Widely known to be a summer colony to some of the most affluent families in the U.S. The island is not connected to land by either bridge or tunnel and is only accessible by boat or air.
While it is commonly visited as a summering spot, the island does have a year round population of more than 15,000. During the height of the summer season, though, that number can easily surge to more than 100,000.
Flying to Martha’s Vineyard via Private Jet Charter
The decision to fly into Martha’s Vineyard through private aviation is one that few people ever regret. Private jets allow passengers to fly comfortably to the island and on their schedules. Of course, those are only a few of the benefits of private jet charter flights.
The other benefits worth considering include the peacefulness of private charter flights, less chaotic security procedures than traditional airlines require, and privacy for your family, guests, and you to enjoy during your flight. If you have special dietary needs or concerns, they can be accommodated through catered meals. Perhaps most importantly, flying via private jet charter directly into Martha’s Vineyard means you do not have to concern yourself with additional transportation to the island.
Things to do on Martha’s Vineyard
Martha’s Vineyard offers a wide and, surprisingly, diverse range of activities and events for visitors to engage in. The island consists of six towns over 100 square miles of land. In that span of space visitors will find an abundance of attractions and opportunities.
First, there are the beaches. The beaches on Martha’s Vineyard are beautiful and a main attraction for residents, summer residents, and day travelers alike. Whatever your interests are, chances are good that you can enjoy a great experience on the island.
History buffs will find a rich history to explore. There are several museums that document this history including the Cottage Museum, Martha’s Vineyard Museum, and the Aquinnah Cultural Center. There are also three different tours that celebrate the African American rich heritage and many contributions to the community. The African American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard is a must for any genuine history buff.
Lighthouse tours and visits are also a wonderful way to explore the history and heritage of Martha’s Vineyard. There are many lighthouses available to explore, some of which are maintained by Martha’s Vineyard Museum.
Families will find much to appreciate about Martha’s Vineyard as well. One of the most important island experiences for everyone under the age of seven is the Flying Horses Carousel. The carousel, which was crafted by hand in 1876, is a National Historic Landmark and is the oldest merry-go-round of its kind that has been in continuous operation.
The island is also home to the Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary and the Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge for nature lovers. Bicycling is also a popular pastime on the island.
Getting to Martha’s Vineyard via Private Aviation
There are only two ways to get to Martha’s Vineyard. By sea or by air. This means you either need to fly into one of the mainland airports nearby and take a ferry to the island or you need to fly directly to the island, landing at Martha’s Vineyard Airport. The great thing about private aviation is that it allows you to do the latter with ease.
However, if you want to explore more than Martha’s Vineyard during your travels, there are other airport options available, including those listed below.
Call Presidential Aviation today to discuss your travel needs and we will help you find the right aircraft and the location to facilitate all your Martha’s Vineyard travel plans in luxury, comfort, and style.