Hire a private jet charter between Faro and Dublin

A flight destination with LunaJets makes your Europe vacation a quality of style. Now travellers who aren't willing to trade in style for adventure have an option. Hiring a private jet through the LunaJets app has made destinations that were too far away for a spur-of-the-moment weekend getaway into simple stops on a weekend itinerary. When else could a visitor in Dublin, Ireland decide to hop on a luxurious flight for an overnight stay in Faro, Portugal? Now, these two amazing cities are at your fingertips whenever you feel the desire to start your flight.

Which are the best airports to travel between Faro and Dublin?

Our private aviation advisors recommend Faro Airport for travel to and from Faro; and the recommended airport for Dublin is Dublin airport

Faro, Portugal (LPFR, FAO)


Dublin, Ireland (EIDW, DUB)


Which kind of Aircraft is available to land in Faro or Dublin?

The aircraft models that can land in Faro or Dublin are:

Seats: 5

Speed: 367 kts | 680 km/h

Range: 1180 nm | 2185 km

Seats: 5

Speed: 377 kts | 700 km/h

Range: 1290 nm | 2389 km

Seats: 4

Speed: 421 kts | 780 km/h

Range: 1381 nm | 2557 km

Seats: 4

Speed: 375 kts | 695 km/h

Range: 1125 nm | 2083 km

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Marie Tessier Private Aviation Advisor

Marie Tessier

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Tamsin Ayris Private Aviation Advisor

Tamsin Ayris

Private Aviation Advisor


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Why Travel to Faro?

Parque Natural da Rio Formosa

Aerial view of the Ria Formosa Natural Park in Olhao, Algarve, Portugal
Aerial view of the Ria Formosa Natural Park in Olhao, Algarve, Portugal

Faro is located in the southern region of Portugal, in the Algarve, one of Europe's most popular vacation spots. Faro is known for the Parque Naturalda Rio Formosa. This is an area of lagoons and mudflats that bring in beautiful wildlife all year long.

Faro's Old Town

Beautiful sunset view over Faro town in Portugal
Beautiful sunset view over Faro town in Portugal

Faro's Old Town is a great way to get a true feel for the history of the city. It is a medieval town built on Roman ruins and you can feel the layers of history beneath your feet. While walking through, visit the Arco da Vila which is an archway built in 1812. While commissioned by Catholic Bishop, if you look you will find pieces of the original Arab entrance.

Faro Cathedral

exterior of the Cathedral of Faro (Se de Faro), Portugal
Visit Cathedral of Faro

The Faro Cathedral is yet another attraction in the city that reminds visitors of the vast history. of the area. From the Moorish period to Gothic to Renaissance to Baroque every point of history takes a seat in the cathedral. While it leaves the church looking a little unconventional in style, it also does a beautiful job of representing the history that has walked through it.

Places to Stay in Faro

Hotel Faro

suite in hotel faro
Rest in Hotel Faro

The Hotel Faro, located right in the city centre, is a great location to have access to Faro's history, as well as the beauty of its marina. With sleek and contemporary rooms, the hotel offers views of the ocean, high-end dining and an infinity pool.

AP Eva Senses

Superior Twin Vista Marina (30m2)
Rest in Eva Senses

Staying at the AP Eva Senses in Faro is staying with an establishment that has made luxury European hotels their speciality. Rooms are minimalist in style but never fall short in elegance. Located across the street from Faro's marina, the AP Eva Senses offers high-end dining, fitness and spa and a pool that feels as though you are surrounded by the area's famous mudflats.

Where to Eat in Faro?


Awarded one Michelin star, the restaurant has a very pleasant terraceVistas Rui Silvestre offers a fresh menu with stunning views over the hills to the Atlantic Ocean (Portugal). Try dishes like :canja de muxama, roasted fish or cockle rissol.


Vila Joya is an extraordinarily high level of culinary standards. This restaurant has been awarded 2 Michelin stars. The chef presents a new menu every day. Enjoy a seat with views of wonderful gardens and the stunning Atlantic Ocean. The biggest table size is for 6 people.

Aerial view of Faro

Why Travel to Dublin?

Visit Dublin

the harp bridge Dublin city
Cross the bridge

Dublin, located on the Eastern side of Ireland, is the capital of a country that is known for its difficult history, natural beauty and welcoming charm. In recent years, Dublin has gone from a quaint stop on a tour to a tourism hub that caters to the tastes and desires of higher-end clientele.

Dublin Castle

castle seen from outside. There is a garden
Visit dublin castle

Visit Dublin Castle, built on the site of a 13th-century Viking settlement. For much of its history, it was an English headquarters. In 1922 it became an Irish government complex. Visitors can take tours throughout the day.

Kilmainham Gaol

interior of the famous Gaol jail in Dublin
Visit Kilmainham Gaol

For travellers that want to be immersed in the history of Ireland's fight for independence, a visit to Kilmainham Gaol is a must-see. The jail was closed in 1924, but not before it housed, and executed, some of the most famous participants in the Irish Rebellion.

Places to Stay in Dublin

Fitzwilliam Hotel

room in The Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin
Stay at The Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin

Visitors looking for stately elegance in the heart of the city need to look no further than the Fitzwilliam Hotel. Their rooms boast a contemporary design with splashes of vibrant colour throughout. Their location is second to none with St. Stephen's green on one side and Grafton Street on the other.

Intercontinental Hotel Dublin

facade of the hotel intercontinental Dublin
Rest in Intercontinental Dublin

For travellers who do not want to be right in the middle of the city, the Intercontinental Hotel Dublin is a wonderful option. Located on two acres in the Ballsbridge neighbourhood, the Intercontinental is a short walk to the city. The hotel offers gourmet dining, a spa and luxurious accommodations.

Where to eat in Dublin?

Patrick Guilbaud

Two MICHELIN Stars have this dublin restaurant. Ideal for business dining, they have a private room for up to 30 clients. The menu changes each season and even during a week could be affected by new suggestions from the team. Is mandatory to try the starter: Maris Piper and Watercress Soup.

Chapter one

The dining experience at the Chef’s Table becomes a great experience for all of the guests. The tasting menu could be taken in a warm room which has a capacity of 10 people. Don't forget to try Foie Gras Royale, Apple, Walnut, Smoked Eel and Wicklow Sika Deer Saddle, Celeriac, Cassis, Sauce Poivrade.

Aerial view of Dublin

Why fly with LunaJets?

LunaJets caters to clients who have power and influence and are used to high standards when it comes to travelling. When they hire a private jet they expect quality and personal attention to detail when arranging their travel needs. LunaJets delivers on those expectations. LunaJets provides an advisory team who handles all the details of your getaway. Your team will arrange everything else from VIP airport transportation to personal needs while on the flight. The only thing left for you to do is fly to your chosen destination.

Frequently Asked Questions

How far is Faro airport from the centre?

Faro Airport (IATA: FAO) is the Algarve's primary international airport, located 7 kilometres south-west of Faro.

How far is Faro from Albufeira?

Faro to Albufeira is 45 kilometers away and takes around 39 minutes to travel.

How long does it take to get from Dublin airport (EIDW) to the city centre?

Once your private charter lands at Dublin Airport, the distance to the centre is approximately 10km.