Portsmouth, NH, December 06, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- PlaneSense (www.planesense.com) the fractional aircraft ownership company that manages the largest fleet of Pilatus PC-12 turboprop airplanes in the world is pleased to announce that their former Chief Pilot, Jerry Johnson, has been presented with the Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award. The award recognizes efforts of pilots who have spent more than 50 consecutive years piloting aircraft while following the awareness and precaution of safe operations.
Johnson began his flying career in Vietnam piloting A-4 air attack aircraft for the Marine Corp. He flew a second tour in Viet Nam, flying O-1 Bird Dogs. After his military service, Johnson flew with Northwest Airlines and retired after 34 years as a 747 pilot. From there he became Chief Pilot for Alpha Flying which was later renamed PlaneSense fractional aircraft ownership company. He retired after piloting aircraft for a company in Africa.
“PlaneSense was very fortunate Jerry joined our team, as he instilled a correct ethic of good work and safe flying,” PlaneSense, Inc.’s President and CEO, George Antoniadis. said. “We are very pleased Jerry has received this award and are also honored to have had him as a former Chief Pilot.”
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About PlaneSense fractional aircraft ownership
PlaneSense, Inc. is a fractional aircraft ownership program based in Portsmouth, NH, that has been in operation since 1996. The PlaneSense program offers optimal access to many airports, and fractional owner flexibility that suits any flying profile. The program embodies the sophistication and elegance of private aviation with compelling value through competitive pricing, exceptional service, and luxurious, verstaile aircraft. The fleet currently has more than 30 Pilatus PC-12 aircraft. For more information about PlaneSense fractional aircraft ownership program, visit http://www.planesense.com