Boise, Idaho Jet Charters
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Private Jet Charter Flights to/from Boise
Despite being on the cusp of the Plains, Boise is far from being flat. It’s surrounded by stunning forest and mountain and is also one of the greenest cities in the US, both in the environmental and geographic sense. A center for high-tech industry and manufacturing, Boise boasts numerous parks and is the perfect place for a bike ride or stroll along the 25-mile Boise River Greenbelt. Make sure to bring your sturdy hiking shoes. Read more about private jet charter flights in Boise
Boise jet charter information
Ranked as one of the most livable cities in the US, Boise is the state capital and most populous city in Idaho. A picturesque city in the Treasure Valley, Boise is spanned by the Boise Mountains and the Sawtooth and Boise National Forests, making it an ideal location for outdoor pursuits such as fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and skiing. The major commercial center in the Midwest, Boise’s industries, which span from technology to manufacturing, are active and crucial to the surrounding region's economy. While Boise State University is the main economic driver for the region, other top employers include:
- Micron Technology
- HP (printer division)
- Ore-Ida Foods
Things to Do in Boise
If you're just visiting Boise, hike or bike the Boise River Greenbelt, which has more than 25 miles of trails along the banks of the Boise River. More of a greenway than a greenbelt as it is linear in character, the tree-lined trails lead through downtown Boise to connecting neighborhoods as well as Lucky Peak State Recreation Area. You can go even further off the beaten path by visiting the Boise National Forest, which covers 2,203,703 acres of land underlying the Idaho Batholith. The park features both whitewater and flatwater boating, cabin rentals, and 1,300 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and motorized off-road vehicle use. If the weather isn’t cooperating, why not take a tour of the Old Idaho Penitentiary, a state historic site that was a functional prison from 1872 to 1973. Here you can learn about daring escape attempts, executions, and other scandals. A visit to the Egyptian Theatre is another must-do indoor activity. It is an impeccably restored Art Deco theater and home to Opera Idaho performances, the Gene Harris Jazz Festival, and other theatrical shows. One of Boise’s better-known neighborhoods, Hyde Park has quaint shops, charming eateries and beautiful homes for viewing.
How to Book Charter Flights to Boise
Travel by Boise private jet charter in elevated comfort and luxury when you contact Stratos Jet Charters. Flying privately ensures you spend less time waiting in lines and more time enjoying your ultimate destination. Fly into the airport of your choice and depart at the time that best fits your busy schedule. A knowledgeable Stratos private flight advisor has access to more than 5,000 available private aircraft and will share their industry expertise to book you the appropriate private plane and secure the best possible rates for your Boise charter flights.
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Boise Jet Charter Airports
Those doing business or who want to visit the Greenbelt can fly by Boise private jet charter to Idaho and land at Boise Air Terminal/Gowen Field (BOI). The largest airport in Idaho, Boise Air Terminal is located only 3.9 miles south of the city center. For those who want to do some skiing in the Idaho resort town of Sun Valley, you can fly to Friedman Memorial Airport (SUN), which is 100 miles east of Boise.