This is the east ramp on a beautiful summer afternoon – everyone was in the air, and so was our fleet. It appears that only two airplanes were tied down. We don’t often get such a stunning day, but surely those who took advantage of the weather had a wonderful flight.
Once again Assistant Chief Pilot, Peter Rafle, taught the pinchhitter class to eight willing co-pilots. According to Pete, they were excellent students and should be great help when flying in the right seat. Well done.
Princeton Airport Flying Tigers 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.
Get There-ite-is You are on a long cross country. You notice that the weather you are in is very different from what was forecast. You call Flight Watch, but the information they give doesn’t agree with what you are seeing. You give a pilot report, but what do you DO next? Continue or land, where […]