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What a beautiful day to fly in the northeast!


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Give the gift of flight! Discovery Flights $249 all through December – a savings of over $85!

More adventure, amazing memories, no clutter…give the experience of a lifetime! A Discovery Flight is an introductory flight lesson which introduces the person you love to flying. They take the controls of a Cessna airplane from the pilot seat, under the guidance of a Certified Flight Instructor. Great as a one-time adventure or it just … Continue reading

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MAPA presents Kathy Jaffe Safety Seminar, “Chart Challenge” on April 30, 2013

MAPA  presents Kathy Jaffe Safety Seminar “Chart Challenge” Tuesday 30 April 2013 07:00 – 09:00 p.m. Morris County Safety Training Academy 500 West Hanover Avenue Parsippany NJ Chart Challenge – we’ll quiz you on everything from specific VFR sectionals to IFR approach plates. Critical tie-ins With real world procedures and decision-making, analysis of tragic accidents … Continue reading

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Will Brieva of Little Falls, NJ did a beautiful job on his Practical Test today and earned his Private Pilot Certificate! Congratulations from all of us at Aero Safety, Will!!! Be safe, have fun and keep learning!

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Congratulations, Private Pilot, Eliot Williams!!!

Eliot Williams of NYC just did an exceptional job on his Practical Test and is now a Private Pilot!!! Not only was Eliot extremely well prepared for his Practical Test, he studied in parallel to prepare himself for his California BAR exam, as well! Talk about hard work, time management and dedication! Beautiful job, Eliot! … Continue reading

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Spring Ahead Tonight! Spring is Near!

Spring ahead tonight! Try not to drive your friendly Lockheed Briefer too nuts – remember to add one less hour to local time to convert to zulu! Here’s a simple way to remember this: On the East coast, it’s always local time +5 or +4 hours. Fall & Winter, we wear “LONG” pants, so add … Continue reading

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Celebrate Women of Aviation Worldwide Week with a free Redbird Simulator flight!

To celebrate Women of Aviation Worldwide Week, women and girls can enjoy a free twenty-minute Redbird simulator flight when you reserve this week! Call and reserve by Sunday, 10 March! 973.872.6213

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Safer Skies Through Education – FAA – FAASTeam –

Have you signed up for Become a member today and help promote aviation safety. It’s free and provides access to some very fun and informative activities, courses, seminars and webinars! What’s your favorite?

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Coming this summer…AeroCamp!!!

We are very excited to announce…AeroCamp! AeroCamp is designed to give young people, ages 12-18, a unique opportunity to explore the vast and exciting world of aviation and aerospace at Aero Safety! Campers learn firsthand about the dynamics of airplanes and flight and about the broad spectrum of careers in the aviation and aerospace industry. … Continue reading

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Happy National Aviation Day – August 19, 2010

In 1939, by presidential proclamation, President Franklin Roosevelt established National Aviation Day on August 19.  The date was chosen for the birthday of Orville Wright, who, together with his brother Wilbur, made significant contributions to powered flight.  National Aviation Day is an opportunity to celebrate the history and development of aviation, especially in the United … Continue reading

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