The Best American Cities for Private Jet Travel this Winter

Whether you are looking for a beautiful wintertime landscape, want to feel like you have walked right into a snow globe, or simply want to make your great escape somewhere south and warm for the winter, these American cities are among top wintertime destinations – with good reason. Presidential Aviation, the leading name in luxury jet charters, is standing by to take you there.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

While downhill skiing, snowmobiling, and ice skating may be the main attractions for visiting Jackson Hole in winter, its close proximity to the breathtaking Teton Mountain Range in Grand Teton National Park makes it a must-see wintertime destination. Even if your idea of winter fun has more to do with curling up by a roaring fire with the mountains for a view, this trip is one you can’t miss. As if you need another reason to visit, Jackson Hole is only 128 miles from the famous Yellowstone National Park, which is also stunning to see in winter.

Jackson Hole boasts several truly outstanding luxury hotels, like the Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole, Amangani, and The Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa, that have received prestigious awards. At any of these resorts and others, visitors can be mesmerized by the majestic beauty of Jackson Hole’s valley enveloped by its magnificent snow-clad mountains, all the while being pampered in style.

New York City, New York

If you have ever needed an excuse to take a bite out of the Big Apple, the magic of Christmas in New York City is one of the best reasons running. There is nothing quite like the magic of display windows, the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center, seeing the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall, and ice skating in Bryant Park. It’s like the entire city rolls out the red carpet for Christmas and visitors get front row tickets to the show as they walk by decorated shop windows after flying into Teterboro, NJ in a private jet.

Aspen, Colorado

While Aspen is a year-round destination, it really ups its ante in the winter. By taking a quick private jet charter flight to Aspen, Colorado, you can enjoy downhill skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, sleigh rides, ice skating, horseback riding, sightseeing tours, zip lines, nightlife, and more. One of the biggest attractions you do not want to miss is the Silver Queen Gondola Ride to the top of Aspen Mountain. The Aspen/Pitkin County Airport is conveniently located only five minutes from the resort area of Aspen making flying in on your private jet charters rewarding.

Las Vegas, Nevada

Sometimes, it’s all about the glitz. And Las Vegas has plenty of it to go around. From the glittering lights and sound of casino floors throughout the city, to first-class hotel accommodations, world-class magic shows, showgirls, celebrity musicians, there is outstanding entertainment for the entire family. Wintertime temperatures may dip down into the 30s at night, but often remain comfortably in the 50s during the day. Hopping on a Las Vegas private jet charter gets you to this fun winter city in a flash.

West Palm Beach, Miami and the Florida Keys

Some people (many people actually), however, are looking for great ways to escape the bitter cold, abundant snow, and ice storms this winter — without heading out of the country. The good news is that Florida, at least the southernmost points of the state, offers an outstanding solution. As a bonus, there are plenty of regional airports, such as the West Palm Beach, Boca Raton Airport, Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport, Opa-Locka and Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport, and, to help you reach your ideal Florida destination, without the headaches and hassle of major airport hubs.

West Palm Beach is the epitome of luxury and elegance. Enjoy miles of fine sand beaches and bathe in South Florida’s warm winter sun. Stroll up and down Worth Avenue, one of the 10 most iconic streets in the United States according to USA Today’s 10Best, and stay in any of sumptuous accommodations that the city if famous for.

Miami offers sand, surf, and a sizzling hot nightlife year round. Of course, the diverse city offers a plethora of exciting cuisine, which is a true cultural blend and fusion of Latin, European, African, and American traditions.

The Keys offer some of the most amazing views of the Atlantic and Gulf waters you’ll ever hope to see, and a bit of that “Old Florida Charm” void of tall high-rises and mega condominium structures.

These American cities are outstanding destinations for winter fun or an opportunity to escape the worst polar vortexes Old Man Winter has to throw your way.

For more information, visit www.Presidential-Aviation.com or call (954) 772-8622.

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