Privion Jets started out in 1996 originally known as Santa Barbara Executive Jet. In 2014 we decided to change our corporate identity to better convey our passion for what we do: Private Aviation. We are the antithesis of big-box charter management companies. Our business model emphasizes a boutique operation that enables us to focus on our very important clientele. We specialize in exceptional personal service while keeping our focal point about quality and safe operations. The blueprint of the Privion Jets team is integrity, experience, great attitude, and talent. Adopting this ethos ensures all of all our clients receive the exquisite service they deserve. This is what shapes our corporate culture.

“Bryan Wullner and his team at Privion Jets are the Bacara of aircraft management companies.”
-Alex F., Wavepilot LLC

Meet Our Management Team

Bryan Wullner


Bryan Wullner

Bryan began his aviation career with Martin Aviation in 1994 while training for his pilot’s license. In 2000 he joined Santa Barbara Executive Jet as a scheduler and quickly advanced into the role of charter sales and eventually becoming the VP of Charter Operations. In late 2013, with 20 years of aviation experience behind him, he purchased the company and has helped shape what is now Privion Jets. Bryan is responsible for providing leadership and influencing key decisions at Privion Jets in all stages of operations. Aiming to take Privion Jets to a new level, his focus is building on it’s great reputation as a quality aircraft management and charter provider by creating a boutique operation with a select clientele.

Ken Hale

Director of Operations

Ken Hale

Ken brings 47 years of aviation experience to the Privion Jets team. His experience began with the Los Angeles Police Department, where he worked as the Director of Operations and pilot for over 32 years.  He took that knowledge with him and became the Director of Operations at Spirit Aviation where he hired and trained hundreds of pilots for Part 135 operations. He has held top level positions including the director of safety, chief pilot, and director of training positions for Part 135 operators. Through these positions he gained an extensive knowledge of the FAR’s and FAA requirements. Ken is a Learjet45 check pilot and ATP rated with instructor ratings for rotor wing, single and multi-engine instrument. With his background, Ken is well equipped to ensure Privion Jet’s operations and safety far exceed industry standards.


Chief Pilot

Privion Jets is currently accepting resumes for Chief Pilot position.

KC Kenzel

Director of Maintenance


As Director of Maintenance, KC oversees all aircraft maintenance tracking, servicing, documentation, record keeping, and airworthiness at Privion Jets. He has more than 41 years of experience in corporate aircraft maintenance and inspection authorization, with extensive knowledge in the Bombardier and Learjet aircraft. He has worked with numerous aircraft operators building a proven reputation for providing top quality aircraft maintenance data tracking and servicing. KC has an exceptionally well established track record in the aviation community and possesses a high level of integrity and qualities a successful organization like Privion Jets requires.

Makenzie Glover

SMS Coordinator
Director In-flight Services

Makenzie Glover

Makenzie is responsible for the Safety Management System (SMS) and day-to-day flight logistics at Privion Jets. She graduated Chapman University in Orange, CA with a B.A. in Organizational Leadership. Her aviation experience began as a cabin attendant on Challenger 604, G450, and G550 series aircraft.  As the SMS Coordinator, she is responsible for continuous monitoring and improvement of safe operations, safety training, investigating incidents, and recommendations to improve the safety of Privion Jet’s operations. As Director of In-flight Services, Makenzie monitors and coordinates the trip logistics for the passengers, flight crew, and professional cabin service staff to create an in-flight experience tailored to each passenger’s individual tastes and preferences.

Private Aviation: It’s in our name and our DNA.