Category Archives: Learn to Fly

A Guide to Instrument Ratings from Monmouth Flight School in NJ

5 August 2019   Learn to Fly

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While taking flying lessons in NJ, many trainee pilots also choose to complete a pilot instrument rating. This additional training qualifies you to fly under instrument flight rules, which is when you have to rely heavily on your instruments to fly safely and with precision because of poor weather conditions. Here are some insights on … Continue reading A Guide to Instrument Ratings from Monmouth Flight School in NJ


Essential Tips for Every New Pilot

8 July 2019   Learn to Fly

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Training to become a private pilot is as exciting as it is demanding, pushing you to your limits each and every day as you absorb the theory and learn how to put it into practice. Here are some tips for every pilot in training from one of the top flight schools in NJ.   Get … Continue reading Essential Tips for Every New Pilot


What Subjects Are Covered at Flight School?

24 June 2019   Learn to Fly

Wondering what you’ll learn about in flight school? Here’s some insight from Monmouth Executive Airport in NJ. Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs)  These are the rules and restrictions set by the federal Aviation Authority (FAA), the body that governs civilian and commercial flight in the USA and form a central role in all levels of pilot … Continue reading What Subjects Are Covered at Flight School?


Private Jet Travel – Get Ready for the Biggest Events of the Spring!

4 March 2019   Learn to Fly

Spring is on its way and we’re all ready for a taste of what the warmer weather will bring. Here are some of the biggest events for private jet travelers from the team at Monmouth Executive Airport in NJ. March Madness: Last year, March Madness saw an increase in private jet travel by over 15%, … Continue reading Private Jet Travel – Get Ready for the Biggest Events of the Spring!


Learn to Fly in NJ and Become a Firefighter Pilot

4 February 2019   Learn to Fly

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Last year saw horrific fires all over the world, with some of the worst in history occurring in California. Causing $3.5 billion in damage, the loss over 1,000 homes and six deaths, the devastation of these fires has raised awareness of how critical the work and dedication of firefighting teams really is. If you’d like … Continue reading Learn to Fly in NJ and Become a Firefighter Pilot


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