Louisiana

Private Jet Charter to Louisiana

Though many languages are spoken in Louisiana, there is no Official State Language. Citizens have the right “to preserve, foster and promote their respective historic, linguistic and cultural origins”. But, to everyone else, the universal languages in Louisiana are Food and Music. Both are a spicy mix of African, Creole, Acadian and Isleño cultures, overlapping, borrowing from each other and re-inventing themselves. It’s true of the whole state – it’s a fusion, always evolving.

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4.6 Million

Population

Baton Rouge

State capital

Shipping, Fishing, Tourism

Major industry

400

Miles of beaches

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Louisiana Destinations

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Search our Louisiana airport directory for airport codes, runway information, available charter aircraft and FBO Information as well as empty leg jet charters in Louisiana.

Louisiana Destinations

New Orleans is Louisiana’s largest city, with tours for every taste. Plantation tours, bayou tours, jazz tours, ghost tours, cocktail tours and more. Want family fun? Check out Zoosiana in Broussard, featuring over 750 animals. Want after-hours fun? Discover your new favorite blues, R&B, and jazz bands in one of the dozens of New Orleans live music clubs. If military history intrigues you, visit the destroyer USS Kidd, in Baton Rouge. If you prefer weird history, don’t miss the tomb of voodoo priestess Marie Laveau. That’s Louisiana for you…diverse, unusual, and unpredictable.

Things to Do in Louisiana

Louisiana is like some of the spicy foods found within local restaurants. It’s overwhelming at first, but if you pace yourself, you’ll enjoy it. The state is rich in history. You could explore every era, from the Tunica-Biloxi Native American Pow-Wow in Marksvile to the futuristic Louisiana Art and Science Planetarium in Baton Rouge. Of course, Louisiana is the home of Dixieland, Zydeco, and Blues music, with festivals, museums and venues devoted to feeding your soul. Need some quiet? Experience the wetlands and bayous, a natural paradise for bird-watchers. Louisiana seems to take pride in surprising you at every turn. Other popular places to visit in Louisiana include:
  • Segway tours of the French Quarter, New Orleans.
  • Tabasco Visitor Center and Pepper Sauce Factory, Avery Island
  • Watch golf pros compete at the Chitimacha Open, Lafayette
  • Mardi Gras, (You may have heard of it.) New Orleans
  • Beaches at Fountainebleu State Park, Mandeville
  • Steamboat Natchez dinner jazz cruise, New Orleans
  • Sample Bayou Rum at Louisiana Spirits Distillery, Lacassine
  • Nottoway Mansion, 53,000 sq. feet of opulence, White Castle
  • Authentic Cajun gumbo at Dempsey’s, Baton Rouge
  • Visit Gators & Friends Petting Zoo, Greenwood
  • Fort Jackson, built in 1822, Port Sulphur

 Louisiana Jet Charter Information

With access to numerous primary, city and regional airports, Stratos Jet Charters can help you plan Louisiana charter flights to just about any destination to the state. Our experienced agents can help plan all the details. Whether you’re flying alone or with a group of 200, we’ll find an aircraft suited to your requirements. We have access to more than 5,000 aircraft, including turbo-prop planes, light charter jets and charter airliners. Plus, we’ll also search the private jet charter industry’s network of certified and experienced pilots to get you to your destination safely and efficiently.
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