Hawaii Private Jet Charters
Hawaii’s 750-mile coastline offers an abundance of beaches. But here, you’re not limited to the typical golden sands that line most shores. In Hawaii, you can also marvel at the rich black sands of Punaluu Beach or plant your blanket in the glimmering red sands of Kaihalulu Beach. You could even feel the green sands of Papakolea Beach between your toes, an opportunity available at only three other destinations on the planet.
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This welcoming tropical paradise is the perfect destination to relax, recharge, or maybe even redirect your future.
Things to Do in Hawaii
While Hawaii may be most famous for its fabulous beaches and surfing culture, there are plenty of other breathtaking sights to see and adventures to discover in this tropical paradise. Travel across the islands, and you’ll find a new and spectacular sight around every winding corner. Hawaii’s beautiful scenery is ideally explored at any of the islands 50 State and National parks, where you can discover everything from lush valleys, gushing waterfalls, and colorful botanical gardens, to black lava fields, and fiery hot volcanos!
Visiting Hawaii is also about adventure and you’ll want to include a few of these activities on your trip.
- Snorkeling and scuba diving
- Paddleboarding and surfing
- Whale and dolphin watching
- Hiking and biking
- ATV jungle tours
- Helicopter tours
- Waterfall rappelling and zip-lining
Hawaii also boasts a fascinating culture that is expressed through music, language, art, dance, and cuisine. While on the Islands be sure to take time to visit the many cultural and heritage sites of Hawaii. Each island has a variety of unique places to see including museums, historical sites like Pearl Harbour, Lighthouses, historic villages, the Polynesian Cultural Center, and other Luau venues and hula performances.
Hawaii Jet Charter Information
Stratos has access to 14 airports across the eight islands making up the state of Hawaii, and we can arrange inter-island charter flights to help make traveling hassle-free. Some of our most sought-after Hawaii charter flight destinations include:
Honolulu is home to Oahu’s southern shore and the state capital, Honolulu. Here you can visit battleships and submarines that now serving as memorial museums and pay your respects to those who were lost during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Lanai allows you access to the Garden of the Gods and a hike through a winding trail leading to the peak of Lanai-hale Volcano.
Hana is home to red sandy beaches and the infamous Makahiku Falls. You might also want to consider renting a cabin at Waianapanapa State Park where you can spend your nights walking along black sandy beaches.
Kalaupapa is a great place to take a guided tour through the community where you’ll learn about its history and view examples of nature at its finest. Don't forget to check out the R.W Meyer Sugar Mill, for a glimpse of how cane sugar was produced long ago!
Kauai offers picturesque scenery, pristine beaches, and lush landscapes.
Kahului is quite possibly the best-kept secret in Hawaii. Here you’ll experience life in Hawaii at a slower pace Maui: Is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands. It’s beautiful beaches and vibrant nightlife make Maui an unforgettable experience.
How much does it cost to charter a flight to Hawaii?
The cost of booking a Hawaii jet charter depends on both your departure location and the size of aircraft you prefer. For example, a super-mid-sized jet, like the Falcon 50, costs $4,950 - $6,050 per hour. If you prefer to fly on a heavy jet, like a Gulfstream GIV-SP, you'd be looking at spending $9,150 to $10,950 per hour. However, if you're looking for a more economical way to make the trip, ask your private flight advisor about empty leg charters. These deeply discounted flights occur when an aircraft has to fly from one location to another without passengers. Operators sometimes offer discounted flights to offset the cost of flying empty. These flights are perfect for cost-conscious travelers that want to save money while enjoying all the luxuries only private aviation can provide.