National aircraft management, maintenance and charter service provider Mayo Aviation has announced an expansion of its managed aircraft fleet in the first half of 2023. Following the addition of a Gulfstream G500 to its managed aircraft fleet late last year, Mayo Aviation, part of the Priester Aviation family of companies, welcomed four new aircraft to the company’s expanding portfolio: a Cessna Citation Sovereign (based at Centennial Airport), a HondaJet HA420 (based at Centennial Airport), an Embraer Phenom 300 (based at Opa Locka Airport), and a Beechcraft Premier 1A (based at Chicago Rockford International Airport).
“We’re pleased to be able to deliver exceptional and customized management solutions to these aircraft owners,” said Mayo Aviation President Brent Moldowan. “They will enjoy the benefits of a large network of resources, while maintaining the family-led, relationship-driven attention of a private flight department.”
Mayo Aviation provides owners with tailored aircraft management services to facilitate administration, financial services, crewing and dispatch and maintenance coordination of the aircraft to ensure seamless flight operations. And in addition to expert management by Mayo Aviation, some of these aircraft will also be available for charter, offering customers additional alternatives to serve the needs of their next mission.
“Owners have increasingly turned toward Mayo Aviation to manage their aircraft and handle every detail, which offers them the ability to maximize their aircraft’s use and enjoyment and protect their investment,” Moldowan said. “Mayo Aviation has delivered on this commitment to its customers since 1978.”
In 2022, Mayo Aviation joined the Priester Aviation family of companies to combine resources and maximize service offerings for its customers. Together, they operate a fleet of over 80 aircraft throughout the world and provide more than 120 years of combined experience. Adding a managed aircraft to the Mayo Aviation charter fleet also helps owners to offset operating expenses and generate revenue during times when the aircraft would otherwise sit idle.