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Private Jet Flights to Boston

Private Jet Flights to Boston

Private Jet Charter offers high-end private and business air charter flights to and from Boston, Massachusetts. 

Boston is a bustling city deeply steeped in American History that draws tourists and businesspeople to its cultural hub year after year.

Private Jet Charter is a reliable and reputable provider of private jet services to Boston and the surrounding areas. Since 1990, we have been fully committed to safety, comfort and convenience and continue to be a popular choice for businesses and VIPs who require the best in luxury air travel.



Call us on +1 954 280 2342 (US & Canada) or +44 20 8068 2250 (UK) to enquire further.


Boston Overview

Boston is a historic city located in the northeast of the United States. As one of the oldest cities in America, Boston is renowned for its rich history, cultural significance and stunning architecture. Any American history buff knows Boston was a hotbed of revolutionary activity during the American Revolution in 1775.

Thanks to Boston’s key strategic position, it was home to the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Siege of Boston. This along with the fact that it was home to famous Revolutionaries like Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Adams, John Hancock and Paul Revere makes Boston number one on the list of historical American cities to visit.

Boston is also home to many prestigious universities like Harvard and MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). This draws a crowd to Boston who crave a glimpse at the intellectual and palpable academic activity in the air.

Along with its rich history, Boston has a thriving arts and culture scene, with world-class museums, galleries, theatres, and music venues. The city is also known for its diverse culinary offerings, with a wide range of restaurants and cafes serving everything from traditional New England fare to international cuisine.

Boston is easily accessible by air, with Logan International Airport as a central point for transportation throughout Massachusetts. The city is also well-connected by train, bus, and car, making it easy to explore the surrounding area, including Cape Cod and the other picturesque towns in New England.

What to Do in Boston

There are plenty of things to do in Boston, from exploring the city’s rich history and culture to enjoying its vibrant arts and entertainment scene. Here are some popular activities and attractions to consider when visiting Boston:

  • Walk the Freedom Trail: This route is about two and a half miles and takes visitors through 16 historical sites related to the American Revolution. These sites include the Paul Revere House, the Old North Church and the USS Constitution Museum. You can take a guided tour or enjoy the route on your own.
  • Visit Museums: Boston is home to several world-class museums, including:
    • The Museum of Fine Arts
    • The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
    • The Museum of Science
    • Boston Children’s Museum
    • John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
    • Harvard Art Museum
  • See a Baseball Game: Home of the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park is one of the most iconic baseball stadiums in the world! A must-see for all baseball and Babe Ruth fanatics.
  • Take a Walk in the Park: Boston is home to some of the most beautiful parks across the USA, and the oldest one! These include:
    • Boston Common – est. 1634, the oldest park in America.
    • Public Garden
    • Emerald Necklace
    • Esplanade
    • Rose Kennedy Greenway
  • Explore the North End: This historic neighborhood is known for its Italian heritage and delicious food, including famous cannolis, gelato, pasta and pizza from local vendors. You can even take a cooking class! 

If you want to see something historic and beautiful with a belly full of delicious Italian cuisine go see the Old North Church in North End. This is the church Paul Revere is said to have warned his fellow patriots (Bostonians) that “the British are coming” by sea.

  • Sample the Local “Brewskis”: Boston has a thriving craft beer scene, with many breweries and taprooms to visit, such as Harpoon Brewery, Samuel Adams, and Trillium Brewing Company.
  • See a Show: Boston has a flourishing performing arts scene, with theaters and music venues offering everything from Broadway shows to local productions. Some of the renowned Boston Theatre include:
    • Boston Opera House
    • Shubert Theatre
    • Wang Theatre
    • The Wilbur Theatre
    • Huntington Theatre Company
    • Paramount Center


  • Go Whale Watching: Boston has some of the best whale-watching spots on the East Coast of the USA. You will have the chance to see several species of whales, including humpback whales, fin whales, and minke whales, as well as dolphins, porpoises, and seals.

Whale-watching tours are available from Boston Harbor Cruises and New England Aquarium Whale Watch.

  • Explore the nearby towns: Boston is located in the heart of New England, with plenty of picturesque towns and scenic destinations to explore within driving distance, such as Salem (home of the infamous witch trials), Cape Cod and Newport, Rhode Island.


Where to Stay in Boston

Boston has many luxurious hotels, offering exceptional service, top-notch amenities, and stunning views of the city and its harbor. Here are some of the top luxury hotels in Boston:

  • Four Seasons Hotel Boston
  • The Ritz-Carlton, Boston
  • Mandarin Oriental, Boston
  • XV Beacon
  • The Langham, Boston
  • The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel
  • The Eliot Hotel
  • The Taj Boston
  • The Fairmont Copley Plaza

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