The town is getting a major aerial upgrade. Private aviation specialist Tradewind Aviation is finally coming to Palm Beach. The new aircraft base, which begins flying private charters September 15, will join Tradewind’s other hubs in Oxford, Connecticut; White Plains, New York; and San Juan, Puerto Rico. The company offers both scheduled and private charter flights to destinations like Newport, Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, St. Barth, The Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, and more.

“We are thrilled to be expanding with a new Southeast hub, allowing Tradewind to better serve our growing client base throughout the Southeast,” said Eric Zipkin, the airline’s co-founder and CEO.

The Palm Beach hub will host a fleet of Swiss-built Pilatus PC-12 aircraft, which seat eight passengers for a personal flying experience. Tradewind Aviation additionally offers flights on the larger Citation CJ3 jet, with larger groups and longer distances also accommodated via the airline’s extensive network of operators.

Palm Beachers with on-demand travel needs may also benefit from the airline’s popular Goodspeed Card charter program, which is free from repositioning fees, blackout dates, or lead time requirements. It also gives members discounts on scheduled service routes and on the aforementioned CJ3 jet services. Clearly, there’s more than one way to take flight.