Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids, Michigan Jet Charters

Industry, business and the outdoors make the ‘Furniture City’ worth the visit

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Named after the white water that flows along the Grand River, Grand Rapids is known for its furniture manufacturing, as well as for other industries such as automotive, aviation, and technology. Charter flights to Grand Rapids bring travelers on business and leisure to many arts and cultural attractions as well as outdoor activities such as whitewater rafting, kayaking, biking, camping, hiking as well as to the shores of nearby Lake Michigan. Read more about private jet charter flights in Grand Rapids

How Much Does it Cost for Charter Flights to Grand Rapids?

There are many factors that come into play when calculating the price of flying into Grand Rapids. Factors such as travel time and aircraft type can significantly alter the from one quote to the next, making it difficult to give a precise estimate. If you already know your point of origin, it might help to look at similar routes and compare the cost estimate. Some of the most common charters flights to Grand Rapids originate in the following cities: Traverse City, Chicago, Holland (Michigan) and Teterboro. These same cities are also common destinations for private jet travelers leaving Grand Rapids.

Grand Rapids jet charter information

Nicknamed Furniture City or River City, Grand Rapids is home to some of the world’s leading furniture manufacturers. The city and surrounding neighborhoods are also involved in an array of industries, with some of the most notable ones including:

  • Healthcare
  • Automotive
  • Aviation
  • Information technology

The hometown of late U.S. president Gerald Ford, Grand Rapids is located on the Grand River, which lends beautiful views of the cityscape. One of the first US airlines began service in 1926 in Grand Rapids—Stout Air Services—with flights to Detroit (Ford Airport). The countryside surrounding the city consists of mixed forest and farmland, with large orchards to the northwest. The city lies approximately 25 miles east of Lake Michigan, and has many recreational and outdoor activities. In fact, Places Rated Almanac rated Grand Rapids the No. 3 city in the US for fun and recreation, while Outside Magazine named Grand Rapids as the best town for mountain biking in 2010.

Things to Do in Grand Rapids, MI

On the outskirts of Grand Rapids is the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, which features a tropical conservatory, multiple gardens, and an art collection that includes works by Auguste Rodin, Henry Moore and Ai Weiwei. Downtown, the Grand Rapids Art Museum spotlights Michigan artists in its rotating shows. Grand Rapids is known for many breweries dotted around town. You can also try dune climbing on the city’s west coast shores, where you’ll also find beach volleyball nets and rental huts for beach cruisers. During the winter months, go snowmobiling, tubing or skiing at Cannonsburg Ski Area. Explore Michigan’s history at any of the museums in the city including:

  • Nelis’ Dutch Village
  • Grand Rapids Public Museum
  • Lakeshore Museum

There are also a number of historic homes and buildings in the city open for tours. Grand Rapids also has a substantial golf community including Gleneagle Golf Club and The Golf Club at Thornapple Pointe.

How to Book Charter Flights to Grand Rapids

When you book a business jet to Grand Rapids with Stratos Jets, you’ll experience the privacy and exclusivity of your own private jet cabin. Enjoy a number of available amenities including onboard catering from our Stratos Jets catering menu, as well as business and entertainment capabilities like:

  • Wi-Fi and communication services
  • Unlimited movie selection
  • Satellite radio
  • Phone service

No matter how large or small the group you’re travelling with is, our charter agents will source the appropriate aircraft. Whether you’re taking off for a family getaway, or you’re travelling with a group of executives on an important business mission, we will arrange a jet charter to Grand Rapids that is perfectly adapted to your needs.

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Grand Rapids Jet Charter Airports

Named after the 38th U.S. president, who was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR) is the main airport servicing Grand Rapids and the surrounding area land. Located on the southeast corner of the city, it is just a 20-minute drive to downtown. For those also needing to do business in Michigan’s capital of Lansing, Capital Region International Airport (LAN) is a one-hour drive east.

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