Phoenix, AZ Private Jet Charters

Private jet to Phoenix, AZ

Traveling to Phoenix, Arizona, by private jet combines luxury, efficiency, and privacy, making it an excellent choice for business travelers, golf enthusiasts, and those seeking to explore the unique desert landscapes and vibrant city life without the hassles of commercial flights. Private flights offer flexible scheduling, quick airport processing, and access to smaller airports, providing a seamless and personalized travel experience. Phoenix, known for its year-round sunshine, world-class resorts and spas, and proximity to natural wonders like the Grand Canyon, becomes more accessible and enjoyable. Whether visiting for business, leisure, or outdoor adventures, flying privately to Phoenix ensures a comfortable and efficient journey, allowing you to make the most of your time in this dynamic and welcoming city.

Phoenix, AZ Airports & Charter Routes

Fly directly to Phoenix, AZ, a city famous for its warm, dry climate and vibrant nightlife. Avoid the inconvenience of connecting flights and crowded terminals. Travel in luxury with a private jet to Phoenix with JetLevel Aviation – your premier provider of on-demand aircraft charter!

Alternative Airports in and Around Phoenix

  • Scottsdale Airport (ICAO: KSDL) – Just 12 miles north of Phoenix, Scottsdale Airport offers services such as fueling, maintenance, and car rentals.
  • Mesa Gateway Airport (ICAO: KIWA) – Located about 30 miles southeast of Phoenix, it provides services including dining, shopping, and car rentals.
  • Chandler Municipal Airport (ICAO: KCHD) – About 20 miles southeast of Phoenix, Chandler Airport offers services like fueling, hangar rentals, and dining options.
  • Deer Valley Airport (ICAO: KDVT) – Located around 20 miles north of Phoenix, offering services such as fueling, maintenance, and car rentals.
  • Glendale Municipal Airport (ICAO: KGEU) – Approximately 18 miles west of Phoenix, it provides amenities like fueling, hangar rentals, and maintenance.

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For more information on these and other airports, visit our Airport Directory.

Popular Private Jet Charter Routes to Phoenix

  • Los Angeles to Phoenix – Covering 372 miles in about 1.5 hours with a light jet like the Learjet 45, cruising at an average speed of 535 mph.
  • San Francisco to Phoenix – This 650-mile route is typically covered in about 2 hours with a midsize jet like the Cessna Citation XLS.
  • Chicago to Phoenix – This 1,449-mile trip can be taken in approximately 3.5 hours with a heavy jet like the Gulfstream G450.
  • New York to Phoenix – A 2,142-mile route, which can be covered in about 5 hours with a heavy jet like the Falcon 7X.
  • Dallas to Phoenix – A shorter 889-mile hop can be covered in approximately 2 hours using a super midsize jet like the Challenger 350.

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Private Jet Charter Estimates

How much does it cost to charter a flight to or from Phoenix?

The cost to charter a private jet can vary, based on flight time and the type of aircraft. A private jet rental from Los Angeles to Phoenix will cost $2,450 or more in a Turboprop, for example.

Here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Phoenix that we aim to offer our clients:


To/From Location

Aircraft Type


Avg. Flight Time (hrs)

Targeted Price (One-way)

Los Angeles





San Francisco

Light Jet





Midsize Jet




New York

Super Midszie Jet





Heavy Jet




Please note that the above prices are ballpark estimates; specific pricing for a given trip will vary, and these amounts cannot be guaranteed for any specific flight.

Private Jet Prices – Ballpark Hourly Rates

Private jet prices can vary greatly, depending on the size of the aircraft, the distance of the flight, and other factors. Here are some ballpark hourly rates:

Aircraft Type



Ballpark Hourly Rate


Pilatus PC12



Very Light Jet

Phenom 100



Light Jet

Hawker 400XP



Midsize Jet

Lear 60



Super midsize Jet

Citation Sovereign



Heavy Jet

Gulfstream G-IV



Please be aware that the prices listed above are only approximate values; the actual cost for each trip can vary based on numerous factors, and we cannot guarantee these exact amounts for every individual flight

Aircraft Available for Phoenix Charter

Here are some of the aircraft available for charter flights to and from Phoenix, AZ:

For more information on these and other charter aircraft, visit our Private Jet Charter Aircraft.

Frequently Asked Questions

The busiest times to fly privately into Phoenix are during the winter and spring months, when the city’s warm climate attracts visitors from colder regions.

While we can often arrange flights with as little as a few hours’ notice, it’s always better to book as far in advance as possible to secure your preferred aircraft and departure times.

Yes, one of the many benefits of private jet travel is the ability to customize your in-flight catering. You can request your favorite meals and beverages when booking your flight.

Phoenix, AZ Travel Guide

Weather in Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix experiences a hot desert climate with long, extremely hot summers and short, warm winters. The average high temperature in July is around 106°F, and the average low in January is around 45°F.


Travel Concierge Services

At JetLevel, we can arrange concierge services to cater to your needs during your stay in Phoenix, from luxury hotel bookings, restaurant reservations, to arranging sightseeing tours.

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Must-see Attractions & Experiences in Phoenix

  • Grand Canyon: Just a few hours’ drive from Phoenix, the Grand Canyon is one of the world’s natural wonders. It’s a must-visit for anyone coming to Arizona.
  • Desert Botanical Garden: Home to thousands of species of cacti, trees and flowers from all around the world spread across 55 acres.
  • Phoenix Zoo: One of the nation’s largest non-profit zoos, it’s home to over 1,400 animals, including many endangered and threatened species.

Top Luxury Hotels in Phoenix

  • Royal Palms Resort and Spa: This historic resort offers a luxurious setting with a full-service spa, outdoor pool, and rooms with free Wi-Fi.
  • The Phoenician: A luxury resort with multiple swimming pools, a spa, and a golf course.
  • Camby Hotel: This modern hotel offers a rooftop pool and bar with city views, a creative cocktail menu, and a restaurant.

High-end Restaurants in Phoenix

  • Kai Restaurant: Kai, meaning ‘seed’ in the Pima language, features a menu rich in creativity, history and Native American culture.
  • Durant’s: Enter through the kitchen, let your eyes adjust to the dim lighting, and take a step back in time at this classic steakhouse.
  • Vincent on Camelback: Dishing up award-winning cuisine for more than 30 years, this Phoenix staple never disappoints with its blend of southwestern and French flavors.

Top Business Venues in Phoenix

  • Phoenix Convention Center: Located in the heart of Downtown Phoenix, the convention center features versatile meeting and event spaces and is within walking distance of numerous entertainment, shopping, and dining options.
  • Arizona Grand Resort & Spa: This venue offers an array of flexible event spaces, making it ideal for corporate meetings, conferences, and retreats.
  • Sheraton Grand Phoenix: This hotel offers spacious meeting rooms and is conveniently located in downtown Phoenix, near the convention center.

Arts and Culture Sights of Phoenix

  • Heard Museum: Known for its award-winning exhibits, the Heard Museum has one of the finest collections of Native American art.
  • Phoenix Art Museum: The Southwest’s largest destination for visual art from around the world.
  • Musical Instrument Museum: An incredible collection of instruments from around the world, the museum offers a unique and engaging experience.

Golf Courses in Phoenix

  • TPC Scottsdale: Known as the location of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, this course offers two par-71 championship courses.
  • Troon North Golf Club: Offering two 18-hole courses with scenic views of Scottsdale’s rugged desert landscape.
  • Raven Golf Club: Known for its exceptional guest service and commitment to providing the ultimate golf experience.

Emergency Services and Contacts in Phoenix, AZ

In case of emergencies, here are some important contacts:

  • Call 911 for immediate assistance in any emergency situation.

Enjoy your visit to Phoenix, Arizona!

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Message from Our CEO

Ricky Gomulka - CEO and Founder of JetLevel Aviation

Hello, I’m Ricky Gomulka, CEO and Founder of JetLevel Aviation. With two decades in the private jet charter industry, I’m committed to providing the best in luxury travel. I founded JetLevel Aviation in 2019 with the vision of redefining the industry standard for safety, reliability, and customer satisfaction. Today, we’re proud to be recognized by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and work exclusively with operators certified by the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) and the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO). I invite you to experience the JetLevel Aviation difference on your next journey.


Ricky Gomulka.

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