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La Crosse Municipal Airport Charter Flights and Air Charter Service

International Air Charter is able to handle all of your air charter services to or from La Crosse Municipal Airport. We will make sure that the flight you pick is the right one for you. The staff we use has years of experience in the air charter industry and will be sure that the flight you choose to or from La Crosse Municipal Airport is the right one for you.

La Crosse Municipal Airport Information

Location: La Crosse, Wisconsin

Type: Medium Airport

Scheduled Service: Yes


Local Code: LSE


Elevation: 655 Feet

Latitude: 43.879

Longitude: -91.2567

Runways at La Crosse Municipal Airport

La Crosse Municipal Airport has 3 runways.

1 5299 Feet150 FeetASPYes
2 6050 Feet150 FeetASPYes
3 8537 Feet150 FeetCONYes

Radio Frequencies

La Crosse Municipal Airport utilizes the following radio frequencies.

1 ATISATIS124.950
3 CTAFCTAF118.450
4 GNDGND121.800
6 TWRTWR118.450

Flying in Comfort on a Charter Aircraft

For many large corporations with continent hopping executives, traveling by private aircraft can be a cost effective business tool. Charter aircraft companies are located all over the map in the major countries and chartering a private jet comes with endless options for scheduling and offers passengers luxury, convenience and impeccable service.

Private jets for rent come in a number of shapes, sizes, configurations and with different speeds and range. There are six categories from very light to super heavy jets. Very light jets like the Cessna Citation carry 2 to 4 passengers, have a cruise speed of nearly 400 mph and a range of 1300 miles. The Learjet 55, a midsize jet, carries 7 passengers, has a speed of 450 mph and a range of 2500 miles. On the far end, the Boeing business jet has room for 50, a speed of 470 mph and a range of 7000 miles.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), lays the standards for flight regulations in the country. Both types of air flight systems, private and public, must follow the guidance of the FAA. The FAA rules have been and are presently in place to keep the jets, the pilots and the public, secure in the air. The Federal Aviation Administration is under the direction of the United States Department of Transportation (DOT). The FAA and the DOT, dually watch nearest all flight concerns and activities for the safety travel of all people on U.S. airlines.

  1. No last second scheduling or modifications
  2. Travelers will now be searched
  3. Air Marshalls will be assigned to the privatecrafts
  4. Background checks for travelers and the crew
  5. Baggage checks with limitations.

There are three types of jets that can be used for both business and pleasure.

The first type is called the Light Business Jet, and it can house four to eight people. It costs more than $2,000 per hour, and some of the examples of this type of jet are the Citation Bravo, BeechJet 400, Learjet 35, and West Wind.

Medium Type Jets are the second type of private jet planes, and it regularly has a capacity of eight to 12 people. With this type of jet, expect to pay $2,500 to $3,500 per hour. Citation X, Falcon 20, Hawker 700, and Learjet 60 are only a few examples of this type.

Lastly, Heavy Jets are the hugest private jet planes around. It can hold up to 25 people, and it can cost up to $13,000 each hour to charter. Challenger 604, Boeing Business Jet, and Falcon 900 are this type.Any of these will get you to your destination city efficiently.

   Flying in Comfort on a Charter Aircraft