Arrive in Cannes on a luxury private jet
Chartering a private jet from GlobeAir promises a stylish arrival in the French Riviera town of Cannes. The picture-postcard charm of Cannes sits alongside all the wealth and glitter any visitor could want. Whether it’s strolling along the Promenade de la Croisette, sunbathing on golden sands, window-shopping for a yacht in the harbour or visiting the town’s high-end boutiques, there is always something to enjoy in Cannes. When it’s time to dine, terraced restaurants offer stunning sea views, while quirky bistros serve up the delicious flavours of local produce. Although this former fishing village is more about the glamorous outdoor life than museums and galleries, history lovers can explore the region’s past in the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire de Provence.
With a chartered air taxi service, visitors to Cannes can land at Mandelieu Airport which is conveniently located on the outskirts of the city. From here, depending on personal itineraries, onward journeys to town centre hotels or business venues can be made by luxury limo while a helicopter transfer to Monte Carlo puts this exciting destination within easy reach. All of our pilots are fully qualified, highly experienced and have an excellent knowledge of local air routes.
How much does a private jet flight cost?
The cost of our air taxi service is calculated according to several factors that include airport of departure, number of passengers, time of flight and customer schedules. Optional extras such as concierge services and luxury city transfers can be added on, and once a price is calculated and agreed upon, it will not change. We are also able to offer empty leg flights which deliver a private jet experience at an affordable price. Empty leg flights are the unsold parts of charter journeys and may either be inbound or outbound to Cannes. Our aircraft need to be in the right place for their next charter, and by offering these flights needed to position the planes, we can ensure they are not flying without passengers. These air charter options deliver unbeatable value, with fares that can be up to 90% less than normal. The GlobeAir booking process is easy and straightforward either through our online booking form or by speaking to one of our customer service advisors. Available 24/7 our travel consultants are always happy to answer any queries and take bookings for our private air charter service.
Enjoy exclusive hotels in Cannes
As a favourite destination for celebrities, Cannes has no shortage of top luxury hotels. One of the most famous is the exclusive Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc. Located just a short limo drive out of town on the Cap d’Antibes, this hotel combines classic styling with flawless contemporary service and delicious Provençal cuisine. For visitors who prefer to be more central, the Hôtel Barrière Le Majestic is located right on La Croisette. Not only do the hotel’s rooms have stunning Mediterranean views, Le Majestic also boasts its own private beach. As well as the best hotels, our luxury guide also helps visitors to Cannes pinpoint the best restaurants. Under the guidance of chef Christian Sinicropi, the Michelin-starred La Palme d’Or is considered the number one dining spot in Cannes, while the retro ambience and organic food at Bobo Bistro make it a popular eating spot.
The best shopping and events in Cannes
Dior, Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier and Gucci are just some of the high-end names that line the Promenade de la Croisette, while for those who prefer food shopping, the Forville Market is the perfect destination for sampling and buying local produce including wine and cheese. For connoisseurs of perfume, perfumery workshops belonging to names like Fragonard and Galimard can be toured in the Grasse district just north of Cannes. The Cannes Film Festival held every year in May is probably the town’s best known annual event, but the Cannes Yachting Festival also draws huge crowds. Over 600 boats from toy models to top-of-the-range luxury yachts line the town’s two ports: Vieux Port and Port Pierre Canto. Held in September, the Yachting Festival makes a nice counterpoint to the celebrity glitz of the Film Festival.