Premier Private Jets

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Premier Private Jets is an American air charter company in Stuart, Florida. It was established in 2013 and incorporated in Florida.[1] The company charters more than 1,000 light, medium, and heavy-size aircraft, and provides round-trip and point-to-point travel through a network of Wyvern and Argus rated owners and operators.[2]

The company voluntarily applied to the ARG/US safety organization for a safety rating, and has incorporated safety management systems (SMS) companywide.[3] Current safety ratings include ARG/US GOLD.[4]

Premier Private Jets is a member of the Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF), a non-profit organization that aims to promote safety in personal and business aviation through risk management programs.[5]

In 2018 the company was ranked #2262 in Inc. magazine's 2018 "Inc. 5000" list, with estimates showing annual revenues of $6.3 Million and employing a staff of approximately 20. The organization saw growth of 195% in three years.[6]

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