Air Charters and Private Plane Rentals in Charleston, WV

Air Charter Advisors arranges private flights and air charter services in Charleston, the most populous city and capital of West Virginia.

Charleston is located where the rivers Elk and Kanawha meet, and is the commercial, industrial, and governmental of Kanawha County and West Virginia.

Choose from a variety of private jets in your area, avoiding re-positioning fees and the heavy upfront costs of private jet memberships. We answer only to our clients, and not aircraft owners/operators. We leverage our experience and buying power to offer the best deals on Charleston air charters, all while maintaining the highest levels of safety and service in the industry.

Our brokers carry more than 10 years of experience providing executives, HNWI’s, givernment officials, and VIP luxury travelers with outstanding air charter services. We consider ourselves as good as our last flight, and we’re confident our next will be our best yet.

Discuss the all of the aircraft and airport options for Charleston jet charter services. Call us directly anytime, from anywhere at 1-888-987-5387, or simply request more information by contacting us with the details of your upcoming flight. We’re available around the clock to arrange jet charter flights to Charleston, WV or handle any private aviation request in the Mountain State.


Airports for Jet Charter Flights to Charleston, WV

When flying private to Charleston, your arrival options are limited to one airport within 20 nautical miles. It’s also one of the busiest small-hub airports in the United States. Jet charter flights to Charleston, WV arrive at Yeager Airport, with a private jet runway suitable for most charter jets, and a private terminal offering upscale services and a smooth travel experience. Scroll to the bottom for additional airports located 20 to 35 miles from West Virginia’s capital.

(KCRW, CRW) Yeager Airport – Charleston, WV

Private jets flying to Charleston will arrive at Yeager Airport (IATA: CRW, ICAO: KCRW, FAA LID: CRW), while passengers enjoy a scenic view of downtown Charleston, and rolling hills to the north and east. Its name honors the famous aviator, Chuck Yeager, an early aviation pioneer who piloted the world’s first supersonic flight, and a native of nearby Lincoln County.

Located just three miles (6 km) east of downtown Charleston in Kanawha County, West Virginia, the airport sits atop a hill over 300 feet above the valleys of the Elk and Kanawha Rivers, dropping sharply on each side. Charter planes including larger jets can utilize the airport’s 6,802′ runway, and arrivals are fast and discrete using the Executive Air private terminal.

Yeager Airport (CRW) is one of the busiest airports designated by the FAA as a small-hub, handling around the same number of flights in Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) in Jackson, WY. The airport is also home to McLaughlin Air National Guard Base; nine C-130 Hercules aircraft of the West Virginia Air National Guard’s 130th Airlift Wing; and an Air Mobility Command unit of the West Virginia Air National Guard.

Runways: 6,802 feet
FBO: Executive Air
Customs: Tel: (304) 347-5205
https://yeagerairport.com/


Visit Charleston, WV | Private Jet to Charleston, West Virginia

Destinations > United States > West Virginia

Rent a private jet to Charleston, established in 1794, and serves as the state capital of West Virginia. Home to a population of nearly 50,000 people, it’s the the largest city in the state, with a metropolitan area containing more than 215,000 residents. 

Located at the the confluence of the Elk and Kanawha Rivers and the junction of I-77, I-79, and I-64, Charleston is a center for government, commerce, transportation, and industry.

Early industries included salt and the nation’s first natural gas well, with coal becoming the centerpiece of the city’s economic prosperity. Ft. Lee, built in 1788, was the area’s first permanent settlement; by 1791, Daniel Boone was a member of the Kanawha County Assembly.

Today, trade, utilities, government, medicine, and education play central roles in the city’s economy. The University of Charleston is the city’s main college, and West Virginia University, Marshall University, and West Virginia State University all have campuses in the area.

Attractions & Culture in Charleston, WV

Charleston is surrounded by rolling hills and lush forests, most notably the Kanawha State Forest. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities outdoors during the spring and summer, including scenic walks, hiking, biking, and riding trails.

Hunting and fishing are allowed in-season at Kanawha State Forest, which offers camping sites, a shooting range, a small lake, and stables. Private charter planes allow travelers to board with their rifles and hunting gear.

There are many parks in the city such, most notably Magic Island, located at the confluence of the Elk and Kanawha. The park is a local favorite for jogging, beach volleyball, or just lounging around. Carriage Trail, located just outside of downtown in Charleston’s South Hills, is a scenic trail leading to West Virginia Governor’s Mansion, the hilltop mansion of former Governor William MacCorkle.

Measuring 240,000-square feet, the Clay Center is the most ambitious economic, cultural, and educational facility in West Virginia. Opened in July of 2003, it’s currently home to the Avampato Discovery Museum and the West Virginia Symphony, and is dedicated to promoting performance art, visual arts, and science.

While it isn’t known for its cuisine, Charleston offers the best cuisine in West Virginia, with options catering to a variety of tastes. You won’t find many tourist trap restaurants, as there aren’t many tourists. While there are plenty of generic chain options, there are several unique eateries available, including Joe Fazio’s, Kaifu Japanese Cuisine & Sushi Bar, and Tidewater Grill.

Climate in Charleston, WV

Charleston is home to a true, four-season humid subtropical climate with elements of a continental climate. okay, sow hat exactly does this translate to? Well to start, Fall is the most comfortable time to visit, with crisp autumn evenings that quickly warm into mild afternoons.

Spring is totally unpredictable; seasonally-appropriate weather typically arrives in late March or early April. From there, Spring time highs can fluctuate like hourly charter rates, with day-today temperatures varying by upwards of 20 °F. The month of May brings more consistency, with warmer, summer-like days that are ideal for hiking, rafting, or just enjoying the fresh mountain air while the city is in full bloom.

Once summer finally hits, daytime highs can reach up to 95 °F, often paired with high humidity; nearly a month’s worth of days rise above 90 °F during the summer. Thunderstorms occur frequently from late spring throughout the summer, and they can get quite severe from time to time. Otherwise, the area averages around 3.5″ inches of rain every month.

Winters can get cold, with daily averages in January dropping to 34 °F, with occasional warm stretches hitting 50 ° on delightful occasion. Subzero temps are rare, and snowfall ranges between late November and early April, with the heaviest snowfall coming between January and February. That said, winters in Charleston are warmer than the rest of West Virginia thanks to its location west of higher elevations which shields the city from cold, easterly winds.

Accommodations in Charleston, WV

After your private jet arrives in Charleston, WV, our team can arrange for luxury ground transportation to bring you to the hotel, resort, or destination of your choice. As far as accommodations go, luxury travelers have two experiences to choose from: quaint, cozy and quiet inns set in beautiful historical homes, or mountain side cabins offering adventure at your doorstep.

Of course, if you’re looking for the most convenient & central spot, check into the Four Points by Sheraton Charleston. Rising above the Kanawha River, the Four Points is a contemporary hotel offering front row seats for Live on the Levee, and festivals including Biker Bash in June, and Rod Run Doo Wop in October. Staying here offers the best view of all the action happening downtown, with happy hours available in all directions.

Luxury travelers can choose the Brass Pineapple Inn, located just a block from the Capitol Complex. Built in 1907, it’s been around since before the new state Capitol building. Serving as a B&B since 1989, Brass Pineapple is tucked among late-Victorian homes on a tree-lined street in Charleston’s historic East End. This same neighborhood hosts the state’s largest one-day community yard sale during the spring.

Luxury Hotels, B&B’s, and Inns

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Private Charter Planes for Flights to Charleston, WV

Enjoy the utmost aircraft flexibility when arranging private jet charter flights to Charleston, WV with Air Charter Advisors. We offer access to a global fleet of more than 10,000 charter planes, connecting you to the best planes and deals on each and every flight.

Our Charleston jet charter brokers have access to every plane available on the charter market, including empty legs and transient private jets to offer incredible savings on luxury and business jet travel. Choose from hundreds of private charter planes based in West Virginia and surrounding areas; gain access to thousands of jets in the U.S. are around the globe for flights to Charleston.

Safety is also the most important aspect when locating options for your flight: all of the charter planes we utilize are FAR Part 135 or 121 certified (or foreign equivalent); the pilots who fly for us carry substantial experience piloting the private jet or aircraft you’re renting; and we only present options after reviewing third-party audits to ensure the planes and pilots meet our industry leading standards.

Request a free quote for your flight from our Charleston jet charter brokers. Our hassle-free, consultative approach allows clients to choose the best plane, whether you’re chartering a light jet for flights along the Atlantic, renting a super midsize jet to fly across the country, or hiring the most luxurious charter plane for international flights, executive groups, special events, and more. Check out our aircraft section for specifications and hourly rates on the planes available for your private charter flight.

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

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VLJ | Light Jets | Super Light

  • Beechjet 400 / 400A
  • Cessna Citation Bravo
  • Cessna Citation CJ
  • Citation CJ2 / CJ2+
  • Citation CJ3 / CJ3+
  • Citation CJ4 / CJ4+
  • Cessna Citation Encore
  • Cessna Citation M2
  • Cessna Citation Mustang
  • Cessna Citation Ultra
  • Eclipse 500
  • Hawker 400XP
  • LearJet 31 / 31A
  • LearJet 35 / 35A
  • LearJet 40 / 40XR
  • LearJet 45 / 45XR (SLJ)
  • Lear 70 / 75 
  • Nextant 400XT
  • Phenom 100
  • Phenom 300 (SLJ)

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Midsize | Super Midsize Jets

  • Citation Excel / XLS
  • Citation Sovereign
  • 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 55
  • Lear 60 / 60XR
  • Legacy 500

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Large | Heavy Jets

  • Challenger 601
  • Challenger 604 / 605
  • Challenger 650
  • 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
  • Legacy 600
  • Legacy 650

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Long Range Jets

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

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VIP 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

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Additional Airports in West Virginia

Flying private to destinations just outside of West Virginia’s state capital? There are five additional airports available for charter flights located between 20 and 35 nautical miles from Charleston, with FBO services available in Milton, Spencer, and Logan. Please note that smaller planes such as piston and turboprop aircraft must be used in lieu of private jets, as all runways measure less than 5,000 feet, which is the minimum requirement for FAR part 135 jet charters.

  • (12V) Ona Airpark — Milton, WV
    Rwy: 3,154 ft | FBO: TGL Aviation
  • (KUSW, USW) Boggs Field — Spencer, WV
    Rwy: 4,549 ft | FBO: Boggs Aviation
  • (6L4) Logan County Airport — Logan, WV
    Rwy: 3,605 ft | FBO: Logan County
  • (I18) Jackson County Airport — Ravenswood, WV
    Rwy: 4,000 ft
  • (KSXL, SXL) Summersville Airport — Summersville, WV
    Rwy: 3,015 ft

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Request a Free Charter Quote

Request a Quote or give us a call at 1-888-987-JETS (5387) to speak with one of our Charleston Jet Charter brokers and arrange your private flight to West Virginia. We offer access to thousands of charter planes no matter where you plan on flying to or from, and our experience and relationships allow us to offer you the best deals without sacrificing safety, comfort, or service.