From The Right Seat” with Pete Rafle is sponsored by the Princeton Flying […]
As the “Polar Vortex” makes its way toward the east, we’re taking all precautions to make your flying safe. It’s surely a challenge. We dealt with the extremes of heat, wetness and now cold. Stay warm and consult your winter weather flying techniques to make sure all goes well. Despite the weather we have had […]
FAA Medical Doctor Doctor will be in on Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 8:00 am – noon Walk-ins until 11:30 am For appointments -609-921-3100 FAA Medical Doctor Michael Nosko IMPORTANT NEWS REGARDING MEDICAL APPLICATIONS!! EFFECTIVE OCT 1 2012 (FOR NEXT FAA DOC APPOINTMENT): ALL FAA MEDICAL FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT ON-LINE @ https://medxpress.faa.gov/ PRIOR TO […]