Precision Aviation Inc.
Mark Doerr founded Precision Aviation in February 2002 with the intent to create a high-quality aircraft
charter and aviation services business.
As a commercial pilot for over 30 years and holding a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation, Mark has
experience in corporate flight departments for Fortune 500 companies in addition to 15 years of airline
experience. He has an Airline Transport Rating with over 18,000 hours and has flown as Captain on the
Boeing 727, 737, Falcon 50, Citation V and numerous Turbo-Props throughout the United States,
Canada, Mexico and Europe. Throughout his tenure in the aviation business, he has held the Flight
Operations Management positions of Director of Operations, Chief Pilot, Instructor and Check Airman.
He has been a flight Instructor for 30 years and has instructed on a range of aircraft from single engine
trainers to the Boeing 737. He has also been a Designated Pilot Examiner for the Federal Aviation
Administration with authority to examine applicants for Private Pilot through Airline Transport Pilots.
In 2008, Precision Aviation entered the aircraft maintenance business. The shop was opened initially to
handle the maintenance needs of our own aircraft, but local demand created an incentive to open for
general maintenance services. We have grown over the past 8 years and are now offer maintenance
services for piston, turbo-prop and jet aircraft. Our factory trained mechanics have over 60 years of
combined experience working on everything from general aviation aircraft to large commercial air
In 2011 Precision Aviation, reacting to local demand, started a flight training program. We now operate
several training aircraft and provide flight training for Private Pilot, Instrument Rating, Commercial
License, Flight Instructor and Instrument Flight Instructor License. We also teach ground school in
association with the College of Southern Idaho during each fall semester.
Precision Aviation currently operates 6 aircraft in its charter and aircraft management operations. All
Precision Aviation aircraft are flown and maintained in accordance with the Federal Aviation
Regulations, Part 135. These are the same stringent standards by which all airlines must operate their