This summer season provided us with great outdoor activities including flying. So many of you were able to fly to places far and wide, while others joined the world of aviation. It was wonderful to see so many new names added to our aviation community.
The leaves are starting to turn color, making fall a great time to fly and get a spectacular bird’s eye view of fall foliage.
With so many places being hit by the hurricanes, we have been extremely lucky our area remains in tact. Our hearts go out to the victims of the many weather and naturals disasters.
Last, keep your eyes and ears open for the latest TFRs. They continue to be challenge to pilots in this area. Just be careful.
MANY THANKS TO THE STATE
Thanks to the State of New Jersey for the crack repair and resealing of the runway, taxiway,and ramp. Now that it’s completed, the airport looks good as new. Thanks to you for your cooperation during these improvements.
And thanks to you, who buy aviation fuel – each gallon has a special tax which is supposed to go into a fund for airport safety improvements. So some of your tax dollars have returned home.
Attention: Renters in the Red Hangars or the “A” Hangars
Call Ken on Sunday, October 14th (rain date 15th) for the days of the FunFest & the Cannibeat Car Show if you want your plane out to fly these days.
CANNIBEAT Car Show
Saturday. October 14th, 2017
11:00 – 7:00 PM
This is a great event.
Normal operations for the airport that day.
For more information:
‘From the Right Seat’ by Assistant Chief Pilot Peter Rafle
Many an airline captain has said, “I have navigated three thousand miles, through thunderstorms , rain and hail, flew the approach in the clouds, broke out near minimums, landed on the center line, but I bounced the landing. That is all my passengers will remember about the flight.” The smooth landing with that quiet “chirp” can be elusive. But, if you practice enough, and focus on the process during your approach, it can happen regularly. LENGTHY, BUT WORTH THE READ
AIRPLANE FOR SALE
1963 Piper 250 Comanche
4550 Total Time
1350 SMOH By Mattituck
3 Blade Prop
King KX 155 with GS
King KX 125 Nav com
S-Tec 50 Auto Pilot
Asking $44,900 (will trade)
Contact Ken Nierenberg at 609-731-4628 for details.
PRINCETON FLYING SCHOOL
September – CONGRATULATIONS!!!
First Solo :
Sahir Mody/CFIIStephen Hansell
Michael DeSordi/CFII Stephen Hansell
Shanya Swaneet/CFII Branka Brnovic
Commercial Multi-Engine Pilot :
Stephen Hansell/MEI Jeffrey Slutsky
Certified Flight Instructor:
Steve Resch/MEI Jeffrey Slutsky
Steve Resch/MEI Jeffrey Slutsky
|INTERESTED IN A NEW HANGAR?!?
New hangars are a real possibility for next summer. Are you interested?
CALL – KEN 609-7311-4628
BASE CUSTOMER HELPS PUERTO RICO DURING LATEST EMERGENCY
Hermes Anazo, long time base customer, is flying his TBM850, loaded with generators which he purchased for the people in Puerto Rico. Upon his return flight, he will fly people out of the island to bring them back to their families. Hurricane Maria has devastated this island.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS – October, 2017
9th: Columbus Day
14th: First Class Fitness Car Show 11:00 am –7:00 pm
21&22nd: White Elephant Sale – University Medical Center of Prnceton
31st: Halloween – Trick or Treat
FAA Doctor – to be determined..
NEWS from the PRINCETON AIRPORT FLYING TIGERS
To all of our Members & Guests:
The terms for our president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary ends at the end of the year. At our November meeting we will be electing new officers. Some of our officers have given much time to this organization and we think it would be great to have some new blood with new ideas. Please let us know if you would be interested in helping us in 2018. www.paft-nj.org
ADSB-Installations – FAA Deadline 01-01-2020
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM GARMIN
New ADSB coming out soon. Starting at $2900 installed.
It has many new features included.
We have lots of used equipment available for installation. See Ken.
Once again, the FunFest attracted a huge crowd that enjoyed all of the events and activities provided by the Montgomery Business Association. Thousands of people showed up and the new improvement made 39N look even better. Our flight school booth was very popular and we had many folks interested in the airport and its operations.
|FAA Medical Doctor Michael Nosko
To be determined
8:00 am – noon
Walk-ins ’til 11:30
You must bring the confirmation number with you when you come for your medical appointment.
No walk-in without a confirmation number.