Hire a Private jet between Geneva and Milan

Planning to visit Europe's fashion capital of Milan to soak up inspiration in one of Italy's most exciting cities? Hoping to explore the beauty of Switzerland's city on a lake, Geneva? Your Geneva-based private jet service, LunaJets, can get you and your loved ones or colleagues to and from either destination in style –– in about an hour. Imagine being able to book seats on a luxury charter 24/7 with minimal notice. And imagine how great all that on-board comfort and service will make you and your guests feel before exploring both these great cities of Europe.

How much does it cost to charter a private jet from Geneva to Milan?

Chartering a private jet from Geneva to Milan cost approximately from €4,430 to €15,600.

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Aircraft

Seat

Estimated Price

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Aircraft: Citation MustangVery Light Jet

Seat: 4

Estimated Price: €4,430

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Aircraft: Learjet 45 XRSuper Light Jet

Seat: 8

Estimated Price: €6,400

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Aircraft: Falcon 7XLong Range Jet

Seat: 12

Estimated Price: €15,600

Which are the best airports to fly between Geneva and Milan?

The best airports to fly between Geneva and Milan are the Geneva Cointrin Airport (GVA, LSGG) and Milano Linate Airport (LIN, LIML)

Geneva Cointrin

GVA - LSGG

Milan Linate Airport

LIN - LIML

Which kind of aircraft is available to land on Geneva and Milan?

The aircraft models that can land in Geneva and Milan are:

Seats: 7

Speed: 415 kts | 770 km/h

Range: 2002 nm | 3707 km

Seats: 6

Speed: 289 kts | 537 km/h

Range: 1765 nm | 3268 km

Seats: 4

Speed: 406 kts | 752 km/h

Range: 1178 nm | 2181 km

Seats: 8

Speed: 457 kts | 848 km/h

Range: 1547 nm | 2865 km

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Marc Gasser Senior Private Aviation Advisor

Marc Gasser

Senior Private Aviation Advisor

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Francesca Galante Private Aviation Advisor

Francesca Galante

Private Aviation Advisor

IT / EN / FR

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What should you do in Milan?

Milan is a small Northern Italian city with a big history. Its size makes sights easy to explore in a few days, either on foot or using a car service or the excellent Metro public transportation system. A seat of industrial and financial power for millennia, these days Milan is newly chic and welcomes visitors to great restaurants and cafés designed for lingering.

Duomo

Milan Cathedral, Duomo di Milano, Italy, one of the largest churches in the world on sunrise
Visit the most iconic buildings from Milan

Keeping busy in Milan won't be hard. Get your bearings with a visit to the famous Duomo de Milano (the city's main cathedral built in 1386) followed by a stop in its iconic piazza for coffee and people watching stylish Milanos.

Shopping and fashion week

fashion week in milan
Attend the fashion week

A global fashion capital, Milan hosts an iconic Fashion Week of designer shows once a year in late February. But the ripple effect continues year-round with dozens of designer boutiques and ateliers, on-trend shopping and a street fashion scene that has to be seen to be believed.

Then explore the "quadrilatero della moda” (or fashion quadrilateral) where flagship stores for the most luxurious Italian brands are located. The most important commercial streets are Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga – here you can find Italian stalwarts Falconieri, Prada and Miu Miu, alongside global brands like Tiffany and Chopard.

Where to stay in Milan?

Milan is home to lots of luxury hotel accommodations of all sizes.

Bulgari Milan

Big space with furniture at the Bvulgari Hotel in Milan
Stay at the Bvulgari and enjoy the balcony at night

Bulgari Milan is housed in a renovated 18th-century palace. Only a kilometre away from Milan Cathedral, guests will enjoy the proximity to the best sights to see, restaurants and shops to explore. The luxury hotel also includes a 4,000-square-meter private garden and an on-site restaurant that specializes in traditional Italian cuisine.

Palazzo Parigi

Big hall with cristal lamp in the entry of Palazzo Parigi Hotel
Wonder yourself in the hall of Palazzo

Close to the Brera district, Palazzo Parigi is luxury at its finest. An elegant lounge and bar area allows guests to relax or unwind, and the hotel restaurant means you can enjoy authentic Italian cuisine. Other amenities include an indoor pool, a fitness centre and a grand spa.

Where to eat in Milan?

Langosteria

For a lunch of fresh-caught seafood or an espresso, visit Langosteria with its intimate relaxing atmosphere after perusing Milan's high-end shops.

Contraste Restaurant

Visitors craving Michelin-starred Italian cuisine should make reservations at Contraste for dinner, dessert and an extensive wine list. Milan nightlife starts with "aperitivo a l'italiana", a tradition of city-wide happy hours and appetisers. Visit Frida for a dynamic, art-filled take on this tradition

Video: Milan aerial views

What should you do in Geneva?

The foot-friendly city has excellent restaurants, exclusive shops, and a vibrant cultural life featuring galleries and museums.

Lake Geneva

Panoramic view of Geneva skyline with famous Jet d'Eau fountain and traditional boat at harbor district in beautiful evening light at sunset, Canton of Geneva, Switzerland
Visit the Lake of Geneva

Surrounded by the Alps, and snuggled into the shoreline of tranquil Lake Geneva, Geneva is both scenic and peaceful. Famously multicultural and a home base for the UN (be sure to visit the HQ in the Palais des Nations if geopolitics is your thing), Geneva's diversity, coupled with its natural elegance and passion for quality makes this destination natural.

Patek Philippe Museum

Patek Philippe Museum
Patek Philippe Museum

Head over to picturesque cobbled Old Town Geneva – where some buildings are a thousand years old – for an overview of everything Geneva has to offer from its stunning cathedral to luxury fashion boutiques and up-scale chocolatiers.

Fans of Swiss precision timepieces should not miss the elegant Art Deco Patek Philippe Museum located in the bohemian Plainpalais district. Five centuries of Swiss watchmaking are chronicled here in stunning displays of antique timepieces. Then shop for your own Vacheron Constantin or Patek Philippe watch on the ultra-fashionable shopping street Rue du Rhone.

Where to stay in Geneva?

Geneva has done luxury hospitality very well for several centuries.

Hôtel de la Cigogne

boutique hotel la cicogne in Geneva
Book a suite from La Cigogne

If you prefer accommodation closer to the heart of the action, the exquisite Hôtel de la Cigogne offers opulent and calming rooms and suites just a stone's throw from the old town area.

Swiss luxury apartments

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Rest in Swiss luxury apartments

The airy two and three-bedroom suites at the Swiss Luxury Apartments complex combine homeliness with elegance and sophistication if you prefer private accommodation. Each apartment contains every modern convenience, and the complex offers services similar to a premium hotel for your comfort.

Where to eat in Geneva?

Izumi

Izumi is the restaurant to go to if you want a special place to have a date or have a crucial meeting with partners. The view from the 4 seasons' rooftop will make for the perfect supper. The Japanese fusion restaurant provides several menu options, including a la carte, business meals, tasting menus, and discovery menus.

Domaine de Châteauvieux

Your visit to Domaine de Châteauvieux won't leave you unsatisfied. Domaine de Châteauvieux is more than just a restaurant; it consistently thrives with consistency and innovation. The chef will give you a flavour you haven't had before using a lovely 16th-century atmosphere and gourmet delicacies like Morilles, Truffe, or Chasse.

Video: Geneva from the sky

Why Choose LunaJets?

Travelling in comfort and complete safety has never been more convenient with the LunaJets mobile phone app. 24/7 access to Geneva-Milan direct flights in either direction can be booked online with minimal notice. So if there's a last-minute business meeting or personal occasion waiting for you in Italy's most stylish city, or Switzerland's most beautiful, you can dare to be spontaneous. Last minute, corporate, emergency - LunaJets has you covered whatever your luxury air taxi needs. Call our local numbers to request a callback, hire a private jet or learn more about our extensive menu of services.

Flyers from Linate can enjoy a relaxed wait for their flight to be prepared in the VIP lounge.

Reception services on arrival, a multi-lingual hostess, fast-track security and passport checks as well as private vehicle transfer from the terminal to your plane ensure straightforward, comfortable travel. In most cases, you'll only need to arrive about half an hour before takeoff to ensure the necessary checks are completed before you board.

Book your private jet hire or helicopter transfer now to start exploring the amazing, multifaceted city of Milan. Contact LunaJets for a private jet charter to Milan.

Frequently Asked Questions

How far is Geneva Airport from the city centre?

Geneva Airport is about six kilometres from the city centre.

Does Geneva airport have a private terminal?

Yes! Terminal 3 is adapted for private flights.

What airports are nearby Milan?

Milano Linate Airport (LIN, LIML) and Milano Malpensa Airport (MXP, LIMC)

What is the best airport to travel to and from Milan?

Located about 8km from Milan city centre, Milan Linate (LIN) (also known as City Airport) is the most convenient international airport to use for visits to the city. As a 24-hour airport, it's ideal for visitors who want the flexibility to fly at a time that suits their schedule.

What is the best airport to travel in private jet to and from Geneva?

Resting directly on the Swiss-French border, Geneva Airport (LSGG), Private flights land at terminal three, skirting the edge of Route de Meyrin. This road leads into downtown in less than 20 minutes by car, making it the perfect airport for visitors from last-minute charter flights to Geneva.