Premier Jet Training
Premier Jet Training is an aviation company specializing in advanced aircraft training for Cessna Citation corporate aircraft type ratings or citation type rating. Premier Jet Training tailors to the owners of jet aircraft who desire personalized training that can be completed in a short time span and on a tailor-made schedule, or professional pilots with previous jet experience who would like to add another type rating to their pilot license.
Each client can take advantage of the personalized approach to finish any citation type rating training in a couple of days at Premier’s corporate base in Florida, or at their location and use their own aircraft or use one of Premier’s aircraft.
PIC / SIC initial, upgrade, and recurrent training for citation type rating:
Stuart Florida is located on Florida’s East Coast, which borders the St. Lucie River and West of the Indian River. The climate is pleasant with mild winters and warm summers. The annual average temperature is 72°. Annual rainfall averages 70.44 inches. Stuart is famed for Sail fishing and all other types of sport fishing.
You can enjoy Ocean fishing, river and bay fishing, fresh water fishing. The North and South forks of the St. Lucie River are tropical wonderlands for cruises.
Stuart has quaint older neighborhoods in the downtown area. There is a mixture of town homes and condominiums. Stuart’s successful revitalization program has made the Downtown area a pleasant ambiance, lined with shops and restaurants.
Stuart was first settled in 1870. Incorporated 1914. Chartered 1925. Known as the County seat, Stuart was originally named Potsdam from 1893 to 1896 and was named by Otto Stypman one of the earliest settlers of Stuart (History of Martin County, by Janet Hutchinson) Otto Stypman and his brother, Ernest, came here in 1892 and were originally from Potsdam, Germany. The Stypman brothers originally owned what is now known as “Downtown Stuart”, and were large landowners.
They started their fortunes here in pineapple farming. The name was changed to Stuart after the FEC railroad was established and was named after Homer Hine Stuart, Jr., another early settler. (more info on how Stuart was named)