Hire a private jet between Albert and Edinburgh

  Both Albert and Edinburgh offer exceptional explorations of cultural and military history going back hundreds of years, including palaces, cathedrals, and museums. You will find superb accommodations in chateaus, estates or the world-famous Balmoral Hotel. Let LunaJets offers a private jet charter so you can focus on enjoying your stay in Albert and Edinburgh.  

Which are the best airports to travel between Edinburgh and Albert?

 Our private aviation advisors recommend Albert-Picardie airport for travel to and from Albert; and the recommended airport for Edinburgh is Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

EDI - EGPH

Albert Bray, Albert, France (LFAQ)

BYF - LFAQ

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What can you do in Albert?

Musee Somme 1916

Immerse yourself in World War I History in Albert
Visit Musée somme 1916

Once your flight lands, a must-have is to explore the gripping history housed 10 metres underground in the Musee Somme 1916. It depicts 12 scenes from the trenches of the 1916 Franco-British offensive and is translated into English, French, Dutch, and German for most travellers to enjoy.

Basilique Notre-Dame de Brebières

Albert, France : Basilique Notre-Dame de Brebières
View over Albert

The Basilica of Our Lady of Brebieres inspires visitors with its extravagant design and religious significance. An outside gallery lets you walk around the bell tower to take in the views of the city. Part of the basilica acts as a museum dedicated to the Battle of Somme in 1916.

Musee de L'Epopee et de l'Industrie Aeronautique

overview of various aircrafts
Visit le musée L'Epopée

Visit the Musee de L'Epopee et de l'Industrie Aeronautique to learn about french aeronautic history. They have several types of planes on display as well as antique aircraft memorabilia. The staff lets you explore the site at will, so don’t be afraid to climb into the cockpit.

Where can you stay in Albert?

Chateau De Barive

Views of the chateau in Albert. Domaine de Barive
Stay in Domaine De Barive

Situated in the beautiful countryside, Chateau De Barive provides a luxury setting complete with complementary dressing gowns. This lovely chateau lets you live like French royalty as you enjoy the libraries, terraces, restaurant, bar, and indoor pool. Room service and continental breakfast are also available.

Tiara Chateau Hotel Mont Royal

aerial view  of the chateau
Rest in Tiara Chateau

This chateau is located in a quiet region south of Oise, which is also conveniently near Paris. Contemporary French interior design couples with a pinch of modern design for a balance of grandeur and groundedness. Amenities include restaurants, bars, a gym, spas, an indoor pool, sauna, and more.

Where to eat in Albert?

La basilique

La basilique. The menu changes every season, the Chef proposes different meals during the year. Every day, they serve dishes like a bistro to suit your stomach.

L’Auberge de la Vallée d’Ancre

In L’Auberge de la Vallée d’Ancre You can find some of the chef's specialities on your plates such as smoked eel, Picardy ficelle, sweetbreads with forest sauce, scallop carpaccio, terrine of foie gras or pear and saffron tiramisu from Morlancourt.

A wide choice of more than fifteen regional cheeses will also be offered.

Aerial view of Albert

What can you do in Edinburgh?

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle during summer, Scotland.
Visit Edinburgh castle

Edinburgh Castle lets you step back in time to experience life as a Scot in the late 16th century. Learn about Scottish history from the relics housed within, such as the Stone of Destiny and the Honours of Scotland, the oldest Crown jewels in the UK. An onsite restaurant provides a nice midday snack. Just don’t be alarmed by the daily firing of the turret gun.

Palace of Hollyrood House

The Palace of Holyroodhouse viewed from the Forecourt
The Palace of Holyroodhouse

For a more luxurious setting, check out the Palace of Hollyrood House, which is the official Scottish residence of the Queen. Tour the several State Apartments, ruins, and royal gardens housed within the 12th-century abbey. The Queen’s Gallery showcases selections from the Royal Collection.

Scottish National Gallery

Royal Scottish Academy building, viewed from the South (2005)
Visit the national art gallery of Scotland

Enjoy the fine art housed within the Scottish National Gallery. Works of art from ancient to modern are on display, and with several exhibits in rotation, there’s always something new to discover.

Where can you stay in Edinburgh?

The Balmoral Hotel

Stay at Balmoral hotel
The Balmoral hotel

The skyline of Edinburgh would not be complete without the iconic clock tower of the Balmoral Hotel. On the border between Old Town and New Town, the Balmoral Hotel provides unparalleled locational convenience. Banquet with friends in the private dining rooms overlooking the city while chefs prepare a menu specially curated to match your specific taste. The Balmoral's Poet-in-Residence reads traditional Gaelic poetry and composes new works to commemorate guest celebrations. A plethora of other experiences abound, including gin and whiskey tastings, golf courses, and even guided tours of cashmere and tartan mills.

Prestonfield House

Facade of the Prestonfield House
Stay at Prestonfield House

An elite experience awaits you at the Prestonfield House. Enjoy the bar service in any public room while receiving a complimentary shoe shine. Then bounce down to the croquet lawn, putting green on the 18-hole golf course. If you book directly through their website, you receive a free bottle of champagne in your room. Come and go in style using their valet parking, chauffeur car service or helicopter landing facility.

Where to eat in Edinburgh?

CONDITA

Condita offers a surprise for customers, there isn’t a choice for them. Do you have at least 3 hours to eat? The tasting menu deserves it! Dining is only with reservation. They are open evenings from Tuesday to Saturday.

The Scran & Scallie

Rustic and charming with a bit of Scandinavian influence. the restaurant presents a Seasonal menu focused on great Scottish food with ingredients from the best local suppliers.

Aerial view of Edinburgh

Why should you rent a private jet with LunaJets?

LunaJets is a highly trusted purveyor of luxury air travel in Europe. They provide dedicated advisors to clients 24/7 worldwide and are based in London, Geneva, Paris, Monaco, and Gstaad. In 2020, they chartered over 6,000 flights, making them the leader in Europe. So, book your flight today.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many airports does Edinburgh have?

Just one, the airport is located 12km away from the centre of Edinburgh and despite this, it’s one of the busiest airports in the United Kingdom.

How far is Picardie airport from Albert?

5 km from Albert is the distance between the airport and the centre of Albert. It takes less than 10 minutes by car to reach your destination.