Business Aviation Tips and Inflight Catering for Jackson, Wyoming

Located in the Jackson Hole Valley of Wyoming, the town of Jackson is a favorite United States vacation destination in the private aviation industry. The town is home to resorts and is a prime location for visiting the Grand Teton National Park the world-famous Yellowstone National Park. Peak season for the area of Jackson Hole is summer (when vacationers hit the national parks), with winter being the second most popular time for a visit (with snow sports at the forefront).

When embarking on a private jet trip to Jackson, you will arrive at Jackson Hole Airport (JAC /KJAC). During preparations for your trip, if crew or passengers require scheduled private transportation during your time in Jackson, arrangements are available through Universal Private Transport. For inflight dining options on your departure from Jackson, your needs can be fulfilled through the Air Culinaire Worldwide® Network. As always is it best to plan your inflight catering needs at least 48 hours ahead for the details of your next leg, especially during peak season.

During the summer, there are numerous outdoor activities to enjoy in Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park and the area of Jackson Hole Valley. Tours of the national parks, going on a wildlife-viewing safari, hiking, whitewater rafting, fishing and stargazing are just a handful of ways to take in the natural beauty of the area. To enjoy the typical annual snowfall of over 500 inches, visitors seek Jackson Hole for skiing, sledding, snow tubing, snowmobiling and more. To pay a visit to the famous geyser called Old Faithful during winter months, try a horse-drawn snowcoach for a unique experience.

Given the region of the United States that Jackson is located in, you will find some distinct protein choices available such as elk, buffalo, lamb and bison. Trout from local streams, and beef from local ranches are also plentiful and can be found in a range of preparations including beef tartare and jerky. With a rich Native American culture, you will also find “fry bread” which can be used with either savory or sweet meals. An indigenous fruit known as chokecherries grow on bushes in Wyoming and are used in a variety of culinary items from wine to jam. A type of tomato that grows locally is known as the Wyomato and is featured in local restaurants. If you love mushrooms, try some morels once winter is over.


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