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Providing FAA Approved Flight Instruction For Over 20 Years!


Accepting Resumes for Full Time Flight Instructors Now!


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Justin Zipkin
First Solo
June 26, 2015

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Andrew Zychek
Private Pilot
June 10, 2015

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Anthony Espinal
Private Pilot
June 4, 2015

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Alex Schaller
Private Pilot
June 5, 2015

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Patrick O'Connor
Certified Flight Instructor
June 5, 2015

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Nick Sturgis
Private Pilot
June 4, 2015

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Lance Whited
First Solo
May 17, 2015

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John Munn
First Solo
April 18, 2015

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Robert Keady
First Solo
March 3, 2015

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Peter Mulholland
First Solo
February 18, 2015

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FAA Testing Center

Hours:

Monday:
9:30a to 6:00p

Tuesday:
9:30a to 6:00p

Wednesday:
9:30a to 6:00p

Thursday:
12:00p to 9:00p

Friday:
9:30a to 6:00p

Saturday:
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CSC DUATS Lives On!

Many of you received an email from CSC DUATS with the following announcement:

GOOD NEWS: The FAA has awarded CSC a contract to continue providing DUATS! Many of you signed our online petition to save the DUATS program and we thank you for your support! Your support and positive comments had a significant impact and are largely responsible for the continuance of the CSC DUATS program! We look forward to serving your aviation needs for the next five years.

If you would like to view the email in its entirety simply click here.

Transponder Use on the Ground??

How many uf us are complying with the FAA requirements concerning transponder use on the ground?

Below is a link to the FAA Safety Alert for Operators (SAFO) that provides guidance for how to use your transponder on the ground.

http://www.faa.gov/other_visit/aviation_industry/airline_operators/airline_safety/safo/all_safos/media/2015/safo15006.pdf


Should Be In Altitude Reporting Mode At All Airports

A new FAA Safety Alert For Operators (SAFO) advises all operators and pilots of the need to ensure that transponders are in the altitude reporting mode whenever their aircraft...

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What will you do with a pilot license?
Travel!

 

When Seth Rae earned his Private Pilot Certificate in December 2013, he took to the skies and began checking off items on the to-do list that he had made in his mind even before he began flight training. On January 20, 2014, Seth flew to Long Island Republic Airport (FRG) in Farmingdale, New York to visit a longtime friend, and to go flying together. On the way back to Hartford-Brainard, he snapped this amazing shot of the Connecticut Shoreline from overhead Bridgeport, Connecticut. Seth has also posted a video of a previous flight to FRG.

What else will you do with a pilot license?
Fly The Hudson River Corridor!


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One of the exciting things about flying in New England is our close proximity to world famous places in iconic American cities. Here are some photos for you to enjoy taken during a recent flight down the New York City Hudson River Corridor.

Matt Graniero was kind enought to share the pictures he took. Our thanks to him!

 


Approaching the construction site of the Freedom Tower.

      


The Manhattan Skyline!