Hire a private jet charter to France
France, the perfect destination and gateway into Europe. With a multitude of airports to choose from, your private aircraft charter might land in the capital, Paris, or any number of metropolitan cities, including Nice or Lyon. Alternatively, you may choose to land in a more unassuming destination and begin your French adventure at a more leisurely pace.
But naturally, Paris will feature on your itinerary. Whether you’re in town for business or pleasure, a night or two savouring the famous Parisian nightlife, is never a wasted journey.
If you’re staying in the capital, then head to the Saint James hotel, a stone’s throw from the Champs Elysees and steeped in the kind of elegance that sets Paris apart.
Here you’ll also have access to the relaxing spa as well as the indoor pool and health club. Dine on site or at nearby Shiro in Boulevard St Germain, a tantalizing fusion of French and Japanese cuisine.
And while Paris could keep you busy for days, if not weeks, there are plenty of other destinations that deserve your attention, including Bordeaux, 590km to the southwest of Paris.
Widely considered the heart of wine and gastronomy in France, Bordeaux is packed full of character, culture and stand out architecture.
The airport is just 7.5 miles west of the city and open for private charter planes, making it the perfect next stop on your French tour.
While there it’s almost obligatory to take a tour of some the fabulous wine chateaus and vineyards, making time to sample some of the best wine in the world. And stocking up your cellar.
And from Bordeaux, make your next stop almost a straight run to the east and on to Lyon. This picturesque city is situated at the junction of the Rhône and Saône rivers and is the capital of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.
Spanning 2,000 years of history, Lyon is a home of food and culture and the 3rd largest city in the country. Drop into the Roman Theatres of Lyon, which once hosted brutal gladiatorial tournaments or walk around the secret passageways of Old Lyon and its winding streets.
Lyonnaise food is a wonderful experience with its signature Lyonnaise salads, fish dumplings and sausages. Bring your appetite and a sense of adventure.
Enjoying a climate that benefits from Mediterranean and mountainous influences you can choose from hot summers and mild winters to a cooler seasonal offering.
With some of the finest ski resorts in the world, it’s a year-round destination that attracts millions to the larger cities in summer. Outside of tourist season, enjoy the cooler spring and early autumn of a Parisian day or head to the Alpes and enjoy some winter snow, unrivalled in the rest of Europe.
Looking to book a private jet charter to France? Whether for business or leisure our specialist private jet brokers can help you find the perfect air charter solution.