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The center of Canadian oil and gas production, Calgary is home to the country’s biggest rodeo and celebrates its sporting history as a former Winter Olympic location and with its famed NHL hockey team, the Calgary Flames. It is also a modern city with numerous shops, attractions and restaurants, from brewpubs to some of best steakhouses this side of the Rockies. So don your best cowboy hat and book charter flights to Calgary for some Canadian Prairie hospitality. Read more about private jet charter flights in Calgary
Calgary jet charter information
Located in southern Alberta, Calgary is the fourth largest populated city in Canada, and one of its wealthiest. Located just east of the Rocky Mountains and near the popular tourist towns of Banff and Lake Louise, Calgary is surrounded by the rolling hills of the Prairies. Its urban center is subdivided into five distinct neighborhoods, while its downtown core is marked by the 626-foot Calgary Tower, as well as the Saddledome Stadium, home of the Calgary Fames NHL hockey team. A hub for some of the world’s energy production, many in the oil and gas industry do business in Calgary. The city’s other main industries include food production and agriculture. In 1988, Calgary became the first Canadian city to host the Winter Olympic Games, and its Olympic Park is still used as a training facility for high performance athletes and is also open to the public, with numerous activities. Of course, Calgary is also home to Canada’s largest rodeo and agricultural fair, the Calgary Stampede.
Things to Do in Calgary
Visitors can learn about Alberta’s early settlers, as well as its Indigenous population at Calgary’s Heritage Park Historical Village. The park features a working sternwheeler, where passengers can cruise along banks of the Glenmore Reservoir, a steam engine train, as well as live historical re-enactments, displays, and Gasoline Alley, a vintage automobile museum. Those booking charter flights to Calgary will also want to visit Olympic Park, just east of the city, where you can try:
- Mountain biking
- Skiing and Snowboarding
- Aerial airbag
- Cross country skiing
Catch the Calgary Flames in NHL action at the Saddledome or saddle up for a trail ride through the foothills. Steeped in cowboy and agriculture tradition, Calgary is surrounded by a number of ranches and riding stables where you can rent horses for an afternoon and see the sites on horseback. Of course, if you happen to be chartering a private jet to Cowtown in July, you can’t miss the world-famous Calgary Stampede. This nine-day event is one of Canada’s oldest and largest rodeo extravaganzas.
How to Book Charter Flights to Calgary
Contact a Stratos Jets private aviation consultant and begin planning your private jet charter to Calgary today. Our dedicated private flight advisors are available 24/7 to organize your itinerary, making the flight planning process as smooth as possible. Stratos charter agents have access to a network of more than 5,000 aircraft that they can use to pinpoint private jets that match up with your specific travel requirements. Whether you require a light jet or a group charter, our agents will source the best available aircraft. Private aviation elevates your flying experience from the moment you board your private aircraft until you land in Calgary. You’ll benefit from in-flight features such as:
- Luxurious, spacious private cabins
- In-flight entertainment and business amenities
- Meal plans suited to your specific dietary requests
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Calgary Jet Charter Airports
Calgary International Airport (CYYC), located in the north end of the city, has undergone major renovations in recent years and provides an ideal landing point for people flying into the city on private charter jets. It provides easy access to the city center, as well as to the Trans Canada Highway, for those heading to Banff or Lake Louise. Located on the western side of the city, Calgary Springbank Airport (CYBW) is another option. It features a 5,000-foot runway capable of handling larger charter flights to Calgary.