Minneapolis, MN Airports & Charter Routes

Whether you need a last minute flight to a business conference in Minneapolis, or just want to see the arts and culture of the “Twin Cities,” evoJets has you covered. Traveling to the “City of Lakes” will feel like a breeze when you have access to our services at small FBOs across the region.

Airports In and Around Minneapolis, MN

Several airports in and around the Minneapolis area are available for your charter flight so you can land closer to where you really want to go.

  • Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP, KMSP) – is about 8 miles south of downtown Minneapolis, and eight miles southwest of downtown St. Paul. Corporate and general aviation are encouraged to use one of the local reliever airports, but the International Airport does offer one fixed base operator (FBO) – Signature Flight Support, for non-commercial aircraft and passenger services.
  • Crystal Airport (MIC, KMIC) – is 8 miles northwest of the central business district of Minneapolis and has three FBOs: Flying Scotchman, Northland Aircraft, and Thunderbird Aviation.
  • Airlake Airport (LVN, KLVN) – is about 22 miles south of central Minneapolis and has two FBOs, Aircraft Resource Center and LSA North.
  • Flying Cloud Airport (FCM, KFCM) – located about 11 miles southwest of the central business district of Minneapolis, has five FBOs which are Executive Aviation, ASI Jet Center, Thunderbird Aviation, Hummingbird Aviation, and Elliott Aviation.
  • Anoka County-Blaine Airport (ANE, KANE) – is about 10 miles north of downtown Minneapolis is, also known as Jane’s Field, which has six FBOs: Bolduc Aviation Specialized Services, Cirrus Flight Operations, Crossroads Aviation, Key Air Twin Cities, Twin Cities Flight Training, and Whirlwind Helicopters.
  • St. Paul Downtown Airport (STP, KSTP) – also known as Holman Field – is on the St. Paul side of the metropolitan area. It is located just 1 mile south of the central business district of St. Paul, and about twelve miles east of Minneapolis. Two FBOs, St. Paul Flight Center/AVITAT and Signature Flight Support, are located here.
  • Lake Elmo Airport (21D) – is about 9 miles east of St. Paul and 25 miles east of Minneapolis. Valters Aviation serves as the single FBO at Lake Elmo.
  • New Richmond Regional Airport (RNH, KRNH) – If your business in the area takes you a little ways into Wisconsin, you may want to use this airport which is located 2 miles north of New Richmond, WI, and about forty miles northeast of central Minneapolis-St. Paul. There is one full-service FBO located here: Griggs Aviation.

Charter Pricing

How much does it cost to charter a private jet to/from Minneapolis?

Pricing can vary per a variety of factors, and every charter flight is a unique situation.

While we cannot guarantee set prices for any particular trip without dates, times and passenger details, here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Minneapolis that we aim to offer our clients:

Avg. Flight Time
Target Price
New York Light Jet 2.5-3.0 6-8 From $9,500
Denver Light Jet 2.0-2.5 6-8 From $7,500
Seattle Light Jet 3.0-3.5 6-8 From $11,500
Las Vegas Midsize Jet 3.0-3.5 7-9 From $14,500
Miami Supermidsize Jet 3.0-3.5 8-10 From $17,500

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 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 Minneapolis, MN

Your trip to Minneapolis should be perfect down to the last detail. One of these luxury accommodations may just be the icing on your cake:

  • Crowne Plaza Hotel Minneapolis
  • W Hotel Minneapolis the Foshay
  • The Marquette Hotel Minneapolis
  • Graves 601 Hotel
  • The Grand Hotel

Arts and Culture Sights of Minneapolis, MN

The Minneapolis-St. Paul area is known for its rising arts and culture scene. If you want to see some of the Twin Cities’ breathtaking sights, you might be interested in:

  • Walker Art Center
  • Minnesota Opera
  • Historic Fort Snelling
  • Minneapolis Institute of Arts
  • Ritz Theater/Ballet of the Dolls

Scenic Locations in Minneapolis, MN

Minneapolis’s nickname, the “City of Lakes,” comes from the numerous scenic waterways found throughout the area, including the Chain of Lakes which is made up of:

  • Lake Calhoun
  • Lake Harriet
  • Lake of the Isles
  • Cedar Lake

Here you can bike, boat, and ski, and in the winter ice skating and hockey are popular. Nearby Lyndale Park has a bird sanctuary and lovely gardens. Minneapolis has also been called a golfer’s paradise, and has bountiful putting greens for relaxing on your trip.

An interesting feature of both Minneapolis and St. Paul is the system of glass tunnels found one story above ground. These “skyways” run through eight miles of downtown Minneapolis’ specialty shops, restaurants, and other services. St. Paul has five miles of similar climate-controlled skyways providing a comfortable place to stroll no matter what the weather.

Weather in Minneapolis, MN

Minneapolis-St. Paul has warm summers with temperatures in the 70s. The warmest month of the year is July, with an average maximum temperature of 83.3 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters are extremely cold, typically in the 10s, and the coldest month, January, has an average minimum temperature of 4.3 degrees. The area’s annual average precipitation is 29.41 inches, and the wettest month is June, with an average rainfall of 4.34 inches.