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Home of the world-renowned Sundance Film Festival, Park City lies east of Salt Lake City in Utah and is surrounded by the peaks of the Wasatch Range. A resort town, those who love mountain sports such as skiing can carve the slopes at Park City Mountain Resort, one of the largest ski areas in the US, as well as Deer Valley Resort. Visit in the summer to enjoy the state parks and Park City’s charming downtown. Read more about our private jet charter flights in Park City.
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Originally founded as a silver mining town in 1869, Park City has grown to be one of the wealthiest towns in the US, attracting many visitors and immigrants from North and Central Europe. Forbes Traveler Magazine named the Utah town one of the top 20 Prettiest Towns in the US, and its downtown is a hub for year-round resort amenities. Sitting on the majestic Wasatch Range of the Rocky Mountains, with elevation rises ranging from 6,500 to 10,000 feet, Park City’s historic Main Street sits at 7,000 feet. Those who travel to Park City often come to ski or enjoy summer activities at Park City Ski Resort, which is now the largest ski area in the US and was host of the men’s and women’s giant slalom and snowboarding events during the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. Catch the town lift from Main Street to the resort’s 300-plus trails spread across 7,300 acres, including eight peaks, nine bowls and 16 chairlifts. Summer activities include an alpine slide, coaster, zipline and several hiking and biking trails.
Things to Do in Park City
Park City charter flights can get you to any number of events hosted in the city year-round. Celebrity sightings are common in January when the world-renowned Sundance Film Festival takes over the city. Founded by actor Robert Redford, the festival screens new films from around the world and culminates with an awards ceremony. In February, catch the FIS Freestyle Championships hosted annually at Deer Valley Ski Resort. Other festivals include the Park City Food and Wine Classic in July and the annual Kimball Arts Festival in August, which draws international crowds each year. Park City’s historic Main Street also offers a vast array of high-end art galleries, while dance, music and theater performances can be enjoyed at the Eccles Center and at the Egyptian Theater, with its King Tut design theme. While you may think of Park City as a winter wonderland, the city also boasts expansive state parks and offers countless summer activities including 400-plus miles of hiking and biking trails, as well as:
- Water sports
- Hot air ballooning
- Horseback riding in the Rockies
How to Book Charter Flights to Park City
Booking charter flights to Park City ensures you won’t miss out on, or arrive late to, any important events, meetings or scheduled appointments while visiting the city. Stratos Jet Charters’ agents provide hassle-free service and are available 24 hours a day to answer your questions and guarantee your flight to Park City includes every amenity you request including:
- Gourmet catering
- Luxury car service
- Hotel and restaurant reservations
- Car rentals
If you want to truly unwind during your flight, we can even arrange for an in-flight masseuse to melt away your stress.
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Park City Jet Charter Airports
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is the main commercial airport serving the popular ski resort destination of Park City. However, those flying on a jet charter to Park City can also choose to land at Ogden-Hinckley Airport (OGD), which is 65.5 miles northwest of Park City. Also nearby is Provo Municipal Airport (PVU), 52.4 miles south of Park City, and the privately owned Skypark Airport (BTF), which is 41.4 miles northwest of Park City.