Whether you are flying for business or some much-needed relaxation, enjoy the versatility of Miami and Palm Beach that only JetOptions private jet charter services can offer you. For a quick trip down the East Coast or flying cross-country from Los Angeles, Las Vegas, or across the pond from London, JetOptions will arrange your Miami private jet trip to perfection.
There are many reasons to fly into Miami on a chartered private jet. Arrive in style at South Florida’s major trade center, commerce, culture, entertainment, finance, media, and arts leader. According to the UBS study of 73 world cities, Miami ranked as the wealthiest town in the United States. It’s the world’s fifth-richest city regarding purchasing power. Miami has the third tallest skyline and more than 300 high-rises downtown. Those buildings contain the most significant international bank outposts in the U.S. Additionally, many large national and international companies have headquarters here. Miami’s Civic Center complex is a major center for biotechnology, hospitals, research institutes, and medical centers. Metropolitan Miami is a major tourist destination in the US, it’s the second most popular after New York City, and it’s number 13 in the world, including Miami Beach.
For over two decades, the Port of Miami has been the “Cruise Capital of the World.” It is the number one cruise passenger port for passenger and ship operations. JetOptions Private Jets sees many clients who experienced a delay in commercial flights to Miami. The boat doesn’t wait, so call us ASAP if you need to get to Miami on time with arrivals at nearby FBOs.
There are three commercial and private airports in greater Dade County and six nearby in nearby Ft. Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Hollywood, and Boca Raton.
Miami International Airport, also called MIA, formerly Wilcox Field, is the primary commercial airport serving the Miami area. The airport is in Miami-Dade County, eight miles northwest of Downtown Miami. Adjacent to Miami, Hialeah, Doral, Miami Springs, and Virginia Gardens. It is South Florida’s main airport and the second busiest for international flights. KMIA is one of only eight U.S. airports with the runway length to land an Airbus A380 jumbo jet. Only New York has more international flights each year.
Miami International has four long runways suitable for landing jet-class aircraft and the longest-range and largest jets. Two fixed-base operators are on-site in Miami to meet all private jets’ needs and arrive at MIA. Services include a private passenger facility, U.S. Customs, 24-hour jet fueling, hangar space, and a full complement of rental cars and ground transportation.
Miami-Opa locka Executive Airport, OPF, and the former Opa-Locka Executive Airport, until its last name change in 2014. OPF is located 11 miles north of downtown Miami and partly within the city limits of Opa Locka. Situated just 6 miles from the Dolphins’ home at the Hard Rock Stadium, it’s a favorite for football jet charter. Downtown Miami is 14 miles away; it’s 20 miles from Miami Beach and only 9 miles from Miami International Airport.
Opa-Locka has three runways, and two are suitable for landing private jet charter aircraft. OPF offers complete FBO services for private jet rental clients, with three fixed-base operators on site. U.S. Customs Service is available on the airfield, and in addition to passenger services and jet fueling, this airport has complete aircraft repair services, including avionics. The airport is also home to the busiest U.S. Coast Guard Air and Sea Rescue Station in South Florida.
Miami Executive Airport operated under Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport until a name change in 2014. TMB is a public airport located 13 miles southwest of Downtown Miami. Miami-Dade County’s Aviation Department manages KTMB. An FAA reliever airport to Miami International provides convenient access to the Florida Turnpike, Ocean Reef, and the Florida Keys. South of Miami, it’s also suitable for charter travel to the nearby recreation and business centers in Miami and Miami Beach.
The airport opened about 1968 and replaced the original Tamiami Airport. Growth and the nearby flight path of Miami International Airport created the move southwest, near the town of Kendall. TMB is a U.S. Customs port of entry with personnel on hand, and it is a favorite corporate and business jet aviation terminal.
Control Tower Hours are from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM. TMB has three runways; two are available to take off and land private plane charters. Four fixed base operators are on-site at KTMB, offering the full complement of aircraft and passenger terminal services.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is between Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, and Dania Beach in Broward County. This airport is widely used for private jet clients traveling to the Bahamas from the US. FLL is located three miles southwest of downtown Fort Lauderdale and 21 miles north of Miami. Convenient to the cruise line terminals at Port Everglades KFLL is selected for travelers bound for the Caribbean.
Ranked the 21st busiest airport for commercial passengers in the US, FLL is the 14th busiest international airport and among the 50th busiest worldwide. In 2016, the airport had more than 29 million passengers, including international travelers. Private jets may compete with airlines for landing spots at Ft. Lauderdale, a busy commercial airport.
Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International has two long runways parallel to the terminals. They are both suitable for jet-class and large long-range aircraft at eight and nine thousand feet. Four FBOs on-site at KFLL meet the needs of jet charter clients arriving and departing Ft. Lauderdale. U.S. Customs is on-site for international aircraft arrivals and private jet clients’ every need. Whether you require ground transportation, a town car, a rental car, or a limo to your destination, JetOptions will ensure that we exceed all your requirements.
Fort Lauderdale Executive is a public general aviation airport in the city limits of Fort Lauderdale. Owned and operated by the city, it is five miles north of downtown Fort Lauderdale. The eighth busiest general aviation airport in the U.S., FXE serves over 150,000 aircraft operations annually. KFXE is an available aviation reliever for Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
This is a Landing Rights Airport with on-site U.S. Customs facilities, one of 31 in the U.S. JetOptions manages all flight and landing details for our clients, including international arrivals. Ft. Lauderdale Executive serves many aircraft and jet charters, including fuel and parking, corporate and business aviation, and avionics. The airport is in the city’s Uptown Business District, minutes from downtown, and is owned and operated by the city.
FXE has a 24-hour FAA Air Traffic Control Tower and two runways, one for jet class aircraft. Four Fixed-Base Operators (FBOs) provide fueling, maintenance, hangars, and other aviation services. Private jet passengers can access ground transportation, including rentals, town cars, chauffeured vehicles, and private terminal facilities.
North Perry Airport is a public general aviation airport in Pembroke Pines. Located five miles west of Hollywood, this airport is managed by Broward County and is exclusive for business and private jet usage. HWO has four runways of 3,000+ feet and has an FAA Tower for takeoff and landings.
Pompano Beach Airport is a city-owned public airport located one mile from the downtown business district. The home of the Goodyear Blimp, this airport is perfect for business jet travel to Pompano Beach and the surrounding communities. PMP has two fixed-base operators on-site, three runways, and control tower hours from 7 AM to 9 PM daily.
With more than 1,600 private jet flights from New York Teterboro, NY, to the MIA route last year, Miami-Palm Beach is among the busiest private air charter travel routes.
Operated by the Palm Beach County Department of Airports in West Palm, KPBI is only 2 miles from the city of Palm Beach. Palm Beach is the furthest east town in the state, and the city proper is on a long barrier island with the Intercoastal Waterway on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. This beautiful barrier island was named for the trees after a shipwreck brought salvaged coconut palms to Havana, and many of the remaining coconut cargo were planted. These plantings created the lush grove of palm trees on what later became Palm Beach.
PBI has a 24-hour FAA Air Traffic Control Tower and three runways, two for jet class aircraft:
Three Fixed-Base Operators (FBOs) at PBI provide aircraft fueling, maintenance, hangar, and other airplane services. Private jet passengers have access to U.S. Customs and Border Patrol at KPBI. In addition to ground and air transportation, including car rentals, town cars, chauffeured vehicles, helicopters, and all private jet terminal facilities.
For the last 32 years, the Annual Palm Beach International Boat Show has taken place in March. This yachting event is one of the top five boat shows in the country. With more than a billion dollars in boats and yachts on display from the leading marine manufacturers worldwide, it’s a must-see event. The show features the best in nautical luxury off the water, from electronics to exotic cars.
Boca Raton Airport is a general aviation and public-use airport owned by the state. BCT is a busy non-commercial airport located two miles northwest of Boca’s central business district. There are more than 60,000 aircraft movements at KBCT, including private aviation and flights by business jet charters.
There is an FAA Control Tower located at KBCT with daily hours from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM and one runway for private planes:
There are two full-service Fixed Based Operators (FBOs) at BCT. Each offers a wide range of private jet charter amenities, including fueling, ground handling, hangars, catering, car rentals, and limousine services. KBCT has on-site U.S. Customs and Border services, allowing international flights to land directly at Boca Raton Airport.
|Origin||Destination||Flight Time RT||Jet Category||Passengers||Round Trip Rate|
|New York||Miami||05:00 hrs||Midsize Jet||7||$21,300.00|
|Los Angeles||Miami||09:20 hrs||Super Mid Jet||9||$50,300.00|
|Chicago||Miami||05:20 hrs||Heavy Jet||10||$39,700.00|
|Las Vegas||Miami||09:00 hrs||Heavy Jet||12||$57,800.00|
Miami Points of Interest
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