Grand Canyon, AZ Airports & Charter Routes

One of mother nature’s most mesmerizing works of art almost needs no introduction. At the top of every hiker’s bucket list, and a dream destination for any globetrotter seeking awe-inspiring views, a private jet to the Grand Canyon will leave you breathless. And the best part? No trip is ever the same, no matter how many times you’ve explored this geologic phenomenon, prepare to be amazed every single time.

For a mostly paved path and light hike, take the Rim Trail for about thirteen miles along the Grand Canyon’s rim. Considered to be one of the most scenic walks in North America, it gives you the most comprehensive access to the South Rim’s beauty and vantage points.

Hiking the trails of the Grand Canyon may be a challenge, but every path unlocks a rewarding view. Ten miles later, when you hear the Havasu Falls crashing into the ground, the trek will be well worth the effort. Hailed as one of the Canyon’s most beautiful sites, the turquoise waters contrast the dry orange rock effortlessly, making this desert oasis a surreal image.

One of the most popular hikes in the park is along the Bright Angel Trail. With several routes depending on the intensity you’re prepared for, the path hugs the canyon walls and features several steep cliffs that will satiate any adrenaline junkie’s cravings. If you’re looking for a unique method of traversing this route, consider experiencing it on the back of a mule!

Charter a private flight to the Grand Canyon and revel in one of the region’s best views, Grandview Point. Soaring at over seven thousand feet into the sky, this is one of South Rim’s highest points. Although the hike may be tricky even for seasoned hikers, the elevation will overcome your fatigue with a sense of tranquility and euphoria unlike any other.

Keep the exclusivity going when you deplane your private jet to the Grand Canyon and board your own helicopter charter for a unique tour of the canyon’s depths and rugged interior. With wrap-around glass and theatre-style seating, this is an unforgettable way to explore the sublime landscape from within the clouds.

While an aerial view of the Grand Canyon may seem unparalleled, Hualapai River rafting gives adventurers another approach to the canyon walls. The beating sun is no match for the brisk whitewater rapids and the journey will put you up close and personal with the valley’s million-year-old rocky layers — an experience you’ll treasure forever.

Private Jet Airports in Grand Canyon, Arizona

  • Grand Canyon National Park Airport (KGCN / GCN) — Only seven miles from the South Rim of this National Park, the facility is particularly used for scenic charters as well as commercial service.

Popular Private Jet Charters to Grand Canyon, AZ

Charter Pricing

Cost to charter a private jet to Grand Canyon, AZ

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 Los Angeles to Grand Canyon, AZ will cost $5,000 or more in a Executive Turboprop, for example.

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

To/From Location Target Price (One-Way) Aircraft Type Max Passengers
Los Angeles$5,000Executive Turboprop4-9
San Francisco$7,500Light Jet6-8
Dallas$11,500Supermidsize Jet8-10
New York$28,500Heavy Jet10-16

Travel Guide

Luxury Hotels in Grand Canyon, Arizona

  • Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn
  • El Tovar Hotel
  • The Grand Hotel at the Grand Canyon
  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites
  • Grand Canyon Plaza Hotel

Restaurants in Grand Canyon, Arizona

  • El Tovar Lodge Dining Room
  • Phantom Ranch
  • Grand Canyon Lodge Dining Room
  • Arizona Room
  • Yavapai Tavern

Arts, Culture, and Sights of Grand Canyon, Arizona

  • Havasu Falls
  • Horseshoe Bend
  • Black Suspension Bridge
  • Bright Angel History Room
  • Desert View Drive
  • Grand Canyon Skywalk