The Rugby World Cup 2023 attracts millions of viewers from around the world making it one of the most watched sporting events globally. The famous rugby tournament will be returning to Europe between Friday 08th September until the 28th October 2023. In this period, over 40 matches will be played across France bringing together top global athletes in the sport.
Private jet charter aircraft and helicopter transfers have long allowed teams, corporate groups and spectators to travel to the matches on their chosen schedule. The 2023 matches are no different with dBB Aviation preparing to fly new and current clients across Europe and the globe to arrive in time for each match.
Our team are on call to assist you to hire a private jet to fly to your one or more matches or to create a multi-leg trip throughout the tournament to arrive refreshed at the events.
Which Airport should I fly to?
Here is how to land and reach the matches by road as soon as possible to get you closer to the action:
Stade de France – 20 minute drive from Paris Le Bourget airport
Stade Pierre Mauroy – 10 minute drive from Lillie Airport
Stadium de Toulouse – 20 minute drive from Toulouse-Blagnac airport
Stade de la Beaujoire – 22 minute drive from Nantes Atlantique airport
Stade Velodrome – 35 minute drive from Le Castellet Airport
OL Stadium – 15 minute drive from Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport
Stade Geoffroy Guichard – 20 minute drive from Saint-Étienne–Loire Airport
Stade de Nice – 12 minute drive from Aéroport Nice Côte d’Azur
Stade de Bourdeaux – 25 minute drive from Bordeaux Airport
For advice to hire a private jet to the Rugby World Cup 2023, contact our sales team on +44 (0) 20 396 00123 or email@example.com.
Travel across the world has been disrupted significantly due to the Covid 19 outbreak. Earlier in the year, travel was mainly only possible within countries or to re-patriate passengers. However, as countries began to ease their travel restrictions, either due to falling cases or to bolster tourism economies. We have started to see leisure and business travel begin to return, albeit at lower than normal levels. As we wait for a vaccine, rapid testing or the eventual disappearance of Covid 19, flying by private jet is a great way to travel while continuing to mitigate your exposure risk to Covid 19.
How Does Private Jet Travel Reduce Exposure To Covid 19?
Many of the benefits to private jet travel directly translate into reducing exposure risk, these include;
Dedicated use of the aircraft for you and your family – No sitting near strangers on large aircraft for long periods.
Arrive at the airport minutes before you fly and leave the airport moments after landing – Dedicated security and immigration channels reduce waiting time to the bare minimum.
Flying from private terminals where possible – No need to be amongst large crowds for long periods.
Private jets are regularly sanitised – The frequency of cleaning regimes has increased due to Covid 19 to further reduce risk.
Crew members and private terminal staff wear PPE and socially distance as much as practicable.
Some travel restrictions are still in place across Europe and the World and these change regularly. Our dedicated team is ready to help you with any Covid 19 travel restrictions and potential quarantine requirements. Contact us today and we will help you with checking the feasibility of any trip.
If you are thinking of travelling our team are ready to assist with advice, guidance and no obligation quotes to help you get to where you need to be as safely as possible.
One of March’s hottest business events is MIPIM (Le marché international des professionnels de l’immobilier. The international market of real estate professionals) held annually at the Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France. This year taking place between the 9th-13th of March.
Gathering the most influential leaders from the global property industry, the conference centres around 4 days of networking, learning and discovery. MIPIM brings together over 26,000 participants including 3,800 CEO & C level professionals across the full value chain from Investors to Developers, Hoteliers and beyond.
Around the exhibition you’ll find representation from a diverse range of business areas including; residential, retail and office to name a few. In addition to the private sector you’ll also find city and local authorities flying the flag for their city. All delegates attending are looking for opportunities to build, design, develop, redevelop and promote.
2020 sees the 31st anniversary of MIPIM and the conference has the theme of engaging the future and durability. Keen to foster a lasting, positive impact in each and every built environment, key questions across the meeting will be;
How to choose the best strategies that benefit over the longer term?
What are the best strategies to ensure people’s quality of life?
How to commit responsible practices and employ existing resources optimally?
Hire a private jet to MIPIM (Cannes) with prices starting at 5,400 GBP from London, 3,300 EUR from Paris and 17,500 from Moscow dBB Aviation can fly you direct to Cannes in comfort.
With a fantastic history stretching back to 1815, The Festival is one of British horse racing’s oldest and greatest highlights.
In fact, the course actually had to change location twice between 1815 and 1831 due to local opposition. From its early turbulent years Cheltenham racecourse finally settled in its current location in 1898. Introduced to The Festival in 1924, the famous Gold Cup race sealed the meeting as one of the highlights of the calendar. Visited by over 265,000 racegoers each year, all eager to see the finest participants compete.
28 incredible races take place over 4 days with a prize pot of over £4.5 million to be won. Therefore, some of the biggest names in racing turn out to challenge in the highest profile jumps racing. The Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase and prestigious Cheltenham Gold Cup are just some of the big name races.
Where is Cheltenham Racecourse?
Located in the south east of England, Cheltenham racecourse is better known as “The Home of Jump Racing”. The course is over 3 hours drive from London and Manchester when taking traffic into account. Flying by helicopter to Cheltenham festival can reduce this down to only 45 minutes. Meaning that over the course of the 4 day meeting that could be a saving of up to 18 hours travel time.
dBB Aviation can arrange helicopters seating up from 4 to 16 passengers for flights direct to the racecourse. We can pick you up from anywhere in the UK meaning you arrive at The Festival stress free.
Contact our helicopter hire experts today for a free no obligation quote for a helicopter to the Cheltenham Festival. View the range of helicopters on offer here or speak with one of the team for their recommendation. You can request a quote by phone, email or via our website and we are available 24 hours a day to assist.
Well known for fantastic skiing, St Moritz has another ace up its sleeve. In January St Moritz hosts a unique sceptical, the annual Snow Polo World Cup. Since 1985, the snow polo tournament has been hosted here and is currently the only high goal polo tournament played on snow.
Located in a fantastic natural setting on a frozen lake in the Engadin Valley, the event offers a unique atmosphere. Gourmet food, champagne in the stands and complimentary social events make it an event not to be missed. Each year, the event takes place over the last weekend of January with 2020 marking the 36th meeting held between the 24th and 26th of January.
The tournament takes most of the year to plan and over 3 weeks to set up. With an outlay of over 2.5 million francs the tournament is economical beneficial to the local area due to its distinctive blend of nature, cocktails, sport and parties.
If you want to charter a private jet or helicopter transfer to the Snow Polo World Cup contact us today. Our team of dedicated charter experts are available 24 hours a day to assist you. We would be very happy to talk you through the range of options for travelling to St Moritz.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) takes place annually in the alpine resort of Davos, Switzerland. One of the busiest events each year for private jet charter people come from across the world to attend. Each year in January over 1,000 private flights will take place to and from the surrounding airports. Samedan, St Gallen, Zurich, Innsbruck & Friedrichshafen and sometimes further afield all see an increase in traffic across the 4 day itinerary.
Its not unusual for over 200 public figures from across the world to be involved with the conference. G20 leaders, UN members, current & former presidents and prime ministers, billionaires, tech pioneers, social entrepreneurs and celebrities will attend. In addition over 2,500 business leaders from across the globe will travel to Davos.
What does the World Economic Forum do?
The World Economic Forum is the International Organisation for Public-Private Cooperation. Established in 1971 the WEF is a not-for-profit foundation focusing on driving entrepreneurship across the world in the global public interest while upholding the highest standards of governance. In a nutshell, ensuring that both public and private companies are driving forward on issues such as the environment, poverty, technology, business sciences and government to name a few issues. You can learn more about the WEF at https://www.weforum.org/
Why is the World Economic Forum so busy for Private Jets?
Time is money. Considering the wealth and status of the attendees, businesses and governments will send their top staff to the WEF. While attending many will expect business to continue as normal, especially for the worlds politicians who will be in attendance.
How do I get from the airport to the World Economic Forum?
It can take up to 2 hours to travel by road to Davos, many of the most time pressured attendees will book a helicopter transfer. By far the most time efficient way to get to the conference, you can be picked up from the stairs of your private jet and on the helicopter within minutes of landing. Flight time to Davos will depend on the airport which you land into but will be around 20-30 minutes.
Why is my private jet delayed during the World Economic Forum?
Over the 4 day period its likely that airports in the region will suffer from Air Traffic Control delays due to the influx of private jets. As there will be many more aircraft to manage Air Traffic Control will enforce windows of arrival and departure to ensure the most safe and efficient traffic management which may cause a delay to your flight.
Book a Private Jet to the World Economic Forum
People often ask us, how do I book a private jet to the World Economic Forum? Our private jet experts can help you with booking a private jet charter to the WEF.
Booking in advance is the best way to secure your preferred travel itinerary. There are several factors which will need to be considered when booking such as; obtaining airport slots and parking, private jet availability, permits (if travelling from outside the EU. Our charter experts will help and advise you through this process when booking and through out your flight.
Contact our private jet charter experts today on +44(0)2039600123 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote for your private flight to Davos.
The 2019/20 Game shooting season is underway across the UK and Europe and our team are ready to assist with your travel needs for your next shoot.
dBB Aviation can help you reach remote spots in the UK and Europe with a private jet or helicopter charter for Game Shooting. Whether its North Yorkshire for Grouse or Devon for Pheasants we can arrange a helicopter for same day events. If your taking a longer trip to Scotland, France or Spain or anywhere else, flying privately will allow you to arrive stress free and refreshed ready for a busy day.
Did you know when you charter a private jet for the game shooting we can also arrange for your sporting equipment, guns and even dogs to travel on board the aircraft removing the hassle of taking commercial airlines.
Deauville in north west France is one of the key annual destinations if you are part of the equestrian world. As the main horse breeding region in France, Deauville and the surrounding countryside is home to many stud farms and equestrian industry. In addition the city has 2 racecourses, the Deauville- La Touques Racecourse and Hippodrome de Clairefontaine. Each year in August, the world renowned Ventes de Deauvillle yearling auction takes place and people come from the world over to grab themselves a bargain colt or filly.
The three most important races that occur in Deauville ever year are the following: Le Maurice de Gheest, Le Jacques le Marois, and Le Morny. More recently Le Prix d’Astarte, (Prix Rothschild) and Le Prix Romanet have gained more prestige in the racing world. Le Grand Prix de Deauville, though not a Group 1 race, remains very prestigious.
The area is rich in history and due to its horse racing links the city is twinned with Lexington, Kentucky and County Kildare in Ireland. Deauville has diversified its equestrian offering over the years and now hosts competitions other than simply racing. Including: Polo tournaments, horse shows and the European championship of miniature horses. You can see a lit of previous winners and prizes here.
Getting to Deauville
Although the city has its own airport, only a handful of seasonal routes operate during summer which makes getting to Deauville difficult via commercial means. Why not hire a private jet to Deauville and take stress out of the journey. Travelling by private jet to Deauville can save over 4 hours compared to travelling via Paris or driving.
Our experts can help arrange a private jet to Deauville ranging from 4 seat Very Light Jets to Commercial Airliners carrying several hundred passengers. dBB Aviation’s team of experts can help you fly directly to Deauville with dedicated private jet hire and are ready to help you today.
Why not give us a call on +442039600123 to obtain a free quote today. Alternatively, you can email the team on email@example.com and one of our experts will be in touch within minutes.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a request here.
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
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