Indy 500

The “Greatest Spectacle in Racing” and premier event of the 2022 IMS IndyCar Series will be here in no time. The 106th Annual Indy 500 is scheduled to run at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, May 29, 2022.

Private Jet Indy 500

Along with the main event, fans of IndyCar racing can enjoy fun-filled activities leading up to Sunday’s big race. May 17th is opening day for practice runs, as well as the Annual Celebration of Automobiles. This celebration brings car enthusiasts together to honor the Speedway’s contribution to automobile development over the last century. Jet charter travelers arriving early can also experience practice races from May 17 through May 20. And private charter travelers to the Indy 500 won’t want to miss the speedway’s Hall of Fame Museum, where you can see rows upon rows of old race cars, bits of history, pictures and other memorabilia.

PRIVATE JET INDY 500

Priority One Jets provides convenient and luxurious flights via private jet charter to the Indy 500, landing you directly into the city at Indianapolis International Airport (IND). With access to a worldwide network of over 7,000 jet aircraft, we have the perfect plane to meet your precise travel requirements, from very affordable light and mid-sized jet options all the way up to heavy jets and business airliners for the largest corporate traveling parties. And we find the right planes that are in the best position to complete your trip, keeping your costs lower. We do the legwork; you enjoy the cost savings with Priority One Jets.

Ensuring the most comfortable, convenient and safe flight experience possible for our clients is our primary goal at Priority One Jets, whether traveling via private jet Indy 500 or some other major championship, event, vacation or business trip. We also specialize in arranging large Group Jet Charters to Indianapolis, as well as all other destinations throughout the world. Give us a call at 888-671-5387 and speak to one of our experienced on demand air charter agents, available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week — who can arrange your next flight with as little as four hours’ notice.