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Priority Jet makes a trans-Atlanta move
Priority Jet has made a move to bring its Citation-centred operation to Cobb County on the north side of Atlanta, closer to its customers.

Georgia-based operator Priority Jet has moved into new headquarters at the Cobb County International airport (KRYY) in Atlanta. Back in July the company signed a three year lease with options for multiple extensions with resident FBO Hawthorne Global Aviation Services for office and hangar space.

CEO and chairman Scot Foith says: “I am proud of how far our company has come over the past 15 years and this move to the Northside of Atlanta better connects our customers to our operation.”

Vice president, business Chip Kaczynski spearheaded the company's relocation from Peachtree City’s Falcon Field to Cobb County. He also serves as secretary of the airport advisory board at Cobb. He adds: “Our new facility provides the foundation for the next phase of our expansion plan.”

Incorporated in 2003 as Corporate Jet, Priority Jet primarily operates Citation Excel and XLS aircraft. Its mechanics are factory-trained by Textron Aviation and pilots by FlightSafety International. The company has both ARG/US and Wyvern certifications.

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