What an fantastic summer we have had
here at the Princeton Airport.
Some beautiful days, some scorching hot days, some days with low ceilings,
but the best days were spent in the air.
We have some exciting news this month So much to be proud of.
Pete Rafle joined an organization of octogenarian pilots.
We had a student solo on their 16th Birthday this month.
Gabrielle Nierenberg received her Private Pilot’s License.
Bryce Williams, flight coordinator, completed his first solo.
And Marty Bahl’s DC3 took flight.
Congratulations to all who continue to explore the aviation world.
The Princeton Airport is a special community – inspiring one another to go further in aviation – whether it be career wise, purchasing a new aircraft, or meeting up with other pilots. It’s a wonderful thing to see.
We want to wish CFI, Saad Sheikh, good luck with his new job with Saudi Airlines.
Another Day in Aviation History at 39N
Zara Rutherford Flying Solo Around the World
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Our very own flight coordinator, Bryce Williams, solos this month!
Photoed here with CFI Wesley Chin
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Princeton Flying School
Milestones during August, 2021
Gabrielle Nierenberg/ CFI Peter Mercuro
22nd: FAA Medical Doctor 8:00 am -noon/ First day of Fall
‘From the Right Seat’
Chief Pilot Emeritus Peter Rafle, CFI/ATP
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