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Thu, Mar 08, 2012

Priester Aviation Adds Gulfstream G550 Private Jet Charter Fleet

Other Acquisitions Include Citation CJ4 And Pilatus PC-12 NG

Aircraft management and private jet charter company Priester Aviation, LLC has added three new aircraft to its private jet charter fleet. The new aircraft includes the renowned Gulfstream G550, Citation CJ4 and Pilatus PC-12 NG, which will be supported by Priester’s aircraft management and charter program.

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The 16 passenger Gulfstream G550 will join the fleet as Priester’s 16th large cabin aircraft available for worldwide charter. The ultra-long range charter jet is uniquely outfitted with a crew rest area enabling the aircraft to reach nearly any destination non-stop from its Northeast base in Connecticut (KBDL). Passengers will find their trip enhanced by the in-flight entertainment system, Airshow flight monitoring displays, satellite phone, iPod connectivity and Wi-Fi internet access. The large cabin offers three distinct living areas that can be configured into two private areas and comfortably sleep six passengers.

In addition to the G550, Priester has added two Oklahoma City, OK (KPWA) based aircraft which include a Citation CJ4 and Pilatus PC-12 NG. Both aircraft will expand Priester’s presence in Oklahoma and provide additional choices to the aircraft currently based in the Southwest region. The Citation CJ4 can accommodate seven passengers with similar capabilities of a midsize aircraft at the efficiency of a light jet. The Pilatus PC-12 NG turbo-prop is known for its versatility while still offering cabin amenities and exceptional quality often found in jets.

“Priester is focused on providing aircraft that are best suited to our clients needs,” said Andy Priester, President and COO, Priester Aviation. “Our clients are interested in newer aircraft that maximize the productivity of their specific travel profile while flying on the safest aircraft, which we believe these new additions demonstrate.”

FMI: www.priesterav.com

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