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The Right Time To Become A Professional Pilot Is Right Now

Whether you’re fresh out of school or college, or midway through a career, if you have a love of flying and a dream of being a professional pilot, there’s no time better than now to take that leap. Here’s why.

Firstly, the demand for professional pilots is very high at the moment. The aviation industry is growing; many regional airlines are being granted new contracts from mainline carriers, and private charter companies are experiencing a growth spurt as the private airline industry experiences record levels of demand. This means that they are actively looking for pilots and crew to make this growth a reality and meet contractual demands.

Secondly, many of the current pilots active in the industry are facing retirement in the next 10 years – in fact, these numbers are set to peak at very high levels, which means that less senior pilots have a chance to move up the career ladder – and new pilots have plenty of space to enter the industry. And the numbers back this up, with over 33,200 pilots expected to retire by 2030.

If you’re worried about being stuck on the bottom rungs, however, you can put that to rest thanks to the popularization of effective flow programs in most mainline commercial airline companies. These programs are designed to assist you in your career, ensuring that you are positioned in a regional carrier as first officer for 2-3 years before being moved up to captain for another 1-2 years, at which point you will be interviewed for positions at the mainline carrier.

Pay was one of the main concerns in the industry, as low pay pushed many pilots into other career paths and away from being a pilot. However, as the industry experiences a growth spurt and demand for pilots increases, the pay has gone up to far more acceptable levels including sign-on bonuses and other financial incentives.

Forge a new career and learn to fly with Monmouth Airport’s fight school in NJ 

When it comes to choosing from the best flight schools in New Jersey, experience is everything. Our school has over 20 years of pilot training experience in training professional and amateur pilots in a range of 10 different aircraft, as well as logging over 68 000 flight instruction and rental hours.

We have our own FAA certified A&P/IA on premises and our location outside of the crowded New York area airspace designations means that you get to enjoy scenic open skies as you learn to fly.

For more information about our flight school and how to learn to fly, please visit our website or contact us today.

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Tips To Help Your Pilot Training Go Faster And Cost Less

Whether you want to build a career as a pilot or learn to fly to fulfill a lifelong dream, one thing is for certain – you must have the right finances in place to access the training you need and get in the sky as soon as possible. Here are some tips from Monmouth Executive Airport in NJ on how to make flying lessons more affordable and get your license faster:

• Do your research:

Like colleges and other learning institutions, flight schools offer their courses at different rates. However, this doesn’t mean that you should just go for the cheapest option in your area. After all, you want to make sure that you have access to properly qualified instructors in well-maintained aircraft – and that costs money.

Instead, choose a school with:
o A proven record in flight training,
o A course that fits your timeline, and
o Value-for-money training.

• Dedicate your time:

One way of speeding up the training program is to increase the frequency of your flights and dedicate as much of your time as possible to the training. Working at the same time may seem like a great option but it comes with a cost: less flexibility means less flying, and that means more time recapping previous flights and relearning lessons that have been forgotten due to long breaks between flights.

• Rehearse:

Sitting at a desk? Take some time each day to sit back and think about the lessons you’ve learned, the position of instruments in the cockpit and run through the motions of your previous lessons. This helps to familiarize you with the techniques you’re learning, which is key to feeling more comfortable more quickly in the cockpit. It gives you more time to learn new things in your lessons rather than recapping old lessons.

• Write down your questions:

Arrive home from a lesson and thought of a question you’d like to ask your instructor? Write it down. Instructors appreciate this level of interest and learning. Taking the time to go over questions at the next lesson will help you prepare properly for your test day.

• Get finance:

Many financial institutions offer incentives to students in the forms of loans to help you achieve your qualifications – pilot courses are no different. There are dedicated flight training finance programs that trainees can apply for that make the course more affordable. But, be sure to evaluate all your options to ensure that you get the best payment plan possible.

Expert pilot training at Monmouth Airport Flight School in NJ

When it comes to choosing from the best flight schools in New Jersey, experience is everything. Our flight school has over 20 years of pilot training experience in training professional and amateur pilots in a range of 10 different aircraft, as well as logging over 68,000 flight instruction and rental hours.

We have our own FAA certified A&P/IA on the premises. Our location outside of the crowded New York area airspace designations means that you get to enjoy scenic open skies as you learn to fly.

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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Investing In A Private Jet? Keep It Pristine In Our Custom Hangars

Travelling by private jet is the only way to fly if you’re one of the USA’s top executives, celebrities, politicians or savvy travelers, so it’s no surprise that charter companies are expanding to meet this demand for luxury air travel. If you’re buying a new private jet for your fleet, it’s important to protect this important investment – and our custom hangar space is the best way to do it.

Aircraft hangar space – available to rent or buy 

At Monmouth Executive Airport, we’re expanding by opening acres of land for development. This means that we can offer private clients and charter companies several options for aircraft storage. These include:

  • Hangars for sale or for hire
  • Prebuilt hangars available for immediate use
  • Custom built aircraft hangar space where you can build your charter company’s hangar to your own specifications to ensure that your needs are met exactly. Includes office space.

World-class value-added services for charter companies and their clients 

With the largest private runway in the country at 7300 feet, we can easily handle almost any class of private jet. Our landing lights operate 24/7, as do our fuel and de-icing services. In addition, we can offer aircraft maintenance services on-site for your convenience.

For your clients, we offer an expanded range of FBO services through our recently upgraded facilities, including our well-appointed waiting lounge, dining and concierge services.

Don’t leave your investment out in the elements – Use our custom hangar space in NJ 

Finding hangar space is a challenge anywhere in the country, but our offering of competitively priced custom hangars and aircraft storage options along with our central location, makes us a real alternative to the crowded airports of Teterboro and Morristown. Through our world-class amenities, hangars and services, we offer private clients an exceptional flying experience.

For more information on our FBO services or custom hangar space in NJ, please visit our website at http://monmouthjetcenter.com/ today.

5 Bad Habits That Student Pilots Need To Avoid

Pilot training is a challenging and exciting journey that opens new horizons, both as a hobby and as a career. Like any other vocation, avoiding bad habits from the start is best, and is key to making you a better, more skilled pilot. Here are some of the most common examples.

  1. Easy is more important than right: While technology offers pilots a fantastic set of gadgets and instruments that make flying easier, it’s important to rather focus on basic flight skills. These are the skills that you’ll need to rely on at all times as a pilot, especially in challenging or dangerous situations. Being a well-rounded pilot means enjoying what the high-tech world offers, but still knowing that you can manage without it.
  2. Stick and rudder: This is a phrase used to characterize students who focus all their energy on the “stick and rudder” aspects of their license and ignore the knowledge portion. This not only can delay your license, it will also limit your understanding of aircraft and safety procedures, which is essential to making the calculated decisions that will keep you, your crew and others safe.
  3. Dismissing the importance of checklists and aviation rules: While flying is exciting, it is not without considerable risk to you as well as the public. The checklists, rules and procedures that seem boring and routine are there to help ensure everyone’s safety – something that is paramount in the life of a good pilot. Missing just one item on a checklist could land you with expensive damages, a bad reputation, and place lives in danger.
  4. Focusing only on your first solo flight: This is a significant landmark in any student’s life, and deserves proper attention – but it shouldn’t give you tunnel vision. Focus on any areas that you are struggling with, like landings, or give yourself a break and ask your instructor if you can practice maneuvers for a while. Your first solo is important – but it’s not the only thing that matters.
  5. Focusing only on the greaser landing: Another area where students frequently get tunnel vision is on acing their landing. Yes, the often-repeated saying that “flying is easy, it’s the landing that’s hard” is fairly true, but that doesn’t mean a greaser is the only way to go. Focus on a safe landing, rather than the one that’s supposed to be perfect.

Visit our flight school at Monmouth Executive Airport in NJ for your flying lessons 

When it comes to choosing from the best flight schools in New Jersey, experience is everything. Our flight school has over 20 years of pilot training experience in training professional and amateur pilots in a range of 10 different aircraft, as well as logging over 68,000 flight instruction and rental hours.

We have our own FAA certified A&P/IA on premises and our location outside of the crowded New York area airspace designations means that you get to enjoy scenic open skies as you learn to fly.

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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Who Is Flying On Private Jets?

 

The USA leads the way in private jet travel, which is a popular alternative to traditional first class commercial travel. So just who are these people who are lucky enough to enjoy the privacy and exclusivity of being able to charter their own aircraft? Here’s what Monmouth Executive Airport has to say!

  • Business people: Corporate clients are some of the most regular travelers on private charter flights, but it’s not just C-level executives and business owners anymore. Often, companies send teams compromising of different employees at every level of their organization in order to properly attend a conference, deliver a pitch or meet with a client. As the entire cabin belongs to you and your guests, business groups find it easier to travel this way as they can continue their meeting or brainstorm a session without interrupting other passengers.
  • A-listers: Even though private air travel has become less expensive and more accessible to everyone, it is still the most exclusive way to travel, so it’s no surprise that celebrities like Hollywood stars, Broadway producers, and other A-listers still choose private jets.
  • Politicians and authors: Anyone with a packed schedule of meet-and-greets, conferences and publicity events throughout the state or country is simply going to find chartering private flights to be the only way to go. They offer the flexibility needed for multi-stop trips, can access more airports to get you closer to your destination, and allow you to create your own schedule of stops rather than having to work within commercial flight availability. What’s more, private aircraft let you truly sit back and relax, brainstorm the next event or discuss strategy in the privacy of your own cabin.
  • Vacationers: There’s nothing that makes a special vacation more exciting than chartering a private aircraft! This is fast-becoming a big trend amongst honeymooners, couples celebrating their anniversaries, bachelor parties, hen parties and more. Unlike commercial air travel, private crews can pull out all the stops to make your trip truly memorable, from providing special catering and romantic touches to delivering the ultimate VIP experience.

Why charter companies are partnering with Monmouth Airport to deliver the best flying experience 

With the longest private runway in the country at over 7,300 feet in addition to our spacious airplane hangar space in New Jersey and world-class amenities, we ensure that we can handle almost any class of non-commercial jet with ease. We also offer:

  • On-site jet and aircraft maintenance and repair services.
  • 24-hour fuel availability, including AVgas and Jet-A fuel at highly competitive rates.
  • 24-hour LED-based airport lighting and rotating beacon.
  • 24- hour lavatory servicing, de-icing services and GPU (Ground Power Units).
  • Airplane hangar space available immediately at affordable rates for helicopters, prop planes and multi-engine Gulfstream jets. We offer hangar space in NJ for rent or for sale, custom hangar space and attached office space if needed.

For more information about Monmouth Executive Airport in New Jersey, please contact us and visit our website at http://monmouthjetcenter.com/ today.

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Flying To The 2017 Cannes Film Festival? Let Monmouth Airport Take You There

This year marks a significant milestone for the acclaimed Cannes Film Festival. Running for its 70th year, the 2017 festival will be held in France from 17-28 May. Featuring renowned Spanish film director and screenwriter Pedro Almodóvar as President of the jury and Italian actress Monica Bellucci as host, this year’s film festival promises to be the most exciting, exclusive and creative cinema event yet. Fortunately, Monmouth Executive Airport in New Jersey is ready to whisk you away on your private flight to Cannes in style.

What’s the Cannes Film Festival line up for 2017 

This festival is known for keeping film selections quiet until the very last moment, but the organizers released the line-up last week and the selection looks promising to say the least! Some of the most anticipated films of this year’s festival include:

  • Sicilian Ghost Story – Directed by Grassadonia and Piazza, 2013 winners, this is a story about the disappearance of a young boy, and a young girl fighting back against the silence of her community in the face of this event.
  • A Violent Life – Set in Corsica, this political and historical film is directed by Thierry de Peretti. It’s ultra-realistic focus is on the political radicalization of the main character.
  • Bloody Milk – This is a thriller directed by Hubert Charuel, revolving around a dairy farmer and his family, who faces disaster when infection strikes his herd.
  • Brigsby Bear – Directed by Dave McCary, this is the festival’s closing film. An American comedy-drama, it stars Kyle Mooney, Clare Danes, Mark Hamill and other well-known Hollywood stars, and focuses on a journey to complete the story of a well-known children’s show.
  • Tehran Taboo – This is an animated film directed by Ali Soozandeh, and focuses on life in Tehran where the lives of three women and a young musician cross paths in a society filled with contradictions.

Start your journey in style from Monmouth Executive Airport in NJ

Located outside of crowded Class B airspace, Monmouth Airport is still just a quick hour’s drive by car (or 20 minutes by helicopter) to the center of Manhattan, making us a real alternative to congested New York City, Philadelphia and Jersey Shore gateway airports.

With exclusive FBO services, concierge services and amenities, our airport offers everything that local and international visitors deserve. With a runway of over 7300 feet and 24/7 services, we can handle almost all classes of non-commercial jets with ease.

If you fly your own aircraft, we also offer hangar space in NJ available immediately, including T-hangars, as well as custom hangar space. We stock both Avfuel 100 II and Jet A at competitive rates, and offer volume fuel discounts.

Through our world-class amenities and services, we offer private clients an exceptional flying experience. For more information, please visit our website at http://monmouthjetcenter.com/ today.

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What Monmouth Airport Can Offer Charter Companies That Others Can’t

Monmouth Executive Airport is a newly revamped private airport in New Jersey that is focused on one thing – offering the future of aviation. Here’s what makes us different – and a favorite with charter companies:

  • Hangar space: Private airports in the tristate area and all over the USA are struggling to meet the demand for hangar space. However, Monmouth Airport has access to 850 acres of land, which is why we can offer aviators and charter companies clean, well-maintained hangar space in New Jersey right now. From T-hangar rentals with attached office space to custom built hangars to your exact specifications, we can handle it all at an affordable rate.
  • Competitive fuel prices: Whether you run a charter company or enjoy flying your own aircraft for pleasure, the price of aviation fuel can have a big impact on your flying. We offer aviation fuel at a competitive or lower rate than other regional jet centers, including Morristown and Teterboro. We stock both Avfuel 100 II and Jet A, and offer volume fuel and self-service discounts.
  • The longest runway: At 7300 feet, our runway is the longest of any private airport in the country, allowing us to handle almost any class of non-commercial jet or aircraft on the market. Our landing lights are always on, and fuel and de-icing services operate 24/7.
  • Uncrowded airspace: Tired of delays, stressful landings and taking off, and heavy traffic both in the sky and on the ground? We’re located out of New York Class B airspace and one mile outside Mode C airspace, making for easy, stress-free flying. Despite our quiet location, we’re still an easy 1 hour drive or 20 min helicopter ride from Downtown Manhattan, Philadelphia or Atlantic City, and offer full limousine and car rental services.

Get world-class service at Monmouth Executive Airport in New Jersey

In addition to our competitively priced hangars and aircraft hangar packages, we also offer private owners and charter companies world-class support and FBO services. From lavatory servicing, de-icing services and fuel loyalty programs to our well-appointed waiting lounge and concierge services, we strive to offer pilots, crews and passengers a truly high-quality experience.

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

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