Mercury Jets is an on-demand air charter provider specializing in private jet and turboprop charters in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. Our team is composed of industry-leading professionals dedicated to providing our customers with the ultimate air charter experience. We are committed to safety, reliability, and white glove customer service. To obtain a charter quote tailored to your specific needs, please fill in the request form or call our agents 24/7 at +1-212-840-8000.
About Ashgabat and Places to Visit
Mercury Jets provides private jet charter flights to and from Ashgabat.
In the southwestern part of Turkmenistan is the capital and, at the same time, the country’s largest city, Ashgabat, with a population of almost 1 million people. This is the state’s administrative, political, scientific, and cultural center in the foothills of the Kopetdag Range. In the vicinity of the city, there are many unique objects of the past, ruins of ancient settlement Nisa included in the List of World Heritage of UNESCO, or village Turkmenbashi Kipchak.
One of the capital’s main attractions is the Arch of Neutrality, in the center of Ashgabat, which is considered the tallest structure in the whole country. Not far from here, there is the Carpet Museum, which tells about the history of carpet weaving, traditions, and methods of weaving carpets. History lovers should also visit the National Museum of History and Ethnography with a luxurious collection of the most ancient exhibits from the excavations in the area of Old Nisa. Among architectural constructions in Ashgabat, the palaces of Turkmenbashi and Ruhiyet, Independence Park with sculptures of great personalities of the Turkmen people are prominent. There are many exciting entertainments, excursions to historical places, natural zones, entertaining centers, and picturesque parks to any taste in the capital.
For private charters to and from Ashgabat, Ashgabat International Airport (ASB, UTAA) is excellent. It is one of the five international airports in Turkmenistan, near the center of Ashgabat, which receives about 1.3 million passengers a year.