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Priester adds another handful to managed fleet
Since 1945, Priester has evolved into a global aircraft management and on-demand charter company. Andy Priester has grown the fleet from seven to 75, with the latest additions placed across the US.
Chairman and CEO Andy Priester.
Read this story in our February 2022 printed issue.

US aircraft management and private charter provider 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 programmes. The diverse aircraft represent long range, super-midsize, widebody and midsize options. They and their bases include a Global 6000 in Chicago; a Gulfstream G500 in North Dakota; a Falcon 2000LXS in Florida; a Challenger 300 in Michigan; and a Learjet 45 in Oklahoma.

“These additions advance our goal of delivering incredibly high quality, responsive services in key markets,” says president and CEO Andy Priester. “More and more people recognise the unrivalled flexibility and benefits afforded by aircraft ownership and private charter flights. We see demand continuing to grow.”

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