Take a trip to the sunshine state with a private charter flight to Florida. Sunny weather, beautiful beaches, luxurious resorts, and great food draw in travelers from America and around the globe every year. Florida is consistently one of the top vacation destinations in America regardless of the season. If you are planning a trip to Florida, there’s no more convenient way to get where you want to go than with a charter flight. Choose the plane and airport that best suit your travel needs, and arrive at your destination on time and in style.
Florida is by far one of the most popular travel destinations, not just in America, but anywhere in the world. More than 120 million people visit the Sunshine State each year. While most of those travelers are domestic tourists, Florida also welcomes millions of international visitors per year.
Most people who visit Florida do so for leisure, with the state being an ideal vacation spot for many reasons. The weather and world-class palm beaches make Florida a great haven for beautiful weather during the winter months. Off the southern coast of the state are the Florida Keys, a chain of small islands that are a highly popular vacation area. At the far end is Key West, which marks the southernmost point of the continental United States.
With theme parks like Walt Disney World and Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida is also the perfect destination for family vacations too.
With great weather all year round and countless luxury resorts and hotels, there is never a slow season for Florida tourism.
Florida is the southeasternmost state in the United States, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the west. Thanks to the Florida panhandle, Florida has more than 1300 miles of coastline along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. That geographical position makes Florida an ideal beach destination.
Florida has a population of about 21 million residents. The state’s population is spread out fairly evenly, but it does have several major population centers. The largest metropolitan areas in the state by population are Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa/St. Petersburg, and Orlando.
Every metro area in Florida has numerous airports, ranging from major international airports like Miami International Airport to smaller municipal airports. When you choose a charter flight, you can choose from any airport in your desired region to give you easier and more convenient access to your travel destinations.
Florida’s palm beaches and their surrounding cities remain the state’s most popular attraction. From major metro areas like Miami and Tampa to quieter spots like Fort Lauderdale and Fort Myers, there is always room on Florida’s many beaches.
In addition to its beaches, Florida also offers a unique culture, history, and landscape. Along the state’s southern coastline, you can visit Everglades National Park, a massive coastal wetlands preserve.
Orlando, in Central Florida, is the unofficial “Theme Park Capital of the World” with parks such as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Orlando, and SeaWorld Orlando located in this metro area.
A hidden gem in the northeast of the state is the city of St. Augustine. This historical city has the claim to fame of being the oldest city in the U.S., having been founded by Spanish settlers in 1565, half a century earlier than British colonization began. Another major historical and scientific attraction in the state is the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.
While Florida’s beaches and resorts remain the most popular draw, there is plenty more to the state than its beaches. See for yourself by booking a private charter flight to the Sunshine State!
|Plane Class||Example Plane||Max. Passengers|
|Piper Cherokee||3||See Options|
Midsize Air Taxi
|Beechcraft Baron||5||See Options|
Large Air Taxi
|Piper Chieftain||8||See Options|
Executive Air Taxi
|Pilatus PC-12||8-9||See Options|
|Phenom 300||6-7||See Options|
|Hawker 800||8-9||See Options|
|Gulfstream V||14||See Options|
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