Kansas City, Missouri Jet Charters
Fountain City in the heartland of America, with a bluesy vibe
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This Missouri melting pot has everything you could ask for: Some of the best barbecue this side of the Mississippi, jazz and blues wafting from its downtown venues, and sporting action in the form of the Kansas City Royals. There is always something fun happening at the turn of every corner from outdoor concerts and farmers markets to art festivals and antique shows. Meet you in Kansas City!Read more about private jet charter flights in Kansas City
Kansas City jet charter information
Bordering the states of Missouri and Kansas, Kansas City is known for its fountains, jazz and blues heritage and barbecue. The city’s downtown combines art, culture and cuisine to land the title of one of "America's Best Downtowns" by Forbes Magazine in 2012. Nicknamed "City of Fountains" because it has the most fountains in the world, outside of Rome, Italy, Kansas City is also commonly referred to as the "Heart of America" due to its proximity to America's median population and the country's geographic center. Home to several Fortune 500 companies, the city is also a commercial hub for industries ranging from medical to financial. Some of Kansas City’s top companies include:
- Sprint Nextel
- Hallmark Cards
- Cerner Corp.
- AMC Entertainment
- YRC Worldwide
Kansas City boasts a sporty background. Baseball fans can catch a Kansas City Royals game at Kauffman Stadium, or football fans can see a Kansas City Chiefs game at Arrowhead Stadium. One of NASCAR's newest tracks just opened in Kansas City as well.
Things to Do in Kansas City
Explore the city’s jazz and blues roots at the numerous downtown clubs and halls that still stand in Kansas City. One of them is the Mutual Musicians Foundation, a union hall in KC’s famed 18th and Vine district, which is now a National Historic Landmark and remains open on weekends for all-night jam sessions. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is another attraction, known for its neo-classical architecture and extensive collection of Asian art. Explore history at the National World War I Museum and Monument, which is the nation’s only public museum dedicated to the Great War, with a large collection of photos and artefacts. The kids will love the Kansas City Zoo in Swope Park, which offers interactive animal exhibits and informative talks. Discover Kansas City's golf courses, hiking and biking trails, and tennis facilities when you visit this outdoorsy urban center. If you'd rather shop the afternoon away, Kansas City has many specialty stores from antiques to jewelry and vintage. Visit Crossroads Arts District, Downtown Kansas City, Crown Center, Westport, or Country Club Plaza for eclectic shops and well-known department stores.
How to Book Charter Flights to Kansas City
A Stratos Jets private flight advisor will coordinate your Kansas City charter flights to the detail and keep you informed throughout the planning process, as well as facilitate transactions and secure you the best possible rates on your Kansas City private jet charter. When you fly privately, enjoy the convenience and flexibility of scheduling your own departure times and benefit from the increased access to more private airports. Request an aircraft equipped with a galley and bed, and amenities such as in-flight entertainment options and on-board catering. Private aviation also allows you to bring your pets along for a first-class flight and enables you to bring extra luggage such as golf club or water skis.
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Kansas City Jet Charter Airports
Kansas City is served by two main airports: Kansas City International (MCI) is located 15 miles northwest of downtown and has plans to expand, with a new airport terminal expected to be built in 2020. Closer to the city center is Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport (MKS), which is located just across the Missouri River from Kansas City’s downtown, and acts as a reliever airport for Kansas City International. It attracts a large number of corporate, charter and recreational flyers.
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