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Private jet charter from Florida to Idaho


Welcome to Idaho, a northwestern state filled with lush forests, awe-inspiring mountains and serene hot springs. Affectionately known as “The Gem State” for its abundance of natural resources and scenic environments, Idaho is the ideal destination for fans of the simple life looking to experience the world in all its natural glory. Though sparsely populated, this state is teeming with life, offering plenty for nature lovers, thrill chasers and peace seekers. Read on for our travel guide on chartering a private jet from Florida to Idaho.

How to get to Idaho from Florida by private jet charter

On average, flying from Florida to Idaho takes three to four hours. Arrange a private air charter to ensure you arrive in style. There are numerous airports to choose from, so we’ve narrowed down the best ones here:

Jacksonville

According to Airports Council International, Jacksonville International Airport consistently ranks among the finest airports in America, topping the list in 2016 and 2017. Jacksonville Executive at Craig Airport is another option and boasts a range of luxury features.

Tampa

When it comes to customer experience, Tampa International Airport ranks a close second. If traveling for business, however, Tampa Executive Airport is ideally located just 15 minutes from the city’s central business district (CBD).

Miami

Miami Executive Airport and Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport stand out for personalized service and grant private jet passengers access to exclusive luxury lounges and concierge services.

Orlando

Orlando Sanford International Airport, one of the busiest airports in Florida, offers individualized service. If you want to avoid the crowds, though, try Orlando Executive Airport for a quieter option.

Where to go in Idaho by private jet charter

Surrounded by Wyoming, Montana, Washington and Oregon, Idaho is a natural paradise home to an abundance of state parks like the lush Ponderosa State Park. Spend your days reconnecting with nature on various hiking trails while taking in the awe-inspiring landscapes of Idaho’s mountain ranges. Shoshone Falls, a 212 ft waterfall (45 feet higher than Niagara Falls), is a sight not to be missed. Round off your days in the healing waters of Boat Box Hot Springs.

Boise

A view from the Boise train depot at dawn, with snow covering the train tracks
A view from the Boise train depot at dawn, with snow covering the train tracks

Idaho’s capital and largest city, Boise also houses Boise Air Terminal Gowen FLD Airport, one of the best airports in the state. The city offers much to see, such as the River Green Belt and the Old Idaho Penitentiary, a historic prison dating back to 1872 and brimming with stories of the daring inmates who were once confined there. Close to Boise is Idaho City, a town steeped in mining history. Here you can hike up Sunset Mountain or take a picturesque stroll along the Crooked River Trail. Conclude your day soaking up the rich natural warm waters at The Springs luxury spa.

Idaho Falls

Idaho Falls Regional Airport brings you directly to this majestic town. Experience a range of natural wonders, from the astounding falls to the geological formations of Hell’s Half Acre. The Museum of Idaho is also found here, offering insightful histories of the area.

Sunset Valley

If you’re an avid skier, Sunset Valley Resort’s luxury condos will cater to all of your needs. In the off-season, guests still find this destination worthwhile through hiking, biking, golfing and fly-fishing. Let us charter you to Friedman Memorial Airport, just southeast of Hailey, to visit this unforgettable holiday hotspot.

Uniquely Idaho

Apart from sweeping landscapes and rich nature, Idaho also offers some unique and quirky sights and festivals for the curious traveler. On the third Saturday of every September is Idaho Spud Day – a 90-year-old tradition which sees locals celebrate the wondrous potato through feasting, parading and pageantry. Return to yesteryear at the National Oldtime Fiddlers’ Contest in Weiser on the third full week of June; or for more contemporary music, head to the annual Boise Music Festival in the same week. For those who would like to experience all of Idaho’s sceneries in stunning panorama, the Teton Valley Hot Air Balloon Rally is a sight to behold at the end of June.

How long does it take to fly by private jet charter from Florida to Idaho?

A private jet flies through clouds over a mountainous landscape
A private jet flies through clouds over a mountainous landscape

The flight from Tampa International Airport to Boise Air Terminal Gowen FLD Airport takes around two hours and 40 minutes. A Bombardier Learjet 31 can complete this journey in style and luxury for you and seven other travelers.

Flying from Miami International Airport to Idaho Falls Regional Airport takes approximately four hours and 50 minutes in a Dassault Falcon 20, which seats eight passengers.

If you’re flying from Jacksonville International Airport to Friedman Memorial Airport in a Cessna Citation X, which accommodates eight passengers, expect a trip of just under four hours.

How much does it cost to charter a private jet from Florida to Idaho?

The cost of a private jet charter from Florida to Idaho depends on the departure and arrival airports and the type of jet you charter. Use our simple pricing tool to calculate the costs.

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