Honolulu Jet Charters
Hawaii’s capital, where you can shop, dine, explore or simply relax on Waikiki Beach
Private Jet Charter Flights to/from Honolulu
There’s a reason Honolulu is one of the most visited destinations in the US. The Hawaiian capital offers everything you need to do business, enjoy leisure time with your family, and explore some of Oahu’s more interesting sites. Book a private jet to Honolulu to go island hopping or stop and stay awhile to enjoy one of the many beaches, shops, restaurants and nightlife the city has to offer. Read more about private jet charter flights in Honolulu
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Honolulu jet charter informationWhether you’re visiting to catch some waves and rays, or you’re traveling for business, chartering a private jet to Honolulu makes your trip more enjoyable and productive. The largest city, state capital and economic hub for tourism and trade on the Hawaiian islands, Honolulu sees more than eight million visitors from around the world annually. Located on the southern end of the island of Oahu, Honolulu is known for its high-rise waterfront resorts and the iconic crescent-shaped Waikiki Beach. The palm-lined trees of downtown Honolulu and the Waikiki neighborhood offer plenty of places to dine, shop, and enjoy exciting nightlife. Looming over the city is the distinctive shape of Diamond Head, where visitors can hike up to see the now dormant volcanic crater. Those who want to escape the craziness of Waikiki can visit the area’s other beaches. Some of these include:
- Sandy Beach, popular for body surfing
- Lanikai, known for calm surf and white sand
- Maunalua Bay, popular for boaters
- Waialae Beach Park, scenic spot for swimming and picnics
- Diamond Head, where trails lead to the crater
- Kahanamoku Beach, good for swimming, paddleboarding, and surfing
- Hanauma Bay, a pristine marine ecosystem popular for snorkelling
Things to Do in HonoluluWhile in Honolulu, we recommend taking in some culture by visiting a local museum such as the Hawaii State Art Museum, Honolulu Museum of Art, or Bishop Museum (the largest of the three). Hawaii also hosts an annual film festival in April deemed “One of the best 10 film festivals around the world” by Travel & Leisure Magazine. Explore independent film, dine on world-class fare, and sip the hottest cocktails Hawaii has to offer. For shopping, check out the four-level Ala Moana Center, the largest mall in Hawaii. West of Honolulu is the Pearl Harbor naval base, where the bombing attack by Japanese Naval Forces drew America into the Second World War. Today, visitors can get a history lesson at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, which includes two museums that tell the story of the attack, and of the war. The center also features outdoor exhibits and the USS Arizona Memorial, built over the sunken ship and final resting place for 1,102 of the 1,177 crewmen who were killed in the attack.
How to Charter a Private Jet to HonoluluTravel to the urban center of the Hawaiian Islands by way of private aviation when you book charter flights to Honolulu with Stratos Jet Charters. Flying privately elevates your travel experience to new heights by allowing for flexible scheduling, customized dining options, access to Wi-Fi and the privacy of your own cabin. Our private aviation consultants are among the most knowledgeable in the industry and secure the best private aircraft and aircraft operators for our clients, while handling all arrangements and transactions. Depart at your desired time and arrive safely and in style at Honolulu International Airport to take advantage of business opportunities in downtown Honolulu or relax at Waikiki Beach. Consulting one of Stratos Jets’ highly knowledgeable agents is the first step towards planning your itinerary. We specialize in long-range jet charter flights, as well as short hops between the Hawaiian Islands. Our charter agents are available 24/7 to answer your questions and organize your private jet itinerary.
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Honolulu Jet Charter Airports
When flying on charter flights to Honolulu, you can fly safely and enjoy a smooth landing on the well-maintained asphalt runways at Daniel K. Inouye Honolulu International Airport (HNL). The airport is also where commuter and private jets take off to explore the other Hawaiian islands. Also on the island of Oahu is Kalaeloa Airport (JRF), also known as John Rogers Field, which is 22.6 miles east of Honolulu. It is a general aviation reliever airport for Honolulu International, and because it is less busy than HNL, it is often the preferred landing point for savvy private jet travelers coming to Oahu.