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Private jet charter from Wisconsin to New Mexico


From spas to Spanish colonial architecture and rose-colored deserts to snow-capped peaks, New Mexico promises a feast of equal parts culture and nature. Once the home of Apache leader Geronimo and legendary outlaw Billy the Kid, this vast state also produced Pulitzer-winning author Cormac McCarthy and celebrated artist Georgia O’Keeffe. New Mexico isn’t all oil drilling and cattle ranching; it’s also the home of folk art, flamenco dancing and a famous stretch of Route 66. Read on to discover which are the best airports to fly from/to and how long the journey takes on different types of jet.

Top private jet airports in Wisconsin

  • Chippewa Valley Regional Airport, a few miles north of the city of Eau Claire, is the largest airport in North Wisconsin.
  • La Crosse Regional Airport is located five miles northwest of La Crosse and can accommodate the world’s largest aircraft.
  • John H Batten Airport, two miles north of Racine, served as a flight school for the army during World War II. These days it’s mostly used by local aviation enthusiasts.
  • Kenosha Regional Airport is located four miles west of Kenosha, Wisconsin’s fourth-largest city, on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan.
  • West Bend Municipal Airport is situated on the east side of the City of West Bend. With no scheduled air carrier servicers, it caters exclusively to private aircraft and corporate jets.

Top private jet airports in New Mexico

Photo taken during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta over the Rio Grande.
Photo taken during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta over the Rio Grande.
  • Santa Fe Regional Airport, 10 miles southwest of Santa Fe, is your gateway to New Mexico’s artsy capital.
  • A mile northwest of Farmington, Four Corners Regional Airport was once New Mexico’s second-busiest airport, but its location on a plateau means the runways can’t be extended to accommodate modern passenger jets. Your chartered jet, however, will be just fine.
  • Los Alamos Airport, just east of Los Alamos on the mesas of the Pajarito Plateau, is the perfect starting point for your exploration of northwestern New Mexico.
  • Three miles southeast of downtown Albuquerque, Albuquerque International Sunport Airport is New Mexico’s largest and welcomes five million passengers a year.
  • Lea County Regional Airport sits four miles west of Hobbs, a southern New Mexico city that’s home to the Soaring Society of America.

How long is the flight from Wisconsin to New Mexico?

Well under three hours, depending on the route you choose and the aircraft your charter; the perfect distance for a weekend getaway! Here are some examples of Wisconsin-to-New Mexico journey times:

  • It takes two hours and 24 minutes to fly from Chippewa Valley Regional Airport to Four Corners Regional Airport in the economical Cessna Citation Bravo. There’s room for up to seven passengers and plenty of baggage, including four golf bags, a few skis and some cases of New Mexico beer on the trip home.
  • The midsize Bombardier Learjet 55 will carry you and eight guests from La Crosse Regional Airport to Los Alamos Airport in a brisk two hours and 24 minutes.
  • Kenosha Regional Airport to Albuquerque International Sunport Airport takes two hours and 41 minutes in the super-midsize Bombardier Challenger 300. This nine-seater is a high performer, featuring elegant finishes and intelligent design.

Top events in New Mexico

A field of purple asters under a golden sunset light at Bandelier National Monument, in New Mexico.
A field of purple asters under a golden sunset light at Bandelier National Monument, in New Mexico.

The beer and burritos are two excellent reasons to visit New Mexico. The state’s famous green chile cheeseburger can be devoured at Santa Fe Bite, served on an enormous ciabatta-style bun and covered with green chiles and white cheese. The best steak is served at El Matador at The Bull Ring, also in capital Santa Fe and not to be confused with The Matador, New Mexico’s favorite dive bar. Unsurprisingly, New Mexico is also a great place to tuck into Mexican food; head to El Modelo in the state’s biggest city, Albuquerque, for tortillas, tamales, enchiladas, burritos, tostados and sopapilles. Albuquerqu is also one of the country’s top beer-cation destinations, so don’t miss the chance to sample a brew at Le Cumbre Brewery.

New Mexico holds strong to its Spanish heritage. Every June, the Festival Flamenco Albuquerque attracts the world’s best flamenco dancers for an eight-day celebration of this ancient artistic expression of Spanish-Romani culture. The city also hosts the International Balloon Festival in October; the world’s largest balloon festival with over 500 hot air balloons filling the sky. It’s the main event on the city’s cultural calendar, attracting around one million spectators, and a major showcase of New Mexico culture and history.

The Santa Fe Opera, located seven miles north of Santa Fe, is famous both for introducing new operas and for its productions of the standard operatic repertoire. Held in open-air facilities in a woodsy hilltop setting, the summer season runs from late June to mid-August and might include classics like Mozart’s Così Fan Tutte, French composer George Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers and Puccini’s famous La Bohème.

How much does it cost to charter a plane from Wisconsin to New Mexico?

Your budget should take into account the size of your party, the type of aircraft you charter and the route you take. You can read more in this blog post about how much it costs to hire a private plane. To get precise quotes for your bespoke journey and learn more about your options, speak to our team online or call us on +1 516 432 5901. Next, a dedicated account manager will take care of everything, so all you have to do is arrive in good time to enjoy your flight.

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