Kansas

Private Jet Charter to Kansas

Kansas has always attracted dreamers. People who see the vast prairie for what it is, and what it can be. Nomadic bison hunters saw it as a hunting ground. The Spanish explored it for gold, the French took it for strategic reasons, and the Republic of Texas held it as extra property until 1848. Kansas went through a turbulent growth to statehood, emerging as one of the most productive agricultural states in the nation. Wheat, corn, soybeans and sorghum thrive in Kansas. Moreover, pioneer spirit thrives there. Kansas now looks skyward as aviation and aeronautics begin to drive the economy.

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3 Million

Population

Topeka

State capital

Aerospace

Major industry

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Miles of beaches

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Kansas Destinations

Home to 3 million people, Kansas is home to both the Old West and the New Frontiers of Aviation.  Even if you’ve never visited before, you know the names from the Wild West days: Wild Bill Hickock, Wyatt Earp, Dodge City and the Chisolm Trail. Pure Kansas - a mixture of legend and history. When Kansas became the 34th state in 1861, it chose the ambitious Latin motto, “Ad astra per ardua”, (“To the stars through effort”). For most of the 20th Century, that meant the challenges of farming. Now, it means the opportunities of natural gas, aviation, and tourism.

Things to Do in Kansas

“There’s no place like home” says Dorothy at the end of the Wizard of Oz. There’s no place like Kansas either. It’s the crossroads of America, with historic sites dedicated to the Lewis and Clark Trail, The Pony Express Trail and the Santa Fe Trail, among others. You can enjoy everything from fishing in pristine lakes to taking in a NASCAR race at the Kansas City Speedway. Other popular places to visit in Kansas include:
  • The Oz Museum in Wamego
  • Kayak the Arkansas River, starting at Burley Bend
  • Boot Hill museum in Old Dodge City
  • The “Little Apple”, Manhattan Kansas
  • Mid-America Air Museum, Liberal
  • The Big Well, the U.S.’s largest hand-dug well, Greensburg
  • Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum, Atchison
  • Strataca Salt Mine Tour, 650 feet below Hutchinson
  • Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead, Overland Park

Kansas Jet Charter Information

With access to numerous city and regional airports, Stratos Jet Charters can help you plan Kansas charter flights to just about any destination in the state. Our knowledgeable and experienced agents can help plan all the details of your trip. Whether you’re flying with a close group or with an ensemble of 200, we’ll find a plane suited to your requirements. We’ll be available when you need to depart. We have access to more than 5,000 aircraft, including turbo-props, light charter jets and charter airliners. We’ll also search the private jet charter industry’s network of certified and experienced pilots to get you to your destination in the safely and efficiently.
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