P1JETS SPONSORED EVENT – SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL
The Sundance Film Festival, annually held around Salt Lake City, Park City and Ogden, Utah, and is the largest independent film festival in the United States. This years’ event took place on January 21-31th 2016, and Priority One Jets was a proud sponsor of one of the films at the festival.
This satire-oriented film from director Bernardo Britto is deceptively deep. Wayne plays a flailing experimental filmmaker, who is contacted by a former French intelligence agent named Jacqueline (Rutherford).
P1JETS ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH NYRA
SARATOGA, NY (August 4, 2015) – The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) today announced details of a new partnership with Priority One Jets, the leading provider of private jet charters, for the 2015 and 2016 seasons at Saratoga Race Course.
Priority One Jets will serve as the entitlement sponsor of the Grade 1, $700,000 Priority One Forego, one of seven graded stakes to be run on a supercharged Travers Day card on Saturday, August 29. The partnership will continue for the 2016 running of the Forego.
Additionally, Priority One Jets is the preferred private jet service provider of the 2015 and 2016 Travers.
PRIORITY ONE JETS IS A PROUD SPONSOR OF THE FASIG-TIPTON SELECTED SARATOGA YEARLING SALE
SARATOGA, NY (August 3, 2014) – Fasig-Tipton’s Saratoga sale of selected yearlings is one of the premier horse auctions in the world and this year, Priority One Jets is one of the proud sponsors.
It has roots that stretch back to 1917 when Fasig-Tipton formed an alliance with some of the top Kentucky breeders to sell their yearlings during the race meet in upstate New York. The great Man o’ War sold as a yearling at the 1918 Saratoga sale.
The Saratoga sale has produced numerous household names for international horsemen, such as Raise a Native, Natalma, Hoist the Flag, Danzig, Miswaki, Conquistador Cielo, and two-time champion filly Open Mind.
JET CHARTER INDUSTRY LEADER PRIORITY ONE JETS ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF NEW CEO
NEW YORK CITY, NY (November 8, 2013) – Today Priority One Jets, a leader in business aviation and throughout the private jet charter industry, announced the appointment of its new CEO, Mr. Peter Minikes.
“Peter will be an invaluable asset to the company, and we are confident that his efforts will propel Priority One Jets to the next level of success,” said Adam Petruccione, President of Marketing. “His business acumen and extensive knowledge base will serve the future goals of the company quite well.”
Peter will focus on the company’s growth through both traditional referral based organic methods, as well as strategic acquisitions. Additionally, Peter will continue to foster the outstanding client relationships that are the backbone of the company, while also enhancing the brand name of Priority One Jets as an industry leader.
GULFSTREAM G650 – PRIVATE JET CHARTER
NEW YORK CITY, NY (June 8th, 2013) – Early yesterday morning at a private airfield outside Dallas, Texas, Gulfstream’s highly anticipated G650 took off on the world’s first ever charter flight for the brand new business jet. The amazing G650 is the fastest jet in the world (beating out the Citation X by 3mph at 704 mph) and is capable of non-stop flights from New York to Hong Kong. Priority One Jets, a New York based full-service private aviation company, was the first to broker the plane for a weekend retreat for one of their clients.
As of the start of 2013 Gulfstream had only delivered six of the company’s new flagship aircraft, limiting access to the plane to only the most select audience. “We are constantly looking for the most outstanding aircraft in the world to match with our clients’ ever increasing expectations. When the G650 became available for charter, we knew we had to put it to use on one of our client flights immediately,” said Adam Petruccione, Board President of Priority One Jets.
PRIORITY ONE JETS ANNOUNCES OPENING OF NEW LOS ANGELES OFFICE
NEW YORK CITY, NY (February 4, 2013) – Priority One Jets, Inc., a nationwide leader in private aviation services, today announced the recent opening of their newest office location, in Los Angeles, California. The new L.A. office will provide a base of operations for the company that directly complements their current headquarters located in New York City.
“We’ve been blessed as a company to have experienced tremendous growth over the past year; driven by the ongoing support from our deeply-valued Priority One Jets clients and an increasing number of referrals from their friends, family and colleagues to us,” said Alex Volis, Head of Priority One Jets’ Los Angeles office. “The growing level of support from our clients has been the foundation for our continued efforts, as we build our relationships with them as well as our many aircraft owners and operators.”
HURRICANE SANDY & WINTER STORM PRIVATE JET FLIGHTS
NEW YORK CITY, NY (November 13th, 2012) – We’ve all seen the news; photos of flooded streets, crowded airports, hanging cranes, and utter chaos across the east coast. Hurricane Sandy was the largest storm to hit the northeast in a lifetime.
As a result of Sandy, the power in many suburbs of New York still remains out over one week after Sandy’s decapitation. More relevant to our business, over 18,000 commercial flights were cancelled because of Sandy. All of the New York area airports were shut down. Furthermore, Teterboro, the main private jet airport for New York City, as well as LaGuardia, were both flooded, trapping aircraft on tarmacs and in hangars for days.
PRIORITY ONE JETS ACHIEVES 331% GROWTH IN THE FIRST HALF OF 2012
New York, August 22, 2012—PRIORITY ONE JETS, Inc., a leader in private jet travel and business aviation, today was pleased to announce that it achieved a 331% year-over-year growth rate in client bookings during 2012 compared to this date last year. This has come during a period when the private aviation industry has actually contracted 4% according the Federal Aviation Administration.
Our clients are continually looking for the best business investments they can make, and these incredible numbers bear witness to the value they see with Priority One Jets,” said Adam Petruccione, President of Priority One Jets. “They understand that the ultimate convenience, superior quality and superb service they receive from Priority One Jets make them more productive and successful in what they ultimately need to accomplish.
SWAZILAND: PRIVATE FIRM GAVE KING HIS JET
The Swaziland Government’s claim that King Mswati III’s newly-arrived jet was given to him by ‘development partners’ may be wide of the mark.
Instead, news is emerging that the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 twin-engine jet was donated by Salgaocar, an Indian-based private company that has recently acquired mining rights in Swaziland after going into partnership with the King.
MILITARY JETS SAFELY ESCORT NYC, DETROIT FLIGHTS
(AP) NEW YORK — Fighter jets were scrambled to escort two commercial flights into New York City and Detroit “out of an abundance of caution” after crews reported suspicious activity on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, officials said.
The bathroom use by some passengers aroused the suspicion Sunday, but all were released after being questioned by authorities on the ground.
On an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles, three passengers who made repeated trips to the bathroom were cleared after the plane safely landed at New York’s Kennedy Airport.
FOX NEWS TELLS ‘CORPORATE JET OWNERS ARE THE REAL VICTIMS’ SIDE OF STORY
During the President’s anger bear speech yesterday when he yelled at Congress to fix the stupid debt ceiling already, Obama proposed ending tax breaks for corporate jet owners as a means of raising revenue instead of cutting from programs that make sure children do not starve. Automatically, this means that Fox News must do a story on the plight of victimized corporate jet owners, who are just the latest group of voiceless Americans thrown under the bus by giant ogre Nobama. Who really needs those $3 billion a year more than those corporate jet owners, those people who are singlehandedly keeping the economic recovery afloat with their tax break from 2008?
OBAMA AND PRIVATE JET TAX SUBSIDIES
Kansas isn’t taking President Barack Obama’s comments about ending tax subsidies for private aircraft purchased by corporations lightly says Roxana Hegeman of Businessweek.
When President Obama recently targeted “egregious loopholes that are benefiting corporate jet owners or oil companies at a time where they’re making billions of dollars in profits” during debt ceiling talks, Kansas governor Sam Brownback pointed out that at least 30,000 people in the state are employed by the aviation industry, and more than 40 percent of general aviation aircraft around the world is built in Kansas.
BALLIN’! RAPPER SOULJA BOY DISHES OUT $55 MILLION FOR PRIVATE JET
Hip-Hop artist Soulja Boy reportedly purchased a $55 million private plane for his 21st birthday.
The aircraft purportedly costs $35 million, but the rapper paid an additional $20 million in improvements including custom Italian leather seats, flat-screen TVs, four liquor bars, a special travertine tiled floor and Brazilian hardwood cabinets.
NUMBER OF CHARTERED FLIGHTS SOARS IN INDIA
MUMBAI: The soaring number of chartered planes and private jets are now jostling with commercial flights for the attention of aviation experts and airport operators.
The aviation industry has been on its toes with the ever-rising number of commercial flights and the burgeoning passenger traffic. Now, the officials also have to deal with the rising general aviation (GA) flights, which refer to all flights other than military and scheduled operations.
CNN: FIVE SPECTACULAR OVERWATER HUT RESORTS
By A. Pawlowski
(CNN) — The room service arrived in a canoe and exotic fish frolicked just beneath the floor when Gary Leff spent his honeymoon in Bora Bora.
Life is good when you’re in one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and even better when you’re staying in an overwater bungalow — that iconic, stilted, thatch-roofed symbol of a tropical paradise.
“It’s unique because there’s a million beachfront resorts in the world … but it’s much less common to have your room actually be [over] the water,” Leff said.
GULFSTREAM SENDS FOUR AIRCRAFT TO EBACE
Gulfstream are sending four executive jets to display at next week’s EBACE show in Geneva between 17 to 19 May 2011. The company will showcase the G550, G450, G200 and G150 models in the static display.
The company will also have a booth in the exhibition hall where it will be showing models of the G650 and G250 aircraft.
Several members of the company’s senior leadership team will be on hand for the three-day show, including Joe Lombardo, president, Gulfstream; Mark Burns, president, Product Support; Larry Flynn, senior vice president, Marketing and Sales; Pres Henne, senior vice president, Programs, Engineering and Test; Buddy Sams, senior vice president, Government Programs and Sales, and Dennis Stuligross, senior vice president, Operations.