Private Jet Charter from Miami to Los Angeles
Charter flights from Los Angeles to Miami represent one of the longer travel itineraries we offer within the United States. As such, it requires a jet with transcontinental flight capabilities to make the journey without stopping along the way. Both of these sun-drenched cities feature a Latino culture and are popular destinations for travelers in search of great weather, gorgeous beaches and exhilarating nightlife. Whether you’re flying from the Sunshine State to the Golden State, or visa versa, Stratos Jets will pair you with an appropriate charter plane that meets your precise needs, ensuring your travel plans are executed exactly as you expect.
How much does it cost to book a private jet charter from Miami to Los Angeles?
As a coast-to-coast mission, a charter flight from Los Angeles to Miami requires an aircraft with significant range capabilities. Because jet charters are calculated based on flight time, longer flights like this are more costly than short-range flights. This is because they require more fuel and longer crew hours, which add to the overall cost. To give you an idea of how much a private jet rental from Los Angeles to Miami would cost, you’d be looking at about $28,000 for a midsize jet, $33,000 for a super-midsize jet and $46,000 for a heavy jet.
|Aircraft Type||Small Jet||Medium Jet||Heavy Jet||Turbo Prop|
|Estimated Price||-||$28,261 - $31,236||$44,916 - $49,644||-|
|Flight Duration||-||5.50 hrs||5.10 hrs||-|
How Long Does a Private Jet Between Los Angeles and Miami Take?
The average flight time for a private jet charter from Los Angeles to Miami is roughly five hours. If you’re on a tight schedule, or you simply want to spend as little time in the air as possible, a super-midsize jet like the Citation X will shave off a considerable amount of time for a flight of that duration. It is the fastest civilian jet on the planet, capable of reaching cruise speeds of 604mph. In the heavy jet category, the Dassault Falcon 7X or the Gulfstream G650 will also achieve high-end cruise speeds. To help give you a better understanding, the following graph illustrates the approximate flight times for each aircraft class.
|Aircraft Type||Distance in ML||Distance in KM||Duration|
|Medium Jet||2338||3762||5.50 hr|
|Heavy Jet||2338||3762||5.10 hr|
Recommended private jets for your trip from Miami to Los Angeles
Citation XSuper-midsize Private Jet Charters
Citation X Jet Charters Citation X corporate jets provide performance and comfort for an outstanding charter flight experience.View Aircraft
Challenger 350Super-midsize Private Jet Charters
With the ability to carry eight passengers up to 3,200 nautical miles, the Challenger 350 jet charter is an excellent option in the super-midsize jet class.View Aircraft
Embraer Legacy 600Heavy Private Jet Charters
The Embraer Legacy 600/EMB-135BJ private jet charter is a leading heavy jet from the reputable line of the Brazilian manufacturer’s business aircraft division.View Aircraft
Private jet airports near Miami and Los Angeles
Miami Area Airports
Florida and California both rank highly in terms of the number of airports capable of handling private jet charters. No matter which direction you’re flying, you’ll have plenty of choice when booking a private jet charter from Miami to Los Angeles. Depending on where you’re located in Miami, you could depart from any of the following airports:
Empty Leg Flights from Los Angeles to Miami
Finding empty leg flights from Los Angeles to Miami is a great way to save money on luxury charter flights. All it requires is a little flexibility on your part to make it work.
If you’re willing to amend your travel plans to work around an established flight time, or travel to an airport that’s a little further away to board the plane, you stand to save a lot of money. In some cases, the aircraft offered might not be the best option for your travel needs, but it can still execute your mission safely and comfortably.
In most cases, empty leg flights are a result of a one-way jet charter returning to base after completing a mission. Rather than fly home without a passenger load, the operator will often advertise the empty leg at a discounted rate. This helps cover operational costs such as fuel and crew time.
|Empty Leg Flight||Available Dates||Aircraft Type||Aircraft Class||Trip Price|
|MIA (MIAMI) - AGC (PITTSBURGH)||01/26/2021||Gulfstream GIV||Heavy||-||Inquire|
Ground Services in Miami and Los Angeles
Don’t want the hassle of driving in traffic in downtown Los Angeles? Need help finding an oceanfront villa in Miami? The Stratos Jets Trip Support team can help arrange these details for you, allowing you to focus on more important matters. Whether you’re booking charter flights from Miami to Los Angeles for business or leisure, our trip support team will ensure every aspect of your trip. From the moment you leave the front door of your home to the time settle into your luxury hotel, we’ll ensure your travels are seamless and worry-free.