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Top Remote Destinations Easily Accessible via Private Aircraft

By August 13, 2019 Uncategorized

From stunning tropical beaches, to remote fly-fishing and wilderness, it has never been easier dodge the crowds and book a remote get away to stunning destinations.

As demand continues to drive down rates for private aircraft, many are looking to book that unforgettable trip, to places where commercial air cannot serve.

Below are the top remote destinations in North America easily accessible via private aircraft.

Anguilla, Caribbean

Too small to accommodate commercial flights, Anguilla offers resort quality beaches and delicious seafood. Bypass the crowded ferry or commuter connection through St. Marteen or Puerto Rico and fly private. Light to Mid sized jets can comfortable seat a small family and easy access Anguilla small island airport.

Nimmo Bay, Canada

For mountain lovers, Nimmo Bay is home to spectacular waterfalls, glaciers, and wildlife. Enjoy farm-to-table dining and several wine options as well. Fly into the Port Hardy airport (YZT) and take a helicopter or a floatplane to Nimmo Bay for an unforgettable journey.

Spectacle Island, Maine

Off the coast of Bar Harbor in Frenchman’s Bay, this five-acre retreat is one of America’s favorite private island rentals. The wrap-around porch gives you a vantage point to observe lobster fishermen bustling about with their daily activities; hauling, baiting, and hauling again.

Lanai, Hawaii

Once home to a plantation that produced 75% of the world’s pineapples, Lanai’s airport does not support commercial flights from the mainland, and ferries from nearby islands are time consuming.

Norman’s Cay, Bahamas

Norman’s Cay is a small Bahamian island south and east of Nassau. The beautiful remote island features beautiful beaches and interesting snorkeling and diving opportunities.

PJS works on your time. We can fly you there, how you want, when you want. PJS works on your schedule. Contact us today and experience the PJS way.

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