Vermont

Private Jet Charter to Vermont

Vermont is wholly unique. It’s the only landlocked New England state. The capital, Montpelier, is the least populous state capital. Vermont partially abolished slavery almost a century before Lincoln did. And in 1880, Vermont women were allowed to vote, 40 years ahead of women in any other state. The state is home to several plant and animal species unique to the region. Linguists have found a distinct Vermont accent not heard anywhere else in New England. Once, quarrying, dairy products and timber drove the economy. Now Vermont’s economy is based on services and tourism, in their own unique way, of course.

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625,000

Population

Montpelier

State capital

Financial and health services, tourism

Major industry

N/A

Miles of beaches

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Vermont Destinations

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

Vermont Destinations

Vermont is the state for all-season outdoor activities. Always proud of its natural splendor, Vermont has invested in providing something for everyone. Like the Burlington Bike Path along Lake Champlain. Or the Stowe Recreational Path, perfect for bikes or cross-country skis, depending on the season. You could hike The Long Trail, or enjoy some serene kayaking on Lake Champlain. Prefer indoor activities? Check out the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, or the funky boutiques, craft beers and diverse foodie experiences in Burlington.

Things to Do in Vermont

Vermont boasts tours for every interest - craft breweries, Seqway tours, snowmobile tours, rock-climbing adventures, and schooner cruises, to name a few. Discover Vermont’s amazing history at the Calvin Coolidge Homestead, or visit Naulahka, Rudyard Kipling’s house. Yes, the very British Nobel Laureate wrote “The Jungle Book” in Vermont. Do you love to shop? The Burlington Farmer’s Market features the best local crafts and products. The Ziemke Glass Blowing Studio in Waterbury is first-rate. And no sweet tooth can resist a visit to one of the many maple sugar shacks, or the Lake Champlain Chocolates Factory tour. Other popular places to visit in Vermont include:

  • The Shelburne Museum, Vermont history, Shelburne
  • Ski the Stowe Mountain Resort, Stowe
  • Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream factory tour, Waterbury
  • Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, Vergennes
  • Family-friendly ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, Burlington
  • Above Reality Balloon Rides, Essex Junction
  • Queen City Ghostwalk Tours, Burlington
  • ArborTrek Canopy Adventure ziplines, Jeffersonville
  • Sunset schooner cruise, Whistling Man Schooner Co, Burlington
  • Champlain Orchards and Cidery, Shoreham

Vermont Jet Charter Information

With access to a variety of primary, city and regional airports, Stratos Jet Charters can help you plan Vermont charter flights to just about anywhere in the state. Our knowledgeable agents can help you plan all the details. Whether you’re flying by yourself, or with a group of 200, we’ll find the plane suited to your requirements, and have it ready 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 jet charter industry’s network of certified pilots to get you to your destination in the safest and most efficient manner possible.  

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