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Private Jet Charter Flights to New York City
Charter a private jet to New York City for business or for pleasure through Stratos Jets’ team of knowledgeable air charter agents, who are available 24-hours to meet the demands of our clients. Stratos Jets arranges domestic and international private air charter flights to thousands of destinations, including New York City, the financial capital of the world. Our air charter agents understand your time is important, and so is your safety. That’s why Stratos Jets adheres to the strictest safety regulations, is an ACSF (Air Charter Safety Foundation) member, and enlists only licensed and highly experienced pilots to navigate our customers charter flights.
Private Jet Charter New York
Several convenient New York City airports are equipped to handle private jet charter flights. If you plan to spend your time primarily in Manhattan, Teterboro Airport (TEB) in New Jersey is just across the George Washington Bridge. If you intend on taking the Staten Island Ferry, fly into Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) where Stratos can arrange for a driver to be waiting to take you to the ferry terminal you’re your arrival at EWR. Westchester County Airport (HPN) in White Plains, NY is also a convenient airport for those visiting the city; this airport is approximately one hour north of NYC. Long Island’s Republic Airport (FRG) in Farmingdale, NY is the most convenient for a private jet flight to Long Island. Stratos Jets specializes in private jet charters in New York and can assist you in sourcing the safest most well maintained aircraft that aligns with your New York City private travel demands.
Things to do in New York
From the Statue of Liberty on Ellis Island, to the Freedom Towers where the World Trade Center Towers once stood, New York City is the symbol of freedom, a beacon of hope and the pride of America. This is where the Bulls and the Bears meet on Wall Street, and where business gets done in America. But New York City isn’t all work and no play. Countless activities and attractions lay claim to the city that never sleeps. For those who love opera and musical productions, Broadway’s internationally renowned performances will leave you speechless. Sports fans can cheer on the 2007 National Champions the New York Giants or root for the New York Jets at the MetLife Stadium, or catch a game against your own hometown team. New York City of course is home to two of the top Major League Baseball teams, the Yankees and the Mets, as well. Catch these teams at the Yankee Stadium and the Citi Field Stadium, respectively. The New York Knicks take on many other major NBA teams at Madison Square Garden, which is fantastic sports venue for visitors and locals alike.
Many of the world's most famous buildings and museums are located in New York City. Skyscrapers like the Empire State Building and the Trump Towers proudly dominate the city’s skyline. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is arguably one of the most well known museums in the world and holds more works of art than almost any other museum. Keep an eye out for gallery openings and fresh exhibits while you wander through the city’s culturally rich streets.
Foodies take note: Manhattan is one of the most diversely populated cities in the world, and this means fine fare from nearly every region of the world. Grab a slice of the best pizza you will ever have in an area charmingly known as Little Italy. For something on the finer side, Daniel on East 65th Street is fine-dining in an upscale atmosphere with a dress-code to match. Thomas Keller’s famed eatery Per Se offers contemporary American cuisine at a [reasonably so] high price. Zagat rated Gramercy Tavern in Union Square boats great food and buzzy bar, making it a great place to begin or end your night.
Places to stay in New York
If you’re taking a private jet charter to New York City for professional purposes, there are a number of lodging options conducive to business productivity, including Dream Midtown, which is a leader in eco-friendly hotels. Also, the Bryant Park Hotel in Midtown is conveniently located and can accommodate conferences and large groups. For pleasure travelers, the Mandarin Oriental and the Ritz Carlton Central Park are two of New York City’s five star hotels. The Rockefeller Center Hotel is the perfect place to get a room for a Christmas trip to New York; just outside is the skating rink and the famous Rockefeller Plaza Christmas tree. Another wonderful place to stay is the W Hotel, which is located conveniently in Times Square.