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Often overshadowed by its larger counterparts, Nashville and Memphis, Knoxville is an exciting city in the Tennessee Valley known for its fun-filled arts festivals, Volunteers football team, and walkable downtown city streets and parks. The city has a wide range of attractions, restaurants and live music venues that can be easily accessed within its historic district downtown, or venture a little further south to visit the beautiful and hazy Smoky Mountains.Read more about our private jet charter flights in Knoxville.
Knoxville Jet Charter Information
Located at the epicenter of the Tennessee Valley and just north of the Smoky Mountains, Knoxville is known for its rich cultural scene as well as for its southern charm and hospitality. Named after Henry Knox, the first Secretary of War of the US, Knoxville offers a wide range of attractions and events and also attracts executives to do business in the city. Some of Knoxville’s major employers include:
- US Department of Energy - Oak Ridge Operations
- The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- Covenant Health
- Tennova Health Care
An interesting fact about the city is that it is actually an international port, even though it does not lie directly on the ocean. Boats can travel the Great Loop, a series of contiguous waterways, including the Tennessee River, a tributary of the Ohio River, to connect between the Gulf of Mexico and the Great Lakes or the Atlantic Ocean.
Things to Do in Knoxville
A visit to the Museum of East Tennessee History is a great way to get an historical context of Knoxville and area. The museum features interactive exhibits as well as regional art, textiles and Civil War artefacts. The James White’s Fort, built by the Revolutionary War captain, includes a reconstructed 1786 log cabin that was Knoxville’s first permanent building. Market Square, a pedestrian square within downtown, is another must see. Established in 1854, it features many dining and shopping options as well as a farmers’ market open every Wednesday and Saturday from May to November and Saturdays only in December. It is also the site of the Dogwood Arts Festival, held over three days in April. The festival includes a parade, a house and garden show, and various arts and craft stations. Another well-known festival in Knoxville is the Rossini Festival, which is held in August. Named in honor of the great Italian opera composer, it features 11 consecutive hours of live entertainment on five outdoor stages (opera, jazz, ethnic music, gospel, modern and ethnic dance, ballet, vocal and instrumental ensembles). Venture out to the Old City District, located in the northeastern corner of downtown, which has been revitalized into an urban quarter. Once an area for food production, it is now the city’s main entertainment district. Here you will find small local cafés, charming antique shops, premier restaurants, and fantastic pubs and taverns, where you can hear live jazz, blues, country, indie rock, dance and even Celtic music. For some family fun, why not drive 30 miles south to Dollywood in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. You might even get to see the theme park’s famed namesake and part owner, country music icon Dolly Parton. Knoxville is also passionate about football and fans can be seen at Neyland Stadium cheering on the University of Tennessee Volunteers, whose alumni include Peyton Manning and Reggie White.
How to Book Charter Flights to Knoxville
Stratos Jet Charters specializes in Knoxville charter flights and can have you on your way to one of the most unique cities in the US with as little as four hours notice. Have questions about which is the best aircraft for your Knoxville private jet charter? Stratos’ agents can help you make an informed buying decision by providing you with their aircraft expertise. Their knowledge and resources allow for a flexible and easy booking process.
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Knoxville Jet Charter Airports
Those flying by Knoxville jet charter to the Tennessee Valley typically arrive at McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS). Located in Alcoa, TN, 12 miles from downtown Knoxville, the airport has a runway length of 9,000 feet and is able to safely accommodate a large variety of private jet aircraft. Private planes can also land at Knoxville Downtown Island Airport (DKX), also known as Island Home Airport, which is only .05 miles east of downtown.
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