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Private Jet to the 2018 NBA Finals

Air Charter Advisors is your source for on-demand private jet rentals and air charter flights to/from the NBA Finals this year!

Will the Cavalier’s make it out of the East this year with a new supporting cast around LeBron, or will Toronto, Pilly, Boston, or a darkhorse out of the East advance? Will we see the Warrior’s win the West for the fourth year in a row, or will Houston claim the throne with the #1 seed and home court?

UPDATE: It’s a re-match. For the fourth consecutive year, the Cavaliers will face the Warriors in the NBA Finals. This marks the 8th straight NBA Finals appearance for LeBron James, who seeks to deliver the Cavs’ 2nd title before holding the league hostage with summer free-agency. The Warriors, looking for their 3rd ring in their 4th consecutive Finals appearance, look to solidify their position not only as a basketball dynasty, but as one of the greatest NBA teams of all-time.

Check out the aviation markets below to charter a private plane to the 2018 NBA Finals
Ohio Jet Charter | Cleveland Jet Charter
Oakland Jet Charter | San Francisco Jet Charter | Bay Area Airports

No matter who your team is facing on their run to the Finals, our air charter company is here to arrange on-demand jet charters to/from cities across the country throughout the playoffs.

Our team specializes in private jet charter services with flights spanning the globe, and with access to thousands of planes, we can connect you to the perfect aircraft, along with arranging luxury concierge services to create the ultimate tarmac to courtside VIP experience.

Aircraft Options | Private Air Charter Service

Our Wyvern-certified private air charter brokers have access to thousands of planes at a moment’s notice for private flights to NBA Finals games this June.

Whether you’re looking to avoid the hassles of flying commercial or for the most stylish, lavish way to arrive for tip-off, we’ll present a variety of aircraft options that suit the goals and budget of your trip.

Hundreds of private jets will be flying back and forth throughout the playoffs, into the conference finals, and especially during the the Finals. Transient planes left empty from the back and forth travel in a series can create an opportunity to use an empty leg jet to reduce your cost. Discuss all of the aircraft options with your Air Charter Advisors and charter a private plane throughout the NBA Playoffs!

Piston | Turbo Props

  • Beech Baron 58
  • Cessna 340
  • Cessna Conquest II
  • Cessna Grand Caravan
  • Cessna Stationair
  • Cirrus SR-22
  • King Air 90
  • King Air 100
  • King Air 200
  • King Air 250
  • King Air 300
  • King Air 350
  • Piaggio Avanti II
  • Pilatus PC-12
  • Piper Cheyenne
  • Piper Malibu
  • Piper Matrix
  • Piper Meridian
  • Piper Navajo Chieftain
  • Piper Seneca

View all Pistons and Turbo-Props

VLJ | Light Jets | Super Light

  • Beechjet 400 / 400A
  • Cessna Citation Bravo
  • Cessna Citation CJ
  • Cessna Citation CJ2 / CJ2+
  • Cessna Citation CJ3 / CJ3+
  • Cessna Citation CJ4 / CJ4+
  • Cessna Citation Encore
  • Cessna Citation M2
  • Cessna Citation Mustang
  • Cessna Citation Ultra
  • Eclipse 500
  • Hawker 400XP
  • Honda Jet
  • Lear Jet 31 / 31A
  • Lear Jet 35 / 35A
  • Lear Jet 40 / 40XR
  • Lear Jet 45 / 45XR (SLJ)
  • Nextant 400XT
  • Phenom 100
  • Phenom 300 (SLJ)

View all VLJ | Light Jets | Super Light

Mid-Size | Super-Mid Size Jets

  • Cessna Citation Excel / XLS
  • Cessna Citation Sovereign
  • Cessna Citation X (10)
  • Challenger 300 / 350
  • Falcon 50 / 50EX
  • Gulfstream G150 / G200 / G280
  • Hawker 700
  • Hawker 800 / 800A / 800XP / 850XPi
  • Hawker 900 / 900XP
  • Hawker 1000 / 4000
  • Lear Jet 55
  • Lear Jet 60 / 60XR
  • Legacy 500

View all Mid-Size and Super Mid-Size Jets 

Large | Heavy Jets

  • Challenger 601
  • Challenger 604 | 605
  • Challenger 850
  • Embraer Lineage 1000
  • Falcon 900 / LX
  • Falcon 2000 / EX / LX / LXS
  • Global 5000
  • Gulfstream G450
  • Gulfstream GIV / G4
  • Gulfstream GIV-SP / G4 SP
  • Lear jet 70 /75 
  • Legacy 600
  • Legacy 650

View all Heavy | Large Jets

Ultra-Long Range Jets

  • Falcon 5X
  • Falcon 7X
  • Falcon 8X
  • Global Express / XRS
  • Global 6000
  • Global 7000
  • Global 8000
  • Gulfstream GV / G5
  • Gulfstream G550
  • Gulfstream G600
  • Gulfstream G650 / ER

View all Long Range Jets

VIP Jumbo Jet Airliners

  • Airbus ACJ-318 Elite Corporate Jet
  • Airbus ACJ-319 VIP
  • Airbus ACJ-320 VIP
  • Airbus ACJ-321 VIP
  • Boeing Business Jet BBJ / BBJ2 / BBJ3
  • Boeing B-727 VIP
  • Boeing B-737 VIP
  • Boeing B-747 VIP
  • Boeing B-757 VIP
  • Boeing B-787 Dreamliner VIP
  • Bombardier CRJ-200

View all VIP Corporate Airliners

Last Year’s NBA Finals Recap

The NBA Finals began on June 1 in Oakland, California, and for the third year in a row, the Golden State Warriors faced the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The teams split the previous two NBA Finals Championships, with Golden State winning in 2015, and Cleveland coming back from a historic 3–1 deficit to claim the city’s first NBA title in 2016.

Last year, it seemed as LeBron and the Cav’s were trying to top last year’s comeback — Golden State won the first two games and took Game 3 in Cleveland, putting them up 3-0.

That said, their 3-1 series lead didn’t win them anything last year, and LeBron was on the floor. Anything could happen, and the Cavalier’s managed to take Game 4 on their home court, raising the question of “Can they do it again?”

Despite a 41 point, 13 rebound and 8 assist performance, the Finals MVP Kevin Durant and the Warrior’s firepower couldn’t be matched by the Cav’s as the Warrior’s won their second NBA champion in three seasons.


Request a Quote | Private Jet to the NBA Finals

Give us a call at 1-888-987-5387 or request a free charter quote and speak with one of our private jet charter brokers to go over all of the options for charter flights to Eastern and Western Conference playoff games and the 2018 NBA Finals!

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