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Tucson Private Jet Charter Flights
An Arizona oasis awaits when you travel to Tucson. Surrounded by the Sonoran desert and five mountain ranges, Tucson’s temperate climate makes it the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors, whether its cycling through its bike-friendly streets, playing a round of golf, or exploring the desert to see the unique saguaro cactus. The city is also popular for business travelers as a center for aerospace and defense, technology and innovation. Read more about our private jet charter flights in Tucson.
Tucson Jet Charter Information
Located in Arizona’s Sonoran desert, Tucson is a geographically unique area of the United States with an interesting history. Surrounded by five mountain ranges—Santa Catalina Mountains, Tortolita Mountains, Santa Rita Mountains, Rincon Mountains, and the Tucson Mountains— the city experiences warm, dry summers, mild winters, and a monsoon season that provides water for household, agricultural and other uses. Because of its higher elevation, Tucson enjoys more precipitation and cooler temperatures than its sister city, Phoenix, but is still categorized as a desert climate. The University of Arizona's main campus in Tucson boasts the well-known and highly rated University of Arizona College of Medicine. One of the top 5 areas in the US for the aerospace and defense industries, Tucson’s economy is also based around manufacturing, research and development, and industrial technology,
Things to Do in Tucson
Central Tucson is bicycle-friendly, so be sure to specify extra cargo space to bring your bike on Tucson charter flights. Some city streets are actually bicycle-only, and do not permit vehicles. Another way to get around the city is to hop aboard the 3.9-mile Sun Link Tucson streetcar, which runs from Main Gate Square to the University of Arizona. Visit Reid Park, Tucson's largest park, which contains Reid Park Zoo and Hi Corbett Field, and go hiking or bicycling along the trails. Named after the native cactus that grows in the area, Saguaro National Park is located on either side of Tucson. Here you can follow trails along to see the petroglyphs of the ancient Hohokam people. The 4th Avenue Shopping District in Tucson is a distinctive shopping district, which features quaint shops where you'll find one-of-a-kind souvenirs and exciting treasures to bring home. The Tucson Rodeo, held ever February, is an event not to be missed! This nine-day celebration features a western-themed, non-motorized parade, and rodeo events include bull riding, bronc riding, steer wrestling and much more. Aviation buffs will want to visit the Pima Air and Space Museum, which features more than 300 air and spacecraft on display.
How to Book Charter Flights to Tucson
Contacting a Stratos Jet Charters’ aviation consultant makes planning your Tucson private charter hassle-free. Our agents are available 24/7 to answer any question you may have. We have access to over 5,000 available private aircraft to ensure you fly out on the most well-maintained private plane, equipped with the comforts and resources you request. Stratos can accommodate both private parties and large group charters in and out of Tucson. With amenities like customized dining preferences, spacious seating configurations, and countless in-flight entertainment options, chartering a private jet dramatically improves your flying experience.
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Tucson Jet Charter Airports
While Tucson International Airport (TUS) receives the bulk of commercial as well as private departures and arrivals in the Arizona city, those flying to Tucson can also land at Tucson’s International’s reliever airport, Marana Regional Airport (AVQ), which is located 26 miles of Tucson’s central business district. Another general reliever airport is Ryan Airfeld (RYN), located 14 miles southwest of downtown Tucson.