New Orleans and Atlanta Jet Charter
From the cultural excitement of New Orleans to the southern hospitality of Georgia’s capital city, there’s a charter jet perfect for your trip. Whether you’re ready to trade in the hustle and bustle of Bourbon Street for the diverse musical heritage of Atlanta, A New Orleans and Atlanta jet charter is the perfect mode of transportation when it comes to traveling between these two exciting cities. With all the modern amenities of a luxurious aircraft at your fingertips, you’ll arrive in ‘Hotlanta’ feeling refreshed and ready to take on all the culture and cuisine this well-loved city has to offer.
How much does a private jet from New Orleans to Atlanta cost?
For the short jaunt from New Orleans to Atlanta, we recommend a turboprop, like the Pilatus PC12 or similar. These peppy aircraft are affordable and economical. They also offer many of the modern luxury cabin amenities found in light jets. A turboprop for this trip will cost approximately $5,300 per leg. If you’re looking for a more luxurious flight, a midsize jet, like the Hawker 800XP, will cost around $12,000 for this leg. If cost isn’t a factor and you’re hoping to spend your time in the skies in sheer comfort, a super-midsize jet, like the Citation X, offers even more amenities and will cost around $13,000 for a one-way trip.
|Aircraft Type||Small Jet||Medium Jet||Heavy Jet||Turbo Prop|
|Estimated Price||$6,699 - $7,404||$9,578 - $10,587||$16,518 - $18,257||$4,799 - $5,304|
|Flight Duration||1.65 hrs||1.65 hrs||1.65 hrs||2.20 hrs|
How long does a private flight between New Orleans and Atlanta take?
It takes around two hours to cover the 440 miles that lie between New Orleans and Atlanta by air. That time can differ slightly based on the size of the aircraft used for the mission. For example, a turboprop will take longer to reach Atlanta than a jet. The time difference isn’t too noticeable, but if you’re on a tight schedule, hiring a jet over a turboprop is your best option. There are other ways to cut down on travel time too. Instead of booking a seat on a commercial airline, book a jet charter. When you fly privately, you can avoid the lengthy queues that come along with flying commercially. Instead, arrive at the airport minutes before your flight, board your waiting aircraft immediately and get started on your journey from New Orleans to Atlanta instantly. When you land, grab your belongings and head off on your way. There’s so need to wait for your bags at the baggage carousel as you’ll already have them with you.
|Aircraft Type||Distance in ML||Distance in KM||Duration|
|Small Jet||440||708||1.65 hr|
|Medium Jet||440||708||1.65 hr|
|Heavy Jet||440||708||1.65 hr|
Recommended private jets for your trip from New Orleans to Atlanta
Pilatus PC12Turboprop Charter Flights
Pilatus PC-12 Private Jet Charter Information The Pilatus PC12/PC12 NG charter aircraft, the ultimate aerial SUV, is a single-engine turboprop developed by Pilatus Aircrafts of Switzerland.View Aircraft
Private jet airports near New Orleans and Atlanta
New Orleans Area Airports
When you book a private jet charter from New Orleans to Atlanta, you have the ability to select your departure airport. Whether you prefer to fly out of a larger international airport or a smaller executive one, the choice is yours. Some of the more popular airports in the area include:
Atlanta Area Airports
If you have meetings to attend in Atlanta, it makes sense to arrive at an airport nearby. When you fly privately, you’ll be able to shave off ground travel time by landing at the airport of your choice. Some popular Atlanta-area airports include:
Empty Leg Flights from New Orleans to Atlanta
Savvy travelers understand how to travel the world on discounted flights, and flying privately is no exception. If you want to experience the benefits that only private aviation can provide without the hefty price tag, an empty leg charter may be exactly what you’re looking for. These flights can provide travelers with a 25-to-75-percent discount. There is a catch though. These flights are discounted for a reason. Since most charters are booked as one-way missions, operators offer flights at a lower price to try and fill the aircraft. This helps offset the costs of flying an empty charter back to home base. That means the date, airports, and aircraft will already be determined. If these minor inconveniences seem like a fair price to pay for a discounted charter, an empty leg charter is definitely the way to go.
|Empty Leg Flight||Available Dates||Aircraft Type||Aircraft Class||Trip Price|
|EGBB (Birmingham) - PDK (ATLANTA)||08/18/2020||Gulfstream GIVSP||a2N50000004WAc5EAG||-||Inquire|
Ground services in New Orleans and Atlanta
Once your agent has sourced the best aircraft for your upcoming trip from New Orleans to Atlanta, you’ll be put in touch with our Trip Support team. They’ll work with you to plan out every detail of your itinerary. Looking for a chauffeured ride to the airport? We’ll arrange it. Need last-minute tickets to that concert at State Farm Arena? We’ll help you find them. Hoping to get dinner reservations at Bacchanalia or The Capital Grill? We’ll make a call. No matter which experiences you’re hoping to enjoy in Atlanta, we’ll use our resources and know-how to ensure your trip is just as perfect as you imagined it to be.