Princeton Airport News – July 2016

Minor drought conditions can make for wonderful flying, and so it has been for June.  Many of you have taken advantage of this flying weather.  Otherwise the airport has been functioning just fine. We are resuming our summer tours when we invite the public to learn about the everyday workings of the airport.  It’s great […]

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Princeton Airport News – June 2016

Summer is almost here, so now is the time to get off the couch and take to the air – so fly for breakfast in New York; go for a day trip to Block island or Tangier Island; and go swimming at the beach by flying to Ocean City.   You can even visit the family and say […]

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Princeton Airport News – May 2016

For pilots, this is the time of the year we cherish, long days, good weather, and trips to destinations that we longed to fly.  What more can you ask for?!? Just follow procedures as the traffic pattern gets more congested.  Activity will increase with graduations at Princeton, and Rutgers, where President Obama will be giving the commencement speech.  […]

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Princeton Airport News – April 2016

Other than the cold predicted for this weekend, it is finally spring – longer daylight hours and pleasant days when the winds aren’t hauling.      March and April are always memorable months for us in aviation.  March 29th was 31 years since our family bought the Princeton Airport.  Wow, what a ride.  And April 28th […]

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Princeton Airport News – March 2016

Daylight Savings Time and Spring are around the corner which is a pilot’s delight.  Hopefully the worst of winter is over and your flights can proceed without weather delays.     Long awaited news about the FAA regulations regarding ADS-B has begun, so read on.    Our Princeton Airport Flying Tigers (PAFT) will be guided […]

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Princeton Airport News – February 2016

     The traditional weather for January has returned with a fury – snow, winds, and whiteouts.  Joshua turned out to be more severe storm than predicted, and 39N received more than its fair share.  Airport manager, Ken Nierenberg, has been out for hours on end clearing and moving snow.  Initially it was futile as the […]

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Princeton Airport News – January 2016

As we embark into the new year, it is always good to look back and reflect on the good and the not so good.  Certainly, 2015 had some of each, from challenging weather to wonderful weather.  But the year began with the loss of our beloved aviator, husband, father and grandfather, Dick Nierenberg.  He guided all […]

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Princeton Airport News – December 2015

Although the weather sure doesn’t feel like the winter holiday season, December is upon us with all of the wonderful excitement and all of the hub-bub.  Take some personal time to fly and get above it all.      As 2015 comes to a close, it has been a complicated year at 39N.  We all miss Dick Nierenberg, who was the […]

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Princeton Airport News – November 2015

We have had a wonderful autumn with great flying weather.  The car show was a rousing success with people coming from near and far t attend.  They plan to return next year.  The exposure of 39N to the outside world increased by hundreds between the Funfest and the car show.  They love the whole scenario […]

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Princeton Airport News – October 2015

We continue to enjoy wonderful weather with rain finally coming into the forecast.  We hope you have enjoyed the combination of good weather and low fuel prices.  Hopefully, this makes up for some of the long periods of bad weather and high fuel prices. Our participation in the Montgomery FunFest was very well received.  Our […]

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