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Located on the Nebraskan side of the Missouri River, Omaha is a fun and vibrant city that has many exciting neighborhoods and attractions, including the longest pedestrian bridge in the world. The birth home of billionaire Warren Buffet, many fly to Omaha to get to the headquarters of large high-tech, agricultural and manufacturing companies, as well as a number of education institutes. Stay a while and enjoy all that this mid-western city has to offer. Read more about our private jet charter flights in Omaha.
Omaha Jet Charter Information
Currently the 42nd largest city in the US, Greater Omaha is home to more than 900,000 people who welcome visitors with authentic Midwestern hospitality. Located on the Missouri River near the Iowan border, Omaha serves as an important economic hub. The city ranks highly in terms of per-capita billionaires (Warren Buffet lives here) and is home to many Fortune 500 companies, including:
- Berkshire Hathaway
- ConAgra Foods
- Union Pacific Railroad
- Kiewit Corporation
- TD Ameritrade
The city’s landscape is also changing. Its downtown and riverfront has recently undergone more than $2 billion in new development. Part of this redevelopment includes the new cable-stayed Bob Kerrey Bridge. One of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world, it curves its way over the Missouri River and gives visitors and residents a beautiful view of the city’s skyline. Omaha is also a center for education. There are 11 universities in the city, including the renowned University of Nebraska Medical Center, which is the only public academic health sciences center in the state.
Things to Do in Omaha
Omaha’s culture is rich in jazz and blues and performance arts. The city is riddled with a number of public art instalments as well as ‘entertaining neighborhoods’ where visitors can enjoy:
- Live music
- Friendly neighborhood bars
- Quirky shops
Omaha is also a stop on the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, and is known for its pioneer history, museums and cultural attractions. The city’s convention center and arena, CenturyLink Center Omaha, is home to a number of concerts attracting big-name talent. The facility is complimented by the $2 million public art project, Illumina, which features more than 40 sculptures inspired by the 13th Century Carnival of Venice. A great family attraction is the Henry Doorly Zoo, which is home to the largest indoor desert habitat in the world. Omaha’s Children’s Museum also includes many fun hands-on exhibitions.
How to Book Charter Flights to Omaha
When you book charter flights to Omaha, request an aircraft with extra cargo space because you’ll want some extra room for your golf clubs. The city has about 20 courses catering to golfers of all abilities. It’s also not uncommon for Stratos Jet Charters to arrange an Omaha charter plane for corporate clients entering and leaving the city. With a network of more than 5,000 aircraft at our fingertips, our private flight advisors have the ability to pinpoint the best-positioned aircraft for your air travel needs. For convenient inter-city travel, we also arrange charter helicopters so you avoid traffic and meet the demands of your busy schedule. Our goal is to arrange a flight that is safe, reliable and comfortable, while providing the most competitive jet charter prices on the market.
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Omaha Jet Charter Airports
Nebraska offers a range of airports for private jet passengers, giving them tremendous flexibility when planning their itinerary. Air traffic entering and leaving the City of Omaha is served mainly by Eppley Airfield (OMA), which is situated just northeast of the city center. Smaller planes can also land at Council Bluffs Municipal Airport (CBF), a public use airport in nearby Pottawattamie County, IA, located 18 miles west of Omaha.