Private Jet to Salt Lake City
About Salt Lake City
What to Do in Salt Lake City
Visiting in the summer months means enjoying a plethora of outdoor activities, with hot days and mild evenings. The Utah Arts Festival in June includes an outdoor art show and live performances in downtown’s Library Square. Utah is well-known for its natural beauty, and opportunities to hike or meander through natural parks abound. The Red Butte Garden is especially popular, open year-round with seasonal events, classes, and concerts. Utah’s Natural History Museum is located here in Salt Lake City, offering over 5,000 artifacts on display and engaging exhibits for all ages that reach back into prehistoric history to tell Utah’s story. Don’t forget about the Great Salt Lake, of course, with plenty of fantastic fishing and boating!
During the colder months (generally December – March), the annual Christmas concert from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir can’t be missed, and the skiing in nearby Park City is world renowned. There is outdoor ice skating in Gallivan Center, and a Festival of Lights each year at Christmastime on Temple Square. The light show in the Temple Square is one reason why it is the most visited spot in all of Utah and is surely a sight not to be missed.
Salt Lake City also has a thriving art and performing arts culture, with plenty to enjoy throughout the year. Annual arts events include the Outdoor Garden Concert Festival in the Red Butte Garden, the Twilight Concert Series; on the Fourth of July each year the Sugar House Merchants Association hosts an Arts Festival with over 120 artists and craftsmen, followed by an evening full of live music and fireworks.
Salt Lake City is also a great place to visit for sports fans, featuring the NBA team, Utah Jazz, and the Triple-A baseball team, Salt Lake Bees. Just 28 miles east of Salt Lake City, you can visit the Olympic Park, where the 2002 Winter Olympics were hosted. The center continues to function as a training facility for athletes, and also houses two museums outlining Utah’s ski history, as well as showcasing Olympic memorabilia. Snap a photo in front of an Olympic torch before heading back to Salt Lake City for an unforgettable meal at a fine dining spot like Table X, Pago, or Stanza.
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If you are hoping to stay right within the downtown area, the five-star Grand America Hotel is within a 20-minute walking distance of the Capitol Building, Clark Planetarium, and Temple Square. The hotel is an opulent, European-style hotel, with elegant dining, spa, indoor/outdoor pools, and each room features handcrafted furniture and rich fabrics.
For a spectacular stay at a boutique hotel, choose the Monaco hotel, also in downtown Salt Lake City. The rooms offer modern comfort and unique character, while hotel amenities include two unique on-site dining experiences. Contemporary elegance and location make this a great choice.
Just a short 23-mile drive from Salt Lake City, Park City offers luxurious resorts full of stylish amenities and extravagant views. Park City is a desirable place to visit while in Utah both in the winter months and summertime. Familiar names such as Waldorf Astoria, Montage, and St. Regis ensure your expectations for quality and service will be met while you pursue new adventures.
Interested in taking a private jet to Salt Lake City? Latitude 33 Aviation’s concierge team will gladly help arrange your trip itinerary.
- 2020 Pilatus PC-12 NGX: 8 Passengers
- 2016 Cessna Citation Sovereign+: 9 Passengers
- 2011 Bombardier Challenger 605: 9 Passengers
- 2011 Embraer Phenom 300: 7 Passengers
- 2007 Cessna Citation CJ3: 6 Passengers
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC): The International Terminal is used by chartered flights and is conveniently five miles northwest of downtown Salt Lake City.
Ogden-Hinckley Airport (OGD): This is a public airport, a popular choice for private planes, located approximately 35 miles north of Salt Lake City.
Provo Airport (PVU): Offering services to both commercial and private planes, this airport is 45 miles south of Salt Lake City.
South Valley Regional Airport (U42): Located 17 miles slightly southwest of Salt Lake City, this airport supports business-related flying, law enforcement flying services, and private charters.
Heber Valley Airport (HCR): This airport is about 47 miles southeast of Salt Lake City, and is a full-service fixed-base operator. This airport is a short 20 minute drive to Park City, Deer Valley, and the Sundance resort.
With incredible scenery, lovely, seasonal weather, and activities to delight visitors year-round, Salt Lake City is a truly wonderful destination for a three-day weekend escape, or a longer vacation. There is certainly more to do and see than can be squeezed into one visit alone. As leaders in the private jet industry, Latitude 33 Aviation provides the ultimate in private aviation services. Let us help you get there with our unparalleled fleet of luxury private jets and personalized services. With some of the best-trained and most experienced professionals in the aviation industry, we are highly qualified to safely and professionally fly our clients anywhere in the world. In addition to the exclusive private charter flights to Salt Lake City, Latitude 33 Aviation offers several services such as one-way flights, empty legs, ordering in-flight catering, scheduling ground transportation, and more.