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6 REASONS WHY PILOTS LOVE MONMOUTH EXECUTIVE AIRPORT

If you’re one of New Jersey’s aircraft owners, part 135 operators or corporate flight operators, then you need to get to know Monmouth Executive Airport. Here’s why:

  1. We have the longest private runway in the country: At over 7,300 feet, we can comfortably accommodate almost any non-commercial jet, making hair-raising take-offs and landings on shorter runways a thing of the past.
  2. We’re located in Class B airspace: Crowded airspace is stressful for any pilot, no matter how experienced they are. In addition to the extra risk, pilots and passengers have to deal with lengthy take-off and landing delays as well as more complicated flight paths.
  3. All of our FBO services run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: Some private airports limit their FBO services to certain schedules – not us. With crew and passenger lounges, executive limousine and travel services, concierge services, catering, de-icing and lavatory servicing (and much more) operating as and when you need them, all your crew and guest needs are met throughout your stay.
  4. We’re centrally located: Monmouth Jet Center is surprisingly convenient in terms of its location to the central hubs of New York and Philadelphia. Just over an hour’s drive or 20-minute helicopter ride from the center of Manhattan, and just 5 minutes from the Garden State Parkway, it provides quick and easy links for pilots, crew and passengers alike.
  5. Competitively priced fuel: Priced at better rates than Teterboro and Morristown, we offer both AVGas and Jet-A at great rates. In addition to fuel incentive programs, we also offer volume fuel discounts and self-service rates that offer additional savings.
  6. We have airplane hangar space available now!: Protecting your investment is key whether you’re a private pilot or an operator – and the best way to do it is to keep your jet out of the elements. With custom built hangars, common-use hangars, t-hangars and larger aircraft hangars with attached office space for rent or build, qw can meet your specific needs exactly.

Monmouth Executive Airport in NJ – Where great service is our priority 

At Monmouth Executive Airport, we’ve made service our differentiator. From a wide range of world-class FBO services to custom-built airplane hangar space and more, we set ourselves apart from the hassle and crowds of our competitors.

For more information about Monmouth Jet Center or aircraft hangars in New Jersey, please contact us or visit our website at http://monmouthjetcenter.com/ today.

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What does it take to learn to fly?

Training to become a pilot – whether commercial, private or for recreational purposes – takes several essential things: training, qualifications and passion. Monmouth Executive Airport’s flight school in NJ explores just what it takes to become a pilot.

Who can fly? 

As long as you are at least 17 years old and have passed the Federal Aviation Authority’s medical examination, you can start learning to fly. Generally, this screening process looks for medical issues which can interfere with your ability to fly safely, including heart attacks, fainting spells and seizures. Many people with physical and hearing disabilities can still qualify for training and there is no upper age limit for qualifying.

What qualifications do I need to fly? 

There are three main types of certification, depending on what you would like to achieve in your training. These include a Recreational Pilot License (RPL), a Private Pilot License (PPL) and a Commercial Pilot License (CPL). Most people and flight schools choose to focus primarily on PPL and CPL courses.

At a Part 61 flight school you will be required to do 40 hours of flight training for a PPL and 250 for a CPL, while Part 141 flight school requires 35 and 190 flight hours respectively for each of these licenses. In addition to your flight time, you will have to pass an FAA Third Class medical examination given by an Air Medical Examiner, an FAA written examinations and an oral and flight test given by a FAA Designated Examiner.

What airplanes will I learn on? 

There is a range of airplanes available for flight training and these will differ from school to school. At Eagles View Aviation, Inc., the ten expertly maintained training aircraft include single and twin-engine Cessna airplanes.

Flight school at Monmouth Executive Airport in New Jersey 

Monmouth Executive Airport is home to Eagles View flight school. With over 20 years of training experience, dedicated Certified Flight Instructors and a fleet of ten aircraft, we have logged over 68 thousand flight instruction hours and trained many career and recreational pilots.

For more information about our flight school and flying lessons, please visit our website at http://monmouthjetcenter.com/ or contact us today.

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