Dallas Private Jet Charter Flights

Dallas Charter Flights is one of Exquisite Air Charter’s favorite destinations. Dallas remains a very popular destination. We aren’t sure if it is because they are home to America’s football team, a beautiful place, or just a great city overall. What we do know is that it is a great place to visit or to live!

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Thousands of customers, from all over the world, travel to Dallas on private jets every year. Whether you’re travelling to Dallas for leisure or business, we are your trusted private jet flight specialists.

Our impeccable industry relationships afford you access to thousands of luxury jets around the globe. Whether you prefer a small jet or require a chartered airliner, we are available 24/7 to assist you. The following are some of the most popular private jets for travelling to Dallas.

Citation CJ3

Range: 2,040 NM | Passengers (max) 7

Hawker 800XP

Range: 2,540 NM | Passengers (max) 8

Challenger 300

Range: 3,567 NM | Passengers (max) 13

Gulfstream G-IV SP

Range: 4,091 NM | Passengers (max) 19

Dallas Empty Legs

The best private jet flight savings often come from taking advantage of empty leg, one-way, flights available to/from Dallas. Click the button below to see if you can save up to 50% off the original price by booking an empty leg, one-way, flight to or from Dallas.

How Much Does A Dallas Charter Jet Cost?

Private jet charter costs vary according to the size and type of private jet. For instance, the average hourly private jet charter rate by aircraft class are as follows:

Turbo Props: $2,200 per flight hour
Very Light Jets: $2,850 per flight hour
Light Jets: $3,150 per flight hour
Mid-Sized Jets: $3,750 per flight hour
Super Mid-Sized Jets: $4,650 per flight hour
Heavy Jets: $8,650 per flight hour

Where to Stay in Dallas

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek encompasses beautiful landscaping, amazing cuisine, and a gorgeous spa! This glamorous hotel sits discreetly among the trees of the Turtle Creek neighborhood. One of our most notable experiences was some of the food that highlights the bounty of some local farmers.

The Joule Hotel

The Joule is in the heart of Downtown Dallas and is an art-inspired masterpiece. The Joule has an exceptionally beautiful lobby for a boutique hotel. With this being an art-inspired hotel, it naturally attracts art collectors, fashionistas, and entertainers; among others! The hotel has two restaurants: CBD Provisions (an American brasserie) and Americano (Southern Italian Eatery).

Four Seasons Hotel and Club

The Four Seasons Hotel and Club is perfect for golfers and their entire family! This luxurious hotel has beautiful grounds and a laid-back aura. LAW (acronym for Land, Air and Water) is an amazing restaurant that serves locally sourced meats and has a master sommelier to help you choose an amazing wine pairing. They even have yoga, 12 tennis courts, and more than 40 exercise classes each week.

Hotel Crescent Court

The Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is gaming-free. Visitors love the quite atmosphere and family-friendly environment of this five-star rated hotel class. While it is located adjacent to the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, it actually sits on the top five floors of Mandalay Bay’s tower yet has its own entrance and elevators. Guests can use the seasonal pool here or the incredible Mandalay Bay Pools – even float along their Lazy River.

The Ritz Carlton

The ARIA Resort and Casino seems to be among the favorite of travelers visiting Las Vegas. With cutting-edge technology, central location, and an abundance of amenities, how could you go wrong? The ARIA is an MGM property and has plenty of eateries and pools plus a spa and salon and some of the trendiest bars and lounges. Private travelers often opt for the ARIA Sky Suites – a luxurious AAA Five Diamon retreat!

The Adolphus

Encore is the newest five-star rated signature resort within the Wynn collection. It is a classy, yet chic, boutique hotel. If you enjoy shopping in Las Vegas, Encore includes top-brand retail boutiques alongside their amazing culinary offerings and other leisure activities. Their nightclubs are revered as ultra-chic and their European-inspired spa and salon is adored by many. The ambiance at the Encore at Wynn is elegant yet casual.

What to do in Las Vegas

What isn’t there to do in Las Vegas might be a better question! Of course there are the no-brainers: gambling, shows, amazing shopping, great food, strip clubs (if that’s your thing), concerts, etc… But Vegas has so much more to offer.

  • Bellagio Conservatory
  • Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
  • The Escape Game at Caesars Forum Shops
  • Circus Circus (games, circus, and more!)
  • ARIA Campus Fine Art Collection
  • The Ice Rink at Boulevard Pool in the Cosmopolitan (Nov. 20-Jan. 10)
  • 4D Ultimate Experience at Excalibur
  • Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo
  • Mandalay Bay Shark Reef
  • Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage
  • The Roller Coaster at New York – New York
  • Palazzo Waterfall Atrium and Gardens
  • Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck at Paris
  • The Park at The Park
  • KISS: By Monster Mini Gold at Rio
  • Rio Voodoo Zip Line
  • SkyJump Las Vegas at Stratosphere
  • Marvel Avengers STATION Interactive Exhibit Las Vegas at Treasure Island
  • Gondola Ride at the Venetian
  • Vegas Indoor Skydiving on the strip
  • …and so much more!
Private Airports in Las Vegas
McCarran International Airport

The McCarran International Airport is the airport most widely requested for Las Vegas Flights. This airport is the primary airport in the Las Vegas area. It is closer to the Las Vegas strip than the other Las Vegas area airports.

Henderson Executive Airport

The Henderson Executive Airport is approximately 13 miles northwest of downtown Las Vegas. This airport is often preferred by locals who are not going to the Las Vegas strip or downtown Las Vegas when flying into the Las Vegas area.

North Las Vegas Airport

The North Las Vegas Airport is approximately 3 miles northwest from downtown Las Vegas. The North Las Vegas Airport is a less congested alternate airport and often preferred by passengers visiting downtown Las Vegas.

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