“I’m Steve Hansell. I’m a flight instructor here at Princeton Airport. I love it because it gives me a chance to fly a lot. It gives me a chance to teach. Those are my two main activities. I started my flight training here at Princeton Airport so I’m a good advertisement for the quality of […]
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 […]
Nothing gets your attention more than a military aircraft. As you can see, we have had some “up front and personal” military craft at 39N. Dwarfs everything else on the field, however it is still exciting to see. All is well at 39N – summer flying is in full swing. Take advantage of this weather […]
FAA Medical Doctor Doctor will be in on July12st, 2018. 8:00 am – 11:00am Please make an appointment by calling Princeton Airport, 609-921-3100. Schedule: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Class medicals. First, must fill out FAA medical form online at https://medxpress.faa.gov and receive a confirmation number. You must bring the confirmation number with you. No confirmation number, no physical.
In celebration of Women of Aviation Worldwide Week, Brett Bonnville, Social Media Content Specialist, caught up with Branka Brnovic, one of Princeton Flying School’s Certified Flight Instructors, and one of her female students for a brief photo session. In this FAQ video, Brett explains what he is up to… “I’m out here for a […]
“I think that we have consistently been busier than most flight schools in the area. Whether it’s drawing on the Princeton area, which the demographics are perfect for this kind of activity, I think that’s probably a big part of it, with the university and people who are interested in technology and aviation in general, […]