Washington DC private jet charters, with charter flights planned on your schedule at JetOptions Private Jets. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, we can fly you safely, securely, and in a time-efficient manner to your preferred airport in the D.C. metro area, on your choice of private planes.
We always find the best plane to fit your flight specifications. Whether you need a Light Jet, a Mid-Jet, or a Heavy Jet, we are ready to book for you at a moment’s notice. Of course, we will make all reservations for your future flight dates in addition to any last-minute travel services.
Flying in and out of Washington D.C. by private jet, there are three main airports that serve the Capital and Baltimore metropolitans, with additional smaller regional airports in nearby communities. Depending on your ultimate destination in the capital, we can route you to your most convenient choice. It is important to keep in mind that there may slight modifications to your flight plan for reasons of national security when you fly in or out of Washington D.C. proper’s airspace.
The closest airport, located just 3 miles south of the capital is Ronald Reagan National (DCA). This terminal is subject to restrictions or closures from time to time due to its proximity to governmental structures. With exemptions of only 40 slots, private flights into and out of DCA are not allowed to exceed 1,250 nonstop statute miles in any direction.
DCA has immigration and customs facilities for corporate and business jets. Keep in mind the only international flights allowed to land at DCA must originate from airports with U.S. Customs and Border Protection preclearance facilities. DCA has a runway length of 6,869 feet, and there are limited fuel services at the FBO, again for reasons of security. In general, it is best to choose another DC airport to avoid restrictions and last minute cancelations.
The second airport, Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), is in Dulles, Virginia, 26 miles west of downtown D.C. Dulles Airport is also the busier of the two closest airports with a landmark main passenger terminal designed by Eero Saarinen. The maximum runway length at IAD is 11,500 ft. This airport is also home to multiple forward operating base (FBO) facilities with full fueling and passenger capabilities.
The third airport, Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International (BWI), is the busiest of the three airports in the greater metro area and the 24th busiest airport nationwide. Located north of the capital in Baltimore, Washington, it is approximately 33 miles away. The runway length at BWI is 10,502 feet, and their Forward Operating Base also has full refueling services. In the event Reagan National Airport is not available for Private Jet traffic, ground transportation is available in a car of your choice from any arrival and departure location.
The last and smallest airport that many of our clients use is Manassas Regional Airport (KHEF), which is 30 miles from Washington DC. As the largest executive regional airport in Virginia, Manassas Regional allows our clients more flexibility since they don’t have to slot for landing behind commercial aircraft. This airport also offers direct ramp access meaning that your vehicle can drive up to the plane. It also has an FAA control tower and U.S. Customs for international flights.
Flights from Dallas (DFW) or (DAL) to Washington D.C. are slightly more than 2 hours, and rates for smaller jets that seat up to 6 passengers starts at around $7,500.00 each way.
Flying from Los Angeles (LAX) or (VNY) to Washington D.C. will take you just under 5 hours, and if you want to go nonstop, you will need a midsize size jet or larger. Rates on midsize jets would start at around $22,000.00 one-way.
|Origin||Destination||Flight Time RT||Jet Category||Passengers||Round Trip Rate|
|New York||Washington DC||01:50 hrs||Midsize Jet||7||$14,300.00|
|Los Angeles||Washington DC||09:30 hrs||Super Mid Jet||9||$49,900.00|
|Miami||Washington DC||05:50 hrs||Heavy Jet||10||$35,400.00|
|Las Vegas||Washington DC||04:40 hrs||Heavy Jet||12||$34,300.00|
Regardless of your city of origin, and whether you are starting in either a location in the U.S. or an International arrival, JetOptions are experts at finding you an aircraft that will fit your qualifications and budget. Our planes are Wyvern and Argus rated for your safety and security. We never sacrifice quality, and our client’s satisfaction is always our top priority.
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For our discerning jet charter clientele, we are presenting a few of the best hotels in the District. Once you’ve arrived in Washington D.C., The Five-Star Jefferson Hotel awaits your arrival. Located just north of The White House, The Jefferson was designed under the principles of its namesake, Thomas Jefferson. With thoughtful design, this 95 room property features elegant guest rooms and twenty specialty suites. The penthouse level has only two rooms, The Thomas and Martha Jefferson Suites. There are 18 additional suites on separate floors, and Classic, Deluxe, and Premier Room categories, all featuring different appointments and views of the city.
The guest room and public areas include art and historical documents from Jefferson’s Private Collection. Modern amenities include everywhere Wi-Fi for business travelers, a small spa for relaxation, and personal service. For our guests traveling with pets by private jet, this hotel welcomes them with pet-friendly accommodations and dog beds as needed. Fine dining is in the hotel at The Plume Restaurant.
Visitors to the Georgetown neighborhood may also wish to consider The Capella Hotel Georgetown. It currently holds a Five Star Rating for luxury. This hotel is also ranked in the 50 Best Hotels nationally. Located on the C&O Canal near to Georgetown’s shopping and restaurant district.
The Capella property is a boutique-style hotel that assigns personal assistants to each guest for 24-hour service in advance of their arrival. With an infinity pool on the rooftop deck, and a guest only living room for drinks or refreshments, this top-rated Georgetown hotel is also an excellent choice for a visit to Washington D.C. Their canal-side restaurant, The Grill Room, is recognized for its fresh menu, steaks, and seafood and is on two of Zagat’s rated lists in D.C. If you’re traveling with your pet, they are welcome at The Capella.
The 3rd highly ranked hotel is also located in the Georgetown district of Washington D.C. , near shopping, dining, and nightlife. The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown is listed in the 50 Best U.S. Hotels. Housed in a former industrial incinerator building complete with smokestack the 86 room boutique hotel is a unique property.
Equipped with 11 premier level suites, 16 additional one-bedroom suite rooms, and their five luxury suites, the Royal Potomac, the Ritz-Carlton, the Presidential Suite, the Ambassador Suite, and the Georgetown Suite, guests are sure to find rooms to fit their liking. Pets under 35 pounds are welcome as guests of the hotel. Their onsite restaurant Degrees features gourmet American Regional Cuisine, and the Petite Spa is available onsite for guest appointments.
Fine Dining in the District of Columbia
DC is home to many Michelin Star, Zagat Rated, and Diamond Award-winning restaurants. There are many to choose from depending on your tastes. Located near historic Ford’s Theatre, Minibar by Chef Jose Andres has been called the “America’s Foremost Spanish Chef” by Wine Spectator Magazine Reservations at Minibar by Jose Andres. Bourbon Steak in the Four Seasons Hotel is a Michael Mina restaurant featuring line-caught seafood and poached butter meats, Reservations at Bourbon Steak DC.
Juniper at the Fairmont Hotel serves honey and honeycomb items on its menu from the beehives on the top of their restaurant, Reservations at Juniper DC.
Wolfgang Pucks The Source features Asian fusion cuisine in a three-level restaurant located inside The Newseum on Pennsylvania Avenue, Reservations at Wolfgang Puck The Source. The Inn at Little Washington is located in nearby Virginia and takes reservations up to one year in advance. Helmed by Chef Patrick O’Connell this restaurant is worth a visit outside of D.C. Metro and the property is also an award-winning hotel in its right; Reservations at The Inn at Little Washington.
Any visit to the District of Columbia would not be complete without a visit to one of the many historical sites, museums, monuments, and national parks. Some of the most well-known and iconic attractions are located on or nearby to the National Mall. Whether you are flying in for business or pleasure on your Washington D.C. private jet charter, one or more of these sites are a must-see.
From the base of the U.S. Congress running all the way to the Potomac River, this 1,000-acre national park is known as the front yard of the United States. Housed within it are the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial and Reflecting Pond, World War I and World War II Monuments, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, the Korean Veterans Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial.
The White House is America’s most famous address located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Visitors wishing to tour the interior must submit their request through their congressperson at least 21 days in advance or up to 6 months of the day they want to visit.
The Kennedy Center is located on the banks of the Potomac River and is open for tours of the performance halls and art collections, in addition to the many performing arts events taking place here daily. The Center is also the home of the National Symphony Orchestra, the Washington National Opera, and the Suzanne Farrell Ballet. Schedules posted at The Kennedy Center.
Art aficionados and students may appreciate a visit to the National Gallery of Art. Located on the Northeast corner of the National Mall the Gallery collections are housed in two buildings. One building features collections from the 13th to 18th Centuries and the second features the Gallery’s collection of Modern Art. The outdoor sculpture is a permanent feature along with many other traveling or limited-run exhibitions. Current details of shows are found on their website at the National Gallery of Art.
Possibly one of the most famous museums and also the largest, The Smithsonian Institution is an entire complex of 19 distinct museums, nine research centers, the National Zoo, and other affiliates located around the world. From the famous gardens and the landmark institution-building also known as “The Castle” constructed in 1847 that now serves as an information center for visitors to the compound and its headquarters. A full list of facilities and hours is available at the Smithsonian Institution.
Home to many public and private golf courses are some of the most scenic places to play in and around Washington D.C. East Potomac Golf Course is in the middle of Memorial Parks District. Managed by the National Park Service this course offers stunning views of Washington and other monuments from its nearby fairways. Located at the end of Rock Creek Park; The Rock Creek Golf Course is approximately 20 minutes from the Georgetown district. This historic course features park views and wildlife with foxes, hawks, and deer all making appearances as you move through the fairways at Rock Creek.
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