The Village of Indian Hill Private Jet Charter
The Village of Indian Hill Private Jet Charter Service
Trusted The Village of Indian Hill Jet Charter Service Since 2005
Paramount Business Jets can provide access to over 50 private jets in a 50-mile radius around The Village of Indian Hills, Ohio.
Over the years, we've developed a wide network of certified aircraft operators. Through them, we can organize your private jet charter flights to and from The Village of Indian Hills.
The nearest airports to The Village of Indian Hills are Lunken Field International Airport (LUK), 7 miles away.
- Turboprops like the Swearingen Merlin.
- Light jets such as the Citation CJ2 and Citation CJ3.
- Super light jets such as the Citation Excel and Learjet 40XR.
- Midsize and super-midsize jets such as the Challenger 300, Citation Latitude, and Gulfstream G200.
- Large and ultra-long-range jets such as the Legacy 600, Falcon 2000, and the Challenger 604.
Give us a call on +1-877-727-2538 and speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable private aviation consultants to receive a Village of Indian Hills charter quote, send us an email at email@example.com or get an instant price estimate online.
How Much Does it Cost to Charter a Private Jet to or from The Village of Indian Hill?
The cost of renting a private jet to or from The Village of Indian Hill will depend on which aircraft you choose, how far you need to travel and how long you need to stay before you return, in addition to other factors.
For example, a private jet flight from The Village of Indian Hill to Washington D.C. on a turboprop with 4 passengers will cost around 4,500 USD, all in or a private jet flight from The Village of Indian Hill to Orlando on a light jet with 6 passengers will cost around 14,500 USD or a private jet flight from The Village of Indian Hill to Chicago on a very light jet with 3 passengers will cost around 8,500 USD one way.
The average hourly rental rates of various private jets per flying hour are as follows.
Very Light Jets
Super Light Jets
Super Midsize Jets
Ultra Long Range Jets
Which Aircraft Category is Best for my Charter Flight to The Village of Indian Hill?
Choosing the ideal aircraft for your The Village of Indian Hill private jet charter is based on your comfort level, non-stop range, total passengers, the amount of luggage, as well as, the minimum runway required. Most The Village of Indian Hill airports can accommodate charter jets of all sizes.
Here are the average specifications of private jets of all sizes:
|MAX FLIGHT TIME
|VLJ||2 - 4||700 - 1,400||4.2 - 4.9||15.8 - 65.3||2:45 - 3:15|
|Light||6 - 7||1,100 - 1,900||4.1 - 5.0||6.3 - 88.2||2:45 - 5:30|
|Super Light||7 - 8||1,700 - 1,900||4.1 - 5.0||50.0 - 85.0||4:00 - 5:30|
|Midsize||8 - 9||1,300 - 3,000||4.8 - 5.9||30.7 - 150.0||2:30 - 8:00|
|Super Midsize||8 - 10||2,400 - 4,000||5.7 - 6.3||50.0 - 155.0||5:30 - 8:00|
|Large||10 - 16||3,600 - 6,000||5.9 - 6.2||115.0 - 317.8||3:00 - 13:00|
|Ultra Long Range||12 - 16||2,500 - 6,700||6.0 - 6.4||140.0 - 325.0||10:00 - 17:00|
|VIP Airliner||16 - 50||3,800 - 6,100||6.5 - 7.3||127.0 - 5,297.0||2:00 - 16:00|
|Helicopter||3 - 8||200 - 650||3.9 - 6.0||0.00 - 88.3||1:15 - 4:00|
Private Jets and Helicopters Available for Hire Near The Village of Indian Hill
|AIRCRAFT NAME||CATEGORY||YOM||SEATS||BAGGAGE SPACE|
|Learjet 40XR||Light||2006||6||65.00 ft³ / 1.84 m³|
|Citation CJ2||Light||2004||6||65.00 ft³ / 1.84 m³|
|Hawker 400XP||Light||2006||7||25.00 ft³ / 0.71 m³|
|Learjet 60||Midsize||1998||8||48.00 ft³ / 1.36 m³|
|Hawker 800XP||Midsize||1999||8||48.00 ft³ / 1.36 m³|
|Citation Latitude||Midsize||2016||9||127.00 ft³ / 3.60 m³|
|Citation XLS||Midsize||2007||9||80.00 ft³ / 2.27 m³|
|Challenger 300||Super Midsize||2014||9||105.94 ft³ / 3.00 m³|
|Citation X||Super Midsize||2001||8||82.00 ft³ / 2.32 m³|
|Citation Sovereign||Super Midsize||2006||8||134.20 ft³ / 3.80 m³|
|Citation Sovereign||Super Midsize||2007||8||134.20 ft³ / 3.80 m³|
|Citation X||Super Midsize||1999||8||82.00 ft³ / 2.32 m³|
|Citation X||Super Midsize||1998||8||82.00 ft³ / 2.32 m³|
|Citation X||Super Midsize||2003||8||82.00 ft³ / 2.32 m³|
|Citation X||Super Midsize||2002||8||82.00 ft³ / 2.32 m³|
|Falcon 2000||Super Midsize||2004||9||130.66 ft³ / 3.70 m³|
|G200||Super Midsize||2002||10||150.00 ft³ / 4.25 m³|
|Gulfstream G200||Super Midsize||2008||9||150.00 ft³ / 4.25 m³|
|Falcon 900DX||Large||2007||16||127.13 ft³ / 3.60 m³|
|Falcon 900EX||Large||1997||17||127.13 ft³ / 3.60 m³|
|Challenger 604||Large||2000||10||115.00 ft³ / 3.26 m³|
|Challenger 604||Large||2001||12||115.00 ft³ / 3.26 m³|
|Challenger 604||Large||2000||12||115.00 ft³ / 3.26 m³|
|Challenger 604||Large||2006||12||115.00 ft³ / 3.26 m³|
|Challenger 604||Large||2006||12||115.00 ft³ / 3.26 m³|
|Pilatus PC-12||Turboprop Aircraft||2008||6||40.00 ft³ / 1.13 m³|
|King Air 200||Turboprop Aircraft||2006||7||54.00 ft³ / 1.53 m³|
|Pilatus PC-12 NG||Turboprop Aircraft||2005||6||34.26 ft³ / 0.97 m³|
Empty Legs To or from The Village of Indian Hill
The Village of Indian Hill Airports within 100 Miles
- Cincinnati-Blue Ash Airport, KISZ, ISZ, Cincinnati, OH, United States
- Lunken Field International Airport, KLUK, LUK, Cincinnati, OH, United States
- Columbus Municipal Airport, KBAK, CLU, Columbus, IN, United States
- Butler Co Regional Airport, KHAO, HAO, Hamilton, OH, United States
- Greater Cincinnati International Airport, KCVG, CVG, Covington, KY, United States
- Hook Field Municipal Airport, KMWO, MWO, Middletown, OH, United States
- Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport, KMGY, MGY, Dayton, OH, United States
- Madison Municipal Airport, KIMS, MDN, Madison, IN, United States
- Brown County Airport, KGEO, GEO, Georgetown, OH, United States
- Miami University Airport, KOXD, OXD, Oxford, OH, United States
The Village of Indian Hill Weather
|Apr 15||Apr 16||Apr 17||Apr 18||Apr 19|
|Precipitation||0.0 mm||0.0 mm||0.6 mm||0.7 mm||0.0 mm|
|Max Temp||10 °C, 49 °F||12 °C, 53 °F||12 °C, 53 °F||13 °C, 56 °F||14 °C, 58 °F|
|Min Temp||4 °C, 39 °F||4 °C, 40 °F||6 °C, 42 °F||7 °C, 45 °F||5 °C, 42 °F|
|Wind Direction||312 ° NW||240 ° WSW||145 ° SE||327 ° NNW||247 ° WSW|
|Wind Speed||23 km/h, 15 m||17 km/h, 10 m||8 km/h, 5 m||14 km/h, 9 m||17 km/h, 10 m|
The Village of Indian Hill City Overview
The Village of Indian Hill, a beautiful 20-square-mile piece of wooded land and winding streams, is located where the Ohio and Little Miami rivers meet, about 14 miles northeast of Cincinnati. Long before there was the Village of Indian Hill, a rural farming community turned wealthy suburb, there was just Indian Hill, the hunting and fishing ground of the Shawnee, Miami and Delaware Indian tribes. Many streets in the city follow the same paths the Indian trails did.
When the settlers came after the Revolutionary War, the Indians were driven out and the area became a farming community. In the early 1900s, wealthy Cincinnatians began buying up the farmhouses to be used as weekend retreats or their “houses in the country.”
The Village of Indian Hill and the greater Cincinnati area is called the crossroads of the U.S. -- where the industrial North meets the rural South and East meets West.
Today, it is the richest city in Ohio and one of the richest cities in the United States. The population of the Village of Indian Hill is about 5,800. The median household income is $216,000 and the median home value is $1 million. Proctor and Gamble are headquartered there.
Keeping its rural feeling and its immense green space has always been important to the residents of the Village of Indian Hills. The town has a Green Areas Program that seeks sponsorships and donations to help maintain the sea of greenery that envelopes the Village and keeps the hill from eroding. In 1926, prominent residents Stanley and Dorothy Snowden founded Indian Hill’s Rowe Arboretum and began collecting trees and shrubs to reforest this ridge that was previously cleared for farming and pasture by early settlers. Since then, tens of thousands of trees have been planted, many donated as seedlings by Ohio’s agricultural department and the U.S. Department of Forestry.
Perhaps the most famous resident of the Village of Indian Hill was the late Marge Schott, the controversial owner of the Cincinnati Reds. Schott, who died in 2004, lived in a 12,000 square foot mansion built in 1929 called Ambleside.