Considering a Move to Coatesville/Eastern PA (Delaware Valley) for a Contract Aviation Job?

New to Coatesville?

Ever consider a contract job in Coatesville, PA? The Philadelphia area is commonly known as the Delaware Valley. It's the land of Cheesesteaks, Soft Pretzels, and Yuengling beer. What's not to love about the Delaware Valley? If you're considering a contract position in the area, read on. It's a great location that offers something for everyone.

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Weather in Coatesville

The Philadelphia area is located in the Mid-Atlantic region and experiences all four seasons. During the Summer months it is often hot and humid. The average temperature during the Summer months is 87℉. While the Winter is cold averaging around 35-40℉. Here you can experience heavy rains and snowstorms.


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Cost of Living in Coatesville

With a population of over 4.1 million people the Delaware Valley is a hustling metropolitan area. Renting a one-bedroom apartment will run about $900 a month.

Dining in Coatesville

Located in one of the most diverse and largest areas in the country there is an endless variety of dining. Here you can find pizza, small delis, Sushi, Korean, German pubs, BYOB Italian restaurants or gorge yourself on desserts and sweets. The Main Line area is a foodie's paradise.

While in the Philadelphia region most people want to get a cheesesteak, and while the two most popular places amongst the tourists are Genos and Pats and are both located on the corner of Passyunk Ave, take the short drive to South Street and visit Jim's. Ordering a cheesesteak in Philly can be a bit intimidating, while there may be a large menu of options to add to your steak like mushrooms and peppers and provolone cheese know that the locals order one of two ways: A Whiz With or a Whiz Without. A Whiz With gets you a cheesesteak with whiz cheese and fried onions, and a Whiz Without gets you it without fried onions; then generously top it with ketchup. If you make a stop at Jim's bring cash, as they do not accept cards.

If you are looking for an amazing Italian dinner Fellini Café in Media the place to go. This small restaurant has a lot to offer, like live Opera performances on Mondays and on Mondays and Tuesdays they offer 3 course meals for only $35. Serving up traditional dishes like Bolognese, Gnocchi and Tiramisu you won't be disappointed. Fellini's is also a BYOB restaurant, so bring your favorite bottle of wine and they will chill it for you at no extra charge.

What to Do in Coatesville

It's a vibrant, upbeat, spirited area, rich in history and at times, has a few, overenthusiastic sports fans. Philadelphia is the heart of Eastern PA, as a major hub of the East Coast, it boasts one of the largest International Airports and busiest ports in the country. The city is bursting with pop-up breweries, craft eateries, and endless amounts of tours and events. If history is your thing a visit to Independence Hall or the US Mint will leave you satisfied. Or how about a self-guided tour of Eastern State Penitentiary, where you can check out where Al Capone was once locked away, and if you're lucky maybe even see one of the many ghosts that haunt the cell blocks?

Once you've managed to have your fill of cheesesteaks, and the nightlife of Passyunk Ave., you can head out to Amish country for a very different change of pace. Out in the heart of Amish Country is the city of Lancaster where old meets new. You can stroll around downtown and visit quaint shops and restaurants or take a tour of a real Amish farm and get up close and personal with farm animals and churn your own butter. You can even book a horse and buggy ride if you are feeling up to it. Another busy area of Eastern PA is the Pocono Mountain region where you can visit world-class ski resorts, indoor water parks, or the Pocono Speedway.

Where to Stay

With multiple hotel options in the area it can be a bit overwhelming to find one, Extended Stay America – Exton is conveniently located. Rooms come with full kitchens making long term stays more comfortable, as well as offering free Wi-Fi and breakfast and on-site laundry. They also have free shuttles to nearby locations as well as a pool, hot tub and workout room.

If you are traveling with an RV or camper there are multiple options in the Delaware Valley. Brandywine Creek Campground is long term stay friendly with monthly rates and located close to the airport. They offer sites with full hook up, laundry services, inground pool and free Wi-Fi.

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