Nottingham, United Kingdom Jet Charters
An ancient city where legendary heroes and royalty met atop Castle Rock
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Known as the stomping grounds for legendary hero Robin Hood, Nottingham is steeped in history and mythology. Step back in time as you visit the city’s medieval hilltop castle and Elizabethan and Victorian era landmarks. See how industry played a part in the city’s development. Visit the underground sandstone caves, once used as an air raid shelter during WWII. Sip a local brew in one of the many historic neighborhood pubs, and take a ghost or Robin Hood tour along its cobblestone streets and green parks. Read more about private jet charter flights in Nottingham
Nottingham jet charter information
Situated in the East Midlands of England, Nottingham is likely best known for its association with the legend of Robin Hood, who stole from the rich and gave to the poor. Dating back to the Medieval period, Nottingham’s landmarks and attractions remain virtually as they were, and can be seen on just about every cobbled street corner. Known for its production of lace, bicycles, and tobacco during the Industrial Revolution, the city is also known for its modern amenities, chic shopping districts, and healthy economy. Many well-known companies base their headquarters out of Nottingham.
Things to Do in Nottingham
Known for its network of bridleways and trails, the best way to see Nottingham is by foot, bike, or horseback. You can also go white water rafting or kayak the area’s waterways, or visit one of the city’s many golf courses. A number of tour operators offer various ways to experience the legends and lore of Nottingham. Take a ghost tour to see some of the city’s haunts or visit some of the sights where Robin Hood once dwelled. One landmark is Nottingham Castle. Once a mighty stone fortress that sits atop a natural natural promontory known as "Castle Rock,” it has survived attacks, served as a royal residence, and has undergone numerous restorations. Its ducal mansion now serves as a museum and art gallery. Another must-do tour, The City of Caves is a maze of more than 500 caves carved from the sandstone underneath the streets of Nottingham. They were used in Medieval times as a tannery, and later as an air raid shelter during World War II. Other Nottingham landmarks to visit include:
- Wollaton Hall
- Old Market Square
- Highfields Park
- Great Central Railway
- Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem (one of Britain’s oldest pubs)
Those wanting to escape the city for the English countryside can visit Sherwood Forest, which is located just 20 miles north of Nottingham. It is now open as a country park and is the site of many ancient oak trees, including Major Oak, which according to legend served as the shelter where Robin Hood and his Merry Men slept. While Nottingham is soccer crazy, with three professional football clubs, the city offers a plethora of other sports. Catch a Nottingham Panthers ice hockey game at the National Ice Centre, or get on the courts at the Nottingham Tennis Centre. Thoroughbred racing is held at Nottingham Racecourse and Southwell Racecourse, while Greyhound racing is held at the Nottingham Greyhound Stadium. Trent Bridge is home to the Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, one of the finest cricket venues around the world, and has hosted many large cricket matches over the years.
How to Book Charter Flights to Nottingham
Arrange your next Nottingham private charter flight through Stratos Jet Charters and leave the hassles of alternative air travel behind. Private aviation is the best way to travel whether you're visiting Nottingham for business or for pleasure. Avoid lengthy security and baggage claim lines, and benefit from increased personal security. Stratos can arrange large group charter flights to Nottingham for business conferences and appointments, and can also accommodate private jet charters for family getaways. Enjoy amenities such as personalized, gourmet in-flight catering; business, entertainment and communication capabilities, and extra cargo space for additional luggage or sports equipment. With access to more than 5,000 available aircraft, a Stratos Jet Charters’ agent will pair you with the best private plane to meet your charter flight needs.
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Nottingham Jet Charter Airports
Choose from two different airports when travelling by Nottingham private plane. Nottingham Airport (EGBN) is the closest airport to the city and is located 3.5 miles southeast of Nottingham. It is equipped to serve private aviation with two runways, one of which is lit up for night flying. East Midlands Airport (EGNX), in Castle Donington, Derby, is an international airport located 14 miles south of Nottingham and also serves the City of Leicester and other Eastern Midlands communities.