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Private Flights to/from Savannah, Georgia, USA

Air Charter Advisors arranges on-demand private jet charter services in Savannah, one of the largest cities in Georgia and a top tourist destination home to cobblestone streets, antebellum architecture, and a variety of important historic and cultural buildings.

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Renting a private jet to Savannah/Hilton Head International (SAV) is the most comfortable, stylish and flexible way to travel, and our team arranges on-demand private jet charter service anywhere around the world.

Our access to thousands of private jets and turboprops allows you to choose the perfect plane at the right price, all while applying some of the highest safety standards in aviation.

Call us at 1-888-987-5387 or request a charter quote for your private flight.

Savannah Air Charter Advisors

savannah air charter servicesOur company’s number one goal is the safety and comfort of all of our passengers for every flight we arrange, and we carry one of the highest accreditations in private aviation to give clients peace of mind when arranging private charter flights with us. Our air charter brokerage is Wyvern-registered, and every plane we arrange for private charter flights to/from Savannah are operated by FAR Part 135 (or foreign equivalent) air carriers.

For each flight, we check reports detailing aircraft maintenance, operator history, and pilot experience, and every plane must fit within our strict safety and operational standards — we’ll refuse a flight if it’s something we wouldn’t be comfortable putting our own mothers on. Our safety standards have attracted executives, athletes, celebrities, personal assistants and leisure travelers from around the world to arrange their private air travel with our team.

ACA is here arrange all of your private aviation details, whether it’s booking your private jet, arranging gourmet catering & luxury ground transportation, or private jet management or private aircraft sales & acquisitions services – our Savannah Air Charter Advisors are your comprehensive aviation solution for luxury air travel throughout the state of Georgia.

Cost to Charter a Private Jet in Savannah, GA

The cost to charter a private flight to/from Savannah, GA starts at around $2,000 an hour* in a turboprop, $5,000 an hour* in a light jet, $7,000 an hour* in a midsize jet, and $10,000 an hour* or more for a long range jet or VIP airliner. Learn more about private jet charter rates.

Hourly Charter Rates in Savannah, GA*
$1,000 – $2,000/hour
$1,500 – $2,800/hour
Very Light Jets (VLJ)
$2,500 – $3,200/hour
Light Jets
$3,500 – $4,800/hour
Super Light Jets
$4,250 – $5,250/hour
Midsize Jets
$4,800 – $6,000/hour
Super Midsize Jets
$6,000 – $7,500/hour
Heavy Jets
$8,500 – $10,500/hr
Long Range Jets
$12,000 – $15,000/hr
VIP Airliners
$18,000 – $30,000/hr

* Hourly charter rates in Savannah, GA will vary depending on aircraft make, model and year, as well as amenities, routing, fuel prices, and scheduling/availability.

Private Jet Airports in Savannah, GA

Private aviation provides travelers with unmatched convenience and flexibility, and private jet passengers arranging their private flight with ACA can choose from 11 airports within 50 miles of Savannah, although there are only four public-use airports within 30 miles of the city, three of which offer private FBO services.

(KSAV, SAV) Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport – Savannah, GA

  • Alias: Chatham FieldSavannah International Airport | Travis Field
  • Runway Length: 9,351 feet | 7,002 feet
  • FBO Service: Sheltair | Signature Flight Support SAV
  • Hours: 06:00-00:00 LT
  • Customs & Immigration: Yes (US Customs Pre-Clearance)

(KHXD, HXD, HHH) Hilton Head Airport – Hilton Head Island, SC

  • Alias: Hilton Head Island Airport
  • Runway Length: 4,300 feet
  • FBO Service: Signature Flight Support HXD
  • Customs & Immigration: N/A
  • Hours: 06:00-22:00 LT

(KLHW, LHW) MidCoast Regional Airport at Wright Army Airfield (Fort Stewart) – Hinesville, GA

  • Alias: Wright Army AirfieldFort Stewart
  • Runway Length: 5,010 feet | 5,000 feet | 2,605 feet | 2,518 feet
  • FBO Service: MidCoast Regional Airport
  • Customs & Immigration: N/A
  • Hours: 24 hours

Aircraft Options for Your Savannah Private Flight

Air Charter Advisors offers access to the following aircraft at a moments notice. All of the private jets and turboprops we utilize for charter flights to/from Georgia are operated by FAR Part 135 or 121 (or foreign equivalent) air carriers, using only veteran pilots in the private jet you’re renting.

Our Private Jet Charter Savannah brokers will provide you with a variety of aircraft options based on the goals and budget of your trip, allowing you to charter a cost-effective aircraft, the most luxurious jet on the market, or somewhere in between.

Check out our Aircraft Gallery for more details on all of the aircraft available for your trip; if you don’t see your preferred aircraft listed below, speak to one of our brokers and they will locate one for you.

Pistons & Turboprops

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Small Jets

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Medium Jets

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Large Jets

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Visit Savannah, GA | Private Jet Travel Guide

Private Jet Charters > United States > Georgia

Charter a private flight to Savannah, the riverside birthplace of Georgia and a premier destination for pro-golfers, nature fanatics and leisure tourists alike.

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Established in 1733 on the Savannah River, it’s the oldest city in Georgia, first serving as the British colonial capital of the Province of Georgia and later as Georgia’s first state capital; it’s location provided a strategic port during both the Revolutionary War and Civil War.

Today, Savannah is one of only a handful of Southern cities with its antebellum charm and architecture still intact from the 1800’s — Sherman marched into Savannah in 1864, and the mayor handed him the keys to the city to prevent him from torching it, leaving one of the largest, most visited historic districts in the United States.

Savannah serves as the seat of Chatham County, and it’s Georgia’s 5th largest city and 3rd largest metro area. It’s also still home to an important Atlantic seaport, which has maintained its position as an industrial center.

Whether flying privately into (SAV) Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport to bring the family to the waterfront or to conduct business in and around Chatham County, we can help arrange the right aircraft and flight itinerary that best suit your needs.

Attractions & Events

Come to the historic center to experience all things the city has to offer, from its history to architecture dating back to the 18th and 19th century. The number one attraction in Savannah is its charming and picturesque historic district.

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While traversing this old-fashioned waterfront strip, you’re bound to see people walking around in a romanticized daze, gawking at the old fashioned steam boats floating in the Savannah River and doling out quick and polite no-thank-you’s to the persistent street vendors selling touristy knick-knacks.

The Historic District boasts vibrant and festive boutique shops, quaint yet decadently furnished antebellum buildings, and the hands-down best fried green tomatoes that will ever grace your palate.

Forsyth Park is really a beautiful place to spend some time, be it people watching, relaxing, having a picnic, or spending time with friends and/or family. On Saturdays, a Farmer’s Market is held here.

Savannah is also the setting for the novel (and later feature film) Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, offering an additional boost to the local tourism industry.

Visiting a cemetery doesn’t sound like much of an attraction, but Bonaventure Cemetery is a historic site and popular tourist destination for over 150 years. The sculptures, terrain, and architecture that make up the grounds tend to lure people in, as well as the folklore of the site.

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Of course, with all the allure of a pre-Civil War town turned into an artsy and attractive tourism hub, many people visit and neglect to enjoy everything else that this beautiful city has to offer. So make sure while your taste buds are crying tears of joy as you munch on southern delicacies, that you take some time to think about visiting the other areas of Savannah.

Tybee Island, located just east of Savannah along the Georgian coast, is famous for a wide variety of delicious cuisine, outstanding luxury accommodations lining the beach and a wealth of recreational activities for everyone to enjoy.

The island has been a favorite getaway of resident Savannahians for decades, and despite officially reverting its name in the 1950s, Tybee Island is still known by many as “Savannah Beach”. Visitors can relax on miles of uninterrupted public beaches, explore salt marshes covered in wildlife and enjoy deep sea Atlantic fishing charters. Check out the list below for more things to do after your private flight to Savannah, Georgia.

Historic District
301 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
(912) 944-0455

Historic Theatre
222 Bull St
(912) 233-7764

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
222 E Harris St
(912) 233-4709

Mickve Israel Temple
20 East Gordon St
(912) 233-1547

Forsyth Park
Drayton St & East Park Ave
(912) 651-6610

Bonaventure Cemetery
330 Bonaventure Rd
(912) 651-6843

First African Baptist Church
23 Montgomery St
(912) 233-6597

Olde Pink House
23 Abercorn St
(912) 232-5678

Executive Charter Flights

ACA is your source for executive jet charter service to/from Savannah, GA and surrounding areas of Chatham County and the Georgia-South Carolina state line. Enjoy access to thousands of sleek, modern business jets at a moment’s notice, and competitive charter rates while applying some of the highest safety and due diligence processes in aviation.

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Whether you’re arranging a short flight from Atlanta to Savannah, flying across the county, or traveling from across the Atlantic, our services span the globe, and with access to locally based private aircraft and transient jets, we can connect you to the perfect jet for your team.

Savannah’s economy was originally based on agriculture, particularly silk and cotton given Georgia’s mild climate and perfect growing conditions. By the 19th century, the Port of Savannah was one of the most active ports in the country; from 2009-2014, the port ranked as the 4th largest in terms of shipping container traffic across North America.

Today, the Port of Savannah, manufacturing, military, and tourism are Savannah’s four major industries. The city is home to Gulfstream Aerospace, makers of some of the most popular long-range private jets in the world, including the GIV, G500, and G650. Other major companies based here include TitleMax, Morris Multimedia, and International Paper, the city’s largest employee and formerly the world’s largest paper mill.

Luxury Hotels

Savannah is the biggest tourism draw in the American South next to New Orleans, so it has more than enough lodging options for private jet travelers.

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From the gorgeous southern colonial architecture and famous fried green tomatoes served with southern hospitality, to a veritable army of fun and interesting diversions, the city offers things seldom found in other parts of the United States.

Hamilton-Turner Inn
330 Abercorn Street
(912) 233-1833

Andaz Hotel
14 Barnard Street
(912) 233-2116

The Brice, a Kimpton Hotel
601 East Bay Street
(912) 238-1200

Kehoe House
123 Habersham Street
(912) 232-1020

Hampton Inn – Historic District
201 East Bay Street
(912) 231-9700

Westin Harbor Golf Resort & Spa
1 Resort Drive
(912) 201-2000

Eliza Thompson House
5 West Jones St
(912) 236-3620

East Bay Inn
225 East Bay Street
(912) 238-1225

220 East Gaston Street
(912) 232-2869

Additional Airports

The following airports are located in Georgia and South Carolina, and are within 50 miles of Savannah, offering a variety of different arrival/departure options based on your location. Listed below the airports are their longest runway, as well as distance to the city center, and available FBO terminals.

  • (KARW, ARW) Beaufort County Airport – Beaufort, SC
    3,434 feet | 31 m NE
  • (KCWV, CWV) Claxton-Evans County Airport – Claxton, GA
    5,001 feet | 40 m W
  • (KTBR, TBR) Statesboro–Bulloch County Airport – Statesboro, GA
    6,000 feet | 41 m NW | FBO: Statesboro-Bulloch County Airport
  • (KJYL, JYL) Plantation Airpark – Sylvania, GA
    5,000 feet | 42 m NW | FBO: Aeroborne Enterprises
  • (3J0) Hampton-Varnville Airport – Hampton, SC
    3,580 feet | 48 m N

Private Airports | Prior Permission Required

  • (KSVN, SVN) Hunter Army Airfield – Savannah, GA
    11,375 feet | 4 miles SW
  • (1GA0) Eagle Neck Airport – Shellman Bluff, GA
    3,535 feet | 28 m S
  • (KNBC, NBC) MCAS Beaufort | Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort – Beaufort, SC
    12,202 feet | 31 m NE

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