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As the capital of the second largest economy in the euro-zone and main tourist destination of the continent, Paris occupies a very special place in European aviation. Art, culture, gastronomy, fashion and a thriving economy have turned Paris into an international icon that attracts tourists and business travellers from the whole world.

How to get to Paris by private jet?

Paris boasts an airport entirely dedicated to business aviation at Le Bourget and two important commercial airports at Charles de Gaulle and Orly.


1. Paris Le Bourget Airport

This business aviation-only airport occupies the first spot in Europe’s traffic rankings. It is equipped with the largest amount of business aviation terminals in the whole of Europe and is blessed with a very central location. These are the reasons why it is by far the first choice for the large majority of private jet users in Paris.

  • ICAO code: LFPB

  • IATA code: LBA

  • Distance from central Paris: 16,5 KM

  • Runways: 25/07 (9.813 ft) | 21/03 (8.743 ft) | 27/09 (6.079 ft)

2. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

France’s main airport, with scheduled flights to hundreds of destinations worldwide. The use of this airport by private jets is normally restricted to passengers connecting onto a scheduled commercial flight.

  • ICAO Code: LFPG

  • IATA Code: CDG

  • Distance from central Paris: 26 KM

  • Runways: 26L/08R (8.858 ft) | 26R/08L (13.829 ft) | 27L/09R (13.780 ft) | 27R/09L (8.858 ft)

3. Paris Orly Airport

Despite its role as the main parisian airport for domestic flights and some European destinations, Orly is not particularly popular with business aviation users. Operations to/from Orly by private jet is usually restricted to passengers connecting onto a commercial scheduled flight.

  • ICAO Code: LFPO 

  • IATA Code: ORY

  • Distance from Central Paris: 17,5 KM

  • Runways: 20/02 (7.874 ft) | 24/06 (11.975 ft) | 26/08 (10.892 ft)


New York City has been described as the cultural, financial, and media capital of the world, significantly influencing commerce, entertainment, research, technology, education, politics, tourism, art, fashion, and sports.

New York is also one of the most visited cities in the world, especially by private jet, with Teteroboro Airport being the number one private jet airport in the world.
With 12 airports in total, the New York City area offers a wide choice of possible airports for private aviation as well as a large choice of FBOs (Private Jet Terminals).

The most popular private jet airports in New York City are:

  • Teterboro Airport

  • Westchester County Airport

  • LaGuardia Airport

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