Maine Private Jet Charters

Maine is the easternmost state, a gorgeous place, but tough on colonists. The French arrived in 1604, the English in 1607. Both started colonies, which struggled with the rugged climate. Maine eventually gained statehood in 1820, but is still the least densely-populated state east of the Mississippi. About 83% of the Pine Tree State is still forested. Not surprisingly, Maine is known for shipbuilding and paper manufacturing. Fishing has always been strong, but now, other products are springing up like blueberries. Literally…blueberries! Maine grows ninety-one million pounds of blueberries, the most of any state. If only the colonists could survive on blueberries.

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1.3 Million



State capital

Shipbuilding, Paper Products

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Miles of beaches

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Maine Destinations

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

Maine Destinations

Maine is perfect for visitors who love being outdoors. See some of the oldest and most unique lighthouses in America. Hike Cadillac Mountain, or kayak Somes Sound, both in Acadia National Park. Or just go for a road-trip, stopping to enjoy amazing ocean views, charming communities, and of course, fresh local lobster. If you prefer indoor activities, check out the Maritime Museum in Bath, or the boutiques, craft beers and diverse dining experiences in Bangor.

Things to Do in Maine

Maine features tours for every interest – lighthouses, craft breweries, rock-climbing, and schooner cruises, to name a few. Discover the other Fort Knox, a 150 year-old granite coastal fortification. (No gold here. That’s Fort Knox Kentucky.) Or visit the Winslow Homer house, custom-built with a stunning balcony, where the artist set up his easel every morning. And every Stephen King fan knows that Bangor is the inspiration for King’s fictional town of Derry, featured in several novels. Take a goose-bump-inducing tour, if you dare! Or browse, and enjoy Maine at your own pace. You’ll find every shopping experience, from seaside craft markets to the 120-store Freeport Outlets, including the L.L. Bean flagship store. Other popular places to visit in Maine include:
  • The Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay
  • The Annual Yarmouth Clam Festival, mid-July, Yarmouth
  • White-water rafting, Kennebec River
  • Over 180 maple syrup houses throughout the state
  • Narrow Gauge Railroad Company & Museum, Portland
  • Bar Harbor Ghost Tours, Bar Harbor
  • Wadsworth-Longfellow House, Portland
  • Cruise on the schooner American Eagle, Rockland
  • Tide pools, Acadia National Park
  • Visit Red’s Eats, unpretentious and top-rated lobster shack, Wiscasset
  • Cycle Mt Desert Island, Acacia National Park

Maine Jet Charter Information

With access to a variety of primary, commercial, city and regional airports, Stratos Jet Charters can help you plan Maine charter flights to just about anywhere to and from the state. Our knowledgeable, friendly and experienced agents can help you plan all the travel details. Whether you’re flying by yourself, or with 200 friends, we’ll find a plane suited to your requirements, and will be available when you need to depart. We have access to more than 5,000 aircraft, including turbo prop planes, 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 safest and most efficient manner possible.
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