Priester Aviation

  • Priester Aviations fleet of aircrafts
  • Preister Aviations services and programs structured for their clients

Priester Aviation was founded by George Priester in 1945 as a flight training school that eventually evolved into the multi-disciplinary aviation service company that it is today. Priester’s goal is to provide executives and other discerning travelers with premium aviation services, tailored to fit the individual needs of each client. Priesters services include executive jet charter, aircraft management and aviation consulting as well as having aircrafts strategically positioned across the globe, providing maximum flexibility and value. Priesters fleet consists of a Phenom 300, Citation XLS, Challenger 604, Hawker 4000, Hawker 800XP, Citation Excel, Citation Soverign, Gulfstream IV, Global 5000, G650, and Challenger 300 aircrafts, giving you variety for every trip. 

Priester Aviation offers multiple programs that are structured to meet your individual needs and can be tailored to maximize your return. Owning and operating an aircraft is complex and managing the details can be daunting to a non-aviation professional. Our management solutions can be customized for any level of ownership — from first-time aircraft owners to seasoned flight departments. Priester has earned the highest safety standard rating and continues to improve their Safety & Quality Management System. By joining the Priester family, you will enjoy the benefits of substantial discounts derived from economies of scale. Priester continually negotiates competitive rates on behalf of the aircraft owner.


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