Birmingham, Alabama Jet Charters
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A city of strength and survival, Birmingham is the beating heart of Alabama. With its history in iron production, Birmingham is now a higher education and banking center and a popular destination for executives, students and families. Filled with gorgeous parks and fascinating attractions, as well as some of the best shopping in the country, you’ll want to put this beautiful destination on your list of places to visit in the south. Read more about our private jet charter flights in Birmingham.
Birmingham Jet Charter Information
The largest city in the state of Alabama, Birmingham is a thriving southern center for business, banking, and higher education. A unique and historic city, Birmingham was originally established as an industrial center that focused on mining and railroading. Due to the large mineral deposits near the city, iron and steel production were once primary industries in Birmingham. Known as the Magic City due to its fast growth, Birmingham was actually named after Birmingham, England, the UK’s industrial center, as many of Birmingham’s original settlers were British. Today, Birmingham is home to a number of corporations as well as well-known institutions of higher education including the:
- University of Alabama at Birmingham
- University of Alabama School of Medicine
- University of Alabama School of Dentistry
- Birmingham Southern College
- Birmingham School of Law
- Miles Law School.
Things to Do in Birmingham Alabama
Explore some of Birmingham’s past with a visit to some of its historical landmarks, and take in the city’s beautiful parks, fun family attractions and festivals. Sitting as a tribute to the city’s iron origins is the largest cast-iron statue in the world, that of the Roman god of fire and forge, Vulcan, which sits at the top of the city’s Red Mountain. Get a great view of Birmingham and learn the story of the statue at the Vulcan Museum and Park. A visit to Sloss Furnaces, a national historic site, is another great way to learn about the city’s industrial past. Once a blast furnace, it was the largest pig-iron producer in the world and still stands as it did in the 19th century. Visitors can also learn about Alabama’s struggles during the Civil Rights movement in the 1950s and 60s at the Civil Rights Institute, a multimedia, interpretive museum and research center. For family attractions, the Birmingham Zoo is a must-stop to see the elephants, lions and hundreds of other animals plus exhibits and kids’ activities, while the McWane Science Center features an IMAX theater and interactive exhibits, including a space center and dinosaur fossils. For more serene pleasures, visit the beautiful Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Located at the foot of Red Mountain, this 62-acre space features numerous plant and floral displays, outdoor sculptures as well as a library, art gallery, café and events. Birmingham is also home to a number of shopping centers, antique stores, art galleries, factory outlets, specialty shops and upscale boutiques, as well as many fine dining eating establishments.
How to Book Charter Flights to Birmingham
Booking Birmingham charter flights is one of the most convenient and comfortable ways of travelling to this gorgeous southern city. A Stratos Jet Charters’ private flight advisor can help coordinate all the details of Birmingham private jet charter and facilitate the transactions to ensure a stress-free experience. In addition to your own dedicated private flight advisor, flying privately means you have access to more private airports for convenient departure and arrival locations, and are able to select flexible departure times as well. With access to more than 5,000 available aircraft, our knowledgeable private aviation consultants will help you determine the appropriate private aircraft for your flight to Birmingham.
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Birmingham Jet Charter Airports
Whether visiting for business or pleasure, you can experience a safe landing at Birmingham-Shuttleworth International (BHM) Airport, which is located 5 miles northeast of the city center. While there, why not visit the Southern Museum of Flight, which is located on the east side of the north–south runway. Located 63 miles southwest of Birmingham is Tuscaloosa Regional Airport (TCL), while Auburn University Regional Airport is located 106 miles southeast of the city.