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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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Three Ways to Save in 2020


Now is a great time to lock in your savings by pre-paying for your upcoming travel through Priester’s three travel programs.

Employee Spotlight: Stacey Wolfe


Stacey Wolfe brings to Priester Aviation more than 19 years of Human Resources experience. Stacey joined the Priester team in 2016 where she leads talent development, benefits, recruiting and payroll functions.

Isolation Vacation


Need a vacation but worried about the crowds? During the COVID-19 pandemic when isolation is essential, chartering your own private yacht is the safest way to vacation.

Priester Aviation Brings on Four New Sales Executives for Business Growth


Priester Aviation, LLC, announced that four new sales team members have joined Priester Aviation’s existing sales team in various regional positions, with the goal of capturing growth opportunities as business recovers during these unprecedented times.

Priester COVID-19 Response


We are in unprecedented times and navigating uncharted waters. We are monitoring the constantly changing situation with COVID-19 so that we can best serve our charter clients, our aircraft owners, our crews, and our team members. Our decisions focus on the health and safety of everyone we work with, and long term success of the business.

You May Be Participating in Illegal Charter, and Not Even Know It?


Illegal charter has quickly become a hot topic in the private aviation world. The topic has recently gained the attention of regulators because of the proliferation of start-up businesses trying to emulate UBER but on private jets.