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FLY BY PRIVATE JET BETWEEN PARIS & NEW YORK

FLY BY PRIVATE JET BETWEEN PARIS & NEW YORK

Private jet to Paris
New York City
Private jet to Paris
New York City

PARIS

Private Jet Paris to New York

Paris:

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. Paris is home to many iconic sights such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and the Arc de Triomphe. The city plays host to a variety of high-calibre events throughout the year, luxury fashion brands like Chanel, Dior, and Valentino present exclusive collections at haute couture shows here every January.  If you have children, why not surprise them with a trip to Disneyland?

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

Paris Le Bourget Airport is Europe’s busiest business aviation airport, dedicated exclusively to private aviation.

With more private jet charter terminal (FBO) facilities than any other European Airport and well-located for the city centre, the airport is the top choice for private flights in and out of Paris.

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.

The closest of Paris’s three airports to the centre of town, Le Bourget is a true hub for business aviation. With numerous private terminals to choose from, each offering exceptional levels of service, passengers can expect a seamless and rapid transfer onto their aircraft.

Due to the lack of commercial flights to plan around, jets can taxi and take off in the fastest possible time.

A large number of aircraft operators are based at the airfield offering many aircraft types available for charter to destinations worldwide.

A charter flight from Paris Le Bourget to Geneva Cointrin (GVA) takes just under an hour.

Zurich and the ski resorts of the Swiss Alps are also conveniently accessible by helicopter.

The flight from Paris Le Bourget to Nice (NCE) takes a little over an hour. From the city on the Côte d’Azur, it is a mere 20 kilometres along the coast to Monaco – a short journey by helicopter.

Flights from Paris Le Bourget to London Luton (LTN) by private jet last approximately an hour, and the English capital is only an hour and a half away by car, or 20 minutes with a helicopter.

In order to minimise noise pollution for local residents, the use of reverse thrusters and take-offs of aircraft weighing over 5.7 tonnes between 10.15pm and 6am is prohibited. For small planes, however, landing is possible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  • ICAO code: LFPB
  • IATA code: LBG
  • Take-off operating hours: 6am to 10.15pm Local
  • Paris city centre: approx. 11 kilometres away by car
  • La Défense business district: approx. 20 kilometres away by car
  • Palace of Versailles: approx. 30 kilometres away by car

Charter flights from Paris Le Bourget can reach a wide variety of destinations in very little time:

  • Paris Le Bourget – Geneva (LSGG / GVA): approx. 1 hour 10 minutes
  • Paris Le Bourget – Nice (LFMN / NCE): approx. 1 hour 25 minutes
  • Paris Le Bourget – London Farnborough (EGLF / FAB): approx. 1 hour 20 minutes

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. Charles de Gaulle International Airport is located 20 miles northeast of the city centre of Paris, and within easy reach of the city’s political and business districts.  You can reach the centre of Paris in around 30 minutes, or a helicopter charter service can be used to get you to Le Mans or the centre of Paris in a short flight.

  • ICAO Code: LFPG
  • IATA Code: CDG
  • Distance from central Paris: 26 KM

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.

Paris Orly Airport is located 10 miles south of the city centre of Paris, and within easy reach of the city’s business and leisure districts. Your driver can get you to the centre of Paris in around 20 minutes, or a helicopter charter service can be used to get you to Le Mans or Reims in just a short flight.

  • ICAO Code: LFPO 
  • IATA Code: ORY
  • Distance from Central Paris: 17,5 KM

NEW YORK

As the largest metropolitan area in the world New York City is often 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 attracts record numbers of tourists each year.

There are many iconic landmarks to take in during your visit including; Times Square, Broadway, The Empire State Building, Ground Zero and the Statue of Liberty to name a few.

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 airports in New York City are:

Teterboro Airport (TEB)
Located just on the other side of the Hudson River, a short drive away from Midtown Manhattan in nearby New Jersey.
Teterboro Airport serves as the primary private jet airport of choice for Manhattan and the whole New York City area.
It is one of the busiest private jet airports in the world and serves as a base for all size and types of business jets.
With so many aircraft on call in Teterboro Airport (TEB) at a moment’s notice, we can have you off the ground in 2hrs or less.
The airport has 5 state-of-the-art FBO’s.
24h opening hours and the ability to operate in various weather conditions.

Aircraft options are abundant, from turboprops (King Air 200, Pilatus PC-12, and Cessna Grand Caravan), very light jets (Phenom 100, Eclipse 500), light jets (Beechjet 400A, Learjet 35A, and Hawker 400XP), midsize jets (Citation III, Hawker 800XP, and Learjet 55), super midsize (Gulfstream G-200, Citation X, and Citation Sovereign), to large jets (Gulfstream GIV-SP, Challenger 604,and Gulfstream G-450).There are also many ultra-long-range aircraft available in Teterboro like Gulfstream V, the Global Express, the Falcon 7X, and Gulfstream G-550.Popular

Places to visit near Teterboro airport include:

New York—one of the busiest cities in the world—attracts millions of business travelers worldwide.
Long Island – is in southeastern New York State, the largest island in the continental United States with great vacation spots.
Newark—on the west bank of the Hudson River, offers a rich culture, festivals, and historic sites.
Hamptons—a famous seaside resort consists of several villages and hamlets on the eastern tip of Long Island

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
The busiest international airport for air passengers in the United States. It is located 24 km from midtown Manhattan.  It’s New York City’s main airport for scheduled aircraft flights, but only handles a small share of New York City’s private aviation.
Whilst it’s not the nearest airport, it does offer easy access to the city.

LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
The third busiest airport serving New York City. Situated in Queens only 10 miles away from downtown Manhattan. While it’s physically closer to downtown Manhattan, its role as a major commercial airport makes it a less popular choice for private travelers. LGA does not offer customs services.  Private aviation can be welcomed but has no priority. This airport can be used for VIP airliners and has a runway size of 2.1 km.

Westchester County Airport (HPN)
Westchester County Airport, also known as “White Plains Airport,” is an airport situated just over 30 miles from Manhattan and in close proximity to parts of Connecticut. It is the clear option for those booking private jet to White Plains. Most of the flights to and from the airport are private jets and chartered aircraft for business. Fewer than a quarter of the flights are commercial. That means that it is a much less crowded option than JFK and LaGuardia.
At only 30 miles from the heart of NYC, and close to multiple affluent communities in the upper New York region, Westchester County Airport is often a wise choice.

Republic Airport (FRG)
Located 64 km from the Manhattan business district of Farmingdale in the heart of Long Island in Nassau County. Located east of Queens those that fly by private jet to FRG often comment on an outstanding luxury experience, with business and personal amenities that make the trip more pleasant and a proximity to critical locations that is very convenient.

Queens – 26 miles
Brooklyn – 32 miles
Long Beach – 21 miles

Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP)
Located around 80 km east of Manhattan. It is located in Long Island, New York.
This quaint commercial airport contains four runways, two helipads and is a very popular choice for private jet charter flights.
Just one mile from the Long Island Railroad, Islip boasts a viable alternative to the congested New York City International Airports JFK and LaGuardia.

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For 2 days, MIPIM NY will offer change makers and tech innovators a platform for networking, debate, and the latest industry insights.

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PARIS

Private Jet Paris to New York

Paris:

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. Paris is home to many iconic sights such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and the Arc de Triomphe. The city plays host to a variety of high-calibre events throughout the year, luxury fashion brands like Chanel, Dior, and Valentino present exclusive collections at haute couture shows here every January.  If you have children, why not surprise them with a trip to Disneyland?

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

Paris Le Bourget Airport is Europe’s busiest business aviation airport, dedicated exclusively to private aviation.

With more private jet charter terminal (FBO) facilities than any other European Airport and well-located for the city centre, the airport is the top choice for private flights in and out of Paris.

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.

The closest of Paris’s three airports to the centre of town, Le Bourget is a true hub for business aviation. With numerous private terminals to choose from, each offering exceptional levels of service, passengers can expect a seamless and rapid transfer onto their aircraft.

Due to the lack of commercial flights to plan around, jets can taxi and take off in the fastest possible time.

A large number of aircraft operators are based at the airfield offering many aircraft types available for charter to destinations worldwide.

A charter flight from Paris Le Bourget to Geneva Cointrin (GVA) takes just under an hour.

Zurich and the ski resorts of the Swiss Alps are also conveniently accessible by helicopter.

The flight from Paris Le Bourget to Nice (NCE) takes a little over an hour. From the city on the Côte d’Azur, it is a mere 20 kilometres along the coast to Monaco – a short journey by helicopter.

Flights from Paris Le Bourget to London Luton (LTN) by private jet last approximately an hour, and the English capital is only an hour and a half away by car, or 20 minutes with a helicopter.

In order to minimise noise pollution for local residents, the use of reverse thrusters and take-offs of aircraft weighing over 5.7 tonnes between 10.15pm and 6am is prohibited. For small planes, however, landing is possible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  • ICAO code: LFPB
  • IATA code: LBG
  • Take-off operating hours: 6am to 10.15pm Local
  • Paris city centre: approx. 11 kilometres away by car
  • La Défense business district: approx. 20 kilometres away by car
  • Palace of Versailles: approx. 30 kilometres away by car

Charter flights from Paris Le Bourget can reach a wide variety of destinations in very little time:

  • Paris Le Bourget – Geneva (LSGG / GVA): approx. 1 hour 10 minutes
  • Paris Le Bourget – Nice (LFMN / NCE): approx. 1 hour 25 minutes
  • Paris Le Bourget – London Farnborough (EGLF / FAB): approx. 1 hour 20 minutes

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. Charles de Gaulle International Airport is located 20 miles northeast of the city centre of Paris, and within easy reach of the city’s political and business districts.  You can reach the centre of Paris in around 30 minutes, or a helicopter charter service can be used to get you to Le Mans or the centre of Paris in a short flight.

  • ICAO Code: LFPG
  • IATA Code: CDG
  • Distance from central Paris: 26 KM

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.

Paris Orly Airport is located 10 miles south of the city centre of Paris, and within easy reach of the city’s business and leisure districts. Your driver can get you to the centre of Paris in around 20 minutes, or a helicopter charter service can be used to get you to Le Mans or Reims in just a short flight.

  • ICAO Code: LFPO 
  • IATA Code: ORY
  • Distance from Central Paris: 17,5 KM

NEW YORK

As the largest metropolitan area in the world New York City is often 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 attracts record numbers of tourists each year.

There are many iconic landmarks to take in during your visit including; Times Square, Broadway, The Empire State Building, Ground Zero and the Statue of Liberty to name a few.

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 airports in New York City are:

Teterboro Airport (TEB)
Located just on the other side of the Hudson River, a short drive away from Midtown Manhattan in nearby New Jersey.
Teterboro Airport serves as the primary private jet airport of choice for Manhattan and the whole New York City area.
It is one of the busiest private jet airports in the world and serves as a base for all size and types of business jets.
With so many aircraft on call in Teterboro Airport (TEB) at a moment’s notice, we can have you off the ground in 2hrs or less.
The airport has 5 state-of-the-art FBO’s.
24h opening hours and the ability to operate in various weather conditions.

Aircraft options are abundant, from turboprops (King Air 200, Pilatus PC-12, and Cessna Grand Caravan), very light jets (Phenom 100, Eclipse 500), light jets (Beechjet 400A, Learjet 35A, and Hawker 400XP), midsize jets (Citation III, Hawker 800XP, and Learjet 55), super midsize (Gulfstream G-200, Citation X, and Citation Sovereign), to large jets (Gulfstream GIV-SP, Challenger 604,and Gulfstream G-450).There are also many ultra-long-range aircraft available in Teterboro like Gulfstream V, the Global Express, the Falcon 7X, and Gulfstream G-550.Popular

Places to visit near Teterboro airport include:

New York—one of the busiest cities in the world—attracts millions of business travelers worldwide.
Long Island – is in southeastern New York State, the largest island in the continental United States with great vacation spots.
Newark—on the west bank of the Hudson River, offers a rich culture, festivals, and historic sites.
Hamptons—a famous seaside resort consists of several villages and hamlets on the eastern tip of Long Island

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
The busiest international airport for air passengers in the United States. It is located 24 km from midtown Manhattan.  It’s New York City’s main airport for scheduled aircraft flights, but only handles a small share of New York City’s private aviation.
Whilst it’s not the nearest airport, it does offer easy access to the city.

LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
The third busiest airport serving New York City. Situated in Queens only 10 miles away from downtown Manhattan. While it’s physically closer to downtown Manhattan, its role as a major commercial airport makes it a less popular choice for private travelers. LGA does not offer customs services.  Private aviation can be welcomed but has no priority. This airport can be used for VIP airliners and has a runway size of 2.1 km.

Westchester County Airport (HPN)
Westchester County Airport, also known as “White Plains Airport,” is an airport situated just over 30 miles from Manhattan and in close proximity to parts of Connecticut. It is the clear option for those booking private jet to White Plains. Most of the flights to and from the airport are private jets and chartered aircraft for business. Fewer than a quarter of the flights are commercial. That means that it is a much less crowded option than JFK and LaGuardia.
At only 30 miles from the heart of NYC, and close to multiple affluent communities in the upper New York region, Westchester County Airport is often a wise choice.

Republic Airport (FRG)
Located 64 km from the Manhattan business district of Farmingdale in the heart of Long Island in Nassau County. Located east of Queens those that fly by private jet to FRG often comment on an outstanding luxury experience, with business and personal amenities that make the trip more pleasant and a proximity to critical locations that is very convenient.

Queens – 26 miles
Brooklyn – 32 miles
Long Beach – 21 miles

Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP)
Located around 80 km east of Manhattan. It is located in Long Island, New York.
This quaint commercial airport contains four runways, two helipads and is a very popular choice for private jet charter flights.
Just one mile from the Long Island Railroad, Islip boasts a viable alternative to the congested New York City International Airports JFK and LaGuardia.

Fly to MIPIM 29-30 November 2023:

MIPIM launches a new 2-day U.S. event for the fast-changing New York real estate industry. MIPIM NY will connect all the players accelerating change towards a more sustainable, user-centric and profitable real estate sector in New York. Building on the global network of MIPIM exhibitions, which bring together investorscity leaders and experts in the built environment..

For 2 days, MIPIM NY will offer change makers and tech innovators a platform for networking, debate, and the latest industry insights.

Dates: 29-30 November 2023
Address: Javits Center, New York City

Simply click the black button below for a free quote for your next flight:

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