Virginia Beach, VA Airports & Charter Routes

Private Jet Virginia Beach, VA

A coastal city with a Guinness Record for being home to the world’s longest pleasure beach, this is the destination to relax and unwind. Perched within the metropolitan region of Hampton Roads, this resort town is most famous for its laidback vibes and idyllic aura. Relieve your soul from the relentless demands of reality and book your next private jet to Virginia Beach with Evo.

Of course, when in Virginia Beach, one must appreciate the heart and soul of the city with a day at the Boardwalk. Reaching three miles alongside the honey-sand shores, it’s bustling with energy no matter the day or time. From live music concerts and hip coffee shops to the twenty-four-foot bronze statue of King Neptune, you’ll find all you need for a good time on the boardwalk.

History lovers, look no further because a private charter flight to Virginia Beach lands you within proximity of First Landing State Park. Home to the exact steps English settlers took when they first arrived on these shores centuries ago, not only is this park notable historically, it’s also a beaut to explore. If you’re lucky, you may get a glimpse of the unique rainbow sheens caused by natural oils covering the untouched swampy grounds.

If you’re looking for a beach to enjoy that’s less trodden by tourist action, fifteen miles south of the boardwalk will put you by Sandbridge Beach. Providing jetsetters with a quieter and more peaceful day to soak up the sun, you can dig your toes into the warm sand with a book in one hand and an iced tea in the other.

Surprising to some, private jets to Virginia Beach with Evo tend to be in high demand for surfers to catch some spectacular swell. Home to the annual and esteemed East Coast Surfing Championships, which is the longest-running surf contest on the globe, hundreds of talented wave-riders brave the ocean’s massive tide for a chance to cruise the beautiful barrels.

Aviation enthusiasts can begin their trip luxuriously, on a private jet charter flight to Virginia Beach—where they’ll be minutes from the Military Aviation Museum, stocked with an assortment of military aircraft and hangars. All restored to their prewar conditions, jetsetters will also get the chance to view a de Havilland Mosquito (an aircraft with a frame made almost entirely out of wood) and a Messerschmitt ME 262, which is the world’s first jet-powered fighter plane.

Leave the hassle of flying private to our charter specialists and book your next private flight to Virginia Beach with evoJets.

Private Jet Airports in Virginia Beach

  • Norfolk International Airport (KORF / ORF) — This facility serves the Hampton Roads region of southeast Virginia. It is located eleven miles from Norfolk and roughly twenty miles from Virginia Beach.
  • Hampton Roads Executive (KPVG / PVG) — PVG Airport is a privately owned facility with two short runways, making it suitable for smaller private jets flying into or out of Virginia Beach.

Popular Private Jet Charters to Virginia Beach, VA

Charter Pricing

Cost to charter a private jet to Virginia Beach, VA

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 Virginia Beach, VA will cost $16,000 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 Virginia Beach, VA that we aim to offer our clients:

To/From Location Target Price (One-Way) Aircraft Type Max Passengers
New York$16,000Light Jet6-8
Atlanta$15,000Executive Turboprop4-9
Philadelphia$14,000Executive Turboprop4-9
Chicago$25,000Light Jet6-8

Travel Guide

Luxury Hotels in Virginia Beach

  • The Cavalier VA Beach, Autograph Collection
  • Marriott Virginia Beach Oceanfront
  • The Westin VA Beach Town Center
  • Hilton VA Beach Oceanfront

Restaurants in Virginia Beach

  • Becca Restaurant & Garden
  • Orion’s Roof
  • Le Yaca French Restaurant
  • Terrapin

Arts and Culture Sights of Virginia Beach, VA

Virginia Beach has countless points of interest, owing in large part to a fascinating history and a unique beach atmosphere. There are also many wonderful arts and cultural sites to see around town. Some great places to start your visit are:

  • Old Cape Henry Lighthouse
  • King Neptune Statue and Park
  • Virginia Beach Chorale
  • Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum
  • The Francis Land House Historic Site

Outdoor Adventures in Virginia Beach, VA

Of course you can’t come to Virginia Beach without spending some time outdoors, whether it be relaxing on the seashore, catching an exciting sports game, or participating in your favorite type of recreation. There are plenty of options throughout the area, including:

  • Fisherman’s Wharf Marina, Bay Creek Resort & Club
  • Dockside Marina Fishing and Dolphin Watching
  • Billable Ours Sportfishing Virginia Beach
  • Adventure Sailing Aboard Iggy Biggy
  • Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

Weather in Virginia Beach, VA

The summer climate in Virginia Beach is warm, with temperatures regularly in the 70s. The warmest month of the year, July, has an average maximum temperature of 86.9 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters are cold, usually in the 40s, and January is the coolest month, with an average minimum temperature of 32.2 degrees. Virginia Beach has an annual average precipitation of 44.5 inches. The wettest month is August, at an average rainfall of 5.19 inches.