Explore Florida by Jet: Journey through Palm Beach, Naples, Key West, Orlando, and St. Augustine

Explore Florida by Jet
Flying private is the ultimate VIP jet set experience. Whether you want to hop over to Orlando for a business meeting, Naples for a lunch date, Palm Beach to attend a charity gala, or discover all that Florida has to offer, flying private means you can be traveling in style and for a fraction of the time. And once you fly, you will understand the difference.

Charter a private jet for your journey through Palm Beach, Naples, Key West, Orlando, and St. Augustine

Palm Beach

Established in the late 1800s by railroad titan Henry Morrison Flagler, the 16 miles long barrier island in Florida today is a luxurious retreat for the A-listers. Privilege, exclusivity, money, manners, are all that make Palm Beach different from any other town in this world. With 47 miles of oceanfront sand and a tropical climate year-round, this exclusive haven was recently listed as one of the top places to visit in 2018 by Forbes magazine.

In addition to some of the more recent famous faces like current President Donald Trump, Palm Beach is also home to some other notable residents such as fashion designer Vera Wang and artist Yoko Ono. With beautiful palm trees, picturesque walks on the beach, and sophisticated boutique shopping on Worth Ave, Palm Beach is an ideal spot to visit in South Florida.

Whether you are flying in to attend the American Red Cross International Ball or just vacationing with your family and friends, Monarch Air Group has a variety of luxury jets you can choose from. In addition to the numerous annual charity events you can attend, Palm Beach also has a bustling art market.

With a remarkable concentration of high-end galleries, art lovers come from all around the world to buy art by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, Willem de Kooning, and more. With European sophistication and unmatched style and grace, Palm Beach remains a great addition to your itinerary.

PBI: Palm Beach International Airport


From sipping an espresso in the morning and reading the WSJ for market updates, to window shopping on Third Street South and indulging in some of the best organic gelatos, Naples is somewhat of an Italian paradise experience without the transatlantic flight.

With world-famous golf courses and beautiful sunsets, it’s no wonder why in 2015, USA Today readers voted the city as the #1 Best Destination for Luxury Travelers in the U.S. It’s a favorite destination for the elite who prefer relaxation over the see-and-be-seen events of Miami, and those who have been to Naples, certainly appreciate the small but vibrant downtown that Naples offers.

APF: Naples Municipal Airport

Key West

We all dream at some point in our life of escaping all of life’s annoyances to some exotic paradise location where you can turn off your iPhone and just sip a rum cocktail out of a coconut underneath a palm tree. Wherever your faraway fantasy, you’ll find it in Key West.

Catch enchanting and breathtaking views at golden hour at Mallory Square, where you will find live music and a sunset celebration for all to enjoy. Be sure to also stop by the iconic Captain Tony’s Saloon that served the likes of Hemingway and Tennessee Williams, as well as indulge in the famous Key lime pie dessert.

With a private jet charter rental like a Turboprop jet, you can arrange a flight within hours and arrive at the airport literally minutes prior to your flight’s departure time – extremely helpful especially when avoiding busy peak seasons around events that attract millions of visitors to Key West year-round. In addition to that, you eliminate the need for extra overnight stays, allowing you more time to explore everything that this Caribbean influenced town has to offer.

EYW: Key West International Airport


A vacation in Orlando doesn’t necessarily have to be all about Mickey Mouse or the Little Mermaid. Though Orlando’s legendary theme parks such as Disney World are where unforgettable childhood dreams are met and lasting memories are made, there are some other lesser-known but great things to Orlando as well.

According to Travel + Leisure magazine, more than 50 million visitors come to Orlando every year to enjoy the theme parks and hotels the city has to offer, but beyond Disney World, there are sophisticated restaurants, shopping and other parks you can enjoy.

Stroll the streets at exciting entertainment complexes such as Universal City Walk, Downtown Disney, or catch a show at Cirque de Soleil. Don’t miss the chance to also watch Tiger Woods play live, as Orlando hosts more golf tournaments than any other location in the U.S.

MCO: Orlando International Airport

St. Augustine

Voted in 2016 as one of American’s Favorite Beach Towns by Travel + Leisure magazine, St. Augustine is a laid-back and sweet tea-sipping town founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1565. With a colonial fort and terracotta-roofed palazzos, St. Augustine still showcases the city’s Spanish heritage four centuries later.

Being the nation’s oldest town, St. Augustine has a rich history that can be explored for weeks. Be sure to visit Anastasia State Park, a protected wildlife sanctuary, and the Castillo de San Marcos, a 17th century Spanish stone fortress with views of the St. Augustine Inlet.

JAX: Jacksonville International Airport