WASHINGTON, DC – PRIVATE JET CHARTER
We will fly you to, or from, the political capital of the US, Washington, DC, in a private jet tailored to your party size and requirements.
From piston aircraft for shorter trips, to Ultra Long Range aircraft for superior luxury, private jet charter from ACC Aviation offers a world of choice. If you have a specific aircraft in mind, we will use our global network of trusted and vetted private jet operators to fly you to or from any airport around Washington, DC.
We take care of everything and once on board, the aircraft is yours, exclusively. Private, secure, comfortable – from takeoff to touchdown.
Private jet charter to or from Washington, DC
- Dulles International Airport (IAD)
- Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
- Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
- Martin State Airport (MTN)
Even if your preferred airport is not listed, our team of experts will be happy to assist.
The most used airport for private charter around Washington, DC is Dulles International Airport (IAD). Even though Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is closer to downtown Arlington and DC it comes with strict requirements as it is located near the United States Capital. A certified air marshal must be on all private charter flights arriving and departing Ronald Reagan Airport (DCA). Due to this security factor Dulles Airport (IAD) is by far the best choice when traveling to or from Washington DC. It is a short chauffeur ride into the city or to the suburbs.
PRIVATE JET ROUTES TO OR FROM WASHINGTON, DC
We provide private jet charter services to and from Washington, DC with access to hundreds of different airports nationwide and internationally.
Some of the most popular routes include:
COST TO CHARTER A PLANE TO/FROM WASHINGTON, DC
Every journey is unique, which means there is no standard as to what a private jet charter flight may cost. However, to give you an idea, you can access our live quoting tool to price out your charter route(s). We have also included some steps you can take to make your private jet experience more transparent
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE COST OF PRIVATE JET CHARTER?
HOURLY RATE: This is the hourly cost incurred by operating the aircraft. For short flights aboard larger jets, the operator may require a minimum charge (usually 2-3 hours).
PERMITS: Payable when flying over countries outside of the US. Additionally, some airports, during special events, may require a Prior Permission Required (PPR) number before arrival.
LANDING, HANDLING, AND PARKING: These fees are charged by airports and depend on the weight and size of aircraft.
CATERING: Included catering will vary depending on the size of aircraft and the duration of your flight. A light jet may only be able to provide snacks and soft drinks, while a heavy jet equipped with a full galley will more likely serve a full meal. Similarly, if your flight is short, there may not be sufficient time for a full catering service. Any specifically requested items or meals may be provided at an additional cost.
OUT OF HOURS: Only select airports operate 24/7, although some airports may charge out of hours fees to extend their opening hours for arrivals or departures during the night. Similarly, if you need cabin crew overnight, or to stay in a destination overnight, this will add to the cost. However, if we are aware of the details of your itinerary, we will include this in the price quoted.
REPOSITIONING FEES: If an aircraft is located outside of your departure city the plane will need to reposition to the airport that is being utilized. Under normal circumstances the aircraft that is being used will be in your region. This flight is also referred to as a deadhead and is charged at a subsidized rate. A reputable charter advisor will present aircraft with the least amount of repositioning.
WI-FI/PHONE: Depending on the aircraft, use of Wi-Fi and the phone on board may be included or charged according to usage, per minute/MB. Your aircraft charter consultant will be able to confirm this at time of quoting.
HOW CAN I GET THE BEST PRIVATE JET CHARTER PRICE?
- Fly on weekdays rather than weekends.
- Consider a turboprop over a jet for short journeys.
- Charter a plane during quieter seasons.
- Use private airports.
- If you are flying long distance and time is not a factor, consider choosing an aircraft that requires a fuel stop.
- Take a roundtrip on the same day.
- Downsize your aircraft where possible.
- Consider single pilot certified aircraft.
- Consider older aircraft.
- Search for Empty legs.
ADVICE ON WHICH PRIVATE AIRCRAFT TO CHARTER
If you are unsure whether you need a Very Light Jet, Midsize Jet, or Ultra Long Range Jet, call +1 954 686 5220 to speak with a member of our team, who will be more than happy to recommend the most suitable options available.
If you have a specific aircraft in mind, we will use our global network of trusted and vetted private jet operators to fly you to or from any airport around Washington, DC.
HondaJet: Perfect for 2-3 passengers on flights of 2 hours or less
Phenom 300: Perfect for 6-7 passengers on flights of 3 to 4 hours
Falcon 50: Perfect for 8-9 passengers on flight of 5 to 6 hours
Gulfstream G-IVSP: Perfect for 10–13 passengers on flights of 5 to 6 hours
Global Express: Perfect for 12-13 passengers on flights of 8+ hours
Executive jet charter – FAQs
Working in Washinton, DC
Washington, DC, is the capital of the United States with a population of around 713,000. It resides on the Potomac River, bordering the states of Maryland and Virginia, and is defined by neoclassical monuments and buildings – including the iconic buildings that house the federal government’s 3 branches: the Capitol, White House, and Supreme Court.
Businesses headquartered in Washington, DC, include the United States Postal Service, NASA, the U.S General Services Administration, Capital One, and Danaher Corporation. The biggest industries are food and agriculture, aerospace and construction, information and communication technology, forestry and trade. The largest employer in Washington, DC is the U.S. Department of Defense, America’s oldest and largest government agency, with 3,500,000 employees and an annual revenue of $22.0B. More than 185,000 people are employed in the tech sector, including a cybersecurity workforce of 27,000 in the metropolitan area.
Washington, DC, has the 13th largest metropolitan economy in the United States. With its educated workforce, access to influential organizations, and wealth of resources, Washington is considered an excellent place for startups.
Bitesize Travel Guide
Washington, DC, is a popular tourist destination, reportedly attracting more than 19.1 million domestic and international leisure travelers per year.
Major visitor attractions in Washington include the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and, of course, the White House. The city is also home to many parks, museums, monuments, and memorials. In Washington, you will find DC’s most iconic theatre, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, which hosts hundreds of world-class performances each year. When you are in Washington, look out for:
- Lincoln Memorial
- National Mall
- National Museum of African American History and Culture
- The White House
- Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
- Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
- Smithsonian National Zoological Park
- Smithsonian National Museum of American History
- National Gallery of Art
- John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
- Library of Congress
- Thomas Jefferson Memorial
- International Spy Museum
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
- Capitol Hill
- United State Botanic Garden
- …and so much more
BEST TIME TO VISIT WASHINGTON, DC
Independence Day (July 4th) in the capital of the United States is a truly remarkable experience and this holiday is the reason July is often considered the best time to visit Washington, DC.
The hot summer weather will also allow the city to showcase its parks and outdoor spaces with predictably sunny weather allowing for both outdoor and indoor adventures.
Visiting in the autumn, between September to November, promises crisp breezes and changing leaves that highlight the multitude of marble monuments around Washington. With the sweltering summer gone, most of the high season tourists will have left the capital, leaving you to explore the city amongst a smaller crowd.
December, January, and February offer the best hotel prices and airfare costs for those looking to visit wintery Washington on a budget. The city’s world-famous National Cherry Blossom festival takes place in spring between March and April each year, commemorating the gift of Japanese cherry trees from Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo City to the city of Washington, DC in 1912.
Working in Washington, DC
Bitesize Travel Guide
Best Time to Visit Washington, DC
Why charter with ACC Aviation?
- Over 20 years of aircraft charter experience
- Reputable track record of operators and industry partnerships worldwide
- Complete flight management
- Dedicated account management available 24/7
- Access to a wide range of aircraft for shorter trips to aircraft for superior luxury
- Carbon neutral air travel options
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ACC Charter has over 20 years of experience in aviation, and the long-lasting relationships we’ve formed over that time allow us to secure the very best private charter rates for our clients.
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