PRIVATE JET SAN FRANCISCO
With a network of over 7,000 aircraft, you can be assured that you will always have the safest, most appropriate aircraft for your itinerary, ready in as little as four hours’ notice, and at the best available pricing.
Half Moon Bay (HAF) Airport is located near the Pacific coastline just south of San Francisco and a popular airport destination, as is Metropolitan Oakland International (OAK), which is the same distance from downtown as San Francisco International (SFO), though drive time is longer due to travel to go around the Bay. We often direct our clients to use Howard Executive (HWD) as well, a great option for private jet charters due to its size and level of traffic.
So leave the long security lines, cramped cabins and noisy passengers of commercial travel behind, and fly private jet San Francisco with Priority One Jets. We offer our clients the highest possible levels of convenience, flexibility and luxurious comfort in the jet charter industry. When flying private jet charter to or from San Francisco, Priority One Jets only uses FAA part 135 operators, who have aircraft and flight crew that meet the highest standards. Every charter we arrange s is ARG/US or Wyvern-compliant, companies which represent the highest standards in the jet charter industry.
One of the most popular travel destinations in the country, San Francisco attracted more than 16 million visitors in 2011, injecting $8.5 billion into the economy. Figures like these make it easy to understand why tourism is the backbone of the city’s economy, and why private jet San Francisco is so common. The city attracts the fifth-highest number of foreign tourists of any city in the U.S. and claims Pier 39 near Fisherman’s Wharf as the third-most popular tourist attraction in the nation. With a large hotel infrastructure and world-class convention facilities, San Francisco is also among the top-ten North American destinations for conventions and conferences.
When it comes to business, San Francisco truly shines. The city became the principal banking and finance center of the West Coast in the early twentieth century. Many large financial institutions, multinational banks and venture capital firms are based in or have regional headquarters in the city, which ranks eighteenth in the world’s list of cities by GDP. The city is home to 30 international financial institutions, seven Fortune 500 companies, and has a large support infrastructure of professional services including law, accounting, public relations, architecture and design.
San Francisco’s economy has also increasingly become tied to San Jose and Silicon Valley since the 1990s, its Bay Area neighbors to the south. The city was an epicenter of the Dot-Com bubble of the 1990s, and the subsequent Web 2.0 boom of the late 2000s. Many popular and prominent Internet companies such as Craigslist, Twitter, Salesforce.com, Zynga and Wikimedia among many others have established their headquarters in San Francisco. The city has also been positioning itself as a biotechnology and biomedical hub and research center since the 1990s.
San Francisco may be brimming with business opportunities, but there is much for the jet charter consumer traveling for pleasure as well. San Francisco War Memorial and Performing Arts Center hosts some of the most enduring performing-arts companies in the U.S. – the San Francisco Opera, the second-largest opera company in North America, and the world renowned San Francisco Ballet. The famous San Francisco Symphony calls Davies Symphony Hall home. The American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) and many vintage venues in the Theater District including the Curran, Golden Gate, and Orpheum Theatres have had major cultural impact within the city. The Fillmore is the second incarnation of the iconic music venue where the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin and Jefferson Airplane first performed on stage.
When you fly to San Francisco, be ready for many other cultural highlights, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), which houses 20th century and contemporary works of art, Asian Art Museum, Palace of the Legion of Honor, Palace of Fine Arts, de Young Museum, and the California Academy of Sciences, which also features Morrison Planetarium and Steinhart Aquarium. Seeing the living roof at the California Academy of Sciences, a fine example of sustainable architecture which opened in 2008, is a must for many tourists.
Chartering a private jet to and from San Francisco is one of the most common routes for Priority One Jets. Sports fans can see the San Francisco 49ers of the NFL, or the San Francisco Giants in Major League Baseball, along with a host of collegiate teams and other world-class sporting events such as regular visits from the PGA Tour and the upcoming America’s Cup yacht racing competition in 2013. With a beautiful climate tailor-made for outdoor activities, the city has ample resources and opportunities in all types of sports and recreation. Hiking in Big Basin Redwoods State Park, California’s oldest state park, is on the must-see list of many outdoor adventurers. For those who prefer to stay indoors, the city offers some of the finest boutique hotels, spas, restaurants and high-end shopping that you will find anywhere.
Priority One Jets specializes in arranging private jet charter to and from San Francisco and all other destinations, both domestic and international. And don’t forget to keep an eye on our private jet one way specials to and from the Bay area. Call us at 888-671-5387 before your next trip, and allow us to provide you with a quote for a private jet San Francisco, help in selecting the perfect aircraft for your itinerary, and allow you to experience the Priority One Jets difference. Our jet charter experts are available to you 24/7 to provide assistance, and they can arrange your next flight with as little as four hours’ notice. We look forward to earning your business starting with your next trip!