Private Jet Charter Philadelphia to Miami

Private Jet Philadelphia to Miami

Mercury Jets provides an on-demand private jet charter from Philadelphia to Miami.

Want to experience true luxury and comfort while traveling from Philadelphia to Miami? Then why not choose a private jet to make the most of every minute of your flight. Forget about check-in lines, lounge seating, and flight delays. Instead, you can enjoy relaxing in comfortable seats, high-quality entertainment, and delicious food with hot coffee.

Charter a Private Jet Philadelphia to Miami


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Embark on an unforgettable journey to Miami, where you can bask in the warm sunshine, revel in endless beaches, and immerse yourself in the crystal-clear ocean water. Indulge in some of the world’s finest beaches, where you can swim in the ocean, recline on the white sand, and bask in the tropical ambiance of palm trees and exotic plants. Miami is also renowned for its cultural and artistic offerings, with museums, galleries, and exhibitions featuring masterpieces of modern and classical art. In addition, Miami is known for its unforgettable nightlife, where you can enjoy entertainment, cocktails, and dancing until the morning. Enjoy your vacation in Miami, where vivid impressions and unforgettable emotions await you! Enjoy luxury travel with Mercury Jets!

Contact us today to book your private jet to Miami from Philadelphia. Our Mercury Jets team of knowledgeable professionals is available to help you choose the perfect private jet to meet your specific requirements, as well as to take care of any other travel arrangements you may need. Experience the ultimate in luxury and convenience when traveling from Philadelphia to Miami with Mercury Jets.

How Much Does a Private Jet Cost from Philadelphia to Miami?

The estimated cost of a private jet from Philadelphia to Miami (one-way) is as follows:

  1. Turboprops $15,240;
  2. Light jet $15,930;
  3. Midsize jet $18,980.

Airports for Private Jet Charter Flight from Philadelphia to Miami

When booking a private jet charter from Philadelphia to Miami, the city is served by these airports:

  • Miami International Airport (KMIA);
  • Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (KFLL);
  • Miami Executive Airport (KTMB).

Here are three popular airports that serve Philadelphia:

  • Philadelphia International Airport (KPHL);
  • Northeast Philadelphia Airport (KPNE);
  • Wings Field (KLOM).

Mercury Jets provides a customized private jet charter service from Philadelphia to Miami, allowing you to choose the airports that best fit your needs and preferences. Our dedicated Mercury Jets manager is available to assist you in selecting the most convenient and suitable airports for your trip, supported by our team of experienced professionals. Contact us today to learn more about our personalized private jet charter service.

Popular Private Jets for Charter Flights from Philadelphia to Miami

Private charter flights from Philadelphia to Miami typically utilize turboprops, light, and midsize jets.


Turboprop aircraft are aircraft that are powered by a turboprop engine. This means that the engine uses turbines to create power, which provides extreme speed and fuel efficiency.

The Cessna 208B Grand Caravan is one of the most popular turboprop aircraft in the world, seating 9 to 14 passengers. It is reliable and easy to use, has a good range, and can land on a short runway, making it ideal for small airfields and remote regions.

The Pilatus PC-12/47 is another popular turboprop that can seat up to 9 passengers and has a range of over 1,600 miles. This aircraft has a nice comfortable cabin with ample passenger seating and plenty of room for luggage. It also has high durability and the ability to fly in a variety of conditions, making it ideal for short flights and remote regions.

The TBM 850 is a turboprop aircraft manufactured by the French company Daher-Socata that can accommodate up to 6 passengers and has a range of over 1,500 miles. It has high speed and fuel efficiency, making it ideal for business travel and personal leisure trips.

Light Jets

Light aircraft are often used for short flights or to carry fewer passengers. Here are some of the most popular light aircraft to fly from Philadelphia to Miami:

The Nextant 400XTi is a modernized Beechjet 400A/XP aircraft with Williams FJ44-3AP engines that increase performance and fuel economy. The aircraft can carry up to 7 passengers.

The HondaJet is a Japanese-made light aircraft. This light jet can carry up to 6 passengers, has a range of up to 1,223 miles, and has a maximum speed of 422 knots.

The Citation CJ1 is a popular aircraft manufactured by Cessna. The aircraft can carry up to 6 passengers, has a range of up to 1,315 miles, and has a maximum speed of 380 knots. This aircraft has a small cabin but can be configured for passenger comfort.

Midsize Jets

Midsize jets such as the Learjet 60, Learjet 60XR, and Hawker 800A are popular choices for corporate and personal flights from Philadelphia to Miami.

The Learjet 60 is a midsize business jet with a longer wingspan and more powerful engines that can carry up to 8 passengers up to 2,700 miles at speeds of over 500 miles per hour. It has improved avionics and a comfortable cockpit with comfortable seats.

The Learjet 60XR is an advanced version of the Learjet 60 with improved avionics and a more comfortable cabin with comfortable seats. It can carry up to 8 passengers over distances of up to 2,700 miles at speeds of over 500 miles per hour. It has an increased wingspan and more powerful engines, which provides more efficient flight.

The Hawker 800A is also a very popular midsize aircraft that can carry up to 8 passengers for distances of up to 2,700 miles at speeds of over 500 miles per hour. It has a spacious cockpit with comfortable seats and folding armrests, as well as an advanced avionics system for a safe and comfortable flight.

Private Jet Charter Flight Time from Philadelphia to Miami

The duration of a private jet flight from Philadelphia to Miami may fluctuate due to factors such as aircraft model, weather patterns, and air congestion.

Here are some estimated flight times for private jets:

Turbo Props Light Jets Midsize Jets
5 hr 20 min 2 hr 45 min 2 hr 35 min