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Private Jet and Charter Flights to the Fort Myers, FL, Area

Book a charter flight to Fort Myers Cape Coral in southwest Florida. Six area airports, including Southwest Florida International (RSW), accommodate all types of private charter and jet aircraft.

Fort Myers at a Glance

Fort Myers, Florida is an ideal vacation spot in southwest Florida for those looking for a quieter beach spot than some of Florida's other coastal cities. And with plenty of runways for charter flights in the area, it's a great destination for private flights year-round.

Fort Myers is known for its beaches and parks and is just a short drive (or boat ride) from the famous Sanibel Island. Fort Myers also attracts tourists with the Edison & Ford Winter Estates Museum.

Tourism is the primary industry in Fort Myers, which receives around 5 million visitors annually. Most visitors to Fort Myers are domestic travelers seeking fun on vacation.

The sunny weather in Florida makes Fort Myers a great place to travel any time of year. Winter and spring are popular times to travel for people looking to escape colder weather up north. Summer offers the best weather for beachgoers, and tends to draw big crowds in the greater Fort Myers area.

Fort Myers' Location

Fort Myers is located on Florida's southwest coast, in the Gulf of Mexico. The Caloosahatchee River runs along the northern edge of the city, separating Fort Myers from neighboring Cape Coral. Fort Myers has a modest population of 83,500 residents and receives thousands of visitors monthly.

Travelers flying into Fort Myers via charter flights have many landing spots to choose from. Southwest Florida International Airport is the primary hub for air traffic in the region. More convenient smaller airports can be found all over the area. Page Field Airport and Pine Island Airport are other airports available for permitted private flights.

Popular Fort Myers Attractions & Activities

Fort Myers is an ideal destination for those who love the beach or all kinds of water activities. Sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling, water skiing, and more. Fort Myers is also a hub for fishing, with people coming from all over to catch fish off the city's coast. The famous Fort Myers Fishing pier is a go-to spot for fishing, fishing gear, as well as great sights and experiences all year round.

Visitors to the area also enjoy taking day trips out to Sanibel Island and Captiva Island. These islands, a short way off the coast, feature many resorts, beaches, parks, food, and more. You can choose to stay on Sanibel Island for a day, or multiple days to take in everything that island life has to offer.

Heading back into the city, downtown Fort Myers has several great restaurants to choose from, providing diners with a variety of options. From pizza to Mexican food and fine dining, great food is never far away in downtown Fort Myers.

Fort Myers is also a popular destination for baseball fans in February and March each year. Two Major League Baseball franchises, the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins, both have their Spring Training complexes in the city. Baseball fans can catch practices and games in and around Fort Myers throughout the early spring season.

Things to See in Fort Myers

Redfish Key

Punta Blanca Island

Deerfield Lakes Golf Course

Little Smokehouse Key

Evergreen Golf Club

Little Cypress Golf Club

Palms At Pompano Beach Golf Course

Cat Key

Part Island

Devilfish Key

Mount Dora Golf Club

Little Davis Key

Royal Tee Golf Club

Island Thirty-Three

Cotton Key

Boca Grove Plantation Golf Course

Albright Key

Breakers West Golf Course

Patricio Island

Julies Island

Demere Key

Havelock Key

Florida Adventure Museum

Imaginarium Hands On Museum

Bokeelia Island

Cayo Costa

Mound Key

Gasparilla Island

Deep Creek Golf Club

Liverpool Island

Las Colinas Golf Course

Stingaree Key

Forth Island

Big Smokehouse Key

Crow Key

Galt Island

Cayo Pelau

Stonegate Golf Club

Benedict Key

Little Hickory Island

Clam Key

Bramble Ridge Golf Course

Sanibel Island Lighthouse

Eaglewood Golf Club

Josslyn Island

Blue Heron Pines Golf Course

Monkey Joe Key

Eagle Marsh Golf Club

Wiggins Island

Shell Factory Museum

Kitchel Key

Cape Coral Historical Society Museum

Eagle Harbor Golf Club

Big Bird Rookery

Big Panther Key

Fisherman Key

Fairways East Golf Course

Chino Island

Big Dead Key

Beautiful Island

Pine Tree Golf Course

Bunche Beach

Mccardle Island

Cove Key

Palm Harbor Golf Course

Regla Island

Bowman'S Beach

Eagle Lakes Golf Course

Givney Key

Bluffs Golf Course

Starvation Key

Lofton Island

Dixie Beach

Primo Island

Terrapin Key

Grasshopper Island

Silcox Key

Mackeever Keys

Rag Island

Orange Tree Golf Club

Connie Mack Island

Useppa Island

Broken Islands

Mill Cove Golf Club

Cork Key

Saint Andrews South Golf Club

City Of Fort Myers Southwest Florida Museum Of History

Palm Cove Golf Club

Deer Stop Keys

Lauderhills Golf Course

El Rio Golf Club

Captiva Rocks

Little Gasparilla Island

Captiva Island

Ben Coleman Keys

Silver Key

Mondongo Island

Eagle Ridge Golf Club

Ruess Island

Places near Fort Myers

Lehigh Acres
North Fort Myers
Cape Coral
Bonita Springs
Port Charlotte
North Port
The Acreage
Coral Springs

Hotels in Fort Myers

days inn fort myers springs resort

Restaurants in Fort Myers

origami - ft. myers
randy's fish market restaurant
rodizio grill - estero
the mighty duck
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