Taking a trip to Paris by private jet nearly always entails flying to and from Le Bourget Airport, Paris being Europe’s only capital city with an airport used exclusively by private aircraft. Le Bourget is also where every two years the Paris Air Show takes place.
We will be pleased to help you in your choice of aircraft for you and your traveling companions to fly to Paris and back, making the arrangements for your stay in this major business city which is also a global capital for haute-couture and gastronomy, renowned for its romance, high culture and artistic heritage.
If you would like to enjoy a leisurely trip to this archetypal cultural city on the River Seine or you need to visit Paris for business, then Paris is amply equipped to cover all your needs.
There are its excellent hotels, its business centres, its world class museums, its art galleries on the Rive Gauche, its broad open capacities as well as its fashionable streets and its many quiet walks through peaceful residential districts, all inductive to gaining that special feeling of being in one of the finest cities on Earth. Take a break to discover the atmosphere in the Parisian cafes in the Saint-Germain district. Visit the designer shops on Rue Saint-Honoré or on the famous Place Vendome. Whatever you require, AirNode will transport you to and back from there while also making the arrangements for your stay in this exquisite city.
Airports close to Paris
With its four runways, Roissy Charles de Gaulle international airport is the largest French commercial “hub”. Business aircraft can often land here for transfers between commercial and private flights. For cost-efficiency, it is recommended to use Le Bourget for your flights by private plane, as the two airports are only 10 minutes apart. We will be happy to arrange your departure from Charles de Gaulle if necessary.
Paris Le Bourget airport is exclusively dedicated to private aviation. First opened as an airport over 100 years (in 1914), it offers a large choice of lounges and welcoming spaces. Ideally situtated 20 minutes north of Paris and 10 minutes from Charles de Gaulle, it is the best solution for your flights to Paris by private jet. Every second year in June, the International Paris Air Show, an aviation festival, is held for aeronautical professionals and the general public. At that period, during aerial evolutions, it is possible that this airport may be closed to business aviation for short periods.
Paris-Orly situated 30 minutes to the south of Paris sees very little private aviation but may be used for transfers. It is Paris’ secondary airport and an important hub for chartered, regional, diplomatic and medical flights. Positioning costs for business aircraft mean that it is not recommended.
Pontoise airport can get you to the north-west of Paris. Although there are two terminals for private aviation at Pontoise, there are potential restrictions for landing and taking off here.
Toussus le Noble
Toussus-le-Noble is situated half an hour to the West of Paris, ideal for getting to the Versailles area. Even if this airport has two runways they are short. Only Light or Very Light jets are allowed to land commercially. Recently the customs office has been closed so only intra-france flights are possible.
Issy-les-Moulineaux heliport is ideal for getting to Paris city centre quickly. Helicopter transfers can be arranged from different private aviation airports to this heliport in west Paris.