Give the Gift of Flight this Holiday Season.
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Holiday Christmas Party
Flying W Airport Holiday Christmas Party scheduled for December 10th is only a few weeks away.
This is our Annual Holiday Christmas Party for the Flying W Airport, Aero Prep, Freeflight Aviation, Helicopter Flight Services, South Jersey Regional Airport, and our local pilots and friends.
This has become a yearly tradition for Freeflight Members and other pilots in the area.
The price is only $25.00 per person, 7 PM – 11 PM, for the Dinner Buffet
Click HERE for a Poster for the Christmas Party.
“What will happen at Mort’s Hanger at Midnight?”
“Will Al make the next Holiday Party Video?”
“What will you win in this year’s door raffle?”
Tickets are available Online, at Freeflight, or Flying W Flight Operations–Aero Prep
Purchase Tickets Online For Our Holiday Party: REGISTER AND PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
Please don’t drink and drive at this year’s party, get a motel room at the Flying W Airport.
Call the Flying W Flight Ops today to reserve your room.
Homebuilt Airplanes Flying
John and Joel RV-9A homebuilds have both taken their “first flights” after longs hours of assembly and taxi tests. Congratulations to the both of you! John’s flight in his RV-9A was on his birthday. What a great gift to himself!
A New Freeflight Instructor
Tony Scott a CFII, MEI, is now a member of Freeflight and an available flight instructor during the weekends and during the weekdays as his schedule permits.
Ismail and Andrew received their Private Pilot Rating.
Flight Instructor Brian Robbins recieved his ATP rating.
Bob Parker recived his CFII and Instrument Ground Instructor Rating
A Place To Fly!
Need to get away with your spouse or significant other for a couple days? Want to take a easy cross-country trip? Try N14 to CGE (Cambridge, MD). Airport staff are very pleasant and helpful, provided transport from airport to the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina, only one mile away. Google the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake and see the beautiful facility on the Choptank River. It is not busy in the off-season, and more reasonably priced. Golf course, spa, indoor pool, hot tub, fitness room, good restaurants at the hotel and in Cambridge, an historic small town a taxi away. Be busy or just relax. Most importantly, it is a very pretty flight on the eastern shore! Anne & Stacy Moore
Jason Flood Updates
A Pancake Breakfast and Auction was held Sept 10th for Jason at 3NJ9 Airport. Jason was injured earlier this year in a banner towing plane accident. Sharon and Rick who ran this event said the event went well. According to Marcus Staloff, about 80 to 100 people showed up through the morning, and about 20 aircraft flew in and out during the day. Check out the Video of this Event.
October 1st, another event, a Beef and Beer Dinner, was helded at the Flying W Airport.Over 400 people attended this evening’s event. Part of the event was selling 500 golf balls that were later dropped from a helicopter. The winner of the golf ball drop wasclub member, Sina Adibi. Sina donated his winnings to Jason Flood. Check out the Video of this Event.
We thank Al Nugent for both videos.
For updates on Jason Flood’s progress, please visit CaringBridge.
Fundraiser Offers Chance to Fly a P-51 Mustang!
Donations to Help SAFE Accomplish its Education Mandates
In cooperation with Stallion 51 of Kissimmee, FL, SAFE has launched a fundraising campaign that offers donors a shot at an introductory flight in the dual-control P-51TF Mustang known as The Little Witch. Valued at $3250, the session includes two hours of pre-and post-flight briefings, plus one hour in the aircraft with a Stallion 51 instructor.
The boss drives people; the leader coaches them.
The boss depends on authority; the leader on good will.
The boss inspires fear; the leader inspires enthusiasm.
The boss says “I”; the leader says “WE”.
The boss fixes the blame for the breakdown; the leader fixes the breakdown.
The boss says “Go.”; the leader says “Let’s Go!”
~ H. Gordon Selfridge ~