Author Archives: Linda Scully

Attention! Students in grades 7-12 Attend free Aero Session Saturday, December 2, 2023 10am-11am Explore Stall maneuvers Presented by  Flight Instructor Pawel Kumela Learn the basics of stall maneuvers. Following a brief lecture, you will get hands-on experience in our Redbird FMX simulator. Kindly clck here to let us know that you are coming! Blue skies, Linda Scully

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AeroCamp 2023

AeroCamp 2023 is just around the corner, and we have an incredible line up of activities for the campers!  You definitely don’t want to miss out! We enjoy sharing our passion for flight by giving youth an opportunity to be a part of the aviation community.  This summer, we invite young aviators to learn with … Continue reading

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AeroSession – June 3, 2023 10-11am

Special Guest Speaker Mark Lawson Please join us for our AeroSession this Saturday at 10 am. Our special guest speaker is Captain Mark Lawson, C-17 Pilot assigned to the 6th Airlift Squadron, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. Learn about becoming an Air Force Pilot and about the day in the life of an Air Force Pilot! … Continue reading

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NJ99s Spring Flyout Challenge 2022

Registration is now open! Visit nj99s website to register and begin making your plans: Prizes include: Lightspeed Zulu 3 Headset – $850 value iPad mini, 6th generation, 256GB, WiFi + Cellular with case – $825 value GoPro HERO10 Camera with 128GB Memory Card + NFlightCam Cockpit Kit with prop filters, audio cable, mount, and … Continue reading

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On Saturday, April 23, starting at 9:00 AM, MAPA members and all persons interested in aviation are invited to a breakfast, simulator display and open-mic “hangar” discussion at the Museum. Admission is free for current MAPA members. Others are invited to join MAPA and the Museum for one annual payment of $40 that provides free … Continue reading

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AeroSession is back!

May 7, 2022 at 10am we welcome back Scott Dittamo, Air Traffic Controller from Newark Tower Scott is a 1998 graduate of Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Studies. He started his FAA career at Ft. Lauderdale Executive Airport in March of 2000. Scott transferred to … Continue reading

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Congratulations Chris Balo!!!

Happy 16th birthday and congratulations on your FIRST SOLO!!! Chris set a goal of soloing an airplane on his 16th birthday and on February 5, 2021, he achieved his goal! The skies opened up in the afternoon and his instructor, CFI Jacqueline Bunce stepped out of the airplane and Chris made three good landings as … Continue reading

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Teterboro FAA Safety Team announces two upcoming webinars:

Monday, December 14th at 7:00pm EST Winter Operations – From Preflight to ADM Do you pre-flight your airplane in the winter the same way you pre-flight in the summer? We’ll kick off our discussion with cold weather pre-flight operations, followed by favorite hangar-flying topics: engine preheat, aircraft deicing, and engine management. We’ll demonstrate how to … Continue reading

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From the Flight Deck – Winter Wx Challenges

Robert Thorson, FAASafety Team Manager at Teterboro shared this video from the Flight Deck. This video focuses on airport surface operations during winter weather. Failure to properly prepare for and execute appropriate cold weather airport operations has led to runway incursions, resulting in collisions with snow removal or maintenance operators, and serious runway excursion accidents. … Continue reading

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November’s GAJSC Safety Topic

Avoiding Controlled Flight Into Terrain | November/December 2020 The November/December 2020 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on mitigating one of the leading causes of general aviation accidents – controlled flight into terrain, or CFIT. Feature articles and departments explore the many CFIT-related resources and technological tools available to pilots, as well as numerous strategies, tips, and … Continue reading

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