Holidays in the South: Jet through Nashville, New Orleans, and Charlotte

Jet through Nashville, New Orleans, and Charlotte
Whether you want to see the holiday snow or vacation under the sun, the South is a great place to celebrate any kind of season. With music festivals in Nashville, oyster bites in New Orleans or window shopping in Charlotte, booking a private charter can get you to experience all three cities in the most distinctive way.

Nashville, TN

Known as Music City in the U.S., Nashville is a great place for those who appreciate country and bluegrass music, though it welcomes travelers who like all types of genres. You don’t need to be a country music enthusiast to enjoy everything that Nashville has to offer, as there is a multitude of other things to explore as well, such as the culinary scene, a charming riverfront and an abundance of parks.

One is the Cheekwood Estate – a 55-acre estate home to an impressive collection of 20th-century art and botanical gardens. If you visit in the spring, the gardens are filled with more than 100,000 blooming tulips that you can stroll through. Other great places in Nashville include the Gallery of Iconic Guitars at the University of Belmont, which showcases an impressive collection of vintage guitars and other instruments.


  • Nashville International Airport (BNA)

New Orleans, LA

Creole cooking, jazz music, and the Mardi Gras are what New Orleans is synonymous with. One of America’s most historic and fascinating cities, New Orleans is a culinary destination as well as a romantic one. Beyond the French Quarter, the National WWII Museum and the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Preservation Hall is another great place to visit during your stay. One of the world’s most respected jazz music venues, the Preservation Hall is home to New Orleans jazz with the mission of preserving its traditions as they were over 100 years ago.


  • Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY)

Charlotte, NC

A trip to Charlotte wouldn’t be the same without some Carolina’s BBQ and fried chicken. Home to a great culinary scene, try the Midwood Smokehouse or the Queen City Q for a variety of BBQ style options or the Price’s Chicken Coop and the King’s Kitchen for fried chicken favorites.

If you’re looking for a great view of the Queen City skyline, City Lights Rooftop Bar is an upscale restaurant that has a 360-degree view of the Charlotte skyline, where you enjoy the sunset while sipping a cocktail or glass of wine. Another option is the Romare Bearden Park, where you can take a stroll and stop by to one of many events the park hosts year-round.


  • Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)

By booking a private charter, you have the flexibility to see all three cities without the hassle of commercial airports and checking in and out of gates. Additionally, you can have a transportation service arranged to wait for you as you land and escort you to your hotel, if not stay with you for the duration of your trip.