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Aargus Air provides air charter service from Lansing and Grand Ledge Airports. We will pick you up at whichever airport in the Lansing area is convenient for you and bring you to your destination city. Air charter has never been easier. Should you require a taxi or rental car at the arrival airport, we will have one waiting there for you.
Aargus Air Charter - (517)321-4512 - 16815 Wright Rd, Grand Ledge, MI 48837
Major Industries and Commercial Activity
Lansing is the capital of Michigan claiming politics and education as it's major activities. Western Michigan University is base on the East side of Lansing and is second largest college in the State, second only to Michigan University. Famously known as the 'Motor City, Lansing is located in the South Central area of Michigan on the Grand River, the fifth largest city in the state. After 80 years of automobile design and manufacturing, the automotive industry still dominates employment in the area.
Located about 90 miles west of Detroit, Lansing is often referred to as the Car Capital of the U.S. it's the birthplace of Oldsmobile, founded in 1897. The neighboring city of East Lansing, only four miles away is the home of Michigan State University (MSU).
Although a relatively small town at the time, Lansing was selected as a more favorable alternative to Detroit to become Michigan's capital in 1847. The city is centrally located in the state, with close close proximity to Detroit and the West side the State. By 1859, the small community had grown to a few thousand and was incorporated as a the City of Lansing. From there, Lansing grew consistantly over the subsquest decades with milestones including the completion of railroads through the city and in 1879, the building of the state capitol building. Lansing later became a industrial force beginning with the founding of the Oldsmobile Motor Company in 1897. Subsequent decades saw the city transform into a significant American industrial center for the design and manufacturing of cars and parts as well as other industries.
Today Lansing has an economy diversified among several different industries; healthcare, education, including manufacturing, and government service. Things to see and do in Lansing Lansing boasts several attractions and both cultural and recreational sites. The Potter Park Zoo, located along the city's Red Cedar River, houses hundreds of animals and offers several programs and events for children and families. Museums in town include the Michigan Historical Museum and the Telephone Pioneer Museum. Downtown theaters include the Riverwalk Theatre and the BoarsHead Theater, and entertainment is provided by the Lansing Symphony Orchestra and the Greater Lansing Ballet Company. Two of the state's larger music festivals, the Lansing JazzFest and the Old Town BluesFest, are held each year in Lansing. The eight mile long Lansing River Trail runs along the Grand and Red Cedar rivers, and passes Potter Park Zoo and several other places of interest.
RESTARAUNTS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS
Lansing has many fine restaraunts and other intersting attractions.
Four Star Restaraunts as Rated by restaraunts.com
Soup Spoon Cafe - Eclectic American - Four Stars
De Luca's - Pizza - Phenoninal Deep Dish - Four Stars
Michigan Brewing Company - American - Brew Pub - Four Stars
Capital Prime?? - Steak & Seafood - Four Stars
Troppo - American Fine Dining - Four Stars
Other Ineresting Attractions
Reolds Museum - History of the Oldsmobile Car Museum
Lansing River Trial - Scenic Walk along the Grand River