Frederick, Maryland Jet Charters
Historic and charming city that sits at the crossroads in Maryland
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Frederick is not only a historically significant city, it has a number of modern amenities and serves as the crossroads between Washington, DC, Baltimore and Gettysberg. Visit its many historic sites, including the Monocacy National Battlefield and South Mountain State Battlefield Park, where Civil War battles were fought. Visit Frederick's charming downtown and enjoy fine cuisine, washed down by some of Maryland's finest spirits, wine and beer. Walk it off with a daytrip to the nearby Appalachian Trail.Read more about our private jet charter flights in Frederick.
Frederick Jet Charter Information
Frederick is the county seat of Frederick County in Maryland and is part of the Baltimore-Washington, DC Metropolitan area. An important crossroads community located less than one hour to Washington, DC, Baltimore and Gettysberg, Frederick is a historically significant city, with roots dating back to colonial times. It is also the setting for a number of important Civil War events. The city's current population is 70,000 people. Due to Frederick's proximity to Washington, D.C., government plays a vital role in the local economy. Its largest employer is Fort Detrick, a U.S. Army bioscience/communications research installation. It employs 10,000 workers in various roles.
Things to Do in Frederick
Established in 1745, Frederick is a beautiful community located close to the Appalachian Trail and is surrounded by mountains, wineries, orchards and historic communities. Frederick itself is steeped in history. It is the site of several important Civil War battles, including Monocacy and South Mountain. Both are popular tourist destinations today. Other important historic sites to visit include:
- Mount Olivet Cemetery/Francis Scott Key Monument, ode to the author of the Star Spangled Banner
- National Museum of Civil War Medicine
- Gathland State Park
- National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
- Brunswick Heritage Railroad Museum
Frederick’s downtown is also a popular destination. Its Civil War-era buildings are home to a number of interesting attractions and businesses. Here, you’ll find an eclectic mix of:
- World-class brew pubs
- Cutting-edge restaurants
- Speciality shops
For a family adventure, take a guided safari-like tour at the Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo. Or check out the Frederick Keys (farm club of the Baltimore Orioles) at Harry Grove Stadium.
How to Book Charter Flights to Frederick
Due to its convenient location between Washington D.C. and Baltimore, Frederick is a strategic landing point for business travelers flying into the National Capital Region. Stratos Jet Charters makes it easy to plan a Frederick private jet charter, thanks to our:
- Knowledgeable air charters associates
- Client-focused Trip Support department
- Extensive network of prescreened charter aircraft
- Around-the-clock availability
Businesses of all sizes choose Stratos for their corporate aviation solutions because they can count on us to deliver exceptional service every time. Furthermore, when you fly privately, you don’t have to endure the tedium of commercial air travel.
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Frederick Jet Charter Airports
Flying by Frederick charter plane is easy thanks to the nearby location of Frederick Municipal Airport (FDK). With a 5,220-foot runway, it can accommodate all but the largest private jet charters. It is also an ideal landing point for those who have business in either Washington or Baltimore. Other nearby airport options include Washington Dulles International (IAD), Ronald Reagan Washington National (DCA) and Baltimore Washington International (BWI).