There are few more quintessentially British events than The Championships tennis tournament held each year at the All England Tennis Club, Wimbledon during June/July.
Famous the world over, Wimbledon showcases the best players tennis has to offer such as Roger Federer, Novak Djockovic and Venus and Serena Williams going head to head to win England’s most prestigious tennis trophies. Popular with celebrities from across the world too, there are always famous faces and often Royalty in the stands watching the games take place.
Getting to Wimbledon couldn’t be easier, there are several airports which can accommodate a private jet to Wimbledon and our charter experts are on hand to assist.
Farnborough airport to Wimbledon
by road – 54 minutes
by helicopter – 15 minute flight + 15 minute drive
Biggin Hill airport to Wimbledon by road – 55 minutes
by helicopter – 8 minute flight + 15 minute drive
Gatwick airport to Wimbledon by road – 55 minutes
There are a whole range of private jets which we can arrange for your Wimbledon visit. Anything from the super sleek Learjet 75 shown above, perfect for 8 passengers to a brand new Gulfstream G500 for visitors from further afield. Looking for something different? Check out the wider range of private jets we can offer here.
Our private jet charter experts are ready to assist you with your private jet to Wimbledon 2019, contact us today on +442039600123 or email@example.com or send us a request here.
One of the latest aircraft to hit the private jet charter market is the Swiss manufactured Pilatus PC 24 Private Jet. Pilatus are the manufacturer of the well known PC12 which is a superb all round turboprop aircraft offering durability and comfort with incredible performance.
The PC24 is a jet aircraft combining the versatility of a turboprop with the cabin size of a medium-light jet and the performance of a light jet. This new business jet has outstanding short field performance allowing it to take off and land on unpaved and restrictive runways as short as 893 metres.
Pilatus have taken some of the unique characteristics of the PC12 such as the large cargo door at the rear of the aircraft. This generous cargo door makes loading quick and easy, no other business jet includes a this as standard. The cargo hold can take 10-12 bags standard bags or over/unusually sized items.
This aircraft is not only a private jet but can also be configured for air ambulance, cargo or humanitarian missions. In fact Australia’s Royal Flying Doctor Service have ordered 5 air ambulance configured PC24’s due to their remarkable durability.
The typical cabin layout for the PC24 in a business jet configuration will be six executive seats with a flat cabin floor, another uncommon feature and a 501 cu ft cabin.
If you want to charter the new Pilatus PC24 Private Jet or find out how much is a Pilatus PC24 to charter? Get in touch with our private jet experts on +44 20396 00123 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or request a quote here, we are available 24 hours a day to assist you.
One of the many benefits of flying on a private jet its the ability to get closer to your final destination than possible with a commercial airline. We’ve taken a look at the what are the busiest private jet airports in Europe based on the amount of traffic each airport handles.
Within the top 10 airports in Europe, 3 of these are based in London; Luton, Farnborough & Biggin Hill.
Of the top 10, surprisingly only 3 of the busiest private jet airports in Europe are exclusive to private jets only, these are; Paris Le Bourget, London Farnborough and London Biggin Hill Airport.
The rest of the top 10 is made up of capital cities and classic jet set locations that you might expect to be popular, check out the full list below and the number of private jet “movements” they had during 2017.
1. Paris Le Bourget – 50,684
2. Nice Cote d’Azur – 34,536
3. Geneva – 33,812
4. London Luton – 28,890
5. Zurich – 24,596
6. London Farnborough – 24,502
7. Milan Linate – 19,150
8. Moscow Vnukovo – 18,322
9. Rome Ciampino – 15,520
10. London Biggin Hill – 15,132
Each “movement” means either 1 take off or 1 landing, considering the numbers Paris Le Bourget was almost 50% busier than second place Nice.
Do you need a private jet charter to one of these airports or anywhere else? Get in touch with our private jet hire experts today on email@example.com or +442039600123 or send us a request.
When accidents happen and you need to get home, sometimes the only solution to travel safely is a private jet air ambulance.
What is a private jet Air Ambulance?
An air ambulance is a specially equipped aircraft; either a helicopter or a fixed wing plane whose sole priority is to transport and repatriate ill and unwell passengers who are not able to fly on regular airlines.
How do I know if I need a private jet Air Ambulance?
There is no right or wrong answer to this question, our team have assisted with transporting people around the world with a variety of conditions all differing in severity. The best way to find out is get in touch with the team and we can help you determine if an air ambulance is the best solution for you.
Is there a doctor on an private jet Air Ambulance?
Every air ambulance we arrange will have a doctor and nurse (or paramedic) on board. Specially trained in treating passengers during flights, depending on your requirements the medical
team on board will look after your every need while on board.
Can I take a passenger with me on board a private jet Air Ambulance?
Most air ambulances will allow one accompanying passenger on board during the flight. This is however, always.
Can I fly straight home on an Air Ambulance?
Sometimes yes, depending on the two locations involved, we can arrange for a direct flight. Occasionally if the distance is too great, such as South East Asia and the UK, the trip might require a brief stop for refuelling. This is always done as quick as possible with as little disruption to the patient.
How do I book an Air Ambulance?
The first thing to do is email or call dBB Aviation’s charter expert team. We will take some details from you such as; location of the patient, destination and preferred receiving hospital and some basic information on the patients condition. We will reach out to our network and present you with a variety of suitable options.
If you need help repatriating a loved one or have some questions about an air ambulance flight, get in touch for impartial advice and a free air ambulance quote from our charter experts today on +442039600123 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2019 Champions League final will be held on the 1st of June at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Spains capital, Madrid. It is the 64th season of Europe’s premier club football tournament where we see Liverpool go head to head with Tottenham.
dBB Aviation can organise a trip to Madrid from the UK on board a luxury 13 seat Legacy 650 or other private jets for as little as 2,100 GBP per person.
For more information contact your charter experts on +44 20 396 00123 or email us at email@example.com
Launching in 2014, Embraer’s Legacy 500 private jet has gone on to create a class of its own. Carrying up to 10 passengers, the Legacy 500 has been introduced to the market as a direct competitor. Competing against aircraft such as Bombardier’s Challenger 350 and Gulfstream’s G280.
The cabin height and width only differ by a few centimetres compared to the Challenger 350 and Gulfstream G280. Passengers compliment the Legacy 500 on how roomy the cabin feels thanks to its efficient design. With upgraded technology passengers are also very surprised by how quiet the aircraft is during flight. 7 windows on each side bathe the cabin in light continuing the spacious feel. With a flying range of up to 5,788km, the Legacy 500 private jet actually exceeded the distance anticipated by engineers in the design stage by 231km. The Legacy 500 will cruise at 45,000 ft, reaching the class benchmark set by its rival the Challenger 350.
The Legacy 500 stands apart from other aircraft for speed, take off distance required and on board technology. While travelling, passengers and crew enjoy a whole range of modern features. Currently priced at a cool $6 million dollars less than the Challenger 350, the Legacy 500 gives fantastic value considering what you get for your money.
A flat cabin floor, 6ft stand up cabin and low pressurisation make the Legacy 500 very comfortable to travel in. These features will leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed on arrival. The fully adjustable seats transform into a variety of different positions, allowing for both a productive office environment and a comfortable family setting.
Embraer’s Legacy 500 baggage hold is generous at 110 cubic feet and can take a large case per passenger plus hand luggage with ease. There’s also 45 cubic feet of baggage in the rear of the aircraft to compliment the main hold.
London has several airports serving the capital and often you can find yourself caught in rush hour traffic adding considerable time to your journey.
Why not take the stress out of airport transfers and book a London airport helicopter transfer with dBB Aviation. With two dedicated heliports serving London, we can get you to the airport in minutes rather than hours. Serving west London, Battersea heliport is located minutes from the likes of Mayfair, Chelsea and Holland Park. If you’re located in east London, Falcon heliport is only minutes drive from Canary Wharf and the City of London.
A transfer to/from London Biggin Hill Airport takes only 8 minutes in a twin engine Agusta 109 allowing you to arrive stress free. Battersea heliport has a comfortable lounge which you to relax in prior to you flight should you wish. Alternatively, you can arrive just minutes before your departure and board the helicopter.
How long is a helicopter flight from London to the airport?
Stansted – Battersea/Falcon Heliport = 15mins
Luton – Battersea/Falcon Heliport = 15mins
Farnborough – Battersea/Falcon Heliport = 13mins
Biggin Hill – Battersea/Falcon Heliport = 8mins
Did you know dBB Aviation can arrange helicopter flights to and from any location in addition to London?
Get in touch with our private jet & helicopter charter experts on firstname.lastname@example.org for a free quote for your next London airport helicopter transfer or call +44 20396 00123.
The Learjet 75 is one of the latest private jets to role off of Bombardier’s production line. Physically, the air frame of the Learjet 75 is very similar to the older Learjet 45. The entire aircraft has been re-modelled and brought up to date in order to create a truly luxurious private jet.
Designed for ultimate privacy and comfort, the flat floor allows ease of movement and the pocket door reduces noise levels. The Learjet 75 has a whole range of tech on board. Boasting an advanced cabin management system, integrated speakers and personal touch screen monitors that stow or deploy as you need.
Bombardier’s Learjet 75 is the fastest private jet in its category and has a impressive range even with a full 8 passenger load. Offering a high level of comfort, the double club seating configuration is a hit with all types of travellers. Proven to be a very popular aircraft with our customers all year round we look forward to welcoming you aboard.
If you would like more information on the Learjet 75 for your next private jet charter flight, get in touch with our private jet experts on email@example.com or call us 24/7 on +44 (0)20 396 00123
With a winding circuit that swoops through the streets of the glamorous Monte Carlo, winning a Monaco Grand Prix is every formula 1 drivers dream. This years Monaco Grand Prix will take place on the 26th May 2019 and once again bring the tiny principality to a stand still.
The Monaco Grand Prix attracts a large amount of private jets and each year both Nice and Cannes airports operate to capacity during this week. If you are thinking about travelling to the race, we recommend booking your private jet to the Monaco Grand Prix as early as possible in order to secure the best aircraft choice and slot availability.
Why not take advantage of a helicopter transfer to the Monaco Grand Prix from your private jet? If you are travelling to Nice or Cannes by private jet, a helicopter transfer to Monaco is the only way to arrive and gets you to the heart of the action by avoiding all the road traffic.
Summer is only around the corner and its time to start thinking about where you might jet off to for some much needed sunshine. We’ve selected our pick of Europe’s top private jet destinations for 2019 and good news! They are only few hours away no matter where you are on the continent.
We’ve put together a rundown of 3 of the most popular locations below.
Nice, Cannes, Toulon-Hyeres, St Tropez-La Mole Airports
Popular with jet setters all year round the Cote d’Azur is a must visit location in the summer, take a stroll along one of the promenades, experience fine dining across the city or explore one of France’s premier artists at the Musée Matisse. Heading to Monaco? Nice is only 30 minutes drive by road or why not allow for dBB Aviation to arrange a helicopter transfer getting you to Monaco heliport in just 10 minutes.
One way prices on a private jet from London to Nice starting at: £5,800 GBP
Return prices (2 nts) London to Nice from: £8,000 GBP
Empty leg prices London to Nice from: £2,300 GBP
Recommended private jet for this flight: Nextant 400XTi or Citation CJ2
Blue skies, golden beaches and fantastic seafood are just a few of the reasons why the Algarve is one of our most in demand destinations every year. Find your perfect setting and take your pick from a whole host of villas, 5* hotels or quaint guesthouses. Villamoura marina offers a fantastic location to meet your yacht and take in the breeze from the Atlantic.
One way prices on a private jet from London to Faro from: £8,500 GBP
Return prices (2 nts) London to Faro from: £13,000 GBP
Empty leg prices London to Faro from: £5,500 GBP
Recommended private jet for this flight: Citation XLS or Phenom 300
Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, Menorca Airports
Ibiza’s unrivalled night life is just one of the reasons that the White Isle is so popular each year. With opening parties looming, now is the perfect time to book your trip. If you’re looking for something a little less intense, one of Menorca’s beautiful beaches is sure to hit the spot and if cycling or hiking is more your thing, the mountainous terrain and fantastic scenery of Majorca make for a perfect tour.
One way prices on a private jet from London to Ibiza from: £8,100 GBP
Return prices (2 nts) London to Ibiza from: £12,500 GBP
Empty leg prices London to Ibiza from: £6,000 GBP
Recommended private jet for this flight: Citation Latitude or Legacy 500
dBB Aviation are always happy to provide advice and guidance at any stage to make sure your needs are met entirely. If you’re looking at flights to one of our top private jet destinations for 2019 mentioned in this article or anywhere else worldwide, why not contact one of our private jet charter experts on firstname.lastname@example.org or +44(0)2039600123 today for a free quote today.