“Second to none”
Boise is the capital city of Idaho. It takes its name from the French word for ‘wooded’, due to the beautiful tree-lined Boise River which snakes its way through the heart of downtown.
Sitting at the edge of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, this vibrant city feels like a miniature version of Seattle or Portland. It’s got all of the quirky personality traits of these bigger Pacific Northwest cities, but with a more down to earth, small-town vibe.
Enjoy all that Boise has to offer and travel in luxury with BitLux private jet charters. Our luxury air charter services to and from Boise let you kick back and enjoy the experience while we cater to your every need, all with a smile on our faces.
Gold was discovered here in 1862, and by the summer of 1863, a small mining community had formed and the construction of Fort Boise was completed. Boise officially became a city the following year and steadily grew as the gold rush surged across Idaho. Today, it’s a thriving community of over 227,000 people.
It doesn’t matter if you are flying for business or for pleasure, our goal is to make your travels to and from Boise as pleasant as possible.
By renting a private jet with BitLux you will be able to travel to and from Boise without the hassles of a commercial flight. In other words, you won’t have to worry about standing in line for hours on end.
There are many airports conveniently located within Boise. This means you will have the flexibility to fly in on any size jet you choose.
Depending on how far you are looking to travel, you will need to charter a jet which suits your specifications. For short trips of around 1500 miles, you should look at small cabin/light jets. These typically hold up to 7 people with luggage allocations. If you are looking to charter a private jet from Boise to Fort Lauderdale, or jet from Boise to Chicago, then a light jet may be your best option. Some of the Light jets available for Boise charter are the Hawker 400XP, Citation CJ3, and Citation Ultra.
For longer flights, a midsize cabin is required. These jets in Boise are more comfortable than a small jet and can fly between many U.S states nonstop, with a passenger capacity of 8. Midsizes, like the Hawker 800XP, Citation Excel, or Learjet 60, are great for a fair distance and comfortable on jet charters that are 2 hours or more – such as, Boise to Denver or Houston to Boise.
For longer domestic trips or intercontinental air charter, such as Boise to Los Angeles, or even Seattle to Boise. we suggest super midsize jet, such as the Challenger 300 or Hawker 1000. These are designed for longer domestic flights and even light transatlantic travel, with a typical passenger capacity of 9 people.
Lastly, if you are looking to a private jet charter from Boise to Shanghai, or other International destinations, then a Heavy cabin jet or Ultra Long Range is required. These heavy cabin and ultra-long range jets are the pinnacle of luxury in private travel. With a passenger capacity of 16, these heavy jets can get you from one place to another in style, perfect for transoceanic travel.
If you are a traveling in a large group for business, then it is advised that you look towards the large cabin or heavy cabin jets. Some examples of Heavy and Ultra Long Range charter jets are the Falcon 2000, Gulfstream G550, Falcon 7x, and Challenger 604/605.
We fly all around the world from Boise
BitLux is the number one choice for private air charter to Boise.
Here are just a few of the reasons our customers choose to fly with us over other private jet services and commercial airliners:
Private airports to land and depart
Whether for business or pleasure, BitLux will make sure your trip is one to remember for all the right reasons. With direct jet flights to the “City of Trees,” you can relax and prepare to explore all the city has to offer.
Boise Airport (BOI, KBOI) – Located an estimated 3 miles South of downtown, this airport is also known as “Gowen Field” or “Boise Air Terminal”. The airport features both private flights and corporate flights available from five (5) local fixed-base operators (FBOs).
Some of the aircraft that we have available for air charter service in the region are:
Most of our trips from the area are on Midsize Jets, such as the Citation XLS or Learjet 60.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us for a free consultation on what will be best suited for your needs.
We accept many payment methods
Our air charter service to and from Boise and Idaho give you full control over the way you fly. You can customize everything from the catering, amenities to the aircraft model to create perfect travel experience.
We offer an elite service and make the customer experience and safety of our aircraft a top priority. Unlike many of our competitors, we’re a fully ARG/US registered brokerage with a 100% safety record.
The Weather in Boise
Summers in Boise tend to be hot and dry, with plenty of blue skies and daytime temperatures resting in the high 80’s. Winters are cold with ample amounts of snowfall between November and February.
Idaho’s Capital of Culture
Boise hasn’t always been a major player on the US tourist trail, but its thriving downtown, laid back culture and scenic location is bringing in more and more visitors every year.
One of the most surprising facts about Boise is that it’s home to one of the largest Basque communities outside of Spain. The Basque Block in the heart of downtown boasts a cultural center, several museums, Basque themed restaurants, and a bustling market, as well as hosting festivals throughout the year.
The area is also a hub for outdoor recreation. Tourists and locals alike enjoy activities like river rafting, mountain biking and hiking in the picturesque Boise Mountains. When winter arrives, and the first snowfall hits, the 245-meter hill at Bogus Basin becomes the perfect spot to go sledding and snow tubing.
Weekends are a great time to visit Boise; the downtown area comes alive to host the Capital City Public Market, where traders sell farm-fresh produce and artisan handicrafts from around the state.
There’s something of a culinary renaissance happening in this city, with creative chefs setting up numerous fine dining establishments. The nightlife in Boise is also surprisingly vibrant for a city of this size, and there’s a great selection of upscale wine and cocktail bars as well as a thriving live music scene.
Things to do in Boise
Right in the heart of downtown, this stylish restaurant owned by renowned chef Richard Langston has become a culinary institution. He creates European bistro-style dishes using ingredients sourced from the local area. The Wine Spectator- awarded wine list lets you choose from a huge variety of regional and international fine wines to accompany the delicious food.
Just around the corner from Richard’s is the unassuming but hugely popular Boise Brewing Taproom. You can relax on the patio and sample some of their extensive farm-to-glass craft beers while learning about the intricate brewing process.
Boise has some of the best rapids for rafting in the country, and summer is a great time to take a half or full-day guided trip. There are plenty of company’s offering excursions for both beginners and experts alike.
This unique outdoor gallery showcases street art murals by talented local artists. The ever-changing artworks have been gracing the walls here since 2002, and the space is a testament to Boise’s thriving artistic community.
Idaho State Capitol Building. The seat of Idaho’s state government in downtown Boise is well worth a visit, and there are tours available to the public by advanced booking.
Julia Davis Park. Some of Boise’s most prominent attractions are located here; the Boise Zoo, an art museum, a rose garden, and a black history museum all sit within this pretty urban park.
Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial. This is the only human rights memorial in the country, and one of only 11 Anne Frank horse chestnut saplings in the USA.
Why visit Boise?
This underrated city is a hub of culture and creativity with a charming small-town vibe.
From craft beer and fine dining to the great outdoors, there’s something for everyone in Boise.