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Welcome to the February Issue of The BAC Bulletin & DA News!

Ever dream of owning your own small aircraft? It’s a big commitment. To help you decide, we share some tips from Plane & Pilot magazine on what to consider before you buy a plane. And can you believe it’s been five years since Capt. Sullenberger landed his Airbus A320 in the Hudson? We revisit what we can learn from him.

This February, make sure you take advantage of our "Sweet Heart of a Deal." Take a flight with the one you love and when you fill your tank, take .25 cents off per gallon throughout the month of February. Happy Valentine’s Day to our Customers!

Also, just a reminder that the FAA has issued airspace restrictions over Super Bowl XLVIII on February 2. Read the announcement here.

To keep up to date on the latest news and announcements, make sure you "like" our Facebook page and help your colleagues stay in the know by sharing our posts with your friends.

Safe flying!

Lynda & Santo Silvestro

What to Consider Before Buying Your Own PlaneWhat to Consider Before Buying Your Own Plane

Pilots may differ in many ways, but one thing most have in common is a desire to own their own small aircraft. Before you head down to the dealer, read these important tips from Plane & Pilot magazine.

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Miracle on the Hudson  Five Years LaterMiracle on the Hudson — Five Years Later

Can you believe it’s been five years since Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger heroically landed US Airways Flight 1549 on the Hudson? At this five-year anniversary, here’s a review of what pilots and aviation professionals can learn from the pilots and crew of Flight 1549.

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Maintain Your Aircraft this Winter

Winter flying is hazardous. It’s important to maintain your aircraft for peak performance during the winter months. We offer professional, full-service maintenance, inspections and repairs for your aircraft. Our Line Service Department is available to serve you 7 days a week, from 7:45am to 6:00pm. Service is provided onsite by Master Aviation, Inc, the Aerostar Center of the Northeast and can be contacted at 203-790-5226 or via email at We also have Curtiss Aero which is a Cirrus Authorized Service Center that is CAPS certified, and can be contacted at 203-702-7192 or via email at

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