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Priester relaunches Centerline jet card
With more clients discovering the advantages of private charter, Priester Aviation is bringing back its Centerline jet card, giving frequent flyers access to immediate booking and guaranteed availability.
Chairman and CEO Andy Priester.

Illinois-headquartered aircraft management and private charter provider Priester Aviation is to relaunch its Centerline jet card product to provide concierge-level service to customers who fly frequently.

The invitation-only service provides clients with access to immediate booking and guaranteed availability, easing concerns they may have experienced over aircraft scarcity within the charter marketplace. Centerline jet card is sold in a convenient 25-hour options, ideal for budgeting and planning purposes.

“The Centerline jet card client is the one who recognises the value of an elevated flight experience,” says chairman and CEO Andy Priester. “They appreciate the industry-leading level of personal attention and professionalism our team and crew provide during a flight. Now we're able to offer that exceptional service with even more flexibility for them. It's the best of both worlds, like having their own flight department on call, without making a long-term commitment.”

After placing a refundable deposit, Centerline customers enjoy no positioning fees, a flexible cabin class and point-to-point pricing.

Priester recently entered five new aircraft into charter service from its managed fleet to deliver high-quality, responsive services in key markets. Its charter fleet includes a variety of aircraft sizes to meet the mission. From light to heavy jets with long range and capabilities, each class offers well-maintained, expertly crewed aircraft that fits customer needs.

Having an expanded charter fleet has allowed Priester to reintroduce its Centerline programme at a time when competitors are reducing their offerings, choosing to exclude this loyal sector of the market. Centerline is an easy-to-reload solution that comes with transparent accounting and a dedicated account representative to manage their purchased time.

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