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Premier adds to Michigan portfolio with second acquisition
The newly-bolstered footprint for Premier Private Jets will include upholstery, carpet, lighting, entertainment systems, cabinetry and full cabin re-design and modification at Oakland County International airport.
The move will centralise MRO capabilities for third-party aircraft.

Premier Private Jets, a Part 135 air charter company headquartered in Stuart, Florida, has added to its aircraft maintenance and upgrade services portfolio by acquiring Unique One Interiors and Avionics. This is the latest addition to Premier's full-service offerings at Oakland County International airport in Michigan.

This newly-bolstered footprint will include upholstery, carpet, lighting, entertainment systems, cabinetry and full cabin re-design and modification. The in-sourcing of these key functions provides significant advantages to Premier's owned charter fleet and centralises MRO capabilities for third party aircraft.

“This addition is very exciting and only the latest of many as we expand Premier's services in this strategic location,” states Josh Birmingham, CEO of Premier Private Jets. “This acquisition uniquely allows Premier to offer high quality interior upholstery and complete avionic services including full installations to anyone needing to upgrade their plane.”

Premier Private Jets has been built to deliver a great flight experience for all our clients at reasonable prices. That is the central focus of everyone on our team. We are a small operator with a commitment to deliver really big, really safe and efficient service,” Birmingham concludes.

Premier only recently arrived at Oakland County, after it acquired FBO Oakland Air and rebranded it.

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