Mercury Jets is an on-demand air charter provider specializing in private jet and turboprop charters in Makassar, Indonesia. 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 Makassar and Places to Visit
Mercury Jets provides private jet charter flights to and from Makassar.
Makassar is a large city located on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. It is also a major port with regular flights to different parts of the world. Thanks to its tropical climate, it is suitable for recreation at any time of the year and attracts many tourists.
Makassar doesn`t have many attractions, but it has a unique meta, a must for travelers with experience. The Somba Opu Shopping Center is not one building, but an entire street in the Indonesian city of Makassar set aside for various stores, shopping areas, and spontaneous street markets. Somba Opu is very popular among tourists and locals alike because tourists can buy almost anything here.
This shopping street is located near the center of Makassar, closer to the coast. Visitors are most attracted by low prices for gold and silver jewelry and a wide range of souvenirs, which are in great demand. Each store offers its goods, capable of meeting the most diverse demand.
Fort Rotterdam is a cultural and historical monument and is one of the most popular attractions on the island. The fort has a complex history and is related to almost every historical event that has taken place on the island. It is a great place for lovers of cultural leisure and all fans of ancient buildings and medieval military architecture.
Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport (UPG/ WAAA) is located 12 miles from the center of Makassar. It has a wide range of business travelers and ordinary tourists on private charter flights to and from Indonesia.