Most people think of Hawaii as a tropical remedy to the cold, grey skies of winter but don’t rule out a visit to paradise just because it’s summertime. We all know about the obvious Hawaiian delights such as pristine beaches, world class surfing, and the peaceful daily pace but Hawaii is also very accommodating to private jets. Many of the airports on various islands cater to private jet charters. Whether you’re arriving from the mainland or doing a little island hopping, reserving a private jet can customize your vacation plans and maximize your hammock time.
If your route is from Los Angeles to Hawaii, our Super Mid Citation X private jet would be a great fit. The Citation X is the largest and fastest of the Cessna business jets. With room for eight passengers and a range of 3,050 nautical miles, you can arrive in Honolulu, Hilo, or Kapalua without refueling. Our Challenger 300 by Bombardier is also the perfect private jet to charter from Los Angeles to Hawaii. The Challenger is known for its coast-to-coast non-stop flying range and has a roomy cabin with in-flight access to the baggage compartment. So feel free to apply your sunscreen and slide into your flip flops before you even touch down.
If you’re not familiar with all the islands in the Hawaiian archipelago, their diversity is astounding. Knowing what landscape you would like to explore will be the key factor in determining which island to spend the most time on.
If you are drawn to a more bustling vibe with world class shopping, restaurants, and hotels nestled along the crystal blue waters of the Pacific, Oahu is calling you. Home to the state’s capital, Honolulu, this is the most populated island with 75% of the state’s residents living on Oahu. Waikiki, Pearl Harbor,and the famed North Shore surfing spots can all be found on Oahu. Our private jets can touch down at Honolulu International Airport or Dillingham Airfield on the North Shore.
Hana Airport, Kahului Airport, and Kapalua Airport all serve the island of Maui. Maui is the winner of several travel awards for the “Best Island In The World” and the location of the first and only Hawaiian commercial winery. It’s known as having the perfect conditions for windsurfing and is the place to explore the 33,265 acres of Haleakalā National Park. For the outdoor lover, this island should be on your bucket list for one-of-kind adventures.
If you’re seeking more solitude, check out the lava-filled landscape of the Big Island. This island with two active volcanoes has a more rugged environment with fewer permanent residents. So you can leave the crowds behind and discover the local spots such as Ahalanui Park with its thermal hot springs heated by a volcano to a steamy 90 degrees.
And don’t forget to explore the islands of Kauai, Lanai, and Molokai. With so much to experience in the Hawaiian islands, a private jet can be the most convenient and relaxing way to take it all in.
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