September 2012 Princeton Airport Newsletter

                                   News from 39N

September, 2012
Lights: 123.05
  
AWOS (609-924-3901)                                              609-921-3100 

Scheduling

In This Issue
Meet ‘N Greet
Welcome New Staff
In the News
Safety Corner
Happy New Year
Safety Seminar
Green Mobility Show
PAFT News
CAP News

Calendar of Events
September, 2012 
 

Welcome Back

1st:  Meet ‘n Greet 10:00-noon
Coffee & bagels

3rd:   Labor Day VFR-open
IFR-close @ 1pm
12th:  PAFT dinner meeting
16th:  PAFT Fly-in to Newburgh
Rosh Hashana begins
at sundown.

17th:  Safety Seminar
22nd:  Autumn begins
25th:  Yom Kippor (at sundown)
27th:  Safety Seminar
29th:  Green Show in Hangar

CONGRATULATIONS 

1ST SOLOS:

Private Pilot:  

Hanno Rein/Bryan O’Donnell 

 

PRIVATE PILOT: Amy Price/John Bastan

AIRPLANE OF THE MONTH

2004 Adventurer

Here is the surprise!

It is a 2004 Adventurer.

240TT Excellent NDH garmin 300XL GPS/ Garmin 696 Garmin 327 trans/ Aspen/ Digital Fuel Flow/ Digital EGT/CHT/OAT High Panel
800 X 6 Tires ( also the wheel pants are there.
Oil filter, intercom and all the other stuff.

The owner had medical issues and went to a used Champ for LSA
N198RA Panel 

 

If you have some interest call me or email me. We doing a fresh annual. We have done the maintenace on the plane for the last several years

Ken@princetonairport.com   

             609-731-4628

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Greetings,

Labor Day signifies the end of the lazy, hazy days of summer.  We’re all busy getting the kids ready for school and all the other activities that will begin in the fall.
The weather has been hot, but fortunately there wasn’t a drought.  The grass has been growing rapidly.
There is some good news, inasmuch as the price of avgas and jetA have gone down.  Of course, with hurricane Isaac hitting the gulf, it might be an excuse to raise prices.
In September there will be a Green Show in the hangar.  So go flying and check it out.

Princeton Airport Flying TigersBagel and Coffee
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.

Rob Argila  Welcome to Our Staff
CFII Rob Argila has joined our staff, performing Introductory Lessons on the weekend.  By mid-September, he will be a full time instructor.  Our relationship with Rob is a long one – his father Bob flew with us when we were at Kupper (47N).  Bob recently retired from American Airlines, and still works with us with aircraft sales.

In the News

September issues of magazines bring folks affiliated with Princeton Airport into the news.

 

First, Costco Connection’s cover page features Campbells CEO, Denise Morrison.  Denise and her husband, Tom, are both pilots and chose to base their airplane here. 

 

Jon Nierenberg, elder son of Naomi and Dick Nierenberg, and brother of Ken, is featured in Alaska Magazine.  Jon has lived in Alaska for 20 years.  In the winter Jon takes clients into Denali National Park after a training session with the dogs and sled.  For the summer season, Jon built Earthsong Lodge, just outside Denali (Mt. McKinley).  Twelve cabins, Henry’s Roadhouse, and lots of dogs that now have a recently built dog barn.  www.earthsonglodge.com 

 

Additionally, we were sent a disc of Clark Glenn’s “Introduction to Aviation”.  Clark earned his Private Pilot’s License with us several years ago.  clarkglenn.com LLC

The Safety Corner

Assistant Chief Pilot Pete A. Rafle

 

In the past, I have suggested aviation museums and attractions. Among my favorite museums are The Naval Aviation Museum, Pensacola, FL; the Air Force Museum, Dayton, OH; Wright Brothers Museum. Kitty Hawk, NC, and the Evergreen Museum, Mcminnville, OR.

 

This month, I would like to encourage you to consider a visit to the Glenn Curtiss Museum in Hammondsport, NY. Situated at the south end of Keuka Lake in the Finger Lake District of New York State, it could not be in a more beautiful area. The nearest GA airport is 7N1, Corning-Painted Post, about 15 miles away. To the north, at the north end of Keuka Lake is KPEO, Penn Yann about 25 miles away. By car, plan on a five hour drive with a stop in Corning, NY.

 

Read On  

Happy 5773  

L ‘Shanah Tovah
Happy New Year – 5773

A healthy and happy New Year to our
Jewish friends.

SAFETY SEMINAR

Date:
Thursday, September 27, ’12

Instructor: CFI Deandre Robinson

Topic: Preflight Inspection

7:00 – 10:00 pm

Green Mobility Show
Collaborating with area 4-H clubs to support science educational activities at the show.
The show will feature a few electric cars, including the Tesla.
Saturday, September 29, 2012
(Rain Date – Saturday, October 6, 2012)
11am – 5pm
Princeton Airport
www.princetonairport.com
41 Airpark Road – Princeton NJ
For more information: http://www.centraljersey.com/events/

News from the
Princeton Airport Flying Tigers
39N Logo
The 8/19/12 PAFT fly-in to Block Island was a great time with 13 members in 5 planes.
 
The next PAFT dinner will be on Wed. 9/12/12 at Tusk restaurant, Rt 206 in Montgomery.

The next fly-in will be Sun. 9/16/12 to Newburgh, NY. Please visit the PAFT website for details.

US Air Force Auxiliary

CIVIL AIR PATROL

Somerset Squadron at Princeton Airport

 

Public Affairs and Recruiting Event

Join us Tuesday the 4th of September Anytime Between 5 pm to 7 pm

In the Conference Room On the 2nd Floor

 

Our Three Missions are Emergency Services – Cadet Programs – Aerospace Education

 

Squadron meetings are scheduled each Tuesday from 6 pm until 9 pm.

 

For those interested in joining the Somerset Squadron at the Princeton Airport or learning more about the Civil Air Patrol please visit us at one of our meetings.

 

For information about the Civil Air Patrol go to http://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/

Or contact Major Paul at John.Paul@NJWG.CAP.GOV

41 Airpark Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540 (609) 921-3100


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