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PRIVATE JET DUBAI TO ISTANBUL

PRIVATE JET DUBAI TO ISTANBUL

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Dubai to Istanbul
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Dubai to Istanbul

DUBAI

Private Jet Dubai to Istanbul:

Dubai is the capital of city of the Emirate of Dubai and the largest city in the UAE. It has been the centre for regional and international trade since the early 20th century, with tourism, aviation, real estate, and financial services being it’s primary industries.

Dubai is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations with numerous famous attractions such as the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world.  Other notable attractions include the Jumeirah Mosque, the Al Marmoom Camel Race Track (showcasing an important part of Middle Eastern culture), The Dubai Fountain, the tallest fountain in the world, shooting 22,000 gallons of water up 500 feet in the air, the Ain Dubai, the world’s largest observation wheel; and the Aura Skypool, located at 200 metres above the city at the top of the Palm Tower, the highest 360-degree infinity pool on the planet.

With so much to do is no surprise the Dubai’s airports are very popular for private jet charter flights.

If you will require a private limo or helicopter transfer for your onward travel, please do let our team know, as we will be delighted to assist you.

Private Jet Dubai to Istanbul – Airport Options & Facts:

Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC)

Al Maktoum International Airport, located south-west of Dubai is a commercial airport with a dedicated executive terminal.

It offers a sizeable 4.5 km runway for all jet sizes to land. The airport is located 50 km (38 minutes) from the city centre.

Al Maktoum is increasingly popular with business travellers flying by private jet to Dubai.
Private flights to DWC were up 333% in summer 2022 when compared with summer 2019.
This airport offers more flexibility in take-off and landing slots than other Dubai airports, and the surrounding roads are less crowded, allowing faster ground transfers.

The airport is equipped with five FBOs in its modern terminal, which is dedicated to general aviation.

Dubai International Airport (DXB) 

Dubai International Airport is located 7 miles northeast of downtown Dubai, and within easy reach of the city’s business and leisure districts.

A private car can have you in the centre of Dubai in around 10 minutes, or a helicopter charter service can be used to get you to Abu Dhabi in just a short flight.

Dubai International Airport has a runway size of 4.45 km that can support private jets of all sizes, and has a dedicated VIP area.

Slot Restriction: Yes

Private Jet flight times to Dubai

  • Dubai (DWC) ✈ Moscow (VKO): approx 5 hours 15 minutes
  • Dubai (DXB) ✈ Paris Le Bourget (LBG): approx 7 Hours
  • Dubai (DXB) ✈ London Luton (LTN): approx 8 hours 30 minutes
  • Dubai (DWC) ✈ Beijing (PEK): approx 6 Hours 30 Minutes
  • Dubai (DXB) ✈ New York (TEB): approx 15 Hours

Private Jet to Dubai Cost?
The cost of a private jet flight to Dubai will vary depending on your point of departure, amount of passenger and aircraft availability on your intended dates of travel.

For a free, accurate, no obligation quotation please call +44 1403 237 010 or press the black button below.

ISTANBUL

Private Jet Dubai to Istanbul

Experience the rich culture and historic streets engraved with footprints of empires of ages past. Istanbul is the only city in the world with land in both Asia and Europe. It is an architectural fusion of contemporary and ancient times. Flourishing through multiple ruling authorities, the streets of Istanbul, Turkey have braved it all—from the Byzantines to the Ottomans, each empire leaving behind a notable piece of history.

Among Istanbul’s greatest attractions are its archaic, yet intricately-designed buildings. Boasting stunning hand-painted mosaics and vaulted ceiling work, the architecture in Istanbul is truly something you have to see to believe.

Visits to: Hagia Sophia or the Blue Mosque and the Ferikoy Organic Market are highly recommended.

If you’re looking for a one of a kind spa treatment why not indulge in a traditional turkish bath at Kilic Ali Pasa, an enchanting bathhouse built in the 16th century by the Ottomans themselves.

Distances from Istanbul Ataturk Airport to:

  • Istanbul World Trade Centre: approx. 1 kilometre by car
  • CNR Expo (conference centre): approx. 1 kilometre by car
  • Sultanahmet (old town): approx. 15 kilometres by car
  • Taksim Square (city centre): approx. 25 kilometres by car

Istanbul Atatürk Airport Facts:

Named in honour of the founder of the Turkish Republic – Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
It is the main international airport in Istanbul with the others being Istanbul Hezarfen Airfield and Sabiha Gökçen International Airport.

The airport is used for both commercial passenger flights and cargo flights.

The airport has three runways and two passenger terminals.
One terminal is used solely for international flights, whilst the second is used for domestic flights.

The airport is well connected to the city centre, located 30 minutes’ drive from the centre of Istanbul. The airport operates 24 hours a day and welcomes private aircraft – however it’s important to consider that this airport can become very congested in peak seasons.

Airport Codes: IST/LTBA
All common aircraft and weight classes can take off and land from this airport.
Runway operating hours: 24/7

Popular Jet Connection from Istanbul Airport: 

  • Istanbul Ataturk to Ankara Esenboğa (LTAC / ESB): approx. 55 minutes
  • Istanbul Ataturk to Milas Bodrum (LTFE / BJV): approx. 1 hour
  • Istanbul Ataturk to Izmir Adnan Menderes (LTBJ/ADB): approx. 55 minutes
  • Istanbul Ataturk to Gaziantep Oğuzeli (LTAJ/GZT): approx. 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Istanbul Ataturk to Antalya (LTAI/ AYT): approx. 1 hour

DUBAI

Private Jet Dubai to Istanbul:

Dubai is the capital of city of the Emirate of Dubai and the largest city in the UAE. It has been the centre for regional and international trade since the early 20th century, with tourism, aviation, real estate, and financial services being it’s primary industries.

Dubai is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations with numerous famous attractions such as the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world.  Other notable attractions include the Jumeirah Mosque, the Al Marmoom Camel Race Track (showcasing an important part of Middle Eastern culture), The Dubai Fountain, the tallest fountain in the world, shooting 22,000 gallons of water up 500 feet in the air, the Ain Dubai, the world’s largest observation wheel; and the Aura Skypool, located at 200 metres above the city at the top of the Palm Tower, the highest 360-degree infinity pool on the planet.

With so much to do is no surprise the Dubai’s airports are very popular for private jet charter flights.

If you will require a private limo or helicopter transfer for your onward travel, please do let our team know, as we will be delighted to assist you.

Airport Options & Facts:

Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC)

Al Maktoum International Airport, located south-west of Dubai is a commercial airport with a dedicated executive terminal.

It offers a sizeable 4.5 km runway for all jet sizes to land. The airport is located 50 km (38 minutes) from the city centre.

Al Maktoum is increasingly popular with business travellers flying by private jet to Dubai.
Private flights to DWC were up 333% in summer 2022 when compared with summer 2019.
This airport offers more flexibility in take-off and landing slots than other Dubai airports, and the surrounding roads are less crowded, allowing faster ground transfers.

The airport is equipped with five FBOs in its modern terminal, which is dedicated to general aviation.

Dubai International Airport (DXB) 

Dubai International Airport is located 7 miles northeast of downtown Dubai, and within easy reach of the city’s business and leisure districts.

A private car can have you in the centre of Dubai in around 10 minutes, or a helicopter charter service can be used to get you to Abu Dhabi in just a short flight.

Dubai International Airport has a runway size of 4.45 km that can support private jets of all sizes, and has a dedicated VIP area.

Slot Restriction: Yes

Private Jet flight times to Dubai

  • Dubai (DWC) ✈ Moscow (VKO): approx 5 hours 15 minutes
  • Dubai (DXB) ✈ Paris Le Bourget (LBG): approx 7 Hours
  • Dubai (DXB) ✈ London Luton (LTN): approx 8 hours 30 minutes
  • Dubai (DWC) ✈ Beijing (PEK): approx 6 Hours 30 Minutes
  • Dubai (DXB) ✈ New York (TEB): approx 15 Hours

Private Jet to Dubai Cost?
The cost of a private jet flight to Dubai will vary depending on your point of departure, amount of passenger and aircraft availability on your intended dates of travel.

For a free, accurate, no obligation quotation please call +44 1403 237 010 or press the black button below.

ISTANBUL

Private Jet Dubai to Istanbul

Experience the rich culture and historic streets engraved with footprints of empires of ages past. Istanbul is the only city in the world with land in both Asia and Europe. It is an architectural fusion of contemporary and ancient times. Flourishing through multiple ruling authorities, the streets of Istanbul, Turkey have braved it all—from the Byzantines to the Ottomans, each empire leaving behind a notable piece of history.

Among Istanbul’s greatest attractions are its archaic, yet intricately-designed buildings. Boasting stunning hand-painted mosaics and vaulted ceiling work, the architecture in Istanbul is truly something you have to see to believe.

Visits to: Hagia Sophia or the Blue Mosque and the Ferikoy Organic Market are highly recommended.

If you’re looking for a one of a kind spa treatment why not indulge in a traditional turkish bath at Kilic Ali Pasa, an enchanting bathhouse built in the 16th century by the Ottomans themselves.

Distances from Istanbul Ataturk Airport to:

  • Istanbul World Trade Centre: approx. 1 kilometre by car
  • CNR Expo (conference centre): approx. 1 kilometre by car
  • Sultanahmet (old town): approx. 15 kilometres by car
  • Taksim Square (city centre): approx. 25 kilometres by car

Istanbul Atatürk Airport Facts:

Named in honour of the founder of the Turkish Republic – Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
It is the main international airport in Istanbul with the others being Istanbul Hezarfen Airfield and Sabiha Gökçen International Airport.

The airport is used for both commercial passenger flights and cargo flights.

The airport has three runways and two passenger terminals.
One terminal is used solely for international flights, whilst the second is used for domestic flights.

The airport is well connected to the city centre, located 30 minutes’ drive from the centre of Istanbul. The airport operates 24 hours a day and welcomes private aircraft – however it’s important to consider that this airport can become very congested in peak seasons.

Airport Codes: IST/LTBA
All common aircraft and weight classes can take off and land from this airport.
Runway operating hours: 24/7

Popular Jet Connection from Istanbul Airport: 

  • Istanbul Ataturk to Ankara Esenboğa (LTAC / ESB): approx. 55 minutes
  • Istanbul Ataturk to Milas Bodrum (LTFE / BJV): approx. 1 hour
  • Istanbul Ataturk to Izmir Adnan Menderes (LTBJ/ADB): approx. 55 minutes
  • Istanbul Ataturk to Gaziantep Oğuzeli (LTAJ/GZT): approx. 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Istanbul Ataturk to Antalya (LTAI/ AYT): approx. 1 hour

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Oxygen Aviation’s team of private jet and group charter experts are available to assist you 24/7 by phone: +44 1403 237 010 and Email: sales@oxygen.aero

Oxygen Aviation’s charter experts are available 24/7.  Enquire now for a free quotation. +44 1403 237 010