Nestled in the pines of southwest Alabama lies a small, but mighty town. Jackson was founded in 1816 and named after President Andrew Jackson, and after a visit here, you’ll be wishing for Sweet Home Alabama long after you depart. Its culture and history run deep, making this destination a real treat for travelers that enjoy soaking up small town history.
Jackson was initially built as a logging town, but it has evolved into so much more than that over the last two centuries. As the largest city in Clarke County with a population of more than 5,000, this proud town serves as a trade center for north Washington County and Choctaw County to the west.
The city is also home to many amenities, like a Hampton Inn and Best Western Suites hotels and several restaurant options.
The Jackson Municipal Airport covers 112 acres and sits around 62 feet above mean sea level. There’s only one runway, and it’s roughly 5,000 feet long. With a runway topping out at 5,000 feet, turboprops, light jets, and mid-size jets are the perfect options for charter to Jackson, Alabama.
A few of our most requested turboprop aircraft is the Beechraft King Air 250, Piper Cheyenne, and the Mitsubishi MU-2.
Our most requested very light, light, and super-light jets include the Cirrus Vision Jet, the Phenom 100 and 300, the Citation CJ2, the Citation Ultra and the Citation XLS. Of course, the Lear family also provides private jet travelers with all the amenities they need.
For mid-size charters, we recommend either a Hawker 750, the Citation III or the Embraer Legacy 450.