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Lexington, Kentucky Jet Charters

Welcome to horse country, where thoroughbreds race on the fertile ground of the Bluegrass state.

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Lexington may celebrate everything equine, but that doesn’t mean you have to be a horse rider to enjoy all that this Kentucky city has to offer. A great place to do business and enjoy urban amenities, Lexington also has many historic sites, homes, and parks. Wash down your day with a local bourbon from one of the city’s distilleries and do some sightseeing aboard a horse drawn carriage along the city streets.Read more about private jet charter flights in Lexington

How Much Does it Cost to Book Charter Flights to Lexington?

The get an idea of the cost of a Lexington private jet charter it helps to look at the most commonly flown routes to and from the city. Many return flights to Lexington arrive and depart from cities and regions in the surrounding states. Some of the most common routes include Sellersburg, IN, Teterboro, NJ, Nashville, TN, Louisville, KY, and DeKalb County, GA.

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Located within the heart of the Bluegrass region of Kentucky, Lexington is known as the Horse Capital of the World. Miles of pasture, farms, equestrian facilities, and racetracks surround the city. Here, all kinds of horses are bred, trained, sold and celebrated. The area is noted for its natural beauty where fertile, limestone-rich soil helps fertilize the largest genus in the grass family, poa pratensis, otherwise known as bluegrass. Lexington is also known for its educational institutions, including serving as the main campus for the University of Kentucky. A center for business, the city is the home to two large printing giants, Xerox and Lexmark, as well as the JIF peanut butter plant, which produces more peanut butter than any other factory in the world. Aeronautics giant Lougheed Martin and Amazon.com also employ a number of Lexington’s residents.

Things to Do in Lexington

Lexington’s best-known track is Keeneland Racecourse, a thoroughbred horse racing facility and sales complex. Ranked #1 of the top 10 tracks in the world, Keeneland is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and designated as a National Historic Landmark. Another place to explore everything horse related is the Kentucky Horse Park, which features the International Museum of the Horse, the Hall of Champions and the twice-daily Parade of Breeds showcase. The park also offers classes and clinics for those who want to learn more about the equestrian lifestyle as well as pony rides for the kids and horse-drawn educational tours of the grounds. For those craving some urban amenities, a visit to Lexington’s downtown area is in order. The city has a thriving arts scene and numerous restaurants, many of which are located in renovated heritage buildings. Here you can sip Kentucky-made bourbon in local distilleries or try some cider or beer in the city’s craft microbreweries. Those who want to get an idea of Lexington’s plantation heritage can visit Ashland, which was the estate of Henry Clay, an American lawyer, plantation owner and statesman who represented Kentucky in both the United States Senate and House of Representatives in the early 1800s. Visitors can explore the 18-room mansion and beautiful formal gardens at Ashland. Another famed historic house is the childhood home of Mary Todd Lincoln, the First Lady of the US and wife of 16th president Abraham Lincoln. For flight buffs, a visit to the Aviation Museum of Kentucky at Lexington’s Blue Grass Airport is in order to see vintage and modern military and civilian aircraft.

How to Book Charter Flights to Lexington

 Stratos Jet Charters allows you to take full advantage of flying privately in your own personal jet cabin. At Stratos, we understand that your time is valuable, and private aviation is an excellent way to maximize your trip. Designate your departure time and avoid time-consuming steps normally associated with air travel, such as long lines and baggage claim. We specialize in both a long-range and group Lexington charter flights and ensure easy scheduling and the best rates for your private air travel.

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Lexington Jet Charter Airports

Those flying by Lexington charter plane to Eastern or Central Kentucky can land at the aptly named Blue Grass Airport (LEX), which is located in Fayette County, four miles west of downtown Lexington. Other smaller airports include Lucas Field (79KY), which is located in nearby Nicholasville, located 14 miles south of Lexington, or Georgetown Scott County Airport (27K), also known as Marshall Airport, which is 16 miles north of the city.

Blue Grass Lexington,KENTUCKY,United States

Georgetown Scott County - Marshall Fld Georgetown,KENTUCKY,United States

Capital City Frankfort,KENTUCKY,United States

Mount Sterling-montgomery County Mount Sterling,KENTUCKY,United States

Samuels Field Bardstown,KENTUCKY,United States

Fleming-mason Flemingsburg,KENTUCKY,United States

Taylor County Campbellsville,KENTUCKY,United States

Louisville Intl-standiford Field Louisville,KENTUCKY,United States

Lake Cumberland Rgnl Somerset,KENTUCKY,United States

Cincinnati/northern Kentucky Intl Covington (Cincinnati),KENTUCKY,United States

London-corbin Arpt-magee Fld London,KENTUCKY,United States

Addington Field Elizabethtown,KENTUCKY,United States

North Vernon North Vernon,INDIANA,United States

Williamsburg-whitley County Williamsburg,KENTUCKY,United States

Columbus Muni Columbus,INDIANA,United States

Butler Co Rgnl Hamilton,OHIO,United States

Freeman Muni Seymour,INDIANA,United States

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