Farmingdale To Palm Beach Private Jet Charters

Private Jet Charters to/from Palm Beach (PBI) to Farmingdale (FRG)

About Republic Airport (FRG)

Built in 1928, Republic Airport is located in Farmingdale New York approximately 40 miles from Manhattan. Republic is referred to as Long Islands Executive Airport. It is a general aviation airport which means it does not accommodate commercial flights, only recreational and business.

There are two hotels on the 526 acre premises as well as two fixed based operators and a two- story terminal building. This terminal building is meant to accommodate passengers waiting to board charter flights to Atlantic City and other short distance destinations. Just four miles from the airport is the Bethpage State Park Golf Course. The park is home to five 18-hole golf courses including the world-renowned Black Course which was the site of the 2002 and 2009 United States Open. In addition, Republic is just 10 miles from Huntington Village which is home to dozens of gourmet restaurants, upscale bars and shopping centers.

About Palm Beach International Airport (PBI)

Palm Beach International Airport is located in West Palm Beach, Fl. It has three runways and covers over 2000 acres. Palm Beach has some of the most beautiful beaches in the United States along with hundreds of other attractions. Palm Beach is located on a 16 mile long barrier island. New York to Palm Beach is one of the most popular private jet charter routes in the United States with one in five visitors to Palm Beach from New York. Escape the stress, missed connections and the TSA by chartering a private jet to Palm Beach, FL. Get an instant private jet charter quote by filling out the form on this page.

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Address: 7150 Republic Airport, Farmingdale, NY 11735

Code: FRG

Elevation: 82′