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Private Jet Charter to Tennessee

The original meaning of the word “Tennessee” is unknown. Some experts think it is Cherokee for “meeting place” or “winding river”. Tennessee is fine with either. When Tennessee joined the union in 1796, it chose the all-encompassing motto, “Agriculture and Commerce”. The Agriculture was cotton and cattle. The Commerce was textiles, and now, high-tech manufacturing. Of course, the best-known state export is Music. Nashville and Memphis are synonymous with country music, the blues, rockabilly and Elvis. You’ll be humming to yourself as you explore this amazing state.

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6.7 Million

Population

Nashville

State capital

Agribusiness, Manufacturing and Tourism

Major industry

N/A

Miles of beaches

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Tennessee Destinations

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

Tennessee Destinations

Tennessee’s a good neighbor, sharing borders with eight other states. It’s like other places, while still maintaining its unique charm. Nashville is Tennessee’s largest city, with everything a visitor would expect, from zoos and museums, to the Grand Old Opry itself! Memphis, the second-largest city, has bragging rights too. It’s home to The National Civil Rights Museum, and also Elvis Presley’s tomb at Graceland. Not an Elvis fan? Tennessee boasts brewery tours, plantation tours, bike tours and, of course, distillery tours.

Things to Do in Tennessee

From the banks of the Tennessee River to the heights of the Appalachians, you’ll find nearly every landscape imaginable in Tennessee. As the 16th state, Tennessee also has a rich history. You can see Davy Crockett’s birthplace, the Shiloh National Military Park, and the National Civil Right Museum. Of course, Tennessee is the home to country, blues, and rockabilly music, with performances, festivals, and museums devoted to keeping music-lovers happy. Or experience what was once classified at Oak Ridge, the “secret city” that was built to support wartime atomic research. Tennessee is a year-round state for visitors, without the snowy cold of northern states, nor the high heat of the states in the Deep South. Other popular places to visit in Tennessee include:
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park
  • The Tennessee Aquarium, Chattanooga
  • Jack Daniels Distillery Tours, Lynchburg
  • Dollywood, Dolly Parton’s Amusement Park, Pigeon Forge
  • Ruby Falls, 145-foot high underground waterfall, Chattanooga
  • Graceland, Elvis Presley’s mansion, Memphis
  • The TV Batmobile at the Hollywood Star Cars Museum, Gatlinburg
  • Falls Creek State Park, Spencer
  • Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, Chattanooga (of course!)
  • Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville

 Tennessee Jet Charter Information

With access to a variety of international, primary, city and regional airports, Stratos Jet Charters can help you plan Tennessee charter flights to just about any destination to and from the state. Our friendly, skilled agents can help plan all the details. No matter whether you’re flying with just 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. Of course, we’ll also comb the private jet charter industry’s network of experienced pilots to get you to your destination in the safest and most efficient manner possible.
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