While Spring is off to a somewhat cold start, the extended daylight hours have been wonderful. What a windy welcome to Spring April gave us. You know what they say, April showers bring May flowers. We hope that the winds die down this month and we are able to have days filled great weather and lots of flying.
As always at this time of year, look for the birds nesting in your plane. There are several events taking place at the airport this month, so keep an eye out. Read on to hear more about some wonderful members of our Princeton Airport community. And we are excited to have had three students complete their Private Pilot’s License!
Welcoming Two New Employees to Princeton Airport!!
Rafael Cervilla, CFI, Princeton Flying School
Rafael Cervilla is a Certified Flight Instructor. A graduate of Temple University with a Bachelors of Science in Architecture, Rafael also has earned a Masters in Architecture from the Universitat Politechnica de Catalunya.
Lucas Tholens, Flight Coordinator, Princeton Flying School
Lucas Tholens is a talented Drone Pilot bringing 30 years of experience in aviation and maintenance. An excellent multitasker, organizer, and problem-solver, who keeps a calm, level-headed approach under dynamic conditions.
Lucas hails from the Netherlands where he served as Helicopter Crew Chief with the Royal Netherlands Airforce, Senior Maintenance Technician with Fuji Photo B.V., and a Planning Engineer with Greif Packaging.
Spring is Here, Watch Out for Bird Nests!!
With the change of season comes the nesting season for birds. Birds like to make nests in all parts of the plane so be sure to be on the lookout and plan accordingly.
Princeton Airport Remembers a Local Legend
You can fly in ALL kinds of weather…
thanks to our fully certified Garmin Flight Simulator
Windy weather keeping you on the ground? Interested in starting or staying current in your instrument rating? Come check out our fully certified Garmin Flight Simulator!
Garmin Simulator G430/G530 – PRINCETON AIRPORT ~ Learn To Fly Here!
Simulator Training at Princeton Flying School
Cessna 172 with a Garmin 430
Final Approval by the FAA for
VFR & IFR hours
It’s now online – come by and check it out.
Ask your instructor about checking out our Simulator. It is good for 2.5 hrs time you can log for your Private and 10 hrs for your Instrument Rating.
2005 Columbia 350 FOR SALE at Princeton Airport
Columbia 350 just arrived. Good paint/interior and great traveling. IFR plane.
Contact Ken or Jack for details.
FREE ZOOM WEBINAR
with CFI Wesley Chin
Wednesday, May 18th @ 7 pm
Subject: Non Towered Airport Operations
We look forward to having you join our next zoom meeting on Non Towered Airport Communications. Topics will include general operating practices at non-towered airports, communication procedures, traffic patters, entries and edits. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the list.
In the meantime, check out all of the previous Webinars on our website:
Princeton Flying School
Milestones during April, 2022
FAA Medical Doctor
Michael Nosko will be at Princeton Airport
ALL FAA MEDICAL FORMS
You must bring the confirmation number with you when you come for your medical appointment.
May 2022 Calendar of Events:
From the Right Seat
Chief Pilot Emeritus Peter Rafle CFI ATP
News from the Princeton Airport’s Flying Tigers
Don Denny, President
Next PAFT Meeting Wednesday, April 13th 6:30 pm
Princeton Airport’s Flying Tigers Mini-Fly-Ins
A windy April resulted in 3 Mini Fly Ins, but we are looking forward to flying more next month!
photo (1) above: Cape May with Captain Morena
photo (2) above: Carlisle, PA on a warm day
PAFT Restaurant guide: REVISED FORMAT
Ben Gazdowicz – email@example.com
PAFT Restaurant guide: UPDATED!!!
PAFT Tested restaurants: http://www.paft-nj.org/WEB_PAGE_PAFT_AIRPORT_RESTAURANTS.htm.
PAFT MFI: Ben Gazdowicz – firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out Garmin for that long awaited upgrade.
Click here for ideas.
See Ken – 609-731-4628
Princeton Flying School Podcast ~ New Episodes Coming Soon!
The Princeton Flying School Podcasts are recorded at the Princeton Airport and are produced by HG Media. You can hear our podcast on our PFS website as well as on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcast
Raritan Valley Air / Raritan Valley Flying School / Princeton Flying School
Our Pilot Honor Roll is current, thanks to our webmaster.
Check it out!!!