Private jet charter from Idaho to Indiana
Planning a trip from Idaho to Indiana? Find out which are the best airports to fly to and how long the journey takes on different types of jet here.
Top private jet airports in Idaho
- Boise Air Terminal Gowen Field Airport, also known simply as Boise Airport, is the busiest airport in Idaho State, so maybe leave a little early to account for traffic and long queues.
- Idaho Falls Regional Airport, formerly known as Fanning Field, is conveniently located just two miles outside the central business district (CBD) of Idaho Falls in Bonneville County.
- Friedman Memorial Airport, the gateway to Sun Valley, was built on land donated by the Friedman family and is only one mile outside of Hailey, the county seat of Blaine County.
- Pocatello Regional Airport lies seven miles outside of Pocatello in Bannock County and is home to World War II training base the Pocatello Army Airfield
- Magic Valley Regional Airport is located four miles south of Twin Falls and offers free long and short-term parking.
Top private jet airports in Indiana
- Indianapolis International Airport is located seven miles outside downtown Indianapolis and was once known as Weir Cook Municipal Airport in honor of flying ace Col. Harvey Weir.
- South Bend International Airport is the third busiest in Indiana and has gone by many names over the years, including Bendix Municipal, Michiana Regional Transportation Center and St. Joseph County Airport.
- Fort Wayne International Airport is eight miles outside Fort-Wayne in Allen County. January and February are its slowest months; plan your travels accordingly if you want to avoid crowds.
- Evansville Regional Airport is moderately busy, with over 10,000 enplanements per year, and is conveniently located only three miles from Evansville.
- Gary/Chicago International Airport sits three miles from Gary in Lake County.
How long is the flight from Idaho to Indiana?
- If you’re flying from Friedman Memorial Airport to Evansville Regional Airport, the elegant Hawker Beechcraft Premier IA can get you there in just under three-and-a-half hours; time enough for you and up to five guests to enjoy the enhanced cabin features.
- Need more seats? The Cessna Citation Sovereign is a midsize marvel of engineering with ample space for nine passengers in a fully stand-up cabin. It can make the trip from Magic Valley Regional Airport to Indianapolis International Airport in three-and-a-half hours.
- Still not enough space for your party? Look no further than the mighty Bombardier Global XRS 6000. With space for 19 passengers and designed to fulfil the desires of the most sophisticated and demanding flyers, this jet can make the trip from Boise Airport to South Bend International Airport in just over three hours.
Top events in Indiana
Capital city Indianapolis is a hub for several major interstate highways (which is how the state got its “Crossroads of America” motto) and has much to offer travel-savvy visitors. The food is exceptional and affordable, with a diverse culinary scene from food trucks to fine dining earning it a reputation as one of America’s hottest foodie cities. Once you’ve had your fill of steak frites and cornmeal-fried catfish, work off those calories by hitting the Indy Cultural Trail, a bike- and pedestrian-friendly path that winds through some of the city’s coolest spots, with plenty of arty and architectural highlights along the way. All of this is underscored by the city’s world-famous Midwestern hospitality, dished out by some of the nicest people you’re likely to meet.
The Indianapolis 500, which turns 103 in 2019, is held annually at the end of May at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and features an open-wheel open cockpit formula known as “Indy Car Racing”. It’s one of the top three most prestigious motorsports events in the world. If you’re a Brickyard novice, here are the names to memorize: Ray Harroun (winner of the inaugural event), current champion Will Power and Rick Mears, a four-time winner who also holds the record for most career pole positions. Learn the words to “Back Home Again in Indiana”, traditionally sung at the start of the race, and you’ll fit right in.
Plan to visit the southwestern city of Jasper in early August for the annual Jasper Strassenfest, a four-day celebration of the city’s German heritage where visitors enjoy parades, polka bands, carnival rides and, of course, beer. The open-air Biergarten is the scene of such curious competitive arts as the Stein Holding Contest and the Polka and Chicken Dance Contest.
Visit Indianapolis on the last weekend in September for the Indy Jazz Festival, a 10-day extravaganza dedicated to “America’s classical music”. This showcase for the city’s rich jazz heritage has become a mainstay of the state’s arts and culture scene, with a lineup of modern masters and emerging stars. Don’t miss the Indy Jazz Fest Block Party, a closing night celebration at The Jazz Kitchen on the corner of 54th Street and College Avenue.
How much does it cost to charter a plane from Idaho to Indiana?
The cost of a private jet charter from Idaho to Indiana can be affected by many factors, such as the type of aircraft you charter and your chosen route. Find out more in this blog post about how much it costs to hire a private plane. For a tailored quote, speak to our team online or call +1 516 432 5901 to run you through your options.
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