Kentucky

Private Jet Charter to Kentucky

Originally part of Virginia, Kentucky joined the union in1792. Depending who you ask, “Kentucky” either means “on the meadow” or “land of our fathers”. The Bluegrass State is fine with both. It’s the only state with rivers on three borders, with the most complex stream systems in the nation. Above ground, Kentucky is known for its bourbon, horse-racing, and, of course, bluegrass music. Below ground, Kentucky boasts some of the richest coalfields in America, and the world’s largest natural cave system. Coal is still crucial, but now auto manufacturing, bourbon, and uranium are becoming the economic leaders.

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4.5 Million

Population

Frankfort

State capital

Aerospace

Major industry

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Miles of beaches

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Kentucky Destinations

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Kentucky Destinations

Louisville is Kentucky’s largest city, with everything a visitor would expect, from zoos and museums, to a popular Bourbon Trail tour! Of course, Louisville is also known for the queen of equestrian events, the Annual Kentucky Derby, held every May. The horses race in Louisville, but they are raised near Lexington, the self-proclaimed “Horse Capital of the World.” Equestrian events go from April to October. Not a horse person? Kentucky boasts winery tours, cave tours, paddleboard tours, bike tours and, of course, horseback tours.

Things to Do in Kentucky

From the banks of the Mississippi to heights of Black Mountain in the Appalachians, you’ll find nearly every landscape feature imaginable in Kentucky. As the 15th state, Kentucky is steeped in history. You can see Daniel Boone’s trail, Lincoln’s birthplace, the Harriet Beecher Stowe Museum, Civil War battle sites, and parts of the Civil Rights Trail. Of course, Kentucky is the home of Bluegrass Music, with festivals, museums and venues devoted to keeping your toes tapping. Or experience the cutting-edge technology with a tour of Toyota Kentucky, the world’s largest Toyota plant. Kentucky is a year-round state for visitors, without the extreme cold of northern states, nor the high heat of the states in the Deep South. Other popular places to visit in Kentucky include:
  • Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Park, Hodgenville
  • The 16-Course Kentucky State Park Golf Trail, statewide
  • Wild Turkey Distillery Tours, Lawrenceburg
  • Lost River Cave Tours, Bowling Green
  • Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, Louisville
  • Full-size Noah’s Ark Replica, Hebron
  • Muhammad Ali Center, Louisville
  • Mammoth Cave National Park, Mammoth Cave
  • My Old Kentucky Home State Park, Bardstown
  • Waverly Hills (Haunted) Sanatorium, Louisville
  • Daniel Boone National Forest, Eastern Kentucky

 Kentucky Jet Charter Information

With access to a variety of primary, city and regional airports, Stratos Jet Charters can help you plan Kentucky charter flights to just about any destination to and from the state. Our experienced agents can help plan all the details. No matter whether you’re flying with a few friends or a group of 200, we’ll find a plane suited to your requirements. Stratos has access to more than 5,000 aircraft, including turbo prop planes, light charter jets and charter airliners, we’ll also comb the private jet charter industry’s network of certified and experienced pilots to get you to your destination in the safest and most efficient manner possible.
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