Houston, TX Airports & Charter Routes

Private Jet Houston, TX

Grab your cowboy boots and a highball glass of gin and prepare to enter a world of line-dancing night bars, petroleum-backed wealth, and an affinity for space exploration. Known as the energy capital of the world, this Lone Star city is jam-packed with extraordinary flavors, great museums, and a southern charm that’ll leave you envisioning a new home in Texas. Book a private flight to Houston with Evo, and experience exactly what makes this city one of the nation’s highest standards of living.

The word ‘Houston’ was the first word ever uttered on the moon and for decades, this city has been headquarters to The Space Center in NASA’s Johnson Space Center. Imagine yourself escaping the confines of Earth and wander through an enormous space shuttle replica or explore a model of America’s first-ever space station. Get a glimpse of where astronauts spend their lives training for such remarkable feats or sign up for a one-of-a-kind experience called the Level 9 Tour.

No private jet charter trip to Houston is complete without enjoying a classic rodeo, and there’s no better spot to watch horseback riders saddle up than The Livestock Show and Rodeo. From barrel racing and bull riding to steer wrestling and live music, there’s entertainment for everyone at these massive events.

Space exploration and boot-scooting aren’t the only things this city is so loved for, in fact, those looking for a day of admiration have an entire district to marvel. Charter a private flight to Houston, Texas, and dive into one of the region’s greatest treasures, The Houston Museum District. From the Menil Collection to The Museum of Fine Arts, there are various institutions brimming with art, culture, and history for jetsetters to relish.

For the baseball fans, the city is the home base to the MLB’s Houston Astros, and summer evenings at their massive air-conditioned stadium are top-notch. Minute Maid Park is where all the action happens, and sometimes, ballgames are concluded with an impressive firework show.

Whether you’re a museum enthusiast looking to work on your bucket list or curious how this city maintains such a high standard of living, charter your next private jet to Houston with Evo.

Private Jet Airports in Houston, Texas

  • William P. Hobby Airport (KHOU / HOU) — This is Houston’s oldest commercial airport and is only seven miles from downtown Houston. It was the primary facility for all Houston travel prior to the development of George Bush Intercontinental.
  • George Bush Intercontinental Airport (KIAH / IAH) — Serving the greater Houston area, IAH is the second busiest airport in Texas.
  • Sugar-Land Regional (KSGR / SGR) — Though this airport is roughly twenty miles from the central business district of Houston, SGR specializes in general aviation, serving governmental, political, corporate, and leisure jets and turbo-flights.

Popular Private Jet Charters to Houston, TX

Charter Pricing

Cost to charter a private jet to Houston, TX

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 Aspen to Houston, TX will cost $18,360 or more in a Light Jet, for example.

Please note: Due to rapidly rising costs and unprecedented demand, the pricing listed below may be outdated. Please use our cost calculator for real-time pricing and to submit your trip requests. Thank you for flying with evoJets!

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

To/From Location Target Price (One-Way) Aircraft Type Max Passengers
Aspen$18,360Light Jet6-8
Miami$20,450Light Jet6-8
Scottsdale$22,500Light Jet6-8
Napa$30,000Midsize Jet7-9

Charter FAQ

How long does it take to arrange a charter flight from Houston to Los Angeles?

Our large network of aircraft in the Houston area allows us to have on demand availability at all times. With the time it takes to get a crew to the aircraft and pre-flight check all the systems on the aircraft, we can usually be off the ground in as little as 90 minutes.

What is the best airport to fly into in the Houston area?

The three main airports in the Houston area are D Wayne Hooks, William P Hobby and Bush Intercontinental. The best airport is really determined by your final destination and its proximity to the local airports. If you are departing from Houston your starting location will determine what is most convenient for you. William P Hobby is the most used charter airport in Houston, you can usually save money using Hobby as there are quite a few aircraft based there that require no re-positioning.

What is the largest aircraft you have available in Houston?

There are aircraft in our network, based in Houston, that can seat anywhere from 2 to 30 passengers. Once you go above the 16-18 passenger count the aircraft are setup with more of a first class seating arrangement as opposed to the VIP arrangements. For groups larger than 30 passengers, please call and speak to an agent at (877) 970-JETS (5387).

Are there any time restrictions for flying in or out of Houston?

Charter flights in and out of Houston can be schedule for any time. The airports are open to use 24/7.

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

Houston’s airports 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

Luxury Hotels in Houston, Texas

  • Four Seasons Hotel Houston
  • Marriott Marquis Houston
  • The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston
  • The Westin Galleria Houston

Restaurants in Houston, Texas

  • Taste of Texas
  • Pappas Bros. Steakhouse
  • Eddie V’s
  • BCN Taste & Tradition
  • Uchi

Space Center Houston, TX

At Space Center Houston, visitors can explore many exhibits and shows detailing the history of space travel, how astronauts live and work in space, and current space flight activity. Some features include Blast Off, Living in Space, The Astronaut Gallery, Mission Status, Starship Gallery, and children play areas.

Also, be sure to catch The NASA Tram Tour for a behind-the-scenes look at the Johnson Space Center where you may see mission control past and present, space vehicle and rocket preparation, and possibly even a glimpse of astronauts training for upcoming missions.

Arts, Sights, and Culture in Houston, Texas

Houston is well-known and loved for its thriving arts and culture. For an inside scoop on the creative scene in Houston, check out some of these museums, attractions, and art districts:

  • Space Center Houston
  • The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  • The Menil Collection
  • Hermann Park
  • Museum of Fine Arts
  • Gallery Row
  • Upper Kirby District
  • Alley Theatre
  • Houston Heights
  • Houston Grand Opera
  • Houston Symphony
  • Buffalo Soldiers National Museum
  • Czech Center Museum Houston
  • Houston’s Society for the Performing Arts