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Madison, Wisconsin Jet Charters

Walk the Museum Mile and see Wisconsin from its domed state capitol building

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The state capital of Madison is known for its outdoorsy lifestyle, fine architecture, and agricultural roots. Fish in the area’s many freshwater lakes. Shop for fresh produce and famous Wisconsin cheese at the largest farmers’ market in the US. Visit a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building or climb to the top of the State Capitol Building, with its impressive dome and statue standing 284.5-feet tall from the ground up.Read more about private jet charter flights in Madison arrow-right

Madison jet charter information

Located west of Milwaukee, Madison is the state capital and second largest city in the state of Wisconsin. As state government dominates most of the city’s industry, many Madison residents are employed by either local government agencies or the University of Wisconsin. The city also served as the headquarters for Oscar Mayer processed meats and it's where The Onion satirical digital media corporation was founded. While many make their way to Madison for business, the area also brings those seeking outdoor activities such as whitewater rafting, hiking, hunting and fishing, as many state parks as well as freshwater lakes, such as Lake Mendota, are located in and around the city. The city also features an extensive bike trail system. Many notable buildings and homes in Madison were designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who was born in Wisconsin. Just 35 miles east of Madison, in Spring Green, is Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece, Taliesin East, an estate located on a 600-acre property that was built in 1911. While in Madison, make sure to visit its best-known landmark, the majestic Wisconsin State Capitol Building. Built in 1917, its decor includes a granite dome, murals and handmade furniture. An observation deck on the top floor offers exclusive views of the city during the summer months.

Things to Do in Madison

Besides its amazing architecture, Madison has plenty of other things to see and do. Some of the city’s most popular attractions include:

  • Henry Vilas Zoo
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum
  • Olbrich Botanical Gardens and Bolz Conservatory

The city is also known for its “Museum Mile,” which stretches from the capitol building to the University of WM campus. Here you can learn about local history, culture, and arts. Bring the family to enjoy some interactive and fun exhibits. Venues include:

  • Wisconsin Historical Museum
  • Wisconsin Veterans Museum
  • UW Geology Museum
  • Madison Children’s Museum
  • Wisconsin Science Museum
  • Madison Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Chazen Museum of Art

For shopping, a short drive out of Madison will take you to Wisconsin’s largest antique shop, the Columbus Antique Mall and Museum, or visit Agora Fitchburg, which features a weekly farmer’s market, an annual art fair, as well as local retailers. The Dane County Farmers’ Market, which takes place Saturday mornings from April to November at Capitol Square and Wednesday mornings on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., is the largest producers-only farmers’ market in the US.

How to Book Charter Flights to Madison

Coordinating a Madison private jet charter trip with Stratos Jet Charters gives you a seamless travel experience and the height of service. Our global air charter agency is committed to providing quality service and building lasting client relationships. Our team of dedicated private flight advisors is available around the clock to coordinate the details of your private jet charter. From selecting the appropriate private plane to facilitating transactions, one of our knowledgeable aviation consultants will share their industry expertise to ensure your Madison charter flights is planned to your specifications. When you book charter trips with Stratos, you avoid the hassles inherent with scheduled flights, including:

  • Flight delays and cancellations
  • Long waits for check-in and security screening
  • Walking through chaotic airport terminals
  • Praying that your luggage shows up on the carousel

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Madison Jet Charter Airports

Located to the northeast of the city center, Dane County Regional Airport (MSN) is the ideal choice for those arriving on a private jet charter to Madison. You can drive to the downtown core in less than 15 minutes. By landing closer to your final destination, you’ll spend less time in transit so you can get down to business, or start that fishing trip in Madison area’s well-stocked lakes, that much sooner.

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