Private Jet Charter to Houston
Houston is the largest city in Texas and a bustling business hub known as the Energy Capital of America. The city is home to huge oil, banking, and biomedical companies as well as a thriving alternative energy industry and NASA’s Johnson Space Center. However, there’s more to Houston than business, and visitors also come to enjoy the city’s museums, southern-style eateries, gigantic malls, and famous rodeo festivals.
Why not start your vacation or business trip in style by chartering a private jet to Houston? Nothing beats the convenience of flying privately with fast boarding, plenty of luggage space, and in-flight amenities like offices, entertainment centres, and separate cabin zones for dining, sleeping, and relaxing. We offer a vast range of luxurious private jets to suit all needs, from light aircraft for up to eight passengers to heavy jets for parties of 16 plus.
For small groups, a light craft such as a Hawker or Cessna is an ideal, economical option. The Embraer Phenom 300 offers a fine balance of speed and performance, with large windows and plenty of baggage space. Heavy jets from the likes of Bombardier, Embraer, and Gulfstream are perfect for larger parties. The Bombardier Challenger 850 offers separate spaces for working, dining, and sleeping. For a VIP experience, The Airbus A318 Elite has a lounge, dining area, bathroom, and private office that converts into a bedroom.
There are over 40 airports within 50 miles of Houston, so there’s plenty of choice when it comes to chartering a private flight to the city. The top seven airports for private jets in Houston include:
- William P. Hobby Airport
- Houston County Airport
- George Bush Intercontinental Airport
- David Wayne Hooks Airport
- West Houston Airport
We can arrange a private jet charter quote to Houston from any destination. Traveling from Dallas? It’ll take just over an hour and cost from $14,000 in a light jet or $14,300 in a heavy jet. If you’re coming from New York, the journey to Houston will take under four hours and prices start at $22,900 for a light aircraft or $43,300 in a heavy jet. Journeys from Los Angeles to Houston take around three hours and can cost upwards of $18,900 in a light jet and $42,000 in a heavy aircraft.
As the fourth-largest city in America, Houston is a sprawling metropolis of skyscrapers. The city is also packed with culture and there’s something to keep every type of visitor busy. Love museums? There are 19 to explore, including the Houston Museum of Natural Science and the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum. Don’t miss a tour of the Space Center Houston to learn all about America’s aerospace history. The city’s biggest annual event is the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo in February/March, which features a carnival, concerts, cowboy rodeos, and food stands.
Houston’s outdoor highlights include the leafy, 160-acre Buffalo Bayou Park, and Hermann Park, where you’ll find Houston Zoo and the Miller Outdoor Theater. Sports fans should catch a game at the famous Minute Maid Park, home to baseball’s Houston Astros, while theater-goers will love the city’s highly-regarded performing arts scene. If you fancy some retail therapy, the gigantic Galleria mall is the place to shop. Houston has restaurants to suit every taste, from Asian to Mexican, Southern American, and Italian fare.
Where to Stay in Houston
If you’re traveling to Houston for work, then there’s no better place to stay than The Four Seasons in the downtown business district. Enjoy the hotel’s complimentary local chauffeur and business services. When work’s over, take time to dine in the Italian restaurant and relax in the resort-style pool, fitness center, and Clarins Spa. Rooms at The Four Seasons cost from $470 per night.
For something quirkier, Hotel ZaZa has themed suites, a day spa, outdoor pool, and award-winning restaurant the Monarch Bistro. Located in the museum district, rooms cost from $315 per night. The Hotel Granduca Houston is a chic Italian-style boutique hotel in the trendy uptown district, with rooms costing from $199 to $295 per night. Enjoy the five-star hotel’s bar, saltwater pool, fitness center, and Ristorante Cavour helmed by executive chef Enrico Glaudo.
If you’re planning a trip to Houston, why not make the journey as convenient and luxurious as possible by chartering a private plane? We can charter aircraft from anywhere in the country, contact us to arrange a quote.