Charter a Private Flight to a Remote Island

If you’re looking for a unique travel destination that is off the beaten path, consider chartering a flight to a remote island. These islands offer an unrivaled level of privacy and seclusion, and with no shortage of stunning landscapes and world-class accommodations, they are perfect for the luxury traveler.

St. Simons Island, Georgia

Charter a flight to St. Simons Island Airport (SSI)

Located near the city of Savannah in Georgia’s coastal islands park system is Sea Island – only accessible by boat or plane. This private island features a mansion with nine bedrooms and eight bathrooms, complete with a library, wine cellar and theater room.

The island’s year-round population typically doubles to more than 50,000 individuals during summer months as visitors arrive for fishing, boating and relaxation on the island.

North Bimini Island, Bahamas

Charter a flight to North Bimini Airport (NSB)

Situated between South Bimini Island and Miami lies North Bimini – a top-rated destination among water sports enthusiasts and those looking to relax. It is located in the district of North Abaco, about 20 miles from Elbow Cay. 

​​Diving and snorkeling are popular activities, as the coral reefs near the island provide an immense opportunity for such activities. With a view of the Atlantic Ocean, North Bimini is also home to the beautiful Alice Town Beach, where you can spend your days under the sun.

The flora of North Bimini consists mainly of mangroves. A forest area located in the extreme north of the island has small palm trees and cacti. Another part is occupied by White Cay, a grassy desert landscape.

One of the main villages in North Bimini is Alice Town. There are few buildings on this flat island because much of the area is occupied by marshes and mangrove forest, making it a truly remote paradise.

In addition, North Bimini has a small lake called Lake Wallace. It is located between Alice Town and Old Bimini Road.

Isla Colón, Costa Rica

Charter a flight to Bocas del Toro Isla Colón José E. Hall International Airport (BOC)

Isla Colón (Costa Rican Spanish for Columbus Island) is an island in the Gulf of Nicoya, Costa Rica.

The island is about four miles long and located about nine miles away from Puntarenas, and 28 miles away from the capital, San José. There are two picturesque beaches on Isla Colón: Playa Blanca (White Beach) and Playa Bonita (Pretty Beach). The island has 22 trails for walking, jogging or cycling, including trails that lead straight to the beautiful beaches. 

There are two main areas on the island: Puerto Moín and Puerto Vargas. Puerto Moín has a large commercial area where you can buy groceries, souvenirs, or rent sports equipment for camping on the island if you want a true outdoorsy experience. Puerto Vargas is located in the northern end of the island, where visitors can enjoy some delicious local cuisine.

Aitutaki, Cook Islands

Charter a flight to Aitutaki Airport (AIT)

Postcard perfect Aitutaki is a coral atoll in the Pacific Ocean belonging to the island nation of the Cook Islands. A private paradise in its own right, Aitutaki Island connects to Manuae Island, which serves as the perfect dock. This is a wonderful destination for sailing, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, and more.

From the air, Aitutaki’s ring-shaped atoll looks like a giant green tear drying in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean. This tiny island is home to just over 2,000 people and offers miles of white sand beaches, vibrant reef colors, coconut palms swaying in the breeze and some of the clearest blue water on the planet.

With its wild beaches, soaring coconut trees and dreamy lagoon, it’s arguably even prettier than Rarotonga, the largest of the Cook Islands. There is also a thriving artist community, and local musicians are often spotted jamming into the night.


Charter a flight to Nauru International Airport (INU)

Nauru is the world’s smallest island nation, lying just south of the Marshall Islands in Micronesia in the Pacific Ocean. It is only 39 square miles big and is home to less than 1,000 people.

Nauru was one of three great phosphate rocks that emerged from the Pacific Ocean in the Cretaceous era—the others were Banaba (Ocean Island), now part of Kiribati; and Makatea, now part of French Polynesia. The landscape of the island varies from narrow coastal plains to low-lying hills with their coral deposits and volcanic outcrops. Another interesting fact: Nauru is also one of the least elevated countries on Earth.

Nauru’s climate is hot and very humid because of its proximity to the equator, with some seasonal variation, making it a balmy tropical destination year-round. It’s the perfect escape from winter!

The main airport is in Yaren, where it receives one flight a week from Fiji. With commercial flights being so extremely limited, it is best to charter your private flight to Nauru International Airport.

Charter a flight with Luxury Aircraft Solutions

If you’re looking for a unique and beautiful destination for your next vacation, we hope this article offered some inspiration. These ideas are just a few of many possibilities, so if you want to explore other options, we’re always standing by and ready to help. Contact Luxury Aircraft Solutions today to learn more about chartering a private flight to a remote island, and be sure to ask us about our Jet Membership program.

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