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El Paso, TX

Airports We Serve In El Paso

El Paso, located on the banks of the Rio Grande River, across from Juarez, Mexico, went from a lawless, Wild West boomtown known as the “Six-Shooter Capital” to a beautiful, multicultural city of 700,000 known as “Sun City.” But, in the process, it didn’t leave its boots behind. The desert city in the Franklin Mountains where the NCAA’s post-season Sun Bowl is played is the Boot Capital of the World.

Flights to and from the following airport in the El Paso area:

  • (KELP) El Paso International Airport

Available Jets in El Paso

Learjet 55

Powered by two Honeywell TFE731-3A-2B turbofan engines with a cabin designed with more space for improved comfort.

Pilatus PC-12

With an interior designed by BMW, this turboprop offers comfort that rivals a light jet at unbeatable price points.

Lear 60

This comfortable, midsize jet has a fantastic range with the potential to reach New York or Palm Springs without a fuel stop.

Falcon 20

A low-wing midsize business jet developed by Dassault Aviation in France. Its 24-foot cabin makes it the longest midsize jet available today.

Fairchild Metro III

The Metro series has become one of the most popular 19-seat commercial commuter airliners.

Cost to hire private jet in El Paso

Here are some of the most popular destinations into and out of El Paso and the estimated cost of the flights:

ToAircraft              Max Passengers       Price Estimate
El Paso, TX – Dallas, TXTurboprop6-8 passengers$10,000 – $12,000
El Paso, TX – Aspen, COMid-size Jet7-9 passengers$21,000 – $25,000
El Paso, TX – Santa Ana, CASuper Midsize8-10 passengers$26,000 – $28,000
El Paso, TX – White Plains, NY     Heavy Jet10-16 passengers$54,500 – $75,000

Destination Information

Preferred Airport

The most popular airport for private jets is the El Paso International Airport. Located 4 miles northeast of downtown El Paso, it is the largest civil airport in West Texas and southern New Mexico

Luxury Hotels

  • The Plaza Hotel Pioneer Park
  • Hotel Paso Del Norte
  • Stanton House
  • Aloft El Paso Downtown
  • Gardner Hotel

Sports, Leisure & Culture

  • El Paso Chihuahuas (the city loves its Chihuahuas, a Triple A team of the San Diego Padres)
  • Fiesta de las Flores (the oldest Hispanic cultural festival in the Southwest which is held in August is just one of the many festivals in El Paso)
  • The Wyler Aerial Tramway (a gondola that runs from Franklin Mountains State Park up to Ranger Peak)
  • Mission Trail (links some of the remaining Spanish missions)
  • Tigua Indian Cultural Center (tells the history of the indigenous people that called the El Paso area home)
  • The Magoffin Home State Historic Site (a preserved adobe mansion from the 19th century)
  • The Plaza Theater (its ornate details earned it the name “The Showplace of the Southwest)
  • Camino Real Hotel (national historic landmark built in 1912)
  • Mexico Markets (shops are fun to browse and pick up some inexpensive souvenirs and toys)

Popular Restaurants

  • Taft Diaz (4-star Mexican-American)
  • Zino’s Greek & Mediterranean Cuisine (Middle Eastern)
  • L&J Cafe (authentic Mexican across from Concordia Cemetery)
  • Kiki’s Restaurant & Bar (Mexican, Southwestern)
  • El Charlatan (contemporary Mexican)
  • Anson11 (American Bistro dishes paired with exquisite wine)
  • Park Tavern (contemporary American in 100-year-old building)

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Private Air Charter Trips

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For more information on private jet charter services to and from El Paso, call us 24/7 on 915-900-6214 or email us at charter@flyusa.com and one of our private aviation advisers will be happy to assist you.

El Paso, Texas

Boots are serious business in El Paso, the westernmost city in Texas. Celebrities have been known to come into town on a private charter jet just to shop at the famous bootmakers to get a pair of handmade cowboy boots worn by the likes of John Wayne, Charlie Daniels, Roy Rogers – and Taylor Swift.

Shop for the boots along El Paso Street, the oldest street in the city, when in town to do business at Western Refining, a Fortune 500 company headquartered in El Paso, or any of the other 70 Fortune 500 with offices in El Paso, such as the Hoover Company, Eureka, Boeing, and Delphi.

Business in El Paso

One of the city’s largest employers, Schneider Electric, which was founded in 1836 and is headquartered in France, is building its fourth manufacturing plant in El Paso.

In addition to manufacturing, El Paso’s economy is based on its growing information technology industry, agriculture, livestock, petroleum refining – and tourism.

Other large employers are the University of Texas at El Paso, Fort Bliss (and the on-site) United States Army’s Air Defense Center and the federal government (DEA agents, immigration and border patrol).

Have Fun While You’re Here

No matter what takes you to El Paso, you should find time to check out the many things that make it a tourist mecca, like the grave of John Wesley Hardin (1853-1895), who is alleged to have killed more men than Billy the Kid or Jesse James. A lawyer and son of a preacher, Hardin said he never killed a man who didn’t need killing.

His grave, protected from vandals by a stone and steel structure that resembles a house-shaped dog crate, is located in Concordia Cemetery, a Texas State Memorial Cemetery in which more than 60,000 people, including outlaws, Buffalo Soldiers, Texas Rangers, Civil War veterans and Chinese immigrants who came to build the railroad, are buried.

Right across the street is El Paso’s most famous restaurant and a great place to grab a genuine Mexican meal and a beer. The L&J Café, “The Old Place by the Graveyard,” opened as Tony’s Place in 1927. It’s been renamed but still run by the same family four generations later. Try its fan-favorites, green chile chicken enchiladas, or chile rellenos.

FAQs in El Paso

What is the best airport to use when I charter a jet in El Paso?

The best airport to use/request when traveling to El Paso would be the El Paso International Airport. It is an international public airport located 4 miles northeast of downtown El Paso.

How many airport options do I have in the El Paso area?

One, the El Paso International Airport.

Can I travel to Mexico from El Paso?

Yes. There are six border crossings in the El Paso region that privately-operated vehicles, pedestrians, buses and commercial trucks can use. Each of the bridges connect El Paso to its sister city, Ciudad Juárez.

Can I travel with weapons on-board a private aircraft?=

Flying with firearms is legal and relatively easy with some preparation on your part, most importantly making sure your destination allows guns to be brought in on a private plane. Please let us know ahead of time that you will be bringing firearms. We will work with the operator to make sure everyone is aware of them. No concealed and loaded guns are allowed in the cabin. Guns, rifles, or any other device that shoots must be unloaded and in its own case. Ammunition should be in separate containers or boxes. Following these simple rules will allow you to enjoy your hunting trip or have your personal protection with you when you arrive at your destination.

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