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Private Jet Charter to Wisconsin

Wisconsin holds a marvellous medley of rolling hills, majestically outstretched valleys, and sprawling expanses of open grasslands. Nestled amidst its vast fields and fertile farmland, you’ll also find clusters of bustling city life and readily available business opportunities. Few sites can hold a candle to the bird’s-eye view of the state, but it’s even more incredible from the windows of a private jet.

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5.8 million

Population

Madison

State capital

Agriculture

Major industry

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Miles of beaches

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

Wisconsin Destinations

Whether your travel interests swing to the outdoorsy or foodie, urban or rural, there's a reason to travel to Wisconsin.

Things to Do in Wisconsin

Outdoor adventures in Wisconsin depends on what season you visit. In warmer weather visit a state or local park and explore magnificent waterfalls, mysterious caves, beautiful beaches or pristine national forests. Cyclists can choose from 80 routes on the Rails-to-Trails network, and windsurfers catch wicked swells on Lake Michigan. Winter fun in Wisconsin includes skiing, snowmobiling, ice hiking and more. Travelers also want to visit Wisconsin to taste the famous cheese products, as well as experience the wealth of craft breweries, farmers markets, and buzzing Wisconsin restaurants. Incredible architecture is also abundant, and the Milwaukee Museum of Art is a prime example, consisting of a blend of buildings designed by three legendary architects. The state also boasts a variety of quirky attractions like museums dedicated to mustard, accordions and circuses. There’s even a Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame.

Wisconsin Jet Charter Information

Some of the more popular landing and departure venues for Wisconsin jet charters include:  Milwaukee. Superb shops and decadent dining experiences are only a fraction of the options available in Milwaukee. You’ll also find cruises along the Milwaukee River, the Harley-Davidson Museum, and the Les Paul Experience to name a few. Madison. To the west of Milwaukee, you have Madison, the state’s capital. Art, history, wildlife, and botanical gardens are only a handful of the local attractions available with a food tour spotlighting the city’s history, architecture, and highly touted local culinary talent that’s not to be missed. Green Bay. In Green Bay, you might visit Lambeau Field, spend some time in the casino, and take in the local art and culture. On the other hand, you could spend the day exploring the city’s diverse shopping opportunities and surround yourself with nature to unwind.  Kenosha. Revel in the theater, history, golf, and fishing at your disposal in Kenosha, and be sure to stop by some of the museums and take a ride on the Jelly Belly Express before you leave.
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