Augusta, Georgia Jet Charters
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Located on the picturesque Savannah River, Augusta is the second largest city in Georgia and is renowned for hosting the first major PGA tournament of the year, The Masters. Enjoy southern hospitality and visit Augusta’s historic downtown, art museums, and the statue of the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, who once called the city home. Make sure to walk along the riverfront or go on a fishing or boat charter to savor all this beautiful city has to offer.Read more about private jet charter flights in Augusta
Augusta jet charter information
Located on the Savannah River on the Georgia-South Carolina border, Augusta is one of the larger metro areas in Georgia. Augusta served as the state capital from 1785 until 1795, and has many historically significant homes and buildings. It is also the home of The Masters golf tournament, which is played annually the first full week of April at the Augusta National Golf Club. Part of the PGA Tour and one of the four major championships in professional golf, The Masters attracts thousands of spectators wanting to see who will birdie their way to the coveted green jacket.
Things to Do in Augusta
Besides the incredible pine straw laden private Augusta National Golf Course, home of The Masters, Augusta offers some other excellent links. They include:
- Forest Hills
- The River
- Augusta Municipal
- Gordon Lakes
- Goshen Plantation Golf Club
- Pointe South
If golfing isn’t your thing, why not explore downtown Augusta, home to amazing shopping areas, restaurants and nightlife along with historic and culturally stimulating museums and galleries. Here you’ll find the Augusta Museum of History as well as other historical and cultural attractions such as the:
- Augusta Cotton Exchange Building, established in 1872
- Boyhood home of Woodrow Wilson (28th president of the United States)
- Morris Museum of Art and Jessye Norman Amphitheater
- Springfield Baptist Church, the oldest African-American church in the US
- The Augusta Common and James Brown Statue
- Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art
- Artists Row, a row of historical buildings that are home to a collection of art galleries, coffee houses, books stores and more
The Augusta Canal National Heritage Area, which has been in operation since 1845, offers walking trails as well and fishing and boat tours. Just up river is the Riverwalk, a downtown city park along the Savannah River.
How to Book Charter Flights to Augusta
Specialists in booking Augusta charter flights, Stratos Jet Charters’ aviation consultants are available 24/7 to begin planning your charter flight and to answer any potential questions that may arise. At Stratos, we not only arrange your Augusta private jet charter, we can organize every aspect of your travel day so it’s a stress-free experience. Our Trip Support department will take care of all of the little details so you can just sit back and enjoy the ride.
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Augusta Jet Charter Airports
For passengers arriving on an Augusta private jet to Georgia, there are two centrally located airports to choose from, including Daniel Field Airport (DNL), a public and city-owned airport which is located just one nautical mile west of the central business district of Augusta. Another option is Augusta Regional Airport at Bush Field (AGS), which is located seven miles south of Augusta.