News from the Princeton Airport's Flying Tigers
Don Denny, President
Next PAFT Meeting
May 12th, 2021 at 6:30pm via Zoom.
At our May meeting, guest speaker Valerie Meola, Aviation Team Leader, National Weather Service, spoke on NWS Weather Forecasting Products & Services for Aviation. The talk was great and the follow-up questions even better.
It is fantastic to see society opening up again as the pandemic recedes in the US. With improving weather and fewer restrictions, we have had an active fly-in month as reported by Ben Gazdowicz. PAFT adapted over the last year, hosting monthly Zoom meetings with 15 different presentations by speakers since June 2020. Our next meeting will be devoted to planning the club’s activities and goals over the next year. Please join us to provide input. If you cannot be online, feel free to email your thoughts to me.
Stay well and fly safe,
Princeton Airport’s Flying Tigers Mini-Fly-Ins
As predicted, May turned out to be the best month this year to fly, with 10 trips, to 7 airports, involving 20 planes and 32 passengers and crew. We visited 5 additional airports, including Lock Haven, PA (KLHV) home of the Piper museum, Easton, MD (KESN) and Cambridge, MD (KCGE). With the easing of the COVID restrictions and the widespread availability of the vaccine we are now including airports and restaurants with indoor dining. If you enjoy finding new places to fly to, and enjoy the company of other pilots, join us this June and make the most of the good flying weather ahead.
If there are planes and food, PAFT members will be there. See pictures below.
PAFT Restaurant guide: UPDATED!!!
Ben Gazdowicz - firstname.lastname@example.org