St. Martin, Caribbean Jet Charters
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Private Jet Charter Flights to/from St. Martin
Known for shopping as much as sailing, St. Martin offers jet charter travelers all the luxurious amenities and attractions that you could wish for — all duty free! Peruse the boutiques for speciality brands in Cupecoy. Watch the world famous St. Maarten Heineken Regatta or set sail yourself to beautiful and remote bays and beaches on St. Martin and the surrounding islands. Dive beneath the water to see a kaleidoscope fantasy world of coral reefs and shipwrecks, and head back to shore to enjoy fresh-caught seafood. Read more about private jet charter flights in St. Martin
St. Martin jet charter information
Located in the northeastern section of the Caribbean Sea, St. Martin, also known by its Dutch name Sint Maarten, is a small island measuring 34 square miles. Once a French and Dutch colony that has since been divided as a kingdom shared amongst the two nations, 60 per cent of its 78,000 residents live on the Dutch side, while 40 per cent can be found on the French side. The island is also known as the bargain capital of the world due to its tax and duty-free shopping opportunities, resulting in unbeatable prices on luxury items from all over the world.
Things to Do in St. Martin
St. Martin’s capital of Cupecoy is where all the action takes place. While some buildings such as the Blue Mall remain closed since Hurricane Irma, other shops, restaurants and attractions are open for business. If you’re feeling lucky, why not try your hand at the Starz City Casino (formerly the Atlantis), which has recently been remodelled. Although located right near town, Cupecoy Bay Beach offers a secluded place to spend the day sunbathing, beachcombing, swimming and snorkelling. The sandstone cliffs that surround the beach have eroded to provide a semiprivate cove and also feature caves, some with clothing optional areas, where you can get away from the crowds. Other St. Martin beaches that offer crystalline water and white sand include:
- Mullet Bay
- Maho Bay
- Orient Bay
- Friar’s Bay
One of the main events that attract tourists to St. Martin every year is the annual St. Maarten Heineken Regatta. Held in February-March, the four-day event sees seasoned sailors compete in a combination of windward-leeward and coastal races. The regatta is also known for its serious fun parties, with musical acts playing some of the legendary nightspots around the island. Those wanting to see another side of St. Martin should head to Seaside Nature Park, a unique place that offers 30 acres of unspoiled nature. Here you can go on a horseback tour of the trails and beaches, or go for a hike to get a view of the nearby islands of St. Barth, Saba and St. Eustatius. The guided kayak tour of Cole Bay includes a stop for snorkelling.
How to Book Charter Flights to St. Martin
Stratos Jet Charters is one of the most comprehensive and recognized air charter agencies in the industry. We are known for arranging private jet flights that exceed our customer’s expectations for safety, convenience, and service. We can have you aboard a St. Martin private jet charter flight in as little as four hours notice. As an on-demand jet charter agency, we have a large network of private jet aircraft that can accommodate the specific needs of your flight, whether you need a small turboprop for a quick hop to the islands, or a heavy jet to take you and your family back to the States.
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St. Martin Jet Charter Airports
The main airport for St. Martin private plane flights is Princess Juliana International Airport (TNCM), which is located on the Dutch side of the island. Its long runway can accommodate all of sizes of private and commercial jets. The Grand Case-Esperance Airport (TFFG), on the French side of St. Martin, has a smaller runway but can accommodate smaller private aircraft and is conveniently located near many resorts and beaches.