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Private Jet Charter Telluride to New York
Mercury Jets provides on-demand private jet charters from Telluride to New York. New York City is one of the most popular destinations for private jet charterers.
Charter a private jet Telluride to/from New York
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Filling the senses, the city is a metropolis for art, culture, and history. Electrified with the sights and sounds of life in motion, the most famous city of the Empire State welcomes more than 62 million visitors each year.
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Three Unique Experiences in New York
The Explorers Club Headquarters
The Explorers Club was founded in 1904 by seven leading polar explorers to help foster the scientific exploration of land, sea, air, and space by supporting research and education in the physical, natural, and biological sciences.
The Club’s headquarters is a 1910 Jacobean revival mansion called the Lowell Thomas building. Originally built for Stephen Clark, grandson of the co-founder of the Singer Sewing Machine Company, it was named after the famed writer who brought Lawrence of Arabia to fame. Here you can see artifacts from a century of explorations to the far corners of the globe, including polar expeditions. The Explorer Club hosts talks with explorers from September through June.
The Met Cloisters
Overlooking the Hudson River, The Met Cloisters is a branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art opened to the public in 1938 in Manhattan’s Fort Tryon Park. According to the museum, its name is inspired by the portions of the five medieval cloisters incorporated into the modern structure of the museum. Rather than reproducing a specific type of building or medieval setting, The Met Cloisters was designed to evoke late Middle Ages architecture, creating an integrated and harmonious context in which visitors can experience the rich tradition of medieval artistic production, including works in metal, painting, sculpture, and fabric.
Statue of Liberty’s Original Torch
Envisioned in 1874 by French sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, the famous Statue of Liberty was dedicated in 1886 as a gift from France. The Statue of Liberty was a symbol of democratic government and Enlightenment ideals. It became a symbol of freedom for millions of immigrants and tourists that have traveled to New York City. Lady Liberty’s torch symbolizes “Liberty Enlightening the World.” After nearly a century of weathering on the National Monument, her original torch was replaced in 1986 with a copper flame covered in 24k gold. Fortunately, the original torch was preserved and is on display at the Statue of Liberty Museum.
What Airport Should I Use for a Private Charter from Telluride to New York?
Teterboro, New Jersey Airport (TEB) is 14 miles from Manhattan.
Westchester County Airport (HPN) is 37 miles from New York and three miles northeast of downtown White Plains.
John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is the primary international airport serving New York City.
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is in New Jersey, 9 miles from Manhattan.
LaGuardia Airport (LGA) is in the northern part of the New York City borough of Queens.
Airport Distances and Flight Times from Telluride to New York
Private Jet from Telluride (MTJ) to New York
Distances and flight times shown in the charts above should be considered as estimates only. One (1) nautical mile is equal to 1.1508 statute miles.
What Type of Aircraft Should I Use for a Private Charter Flight from Telluride to New York?
Super Midsize jets, including the Citation X+, Gulfstream G280, and the Hawker 1000, provide a comfortable private flight experience. A spacious cabin allows passengers plenty of space to easily move about the cabin, work, or relax during the flight.
The Citation X+ features a stand-up cabin, luggage space, and ample legroom. The jet can fly at a maximum speed of 700 miles per hour, faster than any other business jet. This jet satisfies the most seasoned private jet charter clients with its perfect mix of speed, utility, and comfort.
The Gulfstream G280 features include a range of 3,600 nautical miles and a cabin pressurized to a lower, more easily breathable altitude so passengers stay rested and focused during their time in flight. The G280’s door has a 6-foot clearance, and the cabin height is 6’ 3”. The comfortable cabin also features 19 of Gulfstream’s signature large oval windows.
The Hawker 1000 is selected for its spacious cabin and extended range capabilities. This jet has a fully accessible baggage compartment behind the lavatory, which in turn doubles the available baggage space from the previous model. It also features a range of more than 3,000 nautical miles, allowing for nonstop flights to many destinations.
Super midsize jets typically include a full galley, catering, and flight attendant service.
Midsize jets include the Hawker 850XP, Citation XLS+, and the Learjet 60XR.
The Hawker 850XP features digital entertainment, a galley, and Wi-Fi for in-flight entertainment. The jet has a fast climb rate, a range of 2,642 nautical miles, and a baggage capacity of 49 cubic feet.
The Citation XLS+ has one of the shortest takeoff capabilities of any jet in the midsize class and can climb to cruise altitude in under 15 minutes. Carrying up to nine passengers comfortably, the XLS+ has a baggage capacity of 79 cubic feet.
Private jet clients select the Learjet 60XR for its combination of the best technology and comfort. This powerful jet can climb at 6,000 feet per minute and has a maximum cruise speed of 513 mph. The 60XR has a range of 2,691 miles and a baggage capacity of 48 cubic feet.
Midsize jets typically seat up to 9 passengers and include catering and flight attendant service.
Light jet options include for private jet charters include the Cessna Citation CJ4, Embraer 300E, and the Learjet 75. Light jets offer a cost-effective charter option configured for speed and efficiency.
A serious contender in the light jet class, the Citation CJ4 is a triple threat with simplicity, economy, and performance. The seating has deep-cushioned, oversized leather seats. The jet’s full-length dropped aisle gives the cabin a roomier feel. Passengers enjoy Cessna’s proprietary Venue HD integrated cabin management system includes high-definition digital video and audio options.
Embraer’s popular Phenom 300E builds on the design of its highly successful Phenom 300, featuring a cabin that has room for up to ten passengers, oversized windows for plenty of natural light, and one of the largest baggage compartments in its class.
The Learjet 75 is configured for speed, utility, and comfort with a top speed of Mach 0.80 and a range of 2,040 miles. A state-of-the-art cabin entertainment management system includes six personal touch-screen monitors that can be stowed or deployed as needed. The Learjet 75 has a baggage capacity of 50 cubic feet.
Light jets can seat up to 10 passengers and typically include digital entertainment, a galley, and Wi-Fi for in-flight entertainment.
In conclusion, from the awe-inspiring feeling of freedom standing before the Statue of Liberty, the dazzling marquis lights of Broadway and the stories told by the intriguing artifacts art the Explorers Club, centuries-old art at The Met Cloisters, and Lady Liberty’s original torch at the Statue of Liberty Museum, your trip to New York will be filled with the sights and sounds of life in motion and the quieter pace of museums and the green meadows of Central Park.