Locations

New York City

New York City, known as the city that never sleeps, exerts a significant impact upon commerce, finance, media, art, fashion, research, technology, education, and entertainment. Home to the headquarters of the United Nations, New York is an important center for international diplomacy and has been described as the cultural and financial capital of the world.  Times Square, known as The Crossroads of the World, is the hub of the Broadway Theater District, one of the world’s busiest pedestrian intersections, and a major center of the world’s entertainment industry.  The names of many of the city’s bridges, skyscrapers, and parks are known around the world.  Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, there is always something to do in one of America’s greatest cities.

Airports serving this area:

Teterboro Airport: (TEB)

Teterboro Airport is one of the busiest non-commercial airports in the world. Teterboro airport serves most travelers that are based in Manhattan or busy executives flying into New York City for meetings.  The airport is very convenient for business travelers, being only twelve miles from midtown Manhattan. Corporate Jet Charters also offers helicopter service into Manhattan from Teterboro and all New York area airports as well. This airport features two runways with the longest being seven thousand feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Atlantic Aviation
  • Jet Aviation
  • Landmark Aviation
  • Meridian Teterboro
  • Signature Flight Support East
  • Signature Flight Support West

Aircraft Fleet Available:

Agusta Westland AW139Beechjet 400A

Bell 206

Bell 407

Challenger 300

Challenger 601

Challenger 604

Challenger 605

Citation CJ1+

Citation CJ2

Citation CJ3

Citation II

Citation VII

Citation X

Citation XLS

Citation Bravo

Citation Excel

Citation Mustang

Citation Sovereign

Dornier Jet 328

Falcon 10

Falcon 50

Falcon 900B

Falcon 900EX

Falcon 900LX

Falcon 2000

Falcon 2000EX EASyGlobal Express

Global 5000

Gulfstream G100

Gulfstream G200

Gulfstream G400

Gulfstream G550

Gulfstream G650

Gulfstream III

Gulfstream IV

Gulfstream IV SP

Gulfstream V

Hawker 800

Hawker 800SP

Hawker 800XP

Hawker 850XP

Hawker 1000

King Air 200

King Air 300

Learjet 35

Learjet 45

Learjet 55

Learjet 60

Piaggio Avanti II

Pilatus PC-12

Sikorsky S76

Westchester County Airport: (HPN)

Westchester County Airport, also known as White Plains Airport, serves the New York metro area and is one of the most convenient airports to fly in and out of in the region. Located near the border of New York State and Connecticut, Westchester County Airport hosts commercial flights as well as corporate charter flights. Travelers will find that White Plains Airport is easy to get to, easy to park at, and easy to leave. About 30 miles north of downtown Manhattan, many people prefer this airport even though it is farther away from the city for the relaxed atmosphere and ease of travel. This airport features two runways with the longest over six thousand, five hundred feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Landmark Aviation East
  • Landmark Aviation West
  • Million Air
  • Signature Flight Support East
  • Signature Flight Support West

Aircraft Fleet Available:

Beechjet 400Beechcraft Baron 58

Bell 206

Bell 407

Boeing BBJ

Challenger 300

Challenger 601

Challenger 604

Cirrus SR22

Citation CJ3

Citation Sovereign

Eclipse 500

Eurocopter AS 350

Falcon 10

Falcon 50

Falcon 900B

Falcon 900EX

Falcon 2000LX

Falcon 2000EXGlobal 5000

Gulfstream G150

Gulfstream G450

Gulfstream G550

Gulfstream IV

Gulfstream V

Hawker 800XP

IAI Astra

King Air 90

King Air 200

Learjet 60XR

MD600

Phenom 100

Pilatus PC-12

Piper Meridian

Robinson R44

Schweizer 300

Farmingdale Airport: (FRG)Farmingdale Airport, also known as Republic Airport, is focused on private jet charters, corporate aircraft, and regional commuter flights. There is no commercial service at this airport. Owned by the state and designed as a reliever airport, Farmingdale has two terminals and two runways, usually serving flights to nearby destinations such as Atlantic City or Boston. This  airport features two runways with the longest being just over six thousand eight hundred feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Atlantic Aviation
  • Sheltair

Aircraft Fleet Available:

Beechcraft Baron 58Beechjet 400A

Bell 206

Cessna 208

Cessna 421

Challenger 300

Challenger 604

Cirrus SR22

Citation M2

Eurocopter AS350

Falcon 10

Global 5000

Gulfstream G450

Gulfstream G550

Gulfstream G650

Gulfstream III

Gulfstream IV

Gulfstream IV SPGulfstream V

Hawker 800XP

Hawker 900XP

Hawker 4000

King Air 90

King Air 200

King Air 300

Learjet 24

Learjet 25

Learjet 35A

Learjet 55

Learjet 60

Legacy 600

Merlin III

Sikorsky S76

Morristown Municipal Airport: (MMU)

Morristown Municipal Airport is located in Morris County, New Jersey three miles east of downtown Morristown. The airport is located approximately one hour outside of New York City and offers easy access. Morristown Municipal focuses on corporate aviation and charter services. Their is no airline that operates out of this airport. The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems has labeled it as a general aviation reliever airport. This airport has two runways with the longest being five thousand nine hundred and ninety eight feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • FTC FBO
  • Signature Flight Support

Aircraft Fleet Available:

  • Beechjet 400A
  • Falcon 50
  • Falcon 900B
  • Falcon 2000
  • Gulfstream IVSP
  • Gulfstream V
  • Hawker 400XP
  • Hawker 800
  • King Air 90
  • Sikorsky S76
Long Island MacArthur Airport: (ISP)Long Island MacArthur Airport is a public airport on Long Island, Town of Islip, New York. Located between Montauk Point sixty seven miles to the east and Manhattan forty four miles to the west, it serves as a great option for travelers who want an alternative to the congestion at JFK and LaGuardia airports. Being situated in the middle of Long Island, the airport is very popular with charter clients as it allows easy access throughout the area. Long Island MacArthur Airport, which does not share the congested air space of the city-centric airports has an exceptional record of on-time performance, which is extremely beneficial to charter clients that might be on a tight schedule. This airport features four runways with the longest being just over seven thousand feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Hawthorne Global Aviation Services
  • New York Jet
  • Sheltair

Aircraft Fleet Available:

Beechjet 400ACessna 182

Challenger 601

Challenger 605

Citation V

Citation VII

Citation Excel

Citation Sovereign

Falcon 900B

Global Express

Global Express XRS

Gulfstream G450

Gulfstream GIV SPGulfstream V

Hawker 800

Hawker 800XP

Hawker 4000

King Air 90

King Air 350

Learjet 35A

Learjet 60

Legacy 600

Piaggio Avanti II

Essex County Airport: (CDW)Essex County Airport, also known as Caldwell Airport, is a public use airport located two nautical miles north of the central business district of Caldwell, New Jersey. The airport is located 20 miles west of New York City and 10 miles west of Teterboro Airport which allows charter clients who are looking for a more relaxed atmosphere to enjoy less congestion. Essex County airport is easily accessible by the many local highways. It is designated as a reliever airport for the New York/New Jersey region by the Federal Aviation Administration and sees mostly general aviation and private jet charters. This airport features two runways with the longest being four thousand five hundred and fifty two feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Air Bound Aviation

Aircraft Fleet Available:

  • King Air 200
  • Pilatus PC-12
Locations

Raleigh

The Region around Raleigh-Durham International includes two major cities in the state of North Carolina. Raleigh and Durham both have a wide variety of entertainment and fine dining experiences. Between the two cities there are three major Universities in the area. Duke University, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University; all located within the cities and are within very close proximity to the airport. Raleigh has a professional Hockey team, and Durham has a minor league baseball team. Raleigh and Durham both share multiple indoor and outdoor performing arts centers, concert halls, and theaters. Both cities have festivals and events held throughout each year and the shopping is fantastic, with several outdoor and indoor shopping centers and malls. The dining experiences in the cities range from small bars, all the way to five star establishments.

Airports serving this area:

Raleigh-Durham International: (RDU)

Raleigh–Durham International Airport is a public use airport located 4.5 miles northeast of the town of Morrisville, North Carolina. The airport is located just outside of Raleigh, North Carolina’s capitol, and offers easy access to the city for both business and pleasure. The airport is Centrally located on the East Coast and can make an excellent choice for fuel stops or a great overnight destination as well. This airport features three runways with the longest being ten thousand feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Landmark Aviation
  • TacAir

Aircraft Fleet Available:

  • Beechcraft Baron 58
  • Beechjet 400
  • Cessna 210
  • Cessna 337
  • Cirrus SR22
  • Citation II
  • Citation V
  • Citation VI
  • King Air 200
  • Learjet 35A
  • Premier 1
  • Robinson R66

Everett

Everett is the county seat of  Snohomish County, Washington, and it lies 25 miles north of Seattle.  The city is known for the production of Boeing airliners and nearby is the largest building in the world, used by Boeing for commercial jet aviation production.  Surrounded by nearly 50 miles of freshwater and saltwater shores, Everett is exploding in the arts scene with top-notch galleries and a state-of-the-art glass blowing studio.  The city also allows for easy access to Seattle for business while maintaining the outdoor charm that Washington state is known for.

Airports serving this area:

Paine Field: (PAE)Paine Field, also known as Snohomish County Airport is a public airport located near Everett, Washington.  The Airport is home to the Boeing manufacturing plant for 747, 767, 777, and 787 aircraft, and has become a major tourist destination with the opening of the new Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour, the Flying Heritage Collection and the Historic Flight Foundation.  This airport is a popular alternative to Boeing Field in Seattle, and allows business travelers to access the area much easier. This airport features three runways with the longest being nine thousand and ten feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Castle and Cooke
  • Regal Air

Seattle

Seattle is a coastal seaport city and is the largest city in both the State of Washington and the Pacific Northwest region of North America. Downtown Seattle offers a unique fusion of outdoor and urban life. The city is surrounded by beautiful lakes and Mt. Rainier as a spectacular backdrop. Travelers have access to Tillicum Village, Argosy Cruises and many other spectacular attractions. Seattle’s Pike Place Market is a must see for any tourist. The market is home to a host of businesses including bakeries, specialty food stores, collectibles, jewelry, art and much more.

Airports serving this area:

Seattle Boeing Field: (BFI)

Seattle Boeing Field, also known as King County International, is the typical choice for busy jet charter travelers due to its proximity to the business district of downtown Seattle. The airport serves small commercial passenger airlines, cargo carriers, private aircraft owners, helicopters, corporate jets, military, and other aircraft. It is also home to the Boeing Company’s 737 aircraft flight-test program, along with other Boeing operations. The Museum of Flight is also located there, with its wide variety of aircraft and exhibits showcasing aviation history. Boeing Field has two runways with the longest being ten thousand feet.

Seattle is a coastal seaport city and is the largest city in both the State of Washington and the Pacific Northwest region of North America. Downtown Seattle offers a unique fusion of outdoor and urban life. The city is surrounded by beautiful lakes and Mt. Rainier as a spectacular backdrop. Travelers have access to Tillicum Village, Argosy Cruises and many other spectacular attractions. Seattle’s Pike Place Market is a must see for any tourist. The market is home to a host of businesses including bakeries, specialty food stores, collectibles, jewelry, art and much more.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Aeroflight Executive Services
  • Clay Lacy Aviation
  • Landmark Aviation

Aircraft Fleet Available:

Beechcraft 99

Beechcraft 1900

Cessna 208

Cessna 340

Citation II

Citation VII

Citation Excel

Challenger 300

Challenger 605

De Havilland DHC-2

De Havilland DHC-3

Falcon 50

Falcon 900EXFalcon 2000

Global Express

Global Express XRS

Hawker 900XP

Learjet 35

Learjet 55

Learjet 60

Metro SW-227

Piper Chieftain

Piper Meridian

Piper Mirage

Robinson R44

Lancaster

Lancaster is a city located in South Central Pennsylvania which serves as the seat of Pennsylvania’s Lancaster County and one of the older inland towns in the United States.  There are two distinct sides to Lancaster. On one side, there is the expected beautiful farmlands, family-style feasts, and the Amish culture. On the other side, the city life with exquisite cuisine and contemporary art.  The city’s primary industries include healthcare, tourism, public administration, manufacturing, both professional and semi-professional services, and home of the Park City Center shopping mall, the largest indoor retail facility in the region.  The city is also known for its innovative adoption of advanced technology and hosts more electronic public CCTV outdoor cameras per capita than any other US city.

Airports serving this area:

Lancaster Airport: (LNS)

Lancaster Airport is a public use airport located four nautical miles north of the central business district of Lancaster,  Pennsylvania. The airport is the fourth busiest airport in Pennsylvania and it serves charter clients in the central region of the state.  Known for its service and location, this airport is popular with both business and pleasure travelers. This airport features a single six thousand nine hundred and thirty three foot runway.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • LNS Alliance Aviation

Aircraft Fleet Available:

  • Learjet 31A
  • Piper Aerostar
  • Piper Aztec
  • Piper Chieftain

Philadelphia

Philadelphia is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the fifth-most-populous city in the United States.  Philadelphia offers a very wide variety of entertainment and fine dining options. The city offers multiple historical attractions such as the Liberty Bell, the Benjamin Franklin museum and many, many more. It also has quite the night life with multiple bars and fine dining experiences. The city has four professional sports teams and multiple areas to shop. Philadelphia has several golf courses nearby, and multiple parks including the Philadelphia Zoo.

Airports serving this area:

Northeast Philadelphia Airport: (PNE)Northeast Philadelphia Airport is located just north of Philadelphia. The airport offers access to the city without the congestion of the International airport. This airport features two runways with the longest being seven thousand feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Atlantic Aviation
  • North Philadelphia Jet Center

Aircraft Fleet Available:

  • Citation CJ3
  • Citation III
  • Citation V
  • Citation VII
  • Piper Cheyenne 400

Fort Worth

The Dallas Fort Worth region is the number one tourist destination in Texas with more than 5.5 million visitors each year. As the 16th-largest city in the US, Fort Worth embraces and celebrates its western heritage without being entirely defined by it. Fort Worth’s premier museums and art, comfortable downtown, diverse dining options and major sports events offer numerous itineraries for every taste and budget. For a weekend, a business meeting, sporting events or a family reunion, Fort Worth offers experiences for everyone.

Airports serving this area:

Meacham International Airport: (FTW)Meacham International Airport places corporate business and general aviation travelers right in the heart of North Texas in the City of Fort Worth. The airport is North Texas’s premier general aviation facility just five miles from historic downtown Fort Worth.  The airport is attractive to business travelers due to the high-quality facilities and ease of operation in and out of the airport. This airport features three runways with the longest being seven thousand five hundred feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • American Aero
  • Cornerstone Air Center
  • Texas Jet

Aircraft Fleet Available:

Beechcraft Baron 58Beechjet 400A

Challenger 300

Citation II

Citation III

Citation Ultra

Embraer ERJ-135

Falcon 7X

Falcon 50EX

Falcon 2000Gulfstream IV

Gulfstream V

Hawker 800XP

King Air 90

King Air 200

Piper Seneca

Robinson R44

San Antonio

San Antonio is the second largest city in Texas and the seventh largest in the US. The city is continuing to grow rapidly due to the pleasant general climate and friendly business atmosphere. The city is also home to a large military presence with multiple bases located nearby. San Antonio is home to five Fortune 500 companies, so it comes as no surprise that the city often finds itself as an important stop on the busy executive’s travel itinerary. From the Missions to the Hill Country, San Antonio offers so many things for visitors to see and do, ranging from major theme parks, to the River Walk lined with restaurants, patios, galleries and shops.  The city is filled with culturally significant arts, history, museums and architecture.

Airports serving this area:

San Antonio International: (SAT)

San Antonio International Airport is located in Northern San Antonio, approximately eight miles or 15 minutes from the downtown area.  The airport provides commercial airline service for the South Texas region. More than 8 million passengers fly into and out of historic San Antonio each year and many business executives fly from this airport due to its close location to downtown. This airport features three runways with the longest being eight thousand five hundred feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Million Air
  • Signature Flight Support
  • Skyplace

Aircraft Fleet Available:

  • Boeing 737
  • Citation CJ1
  • Citation I SP
  • Citation II
  • Citation V
  • Citation VI
  • Citation XLS
  • Citation Mustang
  • Challenger 601
  • Falcon 900B
  • Learjet 45
  • Learjet 45XR
  • Mitsubishi MU-300
Stinson Municipal Airport: (SSF)

Stinson Municipal Airport is a city-owned, public use airport located six nautical miles south of Downtown San Antonio, Texas. The airport offers easy access to San Antonio without the congestion of the international airport. The airport is the second oldest general aviation airport still in operation, and the Texas Air Museum is located on the airport. Its located centrally in Texas as well as the United States making it a great mid continental fuel stop, and a great overnight destination. This airport features two runways with the longest being five thousand feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Gate ONE

Austin

Located in Central Texas, Austin is the state capital and is the 11th-most populous city in the United States and the fourth-most populous city in Texas. Austin is known for its legendary live music, burgeoning restaurant scene and unique culture. The City is also home to a wonderful ballet, world-class museums, one-of-a-kind shopping and beautiful outdoor spaces. Visitors can just as easily spend the morning paddling the lake or strolling through a celebrated history museum.  Business travelers flock to Austin for its state-of-the-art infrastructure, innovative meeting spaces and world-class hotels which are nestled in the center, and the heart, of the city.

Airports serving this area:

Austin-Bergstrom International: (AUS)Austin–Bergstrom International Airport is located about five miles southeast of Downtown Austin, Texas. As a major center for technology and the home to many large multinational corporations it is no wonder that Austin Texas is very popular with Business executives. This airport features two parallel runways with the longest being just over twelve thousand two hundred feet.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Atlantic Aviation
  • Signature Flight Support

Aircraft Fleet Available:

  • Bell 206
  • Citation CJ1+
  • Citation CJ2+
  • Citation III
  • Falcon 900
  • King Air 200
  • Learjet 31A
  • Learjet 45
  • Learjet 75
  • Pilatus PC-12
  • Piper Meridian

Washington D.C

Washington D.C. is not only the nations capitol, but it is also a very exciting area with a wide variety of entertainment options and fine dining experiences. Washington D.C offers multiple museums and historical attractions to explore such as, the Smithsonian museums, Washington Monument, and many others. The city is home to the President of the United States, and serves as the home to the United States Capitol, housing the nations House of representatives and Congress. The area has golf courses and green parks to spend time during the day.  The city also offers several performing arts theaters and areas to shop.

Airports serving this area:

Dulles International Airport: (IAD)Dulles International Airport is in Dulles, Virginia, located 26 miles west of downtown Washington, D.C. The airport serves the Baltimore – Washington metro area and offers easy access to Washington D.C. and many other areas in the Baltimore – Washington metro area. This airport features four runways with the largest being eleven thousand five hundred feet long.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • Landmark Aviation
  • Signature Flight Support

Aircraft Fleet Available:

  • Beechjet 400A
  • Boeing 737-400
  • Boeing 737-800
  • Challenger 604
  • Gulfstream IV
  • Gulfstream V
  • Hawker 800XP
  • Learjet 60
  • McDonnell Douglas DC-10
  • McDonnell Douglas MD-11
Manassas Regional Airport: (HEF)Manassas Regional Airport, also known as Harry P. Davis Field, is a city-owned public-use airport located four nautical miles southwest of the central business district of Manassas, and 30 miles from Washington D.C.  As the largest executive regional airport in Virginia, Manassas Regional allows charter customers the freedom to fly on their own schedule, while being able to experience Washington D.C. without the hassles of added security of the international airports in the region. This airport features a single six thousand foot runway.

Field Based Operators (FBO’s):

  • APP Jet Center
  • Dulles Aviation

Aircraft Fleet Available:

Bell 206Bell 407

Challenger 601

Citation Sovereign

Citation I

Falcon 50

Falcon 900

Falcon 2000 EX

Gulfstream III

Gulfstream IVHawker 800A

Hawker 800XP

King Air 90

Learjet 35A

Learjet 60

Pilatus PC-12

Piper Meridian

Piper Navajo