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Private Lender Bentex Funding Group Ltd.

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BUY GOLD ONLINE AT MINE PRICES WITH CREDIT CARD GET 790 % RE

Exceptional Profits From Thinking "Out of the Box"

Want to pay for your pilot license

Want to buy a new airplane

want to buy your yacht

want to buy a house on the b/each to keep the wife

happy

WaNt to turn $7,671 into $26,572,036.50

Visit

http://goldfund.x10.mx/7671/

AND DO THE SMART THING

If you buy gold and are tired of geting whipsawed

by price fluctuations that wipe out your profits

perhaps it is time to think differently about yOUR

trading strategy.

First, there are some things to think about that

are not so obvious although the are staring you

in the face every day.

TAXES

OFFSHORE DEAL -- NO TAXES WITHELD

What about the price of gold today ? You can check

the price of gold today 24/7 at a little known

website http://goldfund.x10.mx/7671/

Why should something that is dug out of the ground

be so expensive.....

Well there is more to it than the obvious.

First, gold, when it comes from the mines is not

completely pure and it is about 7000 miles from the

world marketplace.....it does not have a serial

number on it and a chain or custody.

But it is much less expensive....when bought at

the mine level prices...

Is it worth the price differential for the stamp

of approval it gets from the London Metal Exchange

(LME)or the New YORK METAL EXCHANGE (NYMEX)

WELL...YES AND NO.....YES IF YOU HAVE NO WAY TO BUY AT

MINE LEVEL PRICES AND HAVE NO GUTS FOR THE PROBLEMS

INHERENT IN MOVING THE GOLD FROM MINE TO LONDON OR NEW

YORK....

But you pay a big premium for this peace of mind..

BUT IF ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE EXISTS TO AVOID THAT PREMIUM

THEN IT MAY BE WORTH THINKING ABOUT BUYING GOLD "OUT OF

THE BOX" AT MINE LEVEL PRICES....AS WE DO

NOW THERE IS THE QUESTION OF RISK.

WhAT iS RISK?

RISK IS UNCERTAINTY.....IS THE GOLD REAL?.....CAN I

TRANSPORT IT 7000 MILES?........CAN I SELL IT?..

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET PAID"

IS THERE ANY WAY TO LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD AND PICK UP

A VERY LARGE PROFIT FOR ASSUMING SOME OF THOSE

RISKS.....AND DO IT RELIABLY, TIME AFTER TIME....

THE ANSWER IS CLEARLY YES.....BY INVESTING WITH A

cOMPANY WHO IS DOING IT SUCCESSFULLY....

HERE ARE THE CONSIDERATiONS THAT ARE 'OUT OF THE BOX'

FIRST PROBLEMS

EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST TEACHER BUT THE TUITION IS VERY

HIGH.......SO JOIN WITH SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN THERE DONE

THAT.......AND GET A FAIR SHARE OF THE PROFITS.

WHAT IS A "FAIR SNARE"

WE THINK A FAIR SHARE IS A 50-50 SPLIT IS A FAIR SHARE

MUCH BETTER DEAL THAN BANKS GIVE WITH PUNY INTEREST

PAYMENTS OF 2-3 % OR EVEN 10 % AND THE BANKS KEEP 90 %

IS THAT FAIR ?

BANKS THE WORLD OVER THINK IT IS FAIR.....

WE DONT

HOW MUCH PROFIT IS THERE

WELL THERE IS ONE WAY TO BUY IN WITH SAMPLE 5KG SAMPLE

PACKS FOR $7,671 WHICH PAYS FOR EXPORT DUTIES, SHIPPING

AND INSURANCE.....AND THE GOLD IS PAID FOR AFTER IT IS

ASSAYED AND SOLD INTO THE INTERNATIONAL MARKETPLACE...

THE PAYBACK FOR YOUR SHARE IS $60,666.25 SO LONG AS

GOLD STAYS AT OR ABOVE $1,250 / TROY OUNCE.

THAT IS A RETURN ON INVESTMENT OF 790 % OR

MORE.......DO THE MATH

AND IT GETS EVEN BETTER.

USING THE MAGIC OF COMPOUNDING AND DOING IT JUST 4

TIMES WITH THE VERY HIGH 796 % RATE OF RETURN, YOUR

$7,671 BECOMES $26,572,036.50

HERE IS THE MATH

GOLD HAS 32.1507466 TROY OUNCES PER KILOGRAM

IF THE NYMEX SPOT PRICE OF GOLD IS $1,250/TROY OUNCE

GROSS PRICE PER KG = 32.1507466 X $1,1250 =

$40,188.93/KG X 90.167 (OUR NET PRICE AFTER ASSAY)

=$36,236.70 OUR GROSS

12,000.00 LESS OUR COST

= 24,236.70 NET PROFIT / KG

X 5 KG

-----------------------

=$121,333.50 GROSS PROFIT/

$60,666.75 YOUR HALF

TURN 1 PROFIT IS $ $60,666.75

$60,666.75 IS A 790.8 % RETURN ON $60,666.75

THIS WILL BUY 7 MORE SAMPLE PACKS WITH SOME CHANGE.

TURN 2 PROFIT IS $ 424,667.25

WILL BUY 55 MORE SAMPLE PACKS

TURN 3 PROFIT IS 55 X $60,666.75 = $3,336,371.25

$3,336,371.25 WILL BUY 438 MORE PACKS

TURN 4 PROFIT ON 438 PACKS IS $26,572,036.50

AND SOME CHANGE

NOW YOU ARE NOT TRADING AND YOU ARE NOT INVESTING IN

GOLD MINING STOCKS......BOTH OF WHICH HAVE A LOT OF

RISK OF THEIR OWN.

IN THIS CASE, THIS COMPANY BUYS GOLD "IN THE BAG" NOT

"IN THE GROUND MAYBE WE HOPE"....THAT REMOVES THE RISK

OF A MINING STOCK.......

THEY ADD VALUE BY TAKING THE GOLD TO A REFINERY IN THE

US TO BE CERTAIN IT REALLY IS GOLD, SND NOT A BAG OF

DIRT, BEFORE THEY PAY....

AND THEY HAVE SOME OTHER SAFEGUARDS BUILT IN....SUCH AS

AN AGREEMENT IN SOME CASES TO DEFER PAYMENOF EXPORT

DUTIES BY LEAVING SOME OF THE GOLD FOR COLLATERAL WITH

A GOVERNMENT REVENUE DEPARTMENAND GETTING SOME CREDIT

WITH AN AIRLINE SHIPPING DEPARTMENT FOR SPACE AVAILABLE

CARGO......AND WITH LOCAL PEOPLE TO INSPECT THE GOLD

BEFORE IT IS ACCEPTED FOR SHIPMENT.....THIS KEEPS THE

CON MEN AT BAY.....REMEMBER THIS IS A CASE OF GOLD "IN

THE BAG" NOT "GOLD IN THE GROUND YOU HOPE" WHICH IS

WHAT YOU BUY WITH MINING STOCKS

AND YOU ARE GETTING INCREDIBLE LEVERAGE THAT IS

IMPOSSIBLE TO GET ANY OTHER WAY.....BOTH BY THE CREDIT

EXTENDED BECAUSE THE GOLD IS NOT PAID FOR U$26,572,036.50NTIL IT IS

ASSAYED GIVING AN EFFECTIVE 15:1 LEVERAGE

WHERE DO I FIND IT....THERE IS A WEBSITE AT

HTTP//goldfund.X10.MX/7671/

WHERE YOU CAN FIND OUT THE DETAILS....

AND ONE OTHER THING......

YOU CAN PAY BY CREDIT CARD....MASTERCARD, VISA,

EISCOVER, AMERICAN EXPRESS.....AND PAYPAL

PAYPAL EVEN GIVES 6 MONTH CREDIT IF YOU HAVE GOOD

CREDIT..

AND THEY EVEN HAVE INSTALLMENT PLANS AND SAVINGS

ACCOUNTS........YOU NEED TO SEE THE ENTIRE DEAL.

GETTING BACK $26,572,036.50 FOR ONLY $7,671 IS A

DECENT DEAL IN AN ECONOMY WHERE IT IS HARD TO GET 5 %

IN MOST OTHER THINGS......

AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE VERY RICH TO GET IN ON THE

DEAL ONLY A ONE TIME $7,671 WILL DO IT.

THE COMPANY HAS WAITING BUYERS AND SELLERS

VISIT

http://goldfund.x10.mx/7671/

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BUY GOLD ONLINE AT MINE PRICES WITH CREDIT CARD GET 796 % RE

Exceptional Profits From Thinking "Out of the Box"

http://goldfund.x10.mx/7671/

If you buy gold and are tired of geting whipsawed

by price fluctuations that wipe out your profits

perhaps it is time to think differently about ypir

trading strategy.

First, there are some things to think about that

are not so obvious although the are staring you

in the face every day.

What about the price of gold today ? You can check

the price of gold today 24/7 at a little known

website http://goldfund.x10.mx/7671/

Why should something that is dug out of the ground

be so expensive.....

Well there is more to it than the obvious.

First, gold, when it comes from the mines is not

completely pure and it is about 7000 miles from the

world marketplace.....it does not have a serial

number on it and a chain or custody.

But it is much less expensive....when bought at

the mine level prices...

Is it worth the price differential for the stamp

of approval it gets from the London Metal Exchange

(LME)or the New YORK METAL EXCHANGE (NYMEX)

WELL...YES AND NO.....YES IF YOU HAVE NO WAY TO BUY AT MINE LEVEL PRICES AND HAVE NO GUTS FOR THE PROBLEMS INHERENT IN MOVING THE GOLD FROM MINE TO LONDON OR NEW YORK....

But you pay a big premium for this peace of mind..

BUT IF ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE EXISTS TO AVOID THAT PREMIUM THEN IT MAY BE WORT THINKING ABOUT BUYING GOLD "OUT OF THE BOX" AT MINE LEVEL PRICES....

NOW THERE IS THE QUESTION OF RISK.

WhAT iS RISK?

RISK IS UNCERTAINTY.....IS THE GOLD REAL?.....CAN I

TRANSPORT IT 7000 MILES?........CAN I SELL IT?..

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET PAID"

IS THERE ANY WAY TO LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD AND PICK UP A VERY LARGE PROFIT FOR ASSUMING SOME OF THOSE RISKS.....AND DO IT RELIABLY, TIME AFTER TIME....

THE ANSWER IS CLEARLY YES.....BY INVESTING WITH SOMEONE WHO IS DOING IT SUCCESSFULLY....

HERE ARE THE CONSIDERATiONS THAT ARE 'OUT OF THE BOX'

FIRST PROBLEMS

EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST TEACHER BUT THE TUITION IS VERY HIGH.......SO JOIN WITH SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN THERE DONE THAT.......AND GET A FAIR SHARE OF THE PROFITS.

WHAT IS A "FAIR SNARE"

WE THINK A FAIR SHARE IS A 50-50 SPLIT IS A FAIR SHARE MUCH BETTER DEAL THAN BANKS GIVE WITH PUNY INTEREST PAYMENTS OF 2-3% OR EVEN 10%AND THE BANKS KEEP 90 %

IS THAT FAIR ?

BANKS THE WORLD OVER THINK IT IS FAIR.....

WE DONT

HOW MUCH PROFIT IS THERE

WELL THERE IS ONE WAY TO BUY IN WITH SAMPLE 5KG SAMPLE PACKS FOR $7,671 WHICH PAYS FOR EXPORT DUTIES, SHIPPING AND INSURANCE.....AND THE GOLD IS PAID FOR AFTER IT IS ASSAYED AND SOLD INTO THE INTERNATIONAL MARKETPLACE...

THE PAYBACK FOR YOUR SHARE IS $61,093.25 SO LONG AS GOLD STAYS ABOVE $1,250 / TROY OUNCE.

THAT IS A RETURN ON INVESTMENT OF 796 % OR MORE.......DO THE MATH

AND IT GETS EVEN BETTER.

USING THE MAGIC OF COMPOUNDING AND DOING IT JUST 4 TIMES WITH THE VERY HIGH 796 % RATE OF RETURN, YOUR $7,671 BECOMES $26,758,853

HERE IS THE MATH

TURN 1 PROFIT IS $ 1,093/25

WILL BUY 7 MORE SAMPLE PACKS

TURN 2 PROFIT IS $ 427,632.75

WILL BUY 55 MORE SAMPLE PACKS

TURN 3 PROFIT IS 55 X $61,093.25 = $3,360,128.75

$3,360,128.75 WILL BUY 438 MORE PACKS

TURN 4 PROFIT ON 438 PACKS IS $26L758,843

NOW YOU ARE NOT TRADING AND YOU ARE NOT INVESTING IN GOLD MINING STOCKS......BOTH OF WHICH HAVE A LOT OF RISK OF THEIR OWN.

IN THIS CASE, THIS COMPANY BUYS GOLD "IN THE BAG" NOT "IN THE GROUND MAYBE WE HOPE"....THAT REMOVES THE RISK OF A MINING STOCK.......

THEY ADD VALUE BY TAKING THE GOLD TO A REFINERY IN THE US TO BE CERTAIN IT REALLY IS GOLD, SND NOT A BAG OF DIRT, BEFORE THEY PAY....

AND THEY HAVE SOME OTHER SAFEGUARDS BUILT IN....SUCH AS AN AGREEMENT IN SOME CASES TO DEFER PAYMENOF EXPORT DUTIES BY LEAVING SOME OF THE GOLD FOR COLLATERAL WITH A GOVERNMENT REVENUE DEPARTMENAND GETTING SOME CREDIT WITH AN AIRLINE SHIPPING DEPARTMENT FOR SPACE AVAILABLE CARGO......AND WITH LOCAL PEOPLE TO INSPECT THE GOLD BEFORE IT IS ACCEPTED FOR SHIPMENT.....THIS KEEPS THE CON MEN AT BAY.....REMEMBER THIS IS A CASE OF GOLD "IN THE BAG" NOT "GOLD IN THE GROUND YOU HOPE" WHICH IS WHAT YOU BUY WITH MINING STOCKS

AND YOU ARE GETTING INCREDIBLE LEVERAGE THAT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO GET ANY OTHER WAY.....BOTH BY THE CREDIT EXTENDED BECAUSE THE GOLD IS NOT PAID FOR UNTIL IT IS ASSAYED GIVING AN EFFECTIVE 15:1 LEVERAGE

WHERE DO I FIND IT....THERE IS A WEBSITE AT HTTP//GOLDFUND.X10.MX/7671/

WHERE YOU CAN FIND OUT THE DETAILS....

AND ONE OTHER THING......

YOU CAN PAY BY CREDIT CARD....MASTERCARD, VISA, DISCOVER, AMERICAN EXPRESS.....AND PAYPAL

PAYPAL EVEN GIVES 6 MONTH CREDIT IF YOU HAVE GOOD

CREDIT..

AND THEY EVEN HAVE INSTALLMENT PLANS AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS........YOU NEED TO SEE THE ENTIRE DEAL.

GETTING BACK $26,758,853 FOR ONLY $7,671 IS A DECENT DEAL IN AN ECONOMY WHERE IT IS HARD TO GET 5 % IN MOST OTHER THINGS......

AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE VERY RICH TO GET IN ON THE DEAL ONLY A ONE TIME $7,671 WILL DO IT.

THE COMPANY HAS WAITING BUYERS AND SELLERS

VISIT

http://goldfund.x10.mx/7671/

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65NJ is a heliport in The Kearny NJ

Here are the coordinates of the heliport (40.730562 , -74.116901). I'm trying to log this airport since its my new home base and this is not in your database correctly

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Tailspinners General Aviation Flight Facility, home of the A

South Jersey Regional Airport is home to the Tailspinners General Aviation Flight Facility. The Facility hosts a Flying Club for Aircraft Rental and Flight Instruction. The Facility is also home to the Aviators Choice Coffee Company and Bistro. For more information, check out their website by searching for Tailspinners South Jersey Regional, such and awesome to check out!!!!!!

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Closed

airport is closed, replaced by soccer fields

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Woodbine Airport

Yes, Woodbine is a very nice airport with great runways, but I take offense that the banner pilots are crazy, in fact the banner pilots at very professional and take flying seriously.

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re: Data problem

Reply to @ptomblin:

Me again, I noticed the quarry while looking for Hilltop... maybe you'd want to leave the entry to let people know it's not a real airport... it's mentioned on quite a few web sites.

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re: Data problem

Reply to @ptomblin:

I'm notifying Google to see if they'll take it off Maps... i'd love to know how this came to pseudo-existence but I suspect I never will :P

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re: Data problem

I'm going to close this unless somebody objects.

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re: Data problem

Reply to @ptomblin:

Is anybody cares this is a quarry, seems to have been one since 1995... very bumpy for landing.

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loser

The guy they have managing that place hates you and the world. He gets an attitude with just about everyone who stops in. If he hates people so much, why is he the manager of anything? What a bunch of sh*t. Doesn't belong in a public position with that attitude. Find out who owns the airport and file a complaint!

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re: VFR into teterboro

I fly my Warrior into KTEB frequently, but it's always from the north -- from that side, you can drop below NY approach airspace, and it's just a matter of calling up KTEB like any other towered airport. From the south, you might have to negotiate more-complex airspace, or make a big loop around.

When you're leaving, if you're VFR, tower will often let you cut ahead of the long line of bizjets and take an intersection departure.

Gas is expensive, but that's life near NYC. Call your FBO of choice first, and make sure you ask about *all* fees. I was surprised by a new customs fee on my last visit this past summer (since I was coming from Canada), but Atlantic very kindly and quickly refunded it.

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VFR into teterboro

thinking about VFR from Norfolk to teterboro...first time into teterboro. bad idea? any recommendations on route?

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The airport is owned by Green Township

Since someone wanted to know who owned it.

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closure

was a terrible idea. it was the best airport to visit atlantic city. walking distance to the casinos and hotels.

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Visited the other day

Was a Friday. VFR and gorgeous day. Saw about 8 airplanes tied down. None of them looked like they were airworthy except a cub well maintained. Many had flat tires. The "FBO" was open but deserted. Some bottled water and an old broken microwave. No plumbing/running water. The hanger was locked but I could see inside there were some planes in there. In the one hour i was there, not a soul came by, drove by, or landed. My dog and I sat on the picnic bench and had some lunch. I was dreaming about turning this place into something that people could enjoy. Maybe a small greasy spoon eatery. Or give "Cub" rides on Sundays for $5 like the 30s. I hate to see small grassroots airports wither away, but such is General Aviation really. Not enough people interested to pass the torch.... Anwyay, hung out with hope, but finally departed to visit another lonely airport a few miles away - Newton. Even more deserted.

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re: $200 customs ramp fee

Reply to @ptomblin: 8 gallons usable (10 total) in a Warrior is almost double the minimum day VFR reserve even at 75% power and ROP. Personally, I normally land at TEB with about 26 gal usable (28 total), but that's because I'm flying alone and take off from Ottawa with full tanks. When I fly to NYC with my whole family this summer, I'm going to have to keep the tanks a lot lower for W&B, and I can see touching down in TEB with only 10-12 gal usable if it's good VFR. IFR or night VFR is a different story, of course, as is flight over mostly-uninhabited terrain like Northern Quebec -- I like to land with 2 hours in the tanks in those situations.

As you know from your Archer time, another advantage of the Cherokee line is that there's no "both" fuel switch. My rule (which, fortunately, I've never had to invoke) is that if I ever do unexpectedly run one tank dry, I will treat it as an emergency -- something went wrong with my fuel system or my calculations -- and I will use the other tank only to make a precautionary landing at the nearest airport (or on a road or field if there's no airport within 15 minutes). A Cessna's "both" position doesn't give you that kind of warning: when you're dry, you're dry.

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re: $200 customs ramp fee

Reply to @prattsoplenty: If I put 40 gallons of fuel in a Warrior, I'd think I was doing a piss poor job of fuel management. Maybe people who do a lot more flying than I do like to get down that low, but I don't.

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re: $200 customs ramp fee

Reply to @david: Jet Aviation charges a ramp fee, for a single-engine Piper, $170 which can be waived if you purchase 40 gallons of 100LL (today's price was $9.34/gallon). So glad somebody else pays for my fuel!

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re: $200 customs ramp fee

Reply to @prattsoplenty: thanks for the tip. When I first started using TEB a few years ago, I ruled out Jet for some reason (high fees? no 100LL? don't remember). I'll take another look. I am happy with Atlantic's quick response, though.

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re: $200 customs ramp fee

Reply to @david: The other option is to use Jet Aviation at the south end of the airport. There is a Customs office right next to their building. I have been using them for the past few years until I starting working for another company who used Atlantic. But now they have switched to Jet as well since Customs moved to the new location. This is because fueling is not allowed on the Customs ramp and that can delay us. As well, at Jet, it is just a quick walk to the FBO so our passengers can be in the car quicker than at Atlantic. Check out the fees and prices but Jet might be the solution you are looking for.

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re: $200 customs ramp fee

I sent a note to Atlantic, and their regional manager, Joe Fazio, got back to me within the hour. They will refund the $200 customs handling fee from my last visit, and are working to come up with an arrangement more suitable for small, single-engine aircraft (they don't see very many of them, unfortunately). I recommend that anyone planning to clear customs at TEB call first to confirm the fee structure, but hopefully, this problem will soon disappear. In the meantime, I'll just plan an extra customs stop at Massena or Watertown on my way down.

I do recommend Atlantic @ TEB: aside from this one issue, they've provided excellent service to me and my family over the years on our visits to NYC, and even though their gas is expensive, it doesn't add up to all that much of a difference for, say, 22 gallons in a small plane. As for TEB itself, as long as you can depart VFR, tower will almost always let a small plane cut in ahead of the lineup -- yesterday morning, I barely had time to put on my brakes at the hold-short line before I was cleared for takeoff ahead of several bizjets. An IFR departure will be another story, but that's true of any NYC-area airport, because the clearance has to come from NY Approach (I once spent 25 minutes idling at Republic waiting for my IFR release).

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$200 customs ramp fee

Since the customs move to Hangar 1, there is now a $200 ramp fee for customs clearance, even for small private planes. It's not clear whether it's Atlantic charging the fee. Atlantic ramp staff said that someone is working to get the fee reduced or removed for small planes -- it's really designed for bizjets -- and that a lot of people have been caught by surprise and angry about it.

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Customs for Atlantic Aviation has moved

!TEB 05/023 TEB SVC CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION OPS RELOCATED FROM

HANGAR 3 TO HANGAR 1

CREATED: 10 May 2012 19:30:00

SOURCE: KISPYFYX

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Good FBO

Need repair... Visit Alex at Syrek Mee Aviation. Great service!

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re: Manhattan and Hudson River Corridor Access

Reply to @willymopit: yes, the landing fee from TEB is annoying, and it's especially a pain for me in Canada, since I have to go to the bank and get a U.S. money order to pay it, then put it in an envelope and mail it to them (they won't accept a credit card). I don't mind the $17, but I wish I could just pay it through the FBO while I was there. I also suspect that billing me and processing the money order probably costs them several times the $17 they collect from me.

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re: Manhattan and Hudson River Corridor Access

Reply to @david: Thanks for the input. Speaking of the port authority, I got a bill for $17 several weeks after visiting. I have no idea why, didn't think there were any other use fees except what the FBO was going to charge.

btw, I love this site, so simple, straight-forward, and has been a great resource for creating a large wall map I now keep in my home.

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Lincoln Park and folks fondly remembered

Knew Bill Fedishen (great guy, classic unforgettable character, who was a great foil for Ed. The two were classics of aviation.) Equally unforgetable was Ed Gorski who took my mom and older brother up in a JN-4 Jenny (or maybe a Waco?) in the old days. My first light plane ride, Cessna 172 (1962), first lesson (1964) through license (1969) being instructed by: Bill, Tony Farell (who, IIRC, did my license pre-check ride) and young Dave Brody (with whom did my last dual-cross country and my first & only spin). From Lincoln Park to 23 years in Naval Aviation.

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re: Not for me...

Maybe you ignored and drove past the three signs telling you to park in the parking lot and not drive on the ramp? If so it shows your character to be that of, "I ignore rules and can do whatever I want", meaning they probably wouldn't want types like you there in the first place!

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re: Manhattan and Hudson River Corridor Access

Reply to @willymopit: I've always been treated well at TEB too (I use Atlantic), but I agree about cost of a taxi. There is a bus that stops near the airport and goes to the Port Authority; alternatively, maybe it's possible to take a cab just to the nearest NJ Transit rail station, and get into Manhattan that way. I'll look into it on my next visit.

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Manhattan and Hudson River Corridor Access

Landed here to take a couple people residing in Manhattan on a Hudson River flight. First Aviation treated me well, and with the purchase of 20 gallons of fuel, waived the ramp fee. Looked kinda silly parking a C-152 next to all the executive jets, but they gave me first rate service and parking regardless.

Cab ride to Manhattan is exorbitant, need to find a better way!

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Closure why?

It doesn't make any sense that the FAA closed Bader Field. It was a great little airport servicing AC and was easy to get in an out of; no red tape, no long lines, just fun. The excuse of the tall buildings being too close was a load. We used to fly over the President Hotel all the time and no one ever got hurt. I don't think until the Citation incident that there was ever a situation. It was good enough for Lindbergh and the host of presidents and officials. So convenient, a real shame politics had to prevail......There will always be a place in my heart for Bader Field. Check out my latest book "Bader Field" by Carl David.......

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re: Bader Field memories

I agree, having had many flights in and out of there over the years with my father. My latest book, "Bader Field" (Nightengale Press) is aptly named because that was the last place I saw my father. There is a good amount of flying in the book. (The cover has a shot of my Dad next to his last airplane (Aztec D) at Bader Field.

Carl David

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Bader Field memories

Great memories of Bader Field. My solo flight in 1967 was one my greatest thrills. My first flight instructor was Joe Trappy who also was the GM of the field. Joe also taught my dad at Wings Field in 1945. To think that Bader was closed for "development" purposes just gets under my skin. It was a great place for a kid to learn and grow up.

Jim Duffy

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re: First Solo out of Trinca!

Reply to @Steve: Don't know what magic you are talking about.

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re: Not for me...

The guy they have managing that place hates you and the world. He gets an attitude with just about everyone who stops in. If he hates people so much, why is he the manager of anything? What a bunch of sh*t. Doesn't belong in a public position with that attitude. Find out who owns the airport and file a complaint!

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Not for me...

Drove in this evening (7PM) for a friendly hello and to check out grass landing strip..... Manager was very gruff and overly aggressive.... not good for someone in business... too bad... I might have wanted to tie my plane(s) down there..... I wouldn't land there now in an emergency. Good luck!

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hot day take off from Bader Field to Zahns Airport on Long I

hot day take off with a cherokee 140 and 3 on board was "very iteresting",through downtown atlantic city,YEARS AGO.

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Ed Gorski

Wow, cant believe I found this sight. I worked for Ed in the early 70's > I did everything from sweep the runway, to washing his car and loved every minute of it. Instructors were great. Arnold Kufta, Tony Farrel, Bill Reda, Bill Feddishon, Daine Sutton, and Chuck Smith. What a great bunch of guys. And their was Lucifer the cat. He used to catch mice in the field and bring them for Ed. Ed loved that damn cat !! Many good memories with Wayne W. hangin in the commander, breaking into the furnace room and buying those bottles of coke, and lets not forget driving the go carts down the runway on lousy weather days. Would love to hear info on any of them guy

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Great Airport

Exclusive Charter Service has great service out of here,

suggest calling them for a Jet, flow with them for years now and always on the ball!

MIke D

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Look what I found - Ernest "Pete" Billow

http://www.eaa.org/apps/obituaries/MemorialWall2.aspx?ID=1006

Mel Ponton again

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My first too.

I discovered Trinca in the winter of 1961. I was a senior at Netcong HS with a hankering to fly. I drove up to Trinca one day, didn't see anybody until I located the office. Pete was in there with another guy and I asked about flying lessons and how much they cost. Pete told me they were $12 an hour. At the time I could not afford the price of a full hour so Pete offered to give me half-hour lessons. Then he asked if I had ever been up in a plane and I said no. Then Pete said to the other guy there that a guy should not start taking lessons if he had not been up. Then he said he had to take one of the planes up for some exercise and did I want to go along with him. So, he took me up for the better part of a half-hour. The following weekend I started my half-hour lessons. Usually, at the conclusion of the lesson Pete would take over and we would go for a ride hedge hoping all over the surounding countryside. Boy, sure could he fly that J3.

There was a lady who kept a 172 at the field, here name was/is Roxanne Perona. Toward the end of my instructions Pete told me I should check out in the 172 because it was more appropriate for carrying passengers. It was a VERY windy day and my landings were rough to say the least. So Pete took it around with the intention of showing me how to do it. Well, he had as much trouble bringing it in smoothly as I did and after we were on the ground he taxied over to the office where Rozanne was standing. When he came out of the office he heard Rozanne say, "He isn't going to send you up by yourself is he?" and I told her that he had not said anything to me about going up by myself. Well, he must have heard what Roxanne said and as he was walking toward the plane he surprised Roxanne and I by saying to me, "Why don't you take it around the pattern by yourself a few times." Then he turned around and started heading back to the office and as he did he said to Roxanne, "You have to know when to get out of the airplane, Roxanne."

Pete was a hell of a pilot and a hell of a man. I had heard that he died sometime back - not sure when. I would love to go back up to Trinca and spend some time with him. I guess I should have gone sooner. Let me extend my best wishes to all of you who are "graduates" of Trica. It was a great place to fly. - Mel Ponton, Bloomsbury, NJ

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