Princeton Airport Flying Tigers Zoom Meeting June 10th

June 7, 2020
Dear Fellow Pilot,
     The next scheduled meeting of Princeton Airport Flying Tigers is June 10. We welcome everyone in the airport community for the meeting. It will be no surprise that this will be a web meeting using Zoom. Ernie has updated the PAFT web page ( to reflect the change. I encourage you to RSVP on the web page.
     I am pleased to announce that we have a guest speaker for the meeting. Patrick Bradley is a friend and fellow pilot at Princeton, an aviation attorney who flies his Cirrus SR22 extensively for business and pleasure. Patrick’s title is “Musings on a 40-year career in Aviation.” Formerly a writer for Flying, Patrick is the coauthor of 2 aviation books with Richard Collins, INSTRUMENT FLYING REFRESHER and CONFIDENT FLYING – A PILOT UPGRADE. If you want to learn a little about Patrick, read his article “Remembering Richard Collins”
     PAFT Members should already have received the Zoom link for the meeting. For non-members, including students, please contact me directly by email and I will forward the Zoom link.
     Many of us have found ourselves using Zoom for teleconferences, especially since the Covid shutdown. If you are not using it already, please check to see if you need to download the Zoom app for your device in order to participate in the meeting. The app can be downloaded at, the Apple App store, and probably also from the Google store.
    We will have time for socializing as well as reports on the March meeting, flyins, and the airport report. We just won’t all be in the same place at the same time. The meeting starts at 6:30PM and Patrick starts his presentation at 7.
Happy Flying,
Don Denny, President