Hartford, Connecticut Jet Charters

Business and tourism mix in this historic state capital

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The capital of Connecticut, Hartford is a beautiful city that is home to some of the state’s oldest buildings, museums and homes, many of which have been preserved. The city is also known as being the home to large insurance companies such as Aetna Inc., and other industries around business technology and financial services. Visit in the fall to see colorful foliage and visit the city’s many green spaces and parks. Read more about our private jet charter flights in Hartford. arrow-right

Hartford Jet Charter Information

Hartford is one of the most important economic hubs in the entire northeast region of the United States. Connecticut’s capital generates more economic activity per capita than almost every other city in the US (only San Francisco is consistently higher). Nicknamed the “Insurance Capital of the World,” Hartford charter flights bring executives to do business at some of the world’s largest insurance companies, which have their headquarters here. This includes top insurance providers such as:

  • Hartford Financial Services Group
  • Aetna
  • Travelers Property Casualty Group
  • General Re Corporation
  • Phoenix Home Life Mutual Insurance

Things to Do in Hartford

Known for its historical buildings and national landmarks, the Connecticut State Capital, located south on Capital Avenue and south of Bushnell Park, is the third state legislative building built for Connecticut since the American Revolution. It dates back to 1878 and its main floor features a gallery with artifacts dating back to the Civil War. Another significant building is the Connecticut State Library and Supreme Court, which when built in 1910, was described as being “one of the most beautiful structures in this country and said by some to be the handsomest building in New England.” Many other buildings and homes of Hartford’s known residents are also preserved as museums. This includes:

  • Wadsworth Atheneum Museum, the nation’s oldest public art museum
  • Old State House, which includes the Museum of Natural and Other Curiosities
  • Mark Twain House & Museum
  • Noah Webster historic house museum
  • Buttolph-Williams House
  • Oliver Ellsworth Homestead

For concerts, dance and theatre check out:

  • Bushnell Center for Performing Arts
  • TheaterWorks

Visit the state-of-the-art Connecticut Science Center, as well as the reclaimed riverfront area downtown, where pedestrians out for a stroll can walk along the trails of Elizabeth Park to admire the beautiful gardens and green spaces and top it off with lunch at the Pond House Café. Connect from Constitution Plaza to East Harford and Great River Park on the wide promenade of the Founders Bridge, which offers a great view of the Connecticut River.

How to Book Charter Flights to Hartford

Whether doing business or visiting to see the historical landmarks or fall colors, booking charter flights to Hartford, Connecticut couldn’t be easier. As a major economic center in the northeastern region of the United States, corporate travelers flying to Hartford often call on Stratos Jet Charters to arrange their charter services. Whether your mission is for business or leisure, our experienced aviation consultants will plan your itinerary to work with your schedule. With a vast network of more than 5,000 aircraft to choose from, our private flight advisors will source the best available options for you to choose from. This could include:

  • Turboprops and light jets for short hops and small groups
  • Midsize and super-midsize business jets for coast-to-coast missions
  • Heavy jets and charter airliners for large groups and international itineraries


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Hartford Jet Charter Airports

Some private planes land at Bradley International Airport (BDL), however, as the primary commercial airport servicing the City of Hartford and the state of Connecticut, it can get quite busy. Hartford-Brainard Airfield (HFD), located just three miles south of the city, features two asphalt runways measuring 4,400 and 2,300 feet. This is suitable for small-to-midsize planes flying into and out of the area. Robertson Airfield (4B8) is another small airport about 15 miles west of the city.

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