Bermuda Airports & Charter Routes

Private Jet Bermuda

A mysterious yet alluring string of islands, Bermuda is one for those who simply need an escape from reality. Claiming the title for ‘Best Islands in the Atlantic’ numerous years in a row, twenty miles of tropical bliss awaits your arrival. From world-famous diving and sailing, a plethora of caves to explore, and endless pink sand, a private jet to Bermuda is only the start of an unforgettable escapade.

Launch your Bermudan adventure with an underground exploration of The Crystal and Fantasy Caves. After two boys inadvertently stumbled across these wonders while trying to retrieve a lost cricket ball in 1907, these magnificent wonders have become one of the island’s most captivating excursions. This subterranean utopia of dramatic hanging stalactites and stalagmites encircle a 55-foot deep crystal lake, a mesmerizing sight that will surely leave you in awe.

No private jet to Bermuda is complete without a sailing charter across the cerulean waters, after all, this chain of islands was discovered by a crew of shipwreck survivors. As the 2017 host of the esteemed 35th America’s Cup, presented by none other than Louis Vuitton, sailing has played a huge role in Bermudan culture. Looking for something a bit grander? The marinas and harbors are dotted with yachts to charter. Explore the waters in the most luxurious way possible when you charter a private jet to Bermuda.

Coined the shipwreck capital of the world, there are more sunken vessels per square mile than any other destination on Earth. From the Cristóbal Colón, the Hermes, the North Carolina, or the Aristo, these ships are luring divers from all over the world looking to discover the secrets hidden in the deep clear waters below. Whether you’re looking for a spooky and mysterious experience, a massive 100,000 square foot vessel, or a garden of coral and marine life, the shipwreck carpeted waters of Bermuda will surely pique your curiosity.

For charter jet travelers looking for a little less adrenaline and a little more history, the island is home to the National Museum of Bermuda. A massive collection of maritime pieces, shipwreck recovered treasures, and artwork is featured in this historic fortification located in the Royal Naval Dockyard.

For a break from the saltwater and pink sand, stroll the century-old brick streets and UNESCO World Heritage tagged city of Bermuda, St. George. Marvel at the British colonial architecture or indulge in fresh fish chowder, a menu staple that you’ll find at any eatery. When in Bermuda, a glass of Dark ‘n Stormy is a must — savor in this signature Bermudan highball cocktail made with dark rum, ginger beer, and lime.

Whether you’re looking to sunbathe on the pink sand under the sultry sun or discover a different world underground and under the sea, book your private jet to Bermuda with evoJets.

Private Jet Airports in Bermuda

  • L.F. Wade International Airport (TXKF / BDA) — This is the only airport serving all flights in and out of Bermuda. The facility is located in St. George and conveniently only seven miles from Hamilton, the island’s capital. It features several FBO services and state of the art hangar facilities, ensuring your private travel to Bermuda is as luxurious as possible.

Popular Private Jet Charters to Bermuda

Charter Pricing

Cost to charter a private jet to Bermuda

The cost to charter a private jet can range widely, and is based mostly on flight time and the type of aircraft. A charter flight from New York to Bermuda will cost $15,000 or more in a Midsize Jet, for example.

Here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Bermuda that we aim to offer our clients:

To/From Location Target Price (One-Way) Aircraft Type Max Passengers
New York$15,000Midsize Jet7-9
Boston$18,000Midsize Jet7-9
London$55,000Supermidsize Jet8-10
Stockholm$65,000Heavy Jet10-16

Travel Guide

Luxury Hotels in Bermuda

  • Rosewood Bermuda
  • Hamilton Princess & Beach Club
  • Pompano Beach Club
  • Elbow Beach Resort Bermuda
  • The Loren at Pink Beach

Restaurants in Bermuda

  • The Little Venice
  • Ascots Restaurant
  • Ocean Club Restaurant
  • Fourways Inn
  • Waterlot Inn Restaurant

Arts, Culture, and Sights of Bermuda

  • Horseshoe Bay
  • Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
  • Crystal Cave
  • National Museum of Bermuda
  • King’s Wharf
  • Tucker’s Town