Long Island Private Air Charter Flights

Welcome to Shoreline Aviation—your source for exceptional Long Island, NY private air charter and corporate jet services!

Our knowledgeable, friendly staff is at your service to ensure you enjoy the best flight experience, every time you fly. Since 1981, we’ve built our reputation on providing incomparable customer service and ensuring every flight detail is executed to the highest standards—without compromise.

Call us at 1.888.291.5387 to request a quote or complete the form below—and discover the Shoreline Aviation difference!

All Jet Sizes. Long Island and Beyond…

Shoreline Aviation is a leading provider of private air charter and corporate jet charter services. We arrange private charters to and from Long Island MacArthur Airport (KISP / ISP). We also arrange for private flights to and from John F. Kennedy International Airport (KJFK / JFK) and LaGuardia International Airport (KLGA / LGA).

Additionally, we offer flights to—and departing from—all other airports serving the general public. You choose your aircraft – from Piston Twins to Gulfstream Jets – and we’ll schedule the plane that suits your needs.

We have a Long Island area private air charter solution to suit your itinerary!

Visiting Long Island

Situated southwest of Connecticut and northeast of Philadelphia, Long Island is a narrow strip of land that stretches northeast from the southern portion of New York State into the Atlantic Ocean. Spanning the New York City suburbs of Suffolk and Nassau, and the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens, Long Island is the largest island in the contiguous United States.

As the home to three major airports, JFK International, LaGuardia (LGA) and Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP), the island is a hub for travel to and from New York City. Offering tunnels, bridges and ferry access to the city as well as its other boroughs, Long Island can feel like a junction to pass through en route to other destinations, but the island itself offers its own unique charm and an abundance of tourist activities and villages to explore.

While the island is nearly 120 miles long, it is less than 25 miles wide which means no matter what your location, you’re never far from the shore! With its beaches, waterfront parks and ocean trails, there are numerous ways to take in the ocean air. For those who prefer inland activities, visitors can experience one-of-a-kind boutiques and restaurants, art galleries and museums, and the island’s abundance of historical points of interest.

For information on Long Island lodging and activities, visit the Long Island CVB.