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Martha's Vineyard Airport & Charter Routes

Sister island to the more popular Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard is a favorite summer getaway for the wealthy and famous. A playground for the rich and famous, the island is packed with history and classic New England charm. Book a private jet charter to Martha’s Vineyard with UberJets and make your travel experience a key part of the trip. With our convenient online booking system, you can choose from a wide variety of private jets and helicopters, making it easy to find the perfect aircraft for your needs. Whether you’re looking for a quick getaway or a longer vacation, Martha’s Vineyard is the perfect destination. Contact us today to learn more about our services or to book your next trip.

Private Jet Charter Airports in and around Martha's Vineyard, MA

Martha’s Vineyard Airport (MVY/KMVY) is the only airport on the island, and is the most convenient way to arrive.

There are no bridges or tunnels to the island, so flying direct is the best option. The airport is located 35-45 minutes away from nearby NYC airports like Teterboro (TEB) and White Plains (HPN).

The runway at Martha’s Vineyard Airport can accommodate almost any size aircraft, making it a versatile option for travel to the island.

Popular Martha’s Vineyard Private Jet Charter Routes

Looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of New York City? Martha’s Vineyard is the perfect spot for a relaxing vacation. And with UberJets, you can take a charter flight from NYC to MV any time you want! Our private jets are safe and convenient, and the flight is only 30 minutes long.

If you’re coming from Boston, we can help you book a private plane from BOS to MV. You’ll save hours on the road, and you’ll gain extra time to enjoy your vacation. 

Flying from DC to Martha’s Vineyard? Let us take care of all the details with a tailor-made charter flight just for you.

And if you’re coming from Chicago, we can help you get to the Vineyard after breakfast! Our private jet from ORD to MV will have you there in no time. So start planning your dream vacation today, and let UberJets take care of the travel arrangements.

Here is a list of aircraft commonly available for Martha’s Vineyard, Ma  jet charters:

  • Pilatus PC-12 – Perfect for charter flights from NYC to Martha’s Vineyard,  with seating for up to eight people
  • Citation CJ2 – Versatile jet with seating for Six , always spotted in the air above the Vineyard and Nantucket.
  • King Air 350 – The King Air 350 is perfect for private flights from Boston to Martha’s Vineyard
  • Hawker 800XP –  Midsize Jet can do nonstop private flights from Dallas to Martha’s Vineyard.

With the freedom of choice, UberJets Members can decide from a vast arsenal of safety vetted aircraft, all within our select Virtual Hangar℠. This system allows for complete customization of your travel plans – all the way down to the exact year, make, model, and pilot experience! Using the industry’s newest flight optimization technology, UberJets is constantly in the pursuit of perfecting our Jetters aircraft experience…

Ferry Services To and From Martha’s Vineyard, MA

The island has plenty of ferries operating daily from the following areas:

Luxury Accommodations in Martha’s Vineyard, MA

Martha’s Vineyard offers a number of luxury hotels, bed & breakfasts and cottage/condo rentals. The following are some of the most notable places to stay on the island:

  • Harbor View Hotel & Resort, Edgartown
  • Winnetu Oceanside Resort, Edgartown
  • Nashua House Hotel, Oak Bluffs
  • The Hob Knob, Edgartown
  • Pequot Hotel, Oak Bluffs

Beaches in Martha’s Vineyard, MA

The Vineyard has many beaches of varying sizes, appeal and atmospheres. While most of the up-island beaches are privately owned, here are some of the most highly trafficked public beaches, most of which are accessible by car or bike:

  • Aquinnah Beach
  • East Beach
  • Joseph A. Sylvia State Beach
  • Oak Bluffs Town Beach
  • South Beach

Sightseeing and Activities in Martha’s Vineyard

Much of the Vineyard’s appeal is derived from its natural beauty, but there are also grand historic lighthouses to be visited, cultural and historical areas to discover and plenty of shopping and dining to be enjoyed:

  • Edgartown Lighthouse, Edgartown
  • Martha’s Vineyard Museum, Edgartown
  • Memorial Wharf, Edgartown
  • Gay Head Cliffs, Aquinnah
  • Menemsha Harbor, Chilmark
  • Menemsha Hills, Vineyard Haven
  • Colonial Edgartown

Weather in Martha’s Vineyard

Due to the Gulf Stream, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard have a milder climate than the coastal region along Massachusetts Bay. Most summer nights will dip to the low 60’s and even high-50’s in June, while the days are typically high in the mid-70’s, with temperatures nearing 80 degrees in July. Water temperatures off Nantucket reach comfortably into the low-to-mid-70’s in July in August.