Washington D.C. Private Air Charter Flights

Welcome to Shoreline Aviation—your source for exceptional Washington D.C. 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. All Airports. D.C. and Beyond…

Shoreline Aviation is a leading provider of private and corporate jet charter services. You choose your aircraft—from Piston Twins to Heavy Jets—and we’ll schedule the plane that suits your needs. We arrange private charters to and from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), Manassas Regional (HEF), Leesburg Executive (JYO) and Gaithersburg Montgomery County Airport (GAI).

We also offer flights to—and departing from—all other airports serving the general public.

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) is only 31 miles North of Washington and may suit some itineraries. Please note that private jet flights into Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) require TSA screening at a qualified gateway airport—which may affect your flight itinerary. So please call us to discuss your D.C. travel plans—we’re happy to answer any questions and help you plan your trip!

Visiting Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C., the nation’s capitol, is a city every person should visit at least once in their lifetime! D.C. was officially founded in 1790 after congress approved it to become the nation’s capital, as prescribed by the U.S. Constitution. As such, D.C. is not actually considered a state. It is instead a planned city, governed by a mayor and city council, with only shadow (non-voting) representation in Congress.

Because the city houses all three branches of government, much of the commerce there directly serves those interests. As might be expected, many government agencies are housed in D.C. as well more than 150 foreign embassies. The International Monetary Fund, World Bank and numerous trade unions, lobby organizations and nonprofit foundations also call D.C. home.

While serving as a hub of government and industry, Washington D.C. also boasts some of the best tourist attractions in the world! Some highlights to consider include the U.S. Capitol itself of course, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History and National Air & Space Museum, Union Station, Lincoln Memorial, FDR Memorial, the National Gallery of Art and the Library of Congress—just to name a few!

Washington D.C. is brimming with history, character and almost limitless museums, restaurants, performing arts & entertainment and local attractions. You will most certainly enjoy your stay!

For a list of Washington D.C. Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, and other accommodation options, visit the ‘Destination DC’ website.