Boston Private Jet Charter Flights
Charter a Jet to Boston Massachusetts
We've Been Providing Luxury Private Travel Solutions in Boston for More than a Decade.
Chartering private planes to Boston, Massachusetts with Stratos Jet Charters gives travelers an opportunity to visit one of the oldest and most culturally significant cities in America. The city and its residents played a vital role in the colonial era, with early settlers helping shape and influence the country’s views toward the British Crown.
This makes sense because many of the events that occurred in Boston Massachusetts, like the Stamp Act and the Boston Massacre, eventually led to America seeking independence from British law. Boston is often referred to as the Cradle of Liberty.
Whether you’re chartering private planes to Boston for business or pleasure (or perhaps a bit of both), Stratos Jets is renowned as a leader in the air charter service industry. With access to thousands of safety-audited aircraft, we will locate the best-situated private jets to offer you the ultimate in air travel:
Our talented charter agents, working in conjunction with our Trip Support department, will tailor your charter service to Boston so that it fits perfectly with your schedule and air travel preferences.
To obtain a quote or book private jets to Boston, Massachusetts, contact Stratos Jets directly at 888.478.7286
Private Jets That Match Your Needs
Using our extensive network of prescreened private jet aircraft, Stratos Jet Charters has access to a range of different operators and private jet types:
- Light jets
- Mid-size jets
- Heavy charter jets
- Charter airliners
Within each class, we’ll choose a charter jet based on a number of criteria:
- Flight distance
- Number of passengers
- Client timelines
- Requested amenities
By working through the fine details, we’ll find the best available aircraft for those traveling to on private charter flights in the Greater Boston Area.
Your Safety Is Our Top Priority
Client safety and satisfaction are the cornerstones on which Stratos Jets is built. With every private jet that we utilize for charter flights, we ensure it has been thoroughly inspected using the most stringent safety standards in the industry.
Certified by both the WYVERN and ARGUS safety audit programs, Stratos Jets provides third-party audits on all FAR Part 135 jet charters to Boston to verify that each of our vendors is in full compliance with these. Whenever we partner with an operator, we do our homework to ensure they have:
- Strong operational background
- Financial stability
- Appropriate pilot experience
- Insurance levels
- FAR Part 135 certification
- Proper industry certification (WYVERN and ARGUS)
We do all this to provide our clients peace of mind. Whenever you book private planes to Boston with Stratos, you know you’ll be flying in safely and comfortably.
A Different Approach to Flight Planning
Our clients expect an extraordinary level of customer service, and we’re happy to oblige. We provide this by handling all of the little details so all you have to worry about is packing your suitcase (our Trip Support team will even make sure you get to the airport on time by arranging ground transfers).
At Stratos, we work a little differently than most jet charter companies. Instead of lumping all of the flight planning details onto one agent, we share the workload.
The first person you’ll likely deal with when you contact Stratos is one of our charter agents. Some of their main duties include:
- Sourcing the best-positioned jet for your needs
- Arranging a travel schedule
- Ensuring operator meets Stratos’ Approved Vendor Program requirements
After that, Stratos Trip Support takes over. These highly trained specialists work directly with clients and charter agents to ensure the proper organization and execution of every air charter service we book. Some of Trip Support’s responsibilities include:
- Answering client queries
- Arranging additional concierge services
- Planning menus and in-flight catering
Private Jet Airports in Boston, Massachusetts
With its rich history, Boston has become one of the most traveled destinations in all of America. It is estimated that 12 million people travel to Boston annually to visit many of the historic sites. For this reason, General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (FAA ID: KBOS) is one of America's largest and busiest airports.
For those seeking private planes to Boston, Massachusetts, there are several regional airports that serve as convenient alternatives for their charter flights. For instance, Beverly Municipal Airport (FAA ID: KBVY) is north of Boston, while Laurence G. Hanscom Field (KBED) is just to the west of the city and the Norwood Memorial Airport (KOWD) is located just south of downtown Boston. Each of these airports is equipped to handle charter planes to Boston.
Things to do in Boston, Massachusetts
When you charter private planes to Boston for vacation, consider touring some of the historic sites and buildings of Colonial America or touring the Freedom Trail. The Freedom Trail is a self-guided walking trail throughout the heart of Boston and points out 16 historical sites in the city. is among the tour sites and is one of Boston’s oldest buildings, dating back to 1740. Forbes Magazine rates it as the fourth most visited tourist site in America. Boston is also home to the oldest college in America: Harvard.
Of course, historical attractions aren’t the only thing Boston is noted for. It boasts some of the premier sporting teams and events in the country. The Boston Red Sox, who won the Major League Baseball World Series in 2004 and again in 2007, play in the oldest stadium in America, Fenway Park, located in downtown Boston.
The NFL’s New England Patriots have a few recent national titles of their own, winning three Super Bowls in four years (2001, 2003 and 2004). They did it again in 2014. Meanwhile, the Boston Bruins claimed the Stanley Cup in 2011.
Where to stay in Boston
Boston also offers many world-class hotels. Some of our favorites include: