Austin, TX Airports & Charter Routes

The “Live Music Capital of the World” has endless entertainment and fun options, including upscale shopping in South Congress or 2nd Street District, a wide variety of outdoors activities, and much more.

When you fly with evoJets, the best in-class jet charter service in a private aircraft of your choice, Austin will seem like it’s right next door.

Airports in & Around Austin, TX

  • Austin Bergstrom International Airport (KAUS/AUS) – is located about 10 miles to the southwest of downtown Austin. Here you can find all of the varying amenities of a large, popular airport while still maintaining your private jet experience.

Charter a flight to Austin and receive high-end service at the airport’s private fixed base operators (FBOs): Atlantic Aviation and Signature Flight Support.

Atlantic offers a passenger lounge with wireless internet and a large screen TV, valet service, concierge, and gourmet catering. Signature has sleeping rooms, a workout room with showers and lockers, and other basic aircraft and crew services.

Popular Austin Private Jet Charter Routes:

Charter Pricing

How much does it cost to charter a private Jet to Austin?

The cost to charter a private jet can range widely in price, based on flight time and the type of aircraft. A private jet rental from Dallas to Austin will cost $3,500 or more in a light jet, for example.

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

Ballpark $$
New York From $17,500 Midsize Jet 8-10
Los Angeles From $17,500 Midsize Jet 6-8
Chicago From $8,000 Light Jet 6-8
Dallas From $3,500 Turbo Prop 6-8
S. Florida From $8,500 Light Jet 7-9

Please note that the above prices are ballpark estimates; specific pricing for a given trip will vary, and these amounts cannot be guaranteed for any specific flight.

Private Jet Costs – Ballpark Hourly Rates

The following hourly rates represent a range of prices for most aircraft within each major category. Exact rates for specific aircraft within each class will vary:

Ballpark Hourly
Turboprop Pilatus PC12 6-8 $1,200 – $1,800
Very Light Jet Phenom 100 4-5 $1,500 – $2,250
Light Jet Hawker 400XP 6-8 $2,200 – $3,000
Midsize Jet Lear 60 7-9 $2,800 – $3,800
Supermidsize Jet Citation Sovereign 8-10 $3,800 – $5,000
Heavy Jet Gulfstream G-IV 10-16 $5,000 – $8,000

Please note that these hourly rates represent flight charges only, and do not include taxes, crew, airport and other related fees.

Aircraft Available

With an in-network fleet of thousands, we have a variety of aircraft available in almost every city in the country.

Inventory can change by the day, but here is a list of aircraft commonly available for Austin private jet charters:

  • Pilatus PC12
  • Citation II
  • Citation III
  • Lear 55
  • Falcon 900
  • Gulfstream G-V

View all US chartered cities here.

Charter FAQ

When I am flying out of Austin how long do I need to be at the airport ahead of the flight?

Unlike flying commercial our passengers do not need to be at the airports hours before their flight. Our aircraft are always ready 30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure. We depart when you arrive!

What types of aircraft do you have in Austin that can seat 8 passengers?

Within our network of aircraft in Austin we have everything from 4 passenger Executive Turboprops to 18 passenger Heavy Jets and everything in between. If you are travelling with 8 passengers you can fit on anything from a larger Turboprop to a Supermidsize jet. The appropriate aircraft will be determined more by the destination of the flight than anything else.

What type of aircraft should I use for my charter flight to Aspen?

Austin’s airport can support all types and sizes of private jets. The aircraft you choose should be tailored to the distance you are flying, the number of passengers and amount of baggage you’re bringing along, as well as your budget and preferences.

The following table shows the average ranges (in statute miles and flight hours) for all the major aircraft types, as well as their average cubic ft. of baggage space:

Average Range
(St. Miles)
Average Range
(Flight Hrs)
Baggage Space
(cu. Ft)
Turboprop 1,000-2,000 2.5-3.5 50-80
Very Light Jet 1,300-1,600 2.5-3.0 40-60
Light Jet 1,200-2,000 3.0-4.0 50-80
Midsize Jet 2,000-3,000 3.5-4.5 60-90
Supermidsize Jet 3,000-4,000 4.0-5.0 70-100
Heavy Jet 3,500-5,000 5.0-7.5 115-225

Please note that the above values are averages across a series of aircraft; specific ranges and baggage space may fall outside of these estimates in certain cases.

Travel Guide

Lodgings & Accommodations in Austin, TX

Lodgings in Austin range widely from magnificent, historical hotels to chic accommodations downtown, and from charming bed & breakfasts to luxurious resorts and spas. One tantalizing spa experience is The Crossings, which offers regal lodgings, meeting spaces, and The Wellness Spa.

For luxury accommodations that also offer traveling convenience, visitors may be interested in the Hilton Austin Airport Hotel.

Arts and Culture Sights of Austin, TX

History buffs may enjoy the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum or walking tours through Austin’s historic downtown area.

And for art enthusiasts, the city offers fine arts in the Blanton Museum, breathtaking dance at the Ballet Austin, multicultural awareness in the Diverse Arts Culture Works, and the delightful scenery of the Zilker Botanical Garden.

Outdoor Activities in Austin, TX

The outer Austin area is known for its Hill Country vistas, and in the center of town is Lady Bird Lake. Hike, climb, or cycle for miles along the Barton Creek Greenbelt, home to habitat for several endangered wildlife and plant species. Visitors may also enjoy strolling through the 360-acre Zilker Park or a cool swim in Barton Springs Pool whose spring-fed waters are 68 degrees all year.

Weather in Austin, TX

Austin has a hot summer climate with temperatures in the 80’s, and in the hottest month, August, the average maximum temperature is 95.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters are cool but mild in the 50’s, with an average minimum temperature of 40 degrees in January, which is the coldest month. While the area’s rainfall tends to be more or less evenly distributed throughout the year, the wettest month of the year is May. Austin has an annual average precipitation of 33.65 inches.