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A Flight School’s Dream

This is the east ramp on a beautiful summer afternoon – everyone was in the air, and so was our fleet. It appears that only two airplanes were tied down. We don’t often get such a stunning day, but surely those who took advantage of the weather had a wonderful flight.

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Pinchhitters Course

Once again Assistant Chief Pilot, Peter Rafle, taught the pinchhitter class to eight willing co-pilots. According to Pete, they were excellent students and should be great help when flying in the right seat. Well done.

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Princeton Airport Flying Tigers sponsoring the Meet ‘N Greet

Princeton Airport Flying Tigers sponsoring the                Meet ‘N Greet                 with coffee & bagels Saturday, August 4,  2012 -10:00 – noon Summer brings fond memories of trips by airplane.  Share your experiences with others who will understand the intricacies of dealing with the strange weather this summer.  Bring a friend and enjoy.

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Building Your Own Airplane

Many of us know people who have built their own plane in their garages, in hangars, or in a basements.  But Vlad Karpayev built his RV 9A in an apartment in Brooklyn.  At right is Vlad  with his plane at First Flight – how appropriate. His interesting story was featured in EAA Sport Aviation. Read it – […]

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