Jeremy Franchere was hired by AAG in New Jersey to fly Corporate. We were all sad to see him leave, but happy for his success and his new adventures to come.
Scott Groth became the New Assistant Chief. At Jeremy’s celebration we had cake and the passing down of the Northeast Helicopters Headdress to Scott.
It was a great party!
Our son Alan, who is only 17, is now nearing his private pilot and commercial pilot status in his training. It makes us so very proud, knowing that he is at a a school that teaches it’s students with such extreme professionalism, expertise, care and safety. Each one of the NEH flight instructors has the endearing quality to reach each and every student on his or her own level, therefore, maximizing their potential.
Alan has been a student at Northeast Helicopters for just a short while (a little over a year and a half) and yet, with the level of teaching and the advanced progress he has made, it doesn’t seem that long. Alan has been getting the finest training from the very first moment he enter the establishment. He has always loved helicopters and how they fly. Even when he was a little boy, he would ask for some toy helicopter over another toy. It was this insatiable appetite for flying which gave us the idea to offer Alan that first memorable introductory flight.
We are proud to be a vital part of Northeast Helicopters and would be first in line to recommend the school.
Nancy and Russell Schiebel