Scottsdale is located in the center of the beautiful Sonoran Desert and is bordered by Phoenix to the West and the McDowell mountains to the East. Scottsdale is a top destination for both leisure and business travelers. Tourism accounts for 39% of the city’s workforce, who are employed by more than 70 resorts and luxury hotels, more than 200 golf courses and more than 600 restaurants serving regional and global specialties.
Private Aircraft Accessibility to Airports in Scottsdale
The Radisson Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center is the premier venue for meetings, conventions or exhibitions. Numerous hotel conference centers meet additional meeting needs.
Scottsdale is served by 21 airports within a 50 mile radius. Commonly used airports include the Phoenix Sky Harbor international Airport (PHX), the Falcon Field Airport (FFZ), the Stellar Airpark Airport (P19), the Scottsdale Municipal Airport (SCF) and the Scottsdale Airport (SDL), with many corporate aircraft based in the valley.
Private Planes Available in Scottsdale, AR
Our ever-growing fleet of charter aircraft currently includes a variety of luxurious and well-appointed private jets, including Bombardier, Challenger, Citation, Dassault and Gulfstream.
Pentastar Aviation Charter, Inc. has a diverse selection of private charter jets that can accommodate anything from short flights with limited passengers to long range jets and up to 18 passengers.
Scottsdale's Most Popular Tourist Attractions
Downtown Scottsdale caters to a trendy, fashion-conscious crowd, offering high-end nightclubs, restaurants, hotels, lounges and bars. The Scottsdale nightlife has become the most active and popular destination for both tourist and locals. This area, located between Camelback and Osborn roads, entertains more than 40,000 patrons each weekend.
Scottsdale offers a wealth of cultural and art attractions reflecting a diverse collection of styles and genres. Popular cultural destinations include the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, House of
Broadcasting, Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre and Stagebrush Theatre. The Scottsdale Arts District exists in three distinct neighborhoods: the Scottsdale Main Street Arts District, the Marshall Way Arts district and the Old Town District.
Additional attractions include the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show, the month-long Scottsdale Jaycees Parada del Sol, the Barrett-Jackson Auto Show and the Scottsdale International Film Festival.
Known as “The Beverly Hills of the Southwest,” Scottsdale offers endless high-end fashion shopping options. The Scottsdale Fashion Square encompasses nearly 2 million square feet and ranks as one of the most profitable shopping malls per square foot in the Southwest United States. Kierland Commons is another notable fashion center.
Air charter transportation services are provided by Pentastar Aviation Charter, Inc., a U.S. FAR Part 135 on-demand air carrier, or by other U.S. FAR Part 135 certificated on-demand air carriers arranged by Pentastar Aviation, LLC.