Philadelphia

Philadelphia Jet Charters

Climb the Rocky steps and explore the birthplace of a nation

Private Jet Charter Flights to/from Philadelphia

The City of Brotherly Love entices those who want to learn about America’s past and where it is heading in this vibrant and historically significant city. Sing the Rocky theme as you run up the steps to the Philadelphia Museum of Art; visit the city’s historic district, where the Declaration of Independence was signed, and see where the Liberty Bell was cracked. Read more about private jet charter flights in Philadelphia

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How Much Does it Cost to Charter Flights to Philadelphia?

The cost of a Philadelphia jet charter flight depends on a number of factors, including where you are flying from and on which type and size of aircraft. For some pricing estimates, it helps to look at the most commonly flown routes into and out of the city. Some of the most popular flights to and from Philadelphia include Teterboro, Westchester County, Washington, DC, Bedford, Chicago, Lancaster and Palm Beach.

West Palm Beach,PBIPhiladelphia,PHL

Aircraft TypeSmall JetMedium JetHeavy Jet
Estimated Price$10,929-$12,079$16,659-$18,412$24,003-$26,530

Chicago,MDWPhiladelphia,PHL

Aircraft TypeSmall JetMedium JetHeavy Jet
Estimated Price$8,109-$8,962$12,675-$14,009$18,015-$19,912

Covington (Cincinnati),CVGPhiladelphia,PHL

Aircraft TypeSmall JetMedium JetHeavy Jet
Estimated Price$6,900-$7,627$11,015-$12,175$16,518-$18,257

Philadelphia jet charter information

Referred to as either the “City of Brotherly Love” or simply “Philly” by its many residents, Philadelphia charter flights take you to the city central to American history. With the ringing of the Liberty Bell in the tower of Independence Hall, Philadelphia’s citizens were once called to witness the signing of the Declaration of Independence signed by the Founding Fathers of the United States, signaling the birth of a nation. The center of early American history, it was Quaker William Penn who founded Philadelphia in 1682 and declared it as the capital of the Pennsylvania colony. Philly played a major role in the fight for American independence and served as the meeting place for the Founding Fathers of the United States, including Ben Franklin, who hailed from the region. There are many historic sites located in Philadelphia, unsurprising for a city with such a rich past. One of the most important sites to see in Philadelphia is Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed, followed closely by the nearby Liberty Bell with its famous crack.

Things to Do in Philadelphia

There are numerous historical and cultural attractions in Philly. A good place to start is Independence National Historical Park, which features a visitor’s center and is a stone’s throw away from the Philadelphia Historic District. Everything you want to know about American independence is here, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Art is also a recurring theme for the city. Philadelphia boasts more pieces of public art than any other American metropolitan area. One of the largest art museums in the United States is the Philadelphia Museum of Art, famed for its 72 stone front entrance steps that were immortalized in the film Rocky. Visitors often mimic what is now known as the Rocky Steps. No visit to Philly is complete without a visit to the Reading Terminal Market, where you can nosh on local delicacies such as scrapple (pork paté thickened with cornmeal), and Dutch apple dumplings. Philly is one of a handful of American cities to feature a franchise in all four “major” US sports: the Eagles (NFL), the Phillies (MLB), the 76ers (NBA) and the Flyers (NHL).
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Philadelphia Jet Charter Airports

You can choose to land at numerous airports located in and Philadelphia. The city’s primary airport is Philadelphia International (PHL). Other airfields in close proximity to the city include Penn’s Landing Seaplane Base (WKV), located just off the Delaware River, Northeast Philadelphia (PNE), located 22 miles north of the city, Brandywine Airport (OQN) in West Chester, located 24 miles east of PHL, and Wings Field, located 28 miles north.

Northeast Philadelphia Philadelphia, PENNSYLVANIA, United States

New Castle Wilmington, DELAWARE, United States

Chester County G O Carlson Coatesville, PENNSYLVANIA, United States

Trenton Mercer Trenton, NEW JERSEY, United States

Millville Muni Millville, NEW JERSEY, United States

Atlantic City Intl Atlantic City, NEW JERSEY, United States

Robert J. Miller Air Park Toms River, NEW JERSEY, United States

Reading Rgnl/carl A Spaatz Field Reading, PENNSYLVANIA, United States

Lehigh Valley Intl Allentown, PENNSYLVANIA, United States

Lancaster Lancaster, PENNSYLVANIA, United States

Martin State Baltimore, MARYLAND, United States

Morristown Muni Morristown, NEW JERSEY, United States

Newark Liberty Intl Newark, NEW JERSEY, United States

University Park State College, PENNSYLVANIA, United States

Harrisburg Intl Harrisburg, PENNSYLVANIA, United States

Easton/newnam Field Easton, MARYLAND, United States

York York, PENNSYLVANIA, United States

Capital City Harrisburg, PENNSYLVANIA, United States

Baltimore/washington Intl Thurgood Marshal Baltimore, MARYLAND, United States

Teterboro Teterboro, NEW JERSEY, United States

John F Kennedy Intl New York, NEW YORK, United States

La Guardia New York, NEW YORK, United States

Carroll County Rgnl/jack B Poage Field Westminster, MARYLAND, United States

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