Macon Private Jet Charter Service
Paramount Business Jets is proud to offer premier business jet charter services to and from Macon, Georgia, both domestically and internationally. There are over 18 airports within a 50 mile radius of Macon’s downtown business district. This makes travel to Macon convenient, easy and pleasurable. Macon Downtown Airport (MAC) and Middle Georgia Regional Airport (MCN) are the two closest airports to the city and both of these options are located within the city limits. Private jet travelers have many aircraft options in the Macon area ranging from turboprops such as the King Air 90, Pilates PC 12, and King Air C90, light jets such as the Hawker 400 XP, Citation V, and Citation CJ3, super light jets such as the Citation Excel, midsize jets such as the Hawker 800 and Citation III, super midsize jets such as the Hawker 4000, to large jets such as the Challenger 600, Legacy 600, and Gulfstream III. If you would like to get a quick range of private jet charter quotes for your next flight to or from Macon, simply give us a call at 1-877-727-2538 and we will provide you with the best options available at the highest level of service and the most competitive pricing.
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Macon Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Macon Airports within 50 Miles
- Macon Downtown Airport, KMAC, MAC, Macon, GA, United States
- Middle Georgia Regional Airport, KMCN, MCN, Macon, GA, United States
- Robins Afb Airport, KWRB, WRB, Warner Robins, GA, United States
- Miami Valley Farm Airport, GA99, GA99, Fort Valley, GA, United States
- Perry-Houston County Airport, KPXE, PXE, Perry, GA, United States
- Roberta Industrial Park Airport, 0GA9, 0GA9, Roberta, GA, United States
- Baldwin County Airport, KMLJ, MLJ, Milledgeville, GA, United States
- Monticello Sky Ranch Airport, GA06, GA06, Monticello, GA, United States
- Thomaston-Upson County Airport, KOPN, OPN, Thomaston, GA, United States
- Ben Ammons Airport, 6GA2, 6GA2, Jackson, GA, United States
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Macon City Overview
Macon is a city in central Georgia and is about 75 miles south of the state capital of Atlanta, 82 miles east of Columbus, GA, and 107 miles west of Augusta, GA. Macon began as a trading outpost on the Ocmulgee River in the 1800s and was incorporated as a town in 1823. Macon is the county seat of Bibb County, as well as the important industrial and commercial center of Georgia. Located in the heart of the state, Macon boasts thriving aviation, manufacturing, medical and tourism industry. A popular tourist destination, Macon is often referred to as the "Heart of Georgia"and the "Cherry Blossom Capital of the World" and boasts diverse cultures, cultural venues, exciting entertainment, thriving arts, and scenic attractions. Macon is home to ten historic districts, containing over 5,500 historic buildings and structures, which contribute to its uniqueness within the American South. Tourists to Macon will enjoy the wealth of historic places and museums to visit that include the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, Museum of Arts and Sciences, Tubman African American Museum, Cannonball House, Hay House, Sidney Lanier Cottage, Neel Reid Federated Garden Club Center, Fort Hawkins, and Terminal Station. With its fascinating history and rich cultural heritage, Macon has a lot to offer to its visitors from all over the world. .