Hire a Private jet between Gstaad and Paris

Paris and Gstaad are very different cities, yet what they have in common is the opulence that characterizes them both. Paris is largely considered the fashion capital of Europe, rife with landmarks and culture, while Gstaad is the winter playground for those seeking opulence and unparalleled views of the Swiss Alps.

Which are the best airports to travel by jet between Gstaad and Paris?

Our team of private jet advisors recommend Paris le Bourget airport (LBG, LFPB) for private jet charter to and from Paris (France).

Also, they recommend Gstaad Saanen Airport (ZKC, LSGK) for travel to and from Gstaad, Switzerland.



Le Bourget


What kind of aircraft may I use to travel between Gstaad and Paris?

Here is a selection of aircraft you may use to travel between Gstaad and Paris. For more details you can contact one of our dedicated Private Aviation Advisor.

Seats: 6

Speed: 440 kts | 815 km/h

Range: 1800 nm | 3333 km

Seats: 6

Speed: 542 kts | 1004 km/h

Range: 2900 nm | 5370 km

Seats: 7

Speed: 428 kts | 793 km/h

Range: 1780 nm | 3296 km

Seats: 4

Speed: 375 kts | 695 km/h

Range: 1125 nm | 2083 km

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What Can You Do In Paris?

Travelling via private jet between Paris and Gstaad not only ensures your flight time to fully enjoy both but also, continues the theme of luxury found in abundance in both locales.

There is so much to do and see in Paris, it is hard to narrow the options down to just a few during a visit to France's most well-known city.

Soak up museum culture

Panoramic view of the main courtyard of the Palais du Louvre with pyramid on a sunny autumn day
Panoramic view of the main courtyard of the Palais du Louvre with pyramid on a sunny autumn day

There are so many museums in Paris that you can make a trip out of just hopping from one to another. The must-sees include the Louvre for its carefully curated collection of masterful works, the Centre Pompidou for its funky exterior and modern art collection, the Musée D’Orsay for its Impressionist collection and Musée de l’Orangerie for a glimpse of Monet's infamous "Water Lilies" paintings.

Channel your inner royalty at Versailles

Hall of Mirrors in the palace of Versailles, France
Hall of Mirrors in the palace of Versailles, France

Situated on the outskirts of Paris, the historic Palace of Versailles is synonymous with so much of the city's rich historic relevance. From the gardens to the on-site museum to the threads of power that seem tangible in its stately halls, this stop should not be missed.

Where Should You Stay in Paris?

Paris may arguably be the most well-known city in France, but there are plenty of exclusive enclaves that offer luxury guests a unique and opulent experience.

Four Seasons Hotel George V

luxury room in four seasons
Stay at the Four Seasons George V

Situated just off the Champs-Elysees, the Four Seasons Hotel George V is an iconic Paris landmark. The hotel still has many of the trappings of its heyday, replete with art deco façade, updated with modern amenities that include a five-star Michelin restaurant and decadent spa.

Ritz Paris

Suite coco channel in the ritz paris
Book the Coco Chanel Suite in the Ritz Paris

Located on Place Vendome, the Ritz Paris is another iconic Paris hotel rife with the trappings of extravagance. The indoor pool set amid stately columns, rooms that look like art galleries and all-white everything make a stay here feel like the height of luxury hospitality.

Where to eat in Paris

Le Clarence

Rated as the second-best restaurant in France, Le Clarence is raked 28th by the top 50 restaurants in the world by 2022, and is awarded with two stars by the Michelin Guide 

Le Taillevent

Le Taillevent can host business dinners or private tastings. There are 2,800 wines available at the restaurant. Red mullet and sea bream are two dishes prepared specifically for you.

Video: The best of Paris

What Can You Do In Gstaad?

Gstaad is located at the foot of the Swiss Alps and is a resort town that is something of a hotspot for the rich and famous.

Ski from Mount Eggli Station

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Enjoy the ski slopes

Skiing is the activity for which Gstaad may be best known, so Mount Eggli Station is a definite inclusion on any Gstaad vacation itinerary. Catch a private jet to Gstaad and enjoy some of the finest skiing in Europe. The gondola lift to the top of the mountain provides breathtaking scenery while the range of activities - from skiing to snowshoeing - offer something to tickle every recreational whimsy.

Enjoy a mirror image

Gstaad, Switzerland : Doug Altken's mirror house on the Swiss Alps to reflect the landscape
Discover the art hidden in the mountains

Gstaad is not just for mountain lovers looking to navigate around on skis. There is a ton of culture to be soaked up in this Swiss Alps destination. For instance, Doug Aitken's artful "Mirror House" plays with the art of reflection with a top-to-bottom interior in this very cool home. Mirage Gstaad is meant to help visitors consider their relationship with nature - and with themselves.

Where Should You Stay in Gstaad?

Because of its proximity to the Swiss Alps and popularity as a playground for the well-heeled, there are plenty of luxury properties from which to choose among Gstaad hotels.

Gstaad Palace

Mountain views from the gstaad palace
Enjoy the views in the Gstaad Palace

Gstaad Palace is a privately-owned luxury property that offers guests sweeping views of the Swiss Alps, elegant interior surroundings and a host of amenities. An on-site restaurant, bar and spa ensure that guests can experience some of the opulence that Gstaad offers without even leaving the property.

The Alpina Gstaad

Stay at Alpina Gstaad
Enjoy the mountains in Alpina Gstaad

The Alpina Gstaad is a five-star property with all the trappings of an affluent brand, situated amid the Swiss Alps. From gourmet menu offerings to curated and artistic interior spaces, this Gstaad hotel is as aesthetically-pleasing as it is luxurious.

The Best Restaurants in Gstaad

Sommet by Marting Göschel

restaurant mertin goschel at gstaad, dinning room and top quality dish
Taste the best at top rated restaurants

Sommet is unique in several ways, including its distinct decor, which is an elegant blend of rustic charm and modern elegance; the fantastic panoramic terrace; and, last but not least, Martin Göschel's elaborate seasonal "Signature" set menu. The Mannheim-born chef previously held Michelin stars at the Alte Post in Nagold and the Paradies hotel in Ftan.

La Table du Valrose

La Table du Valrose
Delight yourself at the Michelin starred restaurants

Chef Benoît Carcenat creates modern, seasonal French cuisine that combines tradition and innovation in the midst of breathtaking mountain scenery. His cuisine incorporates ingredients from the Pays-d'Enhaut, Saanenland, and Intyamon, much of which is grown in the mountain air. There are over 700 wine pairing options on the wine list.

Video: Gstaad from Drone

Book LunaJets For Private Flights Between Paris and Gstaad

A flight between Paris and Gstaad is made much more luxurious and convenient using a private jet. Booking with LunaJets ensures that everything is taken care of and you can sit back and enjoy the flight.

Flying for business or with a group between Paris and Gstaad? LunaJets will work around your schedule to ensure that departure and arrival times are convenient for you and your passengers.

Frequently Asked Questions

How far is Gstaad from Geneva?

By hiring a helicopter transfer from Geneva Airport, you can arrive in Gstaad in about 20 minutes, saving you a two-hour car ride.

When is the best time of year to ski in Gstaad?

The best season is expected to be in February, although the official season starts from December through March.

What is the distance between Paris Le Bourget and the city centre?

Paris Le Bourget (LBG, LFPB) airport is approximately 16 kilometres and a 20-minute drive from the city centre of Paris.

When is the best time of the year to visit Paris?

Paris is a beautiful destination all year round, however lots of people like going in September and October, as the weather is ideal and the landscapes are picturesque.