Private Jet Charter Green Bay to Indianapolis

Private Jet Charter Green Bay to Indianapolis

Mercury Jets provides on-demand private air charters from Green Bay to Indianapolis. This private air charter route is popular with business executives with convenient access to the business centers of Indianapolis through several small airports located near the city.

Families who fly from Green Bay to Indiana’s capital city enjoy points of interest including the Indianapolis Botanical Garden and Zoo Indianapolis. The city is famous for the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race, an automobile race that has been held annually for more than a century at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The event is held over Memorial Day weekend and draws hundreds of thousands of spectators from all over the world.

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When booking your private air charter service from Green Bay (GRB) to Indianapolis, four primary airports serve the Indianapolis area:

Indianapolis International Airport (IND) is located seven miles southwest of the central business district of Indianapolis.

Eagle Creek Aviation (EYE) is a public use airport located only seven nautical miles west of the central business district of Indianapolis.

Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport (UMP) is a public airport only eight miles northeast of downtown Indianapolis.

Indianapolis Regional Airport (MQJ) is a public use airport in Hancock County, Indiana, 12 nautical miles east of the central business district of Indianapolis.

Private Jet Charter Route from Green Bay (GRB) to Indianapolis

Destination Airport Airport Code Distance (Nautical Miles) Miles Estimated Flight Time
Super Midsize Midsize Light
Indianapolis International

Airport

IND 298 343 1 hr

33 min

1 hr

15 min

1 hr

15 min

Eagle Creek Aviation EYE 291 335 1 hr

31 min

1 hr

14 min

1 hr

14 min

Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport UMP 288 332 1 hr

31 min

1 hr

13 min

1 hr

13 min

Indianapolis Regional Airport MQJ 296 340 1 hr

30 min

1 hr

14 min

1 hr

14 min

Private Jet Charter Route from Green Bay (ATW) to Indianapolis

Destination Airport Airport Code Distance (Nautical Miles) Miles Estimated Flight Time
Super Midsize Midsize Light
Indianapolis International Airport IND 290 333 1 hr

30 min

1 hr

13 min

1 hr

13 min

Eagle Creek Aviation EYE 284 326 1 hr

28 min

1 hr

12 min

1 hr

12 min

Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport UMP 282 324 1 hr

27 min

1 hr

11 min

1 hr

11 min

Indianapolis Regional Airport MQJ 289 333 1 hr

29 min

1 hr

12 min

1 hr

12 min

Private Charter Jet Options for a Green Bay to Indianapolis Route

From Green Bay to Indianapolis, flights typically operate using super midsize, midsize or light jets:

Super Midsize jet options for private charters from Green Bay to Indianapolis include the Citation X, Bombardier Challenger 350 and the Dassault Falcon 50EX, among others. Super midsize jets transport a maximum of 12 passengers and feature a stand-up cabin, luggage space and ample legroom.

Private jet charter clients flying from Green Bay to Indianapolis select the Cessna Citation X for its speed. With a top speed of 700 miles per hour, the Citation X covers the route from Green Bay to Indianapolis faster than any other business jet.

The Bombardier Challenger 350’s design aesthetics provide comfortable luxury while its engines pack a powerful punch, providing a fast climb time and a smooth ride to Indianapolis.

The Dassault Falcon 50EX cabin offers ultra-comfortable seating for up to nine people. The cabin arrangement has four Captain’s chairs in a club seating arrangement with two Captain’s chairs in a separate area with a three-seat divan.

Super Midsize jets include a full galley, catering, flight attendant service and Wi-Fi for in-flight entertainment.

Midsize jet options for private jet charters from Green Bay to Indianapolis include the Hawker 850XP, Cessna Citation XLS+

The Hawker 850XP can fly passengers up to 2,642 nautical miles at a maximum altitude of 41,000 feet. The jet is the ultimate combination of performance and utility.

Clients continually request the Citation series. The Citation XLS+ can take off in 3,560 feet. This takeoff performance is among the shortest takeoff distances in the midsize class.

Midsize jets typically include digital entertainment, a galley, and Wi-Fi for in-flight entertainment.

Light jets offer private jet charter clients with a cost-effective charter option that combines speed, efficiency and comfort. Popular light jet choices include the Citation CJ4, the Beechcraft Premier 1A and the Phenom 100.

The Citation CJ4 is frequently selected for charters for its cabin amenities. The CJ4’s cabin is configured with six deep cushioned, oversized leather seats which can articulate in three directions and fully recline.

The Beechcraft Premier 1A can transport up to six passengers in one of the largest cabins in its class, with plenty of cabin space to move about comfortably. The Premier 1A’s seating is designed to help passengers remain well-rested for their arrival in Indianapolis.

The Phenom 100 delivers an efficient performance enjoyed by Mercury Jet’s charter clients who enjoy flying from Green Bay to Indianapolis. The Phenom 100’s ability to take off from shorter runways makes this jet an excellent option for passengers who choose to utilize any of the regional airports that surround Indianapolis.

Light jets typically include digital entertainment, a galley, and Wi-Fi for in-flight entertainment.

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Flights from to Green Bay to Indianapolis typically fly non-stop without interruptions. Mercury Jets’ on-demand white glove charter coordinators can assist you in selecting your preferred jet. To book a flight, call +1 212-840-8000 for our charter department. Mercury Jets offers an instant quote request. Submit your request here to price out your flight immediately.

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