Providence, Rhode Island Jet Charters
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Providence Private Jet Charter Flights
This Rhode Island capital city on Narragansett Bay is home to Brown University, an Ivy League institution and one of nine colonial colleges in the nation. Providence attracts academics as well as those who come to do business and enjoy a holiday off the shores of the Atlantic. Not just a college town, make sure to dine at the many fine restaurants in the city’s hip and historical downtown. Read more about our private jet charter flights in Providence.
Providence Jet Charter Information
The capital city of Rhode Island, Providence was one of the first established cities in the US. A preacher named Roger Williams, who had to flee Massachusetts due to religious persecution, settled on the island in 1636. He is said to have bought a plot of land from the Narragansett Indians and then started a settlement where its inhabitants were allowed to express their religion and politics freely. Called Providence, the settlement eventually turned into a bustling seaport, with trade between those in the New World and Europe. Decimated in 1938 by the destructive path of the Great New England Hurricane, Providence has since recovered and today thrives as a busy destination for both tourists and those doing business, with manufacturing and service industries now dominating the city's commerce. Providence is also home to several institutions for higher learning such as Ivy League Brown University, Johnson and Wales University, Rhode Island School of Design and Providence College.
Things to Do in Providence
The city’s historical buildings and beautiful surroundings are part of its many attractions. Make sure to visit:
- The Arcade, the nation’s oldest shopping center built in 1828
- Brown University, founded in 1764
- Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum
- John Brown House Museum
- Museum of Natural History and Planetarium
A self-guided walking tour of Providence would not be complete without a visit to the colorful home of late author H.P. Lovecraft, a predecessor of Stephen King, known for his supernatural horror-fiction tales. Families can enjoy a visit to WaterPlace Park, a four-acre recreational park occupied by an amphitheater, landscaped terraces, boat ramps and docks, and copious walkways and park benches. Roger Williams Park Zoo is home to the Museum of Natural History and Planetarium, a gorgeous botanical gardens and Carousel Village, which features pony rides and a vintage carousel for kids. Providence is also known for its arts and cultural attractions and is considered a culinary capital with many fine-dining establishments.
How to Book a Charter Flights to Providence
Booking charter flights to Providence though Stratos Jet Charters puts you in control of your private flying experience. We give you the flexibility to select departure times and locations that work with your busy schedule. Our dedicated private flight advisors will help you coordinate the details of your charter flight and facilitate transactions. At Stratos, we strive to provide our clients with the highest quality of service and communication, that's why our team of knowledgeable aviation consultants is available around the clock to answer any potential question.
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Providence Jet Charter Airports
Travelers have two convenient airports to choose from when you land by Providence charter plane. Located six miles south of the city, T.F. Green State Airport (PVD) is Providence’s international airport for commercial air traffic. Travelers coming to Providence on private aircraft might prefer either North Central State Airport (SFZ), with is just nine miles from Providence, or Quonset State Airport (NCO), located 21 miles south of the city on the west shore of Narragansett Bay. The latter serves as a joint military-civil airport where both Rhode Island’s Air National Guard and Army National Guard are stationed.