Arizona

Private Jet Charter to Arizona

Arizona has so much to offer its visitors, from the majestic beauty of Grand Canyon National Park and the Sonoran Desert to the challenges of championship golf courses. You can explore local vineyards by day, and at the end of the day retreat to a quaint bed-and-breakfast or reward yourself

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7 million

Population

Phoenix

State capital

Transportation

Major industry

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Miles of beaches

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Arizona Destinations

There’s so much to see and do in Arizona that you may have a hard time choosing which attractions to experience during your visit.

Things to do in Arizona

Arizona is home to 22 national parks and monuments. The most famous of all is The Grand Canyon. Vast, magnificent and beautiful, the Grand Canyon is a natural wonder that you truly need to see to believe. Plan to spend a full day exploring it’s wonders, whether on a guided rim tour, viewing from above in a helicopter tour, or exploring by foot on one of the many popular trails. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is another Arizona marvel, and one of the most photographed spots on earth. It’s towering sandstone peaks rise up to 1000 feet above the desert floor. Guided jeep tours can take you to the best spots for viewing and taking pictures. You’ll also want to be sure to bring along your golf clubs. Arizona is famous for its diverse and spectacular courses, ranging from desert target style courses to alpine fairways. There’s something here for every level of golfer. Sports fans will also want to be sure to get tickets to the big game. Choose from MLB, NHL, NFL and NBA, as well as minor sports, spring training, NASCAR and more. Other must-see Arizona attractions include ancient Native American historical sites and old mining towns like Tombstone. If you prefer something more laid back, relax at one of Arizona’s Luxury Spas while enjoying the spectacular desert scenery.

Arizona Jet Charter Information

There are over eighty airports to choose from for your Arizona charter flights destination. Here are the areas that travelers to Arizona tend to focus on the most. Phoenix The Valley of the Sun is the center of business in the state. Four Fortune 500 companies are based in Phoenix. Luke Air Force Base to the west contributes greatly to the local economy, as well. Phoenix itself is surrounded by large, thriving suburbs. Scottsdale Attracts executives and other professionals. Commercial flights focus on bustling Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Phoenix Deer Valley and other regional airports serve charter flights from Scottsdale, Phoenix, and other cities in the area. Tuscon A couple of hours south of Phoenix by car, Tucson is home to the University of Arizona. Slower-paced than its much larger neighbor, it has a laid-back charm. Tucson International is Southern Arizona’s busiest airport. Adjacent Ryan Field serves Tucson charter flights, and Marana Regional is often an appealing option for visitors staying on the city’s north side.
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