Paris by Private Jet

Your Private Jet to Paris

Paris is synonymous with fine lifestyle and despite being the dream destination for millions of people each year, the French capital still has plenty of hidden secrets to offer beyond the Eiffel Tower and its world-class museums. People from all over the world are drawn to its unique fashion, art, and culinary scenes, as well as a certain je ne sais quoi that appeals to all kinds.
Visitors can enjoy a romantic meal in a Michelin-starred restaurant, a day at the races, an art tour, or a shopping trip. And a short stay in Paris is even more luxurious when travelling on a premium air charter flight.

High-class events

Visit Paris on the 13th or 14th of July to witness the joys of Bastille Day. A military parade takes to the streets and, as it is a public holiday, celebrations in the parks and along the Seine are enjoyed by families and friends. Luxury hotel bookings fill up fast so advanced reservations are advised. Longchamp Racecourse, on the banks of the River Seine, hosts flat races from March to November and regularly sees crowds of 50,000 on popular race days. The highlight of the year is the Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe, which takes place over the first weekend of October. The event is arguably the most prestigious flat race in Europe, and it attracts the finest horses, owners and trainers.

The best restaurants are in Paris

Paris is known for its incredible cuisine and there are hundreds of fine dining establishments to choose from. When it comes to selecting where to dine, consider one of the ten Parisian restaurants that hold three Michelin stars. Epicure in Le Bristol Hotel is known for having one of the most refined wine list in the World, and the super exclusive Guy Savoy, near Pont Neuf bridge, known for its gourmet cuisine and for its famous artichoke soup with truffle. To discover delicious food cooked by local chefs, a good tip is to look down bustling side streets away from the tourist spots. If a restaurant is busy with diners in these areas, then the clientele has been lured off the beaten track by great food and a comfortable atmosphere.

Art in Paris

There is an abundance of art to see in Paris, and everyone should visit the Louvre at least once during a trip to the city, but there are other galleries and museums which have fine exhibitions. The Musee Marmottan-Monet houses the greatest collection of Monet’s work in the world.
Situated in the 16th arrondissement, the old mansion house displays more than 100 of Monet’s paintings, many of which were donated by the artist’s son. This gallery is often very quiet, offering visitors the time and space to stand back and really appreciate what is on offer. For art from the 20th and 21st century, a visit to the Paris Museum of Modern Art in Avenue du Président Wilson is highly recommended. The gallery offers 10,000 pieces of art which are displayed in chronological order to demonstrate the development of movements and techniques.

Shopping under ornate glass roofs

Designer stores line the Champs-Elysées and this famous street is a popular destination for a great number of shoppers. For something uniquely Parisian, it is worth visiting the Grand Boulevards district in the 9th and 11th arrondissements. Here, between the theatres and cafes, are covered passages (Les Passages Couvert) which have beautifully decorative glass roofs, ornate wrought iron fixtures and intricate mosaic floors. The Gallerie Vivienne is the most glamorous of these arcades and a great place to start, but go along any of the thirty or so passages to discover boutiques, jewellery shops, antique showrooms, tearooms, and old-style restaurants. Jean-Paul Gaultier has his flagship store here, and Christian Louboutin has a place as well, but there are also unknown designers waiting to be discovered.

How much does a private jet flight to Paris cost?

Use the air taxi service to get to the city quickly and at short notice. GlobeAir can also arrange transportation to top luxury hotels and special events to ensure a stay in Paris is seamless.
Why not contact us today for a personalised quote from our friendly and professional staff?

St Barthelemy

Paris (LBG)

Fly from € 23,861

Passengers on the go can also request an instant quote and check live availability through the GlobeAir booking system, selecting their airport of departure and their favourite time for take off.
Additionally, to enjoy cheaper air travel to Paris, it is possible to book empty leg flights – flights sold at a discount to fill any leg of a private booking where an aircraft would be empty, offering a unique way to fly. Making use of a private jets airport is highly convenient especially for business travel.