Every June, the otherwise quiet Alabama town of Brewton transforms into a hub of cultural activity, agricultural celebration and live entertainment.
Held the third Saturday in June at Brewton’s Burnt Corn Creek Park, the annual Alabama Blueberry Festival draws crowds from across the state to try the best berries the South has to offer.
Now known as the Blueberry Capital of Alabama, the Alabama Blueberry Festival features everything blueberry: fresh fruits, delicious treats and ice cream. Featuring live entertainment, an antique car show, motorcycle show, children’s area, food court and countless arts and crafts booths, the third Saturday in June is marked in the calendars of every southern Alabama home.
When you fly to a jet charter airport in Brewton, Alabama, you’ll arrive at the Brewton Municipal Airport. This city-owned public-use airport sits just three miles outside of town, making it the best way to access Brewton, whether you’re in town for pleasure, business or blueberries.
Operated by Part 135 Air Carriers, flights to Brewton are available using a wide variety of private aircrafts. Travelling with a small group and looking to get the best value for your dollar? The four-seat Citation Mustang, produced by Cessna, is the perfect very-light jet for your journey. Need a few extra seats? Consider chartering the Piaggio P180 Avanti II or the Lear 35. Looking to experience the best in private aviation? The Falcon 2000 is the perfect blend of comfort and style with the spaciousness of a heavy jet.