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Wenatchee Private Jet Charter Flights
You may have been to “the Big Apple,” but have you been to Wenatchee, “The Apple Capital of the World”? This welcoming community in north-central Washington has the perfect climate for bountiful apple orchards, and for memorable holiday getaways. Nestled on the Columbia River and the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, charter flights to Wenatchee are popular with outdoor enthusiasts year-round. Read more about our private jet charter flights in Wenatchee.
Wenatchee Jet Charter Information
Wenatchee is a great place to visit year around. Here’s a couple quick facts about the Apple Capital.
- Wenatchee experiences a semi-arid climate, with winter temperatures between 35-42 degrees, and summers from 75-80 degrees.
- The city was officially incorporated in January 1893. River trade and fertile orchards help the city grow in the 20th century.
- The 2019 population estimate is 33,962.
- In 1931, pilot Clyde Pangborn and copilot Hugh Herndon flew from Japan to East Wenatchee, becoming the first aviators to fly nonstop across the Pacific. Charter flights to Wenatchee still land at Pangborn Memorial Airport, named after this aviation pioneer.
- Over the last twenty years, many Wenatchee area fruit orchards have converted to wineries. Each season, the soil and vintages improved. The wine industry is now one of the top economic drivers in the region, with over a dozen local wineries to explore.
Things to Do in Wenatchee
Although it may not have the glamor of larger centers, Wenatchee is a gateway to northern Washington’s extraordinary natural attractions. Here are some of the favorite activities:
Mission Ridge Ski & Snowboard Mountain. Thanks to the climate and location, this ski area is blessed with light powder and over 300 days of sunshine a year. Just 12 miles from Wenatchee, Mission Ridge is built into a 2,000-acre basin on the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains. They brag that they are “a little higher, a little drier, and quite a bit ‘sunshinier’" than other local mountains. Perfect for family skiing.
Apple Capital Loop Trail. This well-maintained 10-mile trail lets walkers and cyclists of all ages enjoy the local scenery. The trailhead starts in Riverfront Park in Wenatchee, and loops through neighborhood parks and across both the Columbia and Wenatchee Rivers. More experienced cyclists will enjoy the Wenatchee Valley “Fruit Loops,” which are longer trails that travel along the rivers past the many scenic mountain views and orchards between communities.
Wine tours. As mentioned, the wine industry is thriving in Wenatchee. Several tour operators will take you to the wineries and tasting rooms that dot the stunning valley. Or, you can always choose a handful, and explore them yourself. They are too numerous to list here, but a good resource is the Craft Drinks page at visitwenatchee.org. Local cideries, breweries, distilleries and wineries are listed there. Raise a glass and enjoy the local beverages - Cheers!
How to Book Charter Flights to Wenatchee
When you are ready to book charter flights to Wenatchee, call Stratos Jet Charters. Our friendly private flight advisors can help arrange your northern Washington getaway. We’ll arrange the aircraft and the logistics to ensure you have the best visit to Wenatchee. And our Trip Support team can help with the extras such as in-flight meals, ground transportation, and hotel reservations. Whether you are booking a corporate retreat or a family holiday, we can handle the details.
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Wenatchee Jet Charter Airports
Depending on the aircraft size, visitors on charter flights to Wenatchee have several options for arrival airports. The Stratos Jet Charter advantage is that, unlike the major commercial carriers, Stratos has access to smaller regional airports. Pangborn Memorial Airport (EAT) is the closest, only 6 miles southeast of Wenatchee. However, if you want to be closer to the mountains, Cashmere-Dryden Airport (airport code 8S2) is 16 miles northwest of Wenatchee.