Columbus, OH Airports & Charter Routes

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Airports In and Around Columbus, OH

The Columbus Regional Airport Authority operates three airports that serve Columbus and the surrounding area: Port Columbus International Airport, Rickenbacker International Airport, and Bolton Field.

  • Port Columbus (CMH, KCMH) – is located 6 miles east of downtown Columbus and has two fixed base operators (FBO), Lane Aviation and Million Air, for general aviation services.
  • Rickenbacker International (LCK, KLCK) – is a joint civil-military public airport about 10 miles south of the central business district of Columbus, which has one FBO-Lane Aviation.
  • Bolton Field (TZR, KTZR) – can be found about 8 miles southwest of central Columbus and has one FBO: Capital City Jet Center.

Charter Pricing

Private Jet Prices – 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.

Travel Guide

Top Luxury Hotels in Columbus, OH

Among the long list of lodgings available in Columbus, these are some of the hotels that stand out as top luxury accommodations:

  • The Hilton Columbus
  • Hyatt on Capitol Square Columbus
  • Westin Columbus
  • The Blackwell
  • Adam’s Mark Columbus
  • The Lofts

Dining Restaurants in Columbus, OH

And for fine dining, visitors may want to check out these choice restaurants around town:

  • Florentine Restaurant
  • Baja Fresh
  • Da Vinci Ristorante
  • Bexleys Monk
  • Bravo
  • China Phoenix

Arts and Culture Sights of Columbus, OH

Arts and culture abound in Columbus from museums and galleries to German Village, a 233-acre historic residential district. In July you can tour the city’s North Market Food and Ohio Wine Festival, and in both March and May, the glittering International Gem & Jewelry show comes to town. Year round, visitors can explore the Short North Arts District for a taste of Columbus’ premier arts, dining, and shopping.

Outdoor Recreation Venues in Columbus, OH

Columbus has numerous parks and gardens for outdoor enjoyment. Some particular attractions include:

  • The Topiary Park
  • The Franklin Park Conservatory
  • The Grange Insurance Audubon Center


The sports-minded can enjoy all 36 varsity sports of:

  • Ohio State University
  • Greater Columbus Sports Commission events
  • The Arnold Sports Festival

For Golf Fans:

The Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin.

Weather in Columbus, OH

Summers in Columbus are warm, typically in the 70s, and the warmest month, July, has an average maximum temperature of 85.6 degrees Fahrenheit. The area has very cold winters, with temperatures ranging in the 30s. The coldest month is January, with an average minimum temperature of 20.2 degrees. July is also the wettest month of the year, with an average rainfall of 4.39 inches. Columbus’ annual average precipitation is 40.03 inches.