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Priester Aviation Increases Its Industry Support

Priester Aviation walks its talk. That action orientation led to a reevaluation and intensification of its industry support. It has joined the following organizations and begun contributing immediately: International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) – CEO Andy Priester spoke at the spring meeting that held May 9-11. Priester Aviation successfully went through the rigorous acceptance process […]


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Understanding Private Aviation Options

2.16.22

By Greg Cummings Making the decision to fly privately is easy, with the extra convenience, flexibility and privacy it provides. Choosing which private aviation option is right for each need might be a more difficult decision. By breaking down the benefits of each structure, Priester can explain the most popular solutions and help provide clarity. […]

Priester Aviation Adds Experienced President to Leadership Team

2.8.22

To help grow Priester’s reach and range of services, the company announces the hiring of Rich Ropp as President.

Priester Aviation Adds New Aircraft to Its Managed Fleet

1.20.22

Priester Aviation added five new aircraft in Q4 2021 to meet growing demand in both its owner use (Part 91) and charter revenue (Part 135) management services programs.

Priester Aviation Offers Its Aircraft Owners Expedited Parts Through JSSI Parts & Leasing

11.16.21

Priester Aviation has launched a parts-procurement program with JSSI Parts & Leasing for its managed fleet of jets.

Priester Aviation Refines Focus, Branding and Website

11.2.21

Priester Aviation’s ongoing quality improvement includes how it tells its story, both verbally and visually. A newly launched website rolls out an elegant, reimagined brand and refined mission, vision and values.

From Briefcases to Suitcases

3.2.21

Just about one year ago, the industry saw a dramatic shift in who was chartering a private aircraft. So why has flying private becoming so necessary for people who may no longer be time sensitive? One word, COVID.