Utah Private Jet Charters

Utah has always been about vision. It attracts people who see the potential in the rugged landscape. The Navajo saw it as a good place to raise crops. The Spanish explored it for Cibola, the legendary City of Gold. And the early Mormons saw it as a place to practice their faith unhindered. Utah went through a tumultuous growth to statehood, emerging as one of Forbes’ “Best States for Business”. Energy and mining have always been strong, but now information technologies and high-tech manufacturing are also driving the economy.

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3.1 Million


Salt Lake City

State capital

Mining, Ranching and Tourism

Major industry


Miles of beaches

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Utah Destinations

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

Utah Destinations

Travelers visit Utah for a wide number of reasons. Some come for conferences and networking opportunities at universities in Salt Lake City or Logan. Others want to experience the Old West at dude ranches, pioneer trails and rodeos. And many come to see the iconic landscapes. The movie “Stagecoach” was filmed in Utah in 1939, launching John Wayne and Monument Valley into popular culture. Almost sixty movies have been filmed in Utah since, but even the best cinematography cannot do justice to vistas that will take your breath away.

Things to Do in Utah

Utah is home to five national parks, a testament to its stunning natural beauty. It’s a paradise for cyclists, hikers, walkers, kayakers and even skiers. Yes, skiers. Utah boasts 14 ski resorts, mostly in the Provo area. If you prefer urban experiences, Utah is happy to oblige. Salt Lake City is home the NBA Utah Jazz, and Major League Soccer Real Salt Lake. Explore Utah’s past in the Natural History Museum of Utah. Young explorers can take in the St. George Children’s Museum, or go stargazing at RedRock Astronomy, near Moab. Other popular places to visit in Utah include:
  • The Red Cliffs, Zion National Park
  • Utah Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Ogden
  • Kayak Lake Powell Hidden Canyon, Glen Canyon Recreation Area
  • Explore ancient petroglyphs, Nine Mile Canyon
  • Treehouse Children’s Museum, Ogden
  • Hell’s Revenge Off-Road 4x4 Adventures, Moab
  • Temple Square and the Mormon Tabernacle, Salt Lake City
  • Timpanogos Cave National Monument, American Fork
  • See the warbirds at Hill Aerospace Museum, Ogden

Utah Jet Charter Information

With access to numerous international, city and regional airports, Stratos Jet Charters can help you plan Utah charter flights to just about anywhere in the state. Our experienced agents can help you plan all the details of your trip. Whether you’re flying with a family group or with 200 colleagues, we’ll find an aircraft suited to your requirements. Stratos has access to more than 5,000 aircraft, including turbo-props, light jets and charter airliners. We’ll also search the jet charter industry’s network of certified and experienced pilots to get you to your destination safely and professionally.
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