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Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Fort Lauderdale Private Jet CharterRelax, Refresh, Renew. Located on the southeast coast of Florida Fort Lauderdale is the perfect destination to revitalize your senses after a long week at work. The gentle ocean breezes, blue waters, and soft golden sands make this place the ultimate getaway. Let Desert Jet fly you into– Hollywood International Airport (IATA: FLL, ICAO: KFLL) or Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (IATA: FXE, ICAO: KFXE). Upon arrival your ground transportation will be waiting to take you on a Florida style adventure.

Whether you are among the many boarding a cruise ship or just have a few hours to tour the sites, you won’t want to miss everything Ft. Lauderdale has to offer. Come a little earlier or stay a little later and discover a semi-tropical climate with an abundance of activities.

Make a splash at Ft. Lauderdale’s Beachfront Promenade. Warm your toes in the sand, work on your tan, or take a stroll down the beach. Engage in the world of water sports with jet skiing, parasailing, and sport fishing. With several different beaches to choose from the activities are endless.

Wander on down to the Downtown Riverwalk. This entertainment district is loaded full of shopping restaurants, and cultural attractions. Meander through the museums, enjoy an outdoor café, and score the best deals at the local shops and boutiques.

Book Your Flight to Fort Lauderdale

You never know where the breeze will take you. Arrive in style on one of Desert Jet’s very own private jets. Call us today to schedule your next charter flight at (760) 399-1000 or, where a charter specialist will be waiting for your call.

Fort Lauderdale Airport Details

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (IATA: FLL, ICAO: KFLL) Just 21 miles north of Miami, Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport has a very rich history. Originally built on an abandoned 9-hole golf course, then purchased by the Navy at the beginning of the war and named Ft. Lauderdale Naval Air Station, it was used for pilot training and to convert airliners for use in the war effort during WWII. After the war, control was returned to the county and Broward County International Airport opened. Under it’s current name, FLL serves Southeast Florida cities from Delray Beach to South Beach. There are a number of commercial airlines that service Ft. Lauderdale, but nowhere near the volume of Miami International, making it the perfect arrival point for domestic and international private jet arrivals.

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