Summer time brings longer days and warmer weather, which means more activity at The Princeton Airport. The flight school has been busy with students flying and many completions. Congratulations to those students. What a difference a year makes with the pandemic. We are so happy to have the airport buzzing this summer with new planes, new faces, new base customers, good weather, and lots of flying!
And the best news of all, after months of paperwork and prodding, Ken Nierenberg has gotten Night Approaches approved! Night approaches are authorized again using RNAV 10 and VOR-A to 10. No night approaches to 28. This will reportedly show up on the IAP’s soon, but you can already confirm in the NOTAM database
We welcome two unusual planes to 39N!
If you are interested in purchasing an airplane or have any questions about the process, please call or email Ken Nierenberg 609-731-4628 / firstname.lastname@example.org
“ME FROM ABOVE”
Cessna 172 with Garmin 530 & 430
Final Approval by the FAA for VFR & IFR hours
It’s now online – come by and check it out.
You Are Invited!
‘CROSS COUNTRY PLANNING’ WEBINAR
with CFI Wesley Chin
Tuesday, August 17th, 2021
NOTE NEW TIME: 8:00 – 9:00pm
Princeton Flying School
Milestones during July, 2021
FAA Medical Doctor Michael Nosko will be here TWICE
Wednesday, August 11th and Saturday, August 21st, 2021
8:00 am – noon
Walk-ins ’til 11:30
For appointments: 609-921-3100
Schedule: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Class medicals.
From The Right Seat, Chief Pilot Emeritus Peter Rafle
News from the Princeton Airport’s Flying Tigers