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Private Jet Charter: Raleigh to West Palm Beach

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Private jet charter from RDU to West Palm Beach couldn't be simpler.


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Tour our Cessna Citation VII with Broadband Wifi Included

Luxury Private Jet Travel from RDU to West Palm Beach

Causey Aviation offers Light, Midsize and Super Midsize jets for charter from RDU to West Palm Beach. Our jets include Broadband WiFi, GoGo Business Text & Talk, Worldwide Satellite Phone, Nespresso Machine and AirShow.

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Causey Aviation Facts
  • Operating since 1967
  • Gold Plus Rated by Argus International
  • Independently Rated in The Top 1%  of Jet Charter Providers Nationwide
  • IS-BAO Certified Jet Management, Jet Maintenance and Jet Charter

Jet Charters Departing from RDU International Airport

Causey Aviation provides Private Jet Charter Flights to West Palm Beach from TAC Air in the General Aviation Terminal at Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU).

South Florida Area Airports

There are several popular airports for private jets landing in South Florida. 

  • Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) - 4 miles from West Palm Beach.
  • Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International (FLL) - 50 miles from West Palm Beach.
  • North Palm Beach County Airport (F45) - 19 miles from West Palm Beach.
  • Witham Field (SUA)  - 39 Miles from West Palm Beach
  • Boca Raton Airport (BCT) - 25 Miles from West Palm Beach
Private Jets Available for Charter from Raleigh-Durham (RDU) North Carolina
Category Seats Features
 Super-Midsize 8  Virtual Tour
Midsize 9 PDF
Midsize 8 PDF
Midsize 9 PDF
Light 8 PDF

Rated In The Top 1% Of Jet Charter Providers

Causey Aviation has earned a Gold Plus Rating from ARGUS International, the worldwide leader in aviation safety audits. The Gold Plus Rating and IS-BAO Stage 3 Registration put Causey Aviation in the top 1% of all charter providers nationwide.

Causey Aviation’s Air Carrier Certificate #EWCA750D was issued by the FAA in 1976.