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J Lynn Helms Sevier County Airport Private Jet Charter Flights and Air Charter Service

Located in southwest Arkansas near the Oklahoma border is the unassuming city of De Queen. 

The county seat of Sevier County, De Queen is home to just under 7,000 residents. Named for the Dutch merchant and railway financier Jan de Goeijen, De Queen is surrounded by beautiful lakes, rivers and national parks, making the small city a favorite amongst outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. Here, in the heart of rural Arkansas, you’re free to hunt, fish and hike to your heart’s content.

Despite its rural location, De Queen is nearby many large cities, such as Little Rock and Texarkana. Even Dallas, Texas and Shreveport, Louisiana are accessible by car, making a day trip to these two iconic cities a must-do for anyone spending more than a week in De Queen.

When you fly to a jet charter airport in De Queen, Arkansas, you’ll arrive at the J Lynn Helms Sevier County Airport. This county-owned, public-use airport is located only three miles from De Queen, making it the perfect starting point for your Arkansas adventure. 

After checking into your hotel, head into the natural beauty of Arkansas and hike the DeSoto Bluff Trail. For those willing to go a little further afield, the Crater of Diamonds in Murfreesboro is a great way to experience something unique only found in this corner of the United States. Here, at the diamond field, try your hand at mining for diamonds. Don’t have your own tools? Don’t worry. Tools are available for purchase and for rent right on site. 

Aircraft Available At J Lynn Helms Sevier County Airport

The aircraft below are operated by Part 135 Air Carriers based at De Queen, and have been screened through Stratos Jets Approved Vendor Program to ensure safety. Please contact us at (888) 593-9066 for a quote on a charter flight from De Queen.

Beechcraft King Air 200

Charter King Air 200 Turboprop Flights Many in the civilian aviation industry consider the Beechcraft King Air 200 series to be the best ever built by the American-based company.

Seats
7
Speed
333 mph
Range
2614
Price (per hour)
$2,340-$5,070

Eclipse 500

Eclipse 500 Jet Charter Revolutionary for its time, the Eclipse 500 is a private plane that sets the standard in the very light jet class.

Seats
4
Speed
425 mph
Range
1295
Price (per hour)
$3,575-$4,420

Lear 40XR

Lear 40XR Charter Jet Information The Lear 40XR charter jet is widely regarded as one of the best aircraft available in the light jet market segment.

Seats
6
Speed
489 mph
Range
1861
Price (per hour)
$3,770-$6,175

Citation VII

Citation VII Jet Charter Citation VII luxury jets provide proven all-around performance in the mid-size charter jet class.

Seats
7
Speed
507 mph
Range
1823
Price (per hour)

Legacy 500

When Brazilian aerospace conglomerate Embraer introduced the highly anticipated Legacy 500 jet charter in late 2014, it set a new benchmark for what a midsize jet should be in terms of performance and cabin comfort.

Seats
8
Speed
536 mph
Range
3125
Price (per hour)
$7,670-$12,025

Embraer Legacy 650

Embraer Legacy 650 Jet Charter Information Some corporate executives liken the Embraer Legacy 650 jet charter to an office headquarters in the sky.

Seats
13
Speed
502 mph
Range
4488
Price (per hour)
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Runway Information for J Lynn Helms Sevier County Airport

The J Lynn Helms Sevier County Airport has multiple runways. To arrange a private jet charter flight at De Queen contact Stratos Jet Charters at (888) 593-9066

ID Length Width Surface Condition Elevation
08/26500175AsphaltGood349

Hourly rates for private jets in De Queen

To arrange an air charter flight from De Queen, call (888) 593-9066

  • Turbo-Props: 1800-3900/hr
  • Light Jets 2900-4750/hr
  • Mid-Size Jets 4800-6750/hr
  • Heavy Jets Call for Pricing
  • Airliners Call for Pricing

Other Private Jet Charter Airports near De Queen

  • Type: AIRPORT
  • Airport FAA Code:DEQ
  • State: Arkansas
  • City: De Queen
  • Owned By: Sevier County
  • Address: 115 N. 3rd Street Dequeen, Ar 71832
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