Whether you’re new to flying private or a frequent flyer, JetLevel Aviation has a private jet charter solution to get you anywhere you need to go. We have access to more than 5000 private jets worldwide and provide you with concierge service every step of your journey. With the highest levels of safety and security, we are the ideal charter to get you anywhere in the world. Our agents are standing by 24/7 to help you to any location. Below are just a few common destinations.
Charter Flights to Westhampton (KFOK)
Popular Jet Routes to Westhampton
Flights into Westhampton go through Francis S. Gabreski Airport. Popular routes come through Boston, at a flight time of 46 minutes, Washington DC, at a flight time of 53 minutes, and Chicago, at a flight time of 1 hour, 49 minutes.
Where to Stay in Westhampton
Westhampton is a beautiful community that is known for its upper-class style and posh living. Some of the best hotels include the Preston House & Hotel, with 20 private suites in the East End of the Hamptons, as well as the Drake Inn, one of the finest resorts, centrally located one block west of the Ponquogue Bridge. The community is also renowned for its gorgeous bed and breakfasts, as well as spacious and luxurious AirBnBs. It’s hard to find a bad place to stay in the Hamptons.
Where to Visit in Westhampton
Take a day-long tour of the Hamptons and Long Islands wineries and fresh seafood with a private tour where you’ll stop in Southhampton, Sag Harbor, take the Cross Sound Ferry and end in North Fork. For sightseeing, the most popular destination is the Montauk Point Lighthouse, but you can find serenity and high-class relaxation on any of the beaches–Cooper’s Beach, Main Beach, Ditch Plains, Foster Memorial Beach and more.
If you’re looking for places to dine, the Hamptons have no shortage of exclusive restaurants. Try Tutti Il Giorno in Sag Harbor for a taste of Italy, or try the TBar for exquisite steak and seafood. Or try the Hampton Clambake–lobster, mussels, steamers, red potatoes and corn on the cob–at Silver Lining Diner for a true taste of the Hamptons life.
Charter Flights to Teterboro (KTEB)
Popular Jet Routes to Teterboro
Flights into Teterboro go through the Teterboro Airport. Popular flight routes include flights from Boston, with a travel time of 47 minutes, Washington DC, with a travel time of 42 minutes, and Miami, with a flight time of 2 hours and 28 minutes.
Where to Stay in Teterboro
Tetersboro is a small borough with a long and rich history. As it’s only minutes by car to New York City, there is no small selection of luxury hotels. The Pierre, a Taj Hotel, is a 5 star hotel only 7 miles away with the finest quality in amenities and services. The Mark is an elegant hotel in a prime location, also only 7 miles away. For something new, try the Equinox Hotel near High Line Park.
Where to Visit in Teterboro
With its adjacency to New York City, there’s no end of things to see and do near Teterboro. From all of the famous museums like The Met and MoMA, to the 9/11 Memorial, to the top of the Empire State Building. If you’d like to get the blood pumping, try New York Harbor Jet Ski, JK Kayak, or Stark Archery.
As for dining, if you want to stay local to Teterboro, try Sofia’s Mediterranean Grill for some amazing Greek cuisine you’ll never forget. If you’ve got Southeast Asia on the mind then go for Tom Yum Koong Thai Kitchen, called the best Thai in the tri-state area. If you’re looking for steak try the wonderful Argentinian at El Tango Argentina Grill.
Charter Flights to Orlando (KMCO)
Popular Jet Routes to Orlando
Orlando offers a variety of airports, depending on your flight and destination. There’s the Orlando International Airport (KMCO), Orlando Executive (KORL), Sanford International Airport (KSFB), and Kissimmee Gateway (KISM). Popular flight routes include New York City, at 2 hours and 12 minutes, Chicago, at 2 hours and 9 minutes, and Dallas/Ft Worth at 2 hours, 4 minutes.
Where to Stay in Orlando
As Orlando is one of the resort capitals of the world, there is no end of places to stay, depending on what you’re looking for. For iconic class and extreme luxury, look no further than the Waldorf Astoria Orlando. If theme parks are more on your mind, go with the Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World. And for modern elegance and concierge service, try the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes.
Where to Visit in Orlando
Of course there are all of the obvious places to go in Orlando, such as Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, which includes the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. If you want to go somewhere outside the parks, admire gorgeous trees, palms, vines and camellias at Harry P. Leu Gardens, or see the native Floridian animals at the Tibet-Butler Preserve. And if shopping is more of your game there are fabulous times to be had at Orlando Premium Outlets, Mall at Millenia, and Pointe Orlando.
As for fine dining, start with Prato’s stylish wood-fired pizza ovens along Park Avenue. If you want something so exclusive that you have to pre-pay just to make a reservation, go to the world-famous Kadence sushi. For the bar scene, try cocktails at The Stubborn Mule downtown.
Charter Flights to Dallas (KDAL)
Popular Jet Routes to Dallas
There are multiple airports serving the Dallas area, Dallas Love Field (KDAL), Addison (KADS), Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (KDFW), and Fort Worth (KFTW). Popular routes to Dallas include New York, with flight times of 3 hours and 16 minutes, Miami, at 2 hours and 37 minutes, and Los Angeles, at 2 hours and 33 minutes.
Where to Stay in Dallas
Dallas offers many new and interesting places to stay, such as the brand new HALL Arts Hotel Dallas, Curio Collection by Hilton, in the heart of Dallas’s art district. The Four Seasons Hotel offers class and sophistication that has made the brand famous the world over. If you’re looking for something that’s a little more Texan, but still has all the luxuries, try the Rosewood Mansion at Turtle Creek.
Where to Visit in Dallas
Dallas has a strong art scene as evidenced by its many museums and collections, such as the Dallas Museum of Art, the African American Museum, the Crow Museum of Asian Art, and the Nasher Sculpture Center. If you’d like a flavor of Texas, try the Old Red Museum of Dallas County History and Culture, or the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.
For food, don’t let Dallas’s landlocked geography fool you: try the Dallas Fish Market for fresh and seasonal catches. El Fenix Downtown has been around since 1918 and is renowned as the originator of Tex-Mex cuisine. If you’d like to dine with live jazz and a contemporary sophisticated environment, go to Eddie V’s.