Tunica, Mississippi Jet Charters
A charming stop on the historic Blues Highway
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Tunica Private Jet Charter Flights
Tunica, Mississippi has its eyes towards the future. Once a struggling community, Tunica has blossomed with the introduction of casino resorts in the 1990s. Situated between the Mississippi River and the Historic Blues Highway (Highway 61), Tunica is on a journey towards greater things. Just 40 miles south of Memphis, charter flights to Tunica are popular with visitors who want to experience Southern charm while still being close to the casino attractions. Read more about our private jet charter flights in Tunica.
Tunica Jet Charter Information
Before booking your charter flights to Tunica, here’s a few things you should know:
- Tunica summers are long, hot and can be muggy, with average highs around 82°F. Winters are short, cold and wet. The best times of year to visit are late April to mid-June, and mid-August to mid-October.
- Tunica County is where Hernando De Soto was the first European to see the Mississippi River in 1541.
- Despite its small population, Tunica has produced four NFL football players: Parker Hall, Brandon Bryant, Bernardick McKinney and D. Donald Hawkins.
Things to Do in Tunica
With nine casino resorts, the Tunica area is now the third-largest casino gambling region in the United States, after Las Vegas and Atlantic City. There are plenty of attractions, both in the casino resorts and in the surrounding area:
Tunica Museum: Home of the “Best history lectures in town,” this museum traces Tunica’s Native American origins to the Civil War through to today. The Museum also runs the Tate Log House in downtown Tunica. It is the oldest structure in the county and demonstrates the early living conditions in the area.
Gateway to the Blues Museum: The history of blues music comes to life in all its haunted glory. Exhibits include a recording studio where you’ll learn the blues basics with a chance to record your very own song. Learn how instruments and vocal styles evolved, giving Mississippi Delta blues its unmistakable sound.
Cycle the Great River Road Trail: The gentle rolling farmlands of the delta are a cyclist’s dream. You have your choice of trails, depending on your schedule and experience. The 35-mile Great River Road Scenic Byway travels from the Tunica county line to Walls, MS. You’ll see cultural and historic landmarks that give the trail its nickname, “Blues Alley”. If you prefer a shorter ride, try the 13-mile loop from downtown Tunica to Moon Landing Park on the Mississippi River. It’s perfect for a light, casual ride and a picnic!
How to Book Charter Flights to Tunica
When you are ready to charter flights to Tunica casino resorts, just call Stratos Jet Charters; we’ll suggest the perfect aircraft for your travels. As always, our Trip Support team can arrange in-flight meals, rental vehicles, and hotel reservations. Whether you are booking a corporate retreat or a couple’s casino getaway, we can get you there.
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Tunica Jet Charter Airports
The benefit of using Stratos Jet Charters is that charter flights to Tunica have access to smaller regional airports. Tunica Muni Airport (airport code UTA) is the closest, just 2 miles east of Tunica. However, if you prefer an urban airport with additional amenities, Memphis International (MEM) is 40 miles northeast of Tunica.