Priester Aviation adds 5 aircraft; mulls Spring return for jet card

By Doug Gollan, January 19, 2022

While Priester Aviation is keeping a restart of its jet card on hold, it has added five more private jets to its fleet

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, according to the company.

New aircraft include a Chicago-based Bombardier Global 6000, a Gulfstream G500 in North Dakota, a Falcon 2000LXS in Florida, a Michigan-based Bombardier Challenger 300, and a Learjet 45 in Oklahoma.

“These additions advance our goal of delivering incredibly high-quality, responsive services in key markets,” says Andy Priester, President and CEO of Priester Aviation.

He added, “More and more people recognize the unrivaled flexibility and benefits afforded by aircraft ownership and private charter flights. We see demand continuing to grow.”

Like others, Priester Aviation put its jet card on ice last year as demand outstripped supply. A spokesperson says there will be “a likely restart in the spring.”

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