Addison Airport (KADS) is a public-use airport in Addison, Texas, about nine miles north of Downtown Dallas. Considered the premier general aviation airport in Texas, Addison Airport has a wide range of services available for private jet charter. In 2015, the airport averaged 264 operations a day.
Two major fixed base operators at Addison Airport are located on the east side of the airport’s runway.
Atlantic Aviation has it all and then some. This fixed base operator, located at 4400 Glenn Curtiss Drive, Addison, TX 75001, can make reservations for passengers at their recommended restaurants or even arrange your tee time at a local golf course. The site also has car rentals, Wi-Fi, and a conference room.
Million Air Dallas is located at 4300 Westgrove Drive, Addison, TX 75001, and prides itself on being a luxury fixed base operator. You can book your rental car and hotel in one place through its services. The FBO offers on-site car rentals, concierge services, complimentary Wi-Fi, and on-site catering. It also features a pilot lounge, theater room, fitness center, and two boardrooms.
Addison Airport is only nine miles from Dallas. If you don’t wish to book a rental car, there are many limo and car service options in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Able Limousine’s fleet of cars consists of Lincoln sedans, executive Mercedes sedans, business class SUVs, executive SUVs, and executive coaches. They also offer sprinter vans and limos for larger groups if you prefer.
DFW Executive Car Services has over 20 years in business, offering car and limo services for events, corporate purposes, and airport travel. Its fleet includes Lincoln Continentals and Navigators, Suburbans, Escalades, Mercedes sprinter vans, and Lincoln limousines.
Premium Car’s chauffeured black car services are available to passengers in Oklahoma City 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, so you’ll have the option of luxurious and comfortable transportation no matter when you need to arrive at Wiley Post Airport or when your flight has landed.
There is no shortage of fantastic hotels in Dallas. Here are just a few of the upscale options the city has to offer.
Canvas Hotel in Dallas has a decidedly arty feel while maintaining its sense of luxury. Rooms feature concrete floors, exposed brick and piping, comfortable beds, workstations, and ample storage. The hotel’s location in downtown Dallas offers easy access to the entire city. In the warmer seasons, beat the Texas heat at the rooftop pool with reservable cabanas. Or, grab a bite and a cocktail at Chef’s Palette, the on-site restaurant.
The Adolphus Hotel is part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, making it an excellent choice for Marriott frequenters. This hotel also boasts a rooftop pool in addition to a spa and fitness center for some self-care time. There’s also a slew of dining options, including the Rodeo Bar, City Hall Bistro, the French Room, and a coffee bar.
Hotel Indigo is located just a mile from the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center. A registered historical landmark, the hotel was once the site of the Dallas Opera House and the luxurious Titche-Goettinger department store. The hotel is also pet-friendly and offers a pet blanket and treats at check-in. Titches Bar and Bistro offers casual dining and drinking.
Due to its southern location, Dallas stays moderately warm year-round. Winter temperatures rarely drop below 26 degrees; even in January, the average high is 57 degrees. Summers are generally hot, with August high temperatures averaging 95 degrees. You can pack light for an Addison Airport private jet charter most of the year, but spring and fall are great seasons to visit if you wish to spend most of your time outdoors.
Addison Airport has one runway, which is 7,203 feet or 2,195 meters long and made of concrete. The runway’s length allows it to service even heavy jets such as the Gulfstream GIVSP. Additionally, all of JetLevel’s private jets can take off and land on concrete runways. As of 2022, the runway’s designation was changed to 16/34 from 15/33.
Addison Airport’s elevation is 644 feet, allowing easy access for private jets of all classes and sizes.
As of 2015, Addison Airport had 96,476 aircraft operations a year, with an average of 264 daily. 93% of these flights were general aviation, meaning that they were privately flown aircraft rather than commercial flights. Of the remaining aircraft operations, 7% were air taxis and less than 1% were military or commercial.
As of 2015, 621 aircraft were based out of Addison Airport. Of those, there were 11 helicopters, 176 jets, 111 multi-engine aircraft, and 323 single-engine aircraft.
Addison Airport is a hub for flight training. There are a number of different flight schools. If you’re interested in learning to fly yourself, you’ll have your choice of flight school to earn your pilot’s license or to refresh your skills and keep your license up-to-date. Flight instruction from primary flight to advanced training is offered at the airport through the following flight schools:
The airport is home to the Cavanaugh Flight Museum, a nonprofit aiming to promote the study of aviation. The museum maintains, restores, and operates historically relevant, vintage aircraft, armor, and vehicles. The museum’s collection of aircraft started as a private collection held by Jim Cavanaugh, after whom the museum is named. Cavanaugh’s collection began with his first purchase of a 1939 Piper J-3 Cub in 1980. The museum itself was opened in 1993.
Addison Airport is the headquarters for several airlines:
Ameristar Jet Charter
Additionally, the airport has regularly scheduled freight flights from the following companies: