Hire a private jet between London and Paris

Planning a journey between London and Paris and looking to hire a private jet? For your family holiday or for getting down to business, LunaJets can accommodate your travel with a private aircraft that will take you between London and Paris.

How much does it cost to charter a private jet from London to Paris?

Chartering a private jet from London to Paris cost approximately from €5,500 to €12,930.

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Aircraft: Phenom 100Very Light Jet

Seat: 4

Estimated Price: €5,500

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Aircraft: Learjet 75Super Light Jet

Seat: 8

Estimated Price: €8,870

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Aircraft: Legacy 650Large Jets

Seat: 12

Estimated Price: €12,930

How much does it cost to charter a private jet from Paris to London?

Chartering a private jet from Paris to London cost approximately from €4,870 to €13,000.

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Aircraft: Citation MustangVery Light Jet

Seat: 4

Estimated Price: €4,870

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Aircraft: Citation XLSSuper Light Jet

Seat: 8

Estimated Price: €10,250

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Aircraft: Challenger 605Large Jets

Seat: 10

Estimated Price: €13,000

What is the flight time of a private jet between London and Paris?

The time of a private flight from Paris to London lasts between 0h 50m and 1h 00m.

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Aircraft: Citation MustangVery Light Jet

Seat: 4

Average Flight Time: 01h 00m

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Aircraft: Citation XLSSuper Light Jet

Seat: 8

Average Flight Time: 00h 50m

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Aircraft: Challenger 605Large Jets

Seat: 10

Average Flight Time: 00h 50m

Which are the best airports to travel between Paris and London?

The most popular airports for this jaunt are Le Bourget Airport, Paris Orly Airport, Charles Ge Gaulle International Airport in Paris, Biggin Hill Airport, Luton Airport, and Farnborough Airport in London.  

Our team of private aviation advisors recommend London Biggin Hill Airport (BQH, EGKB) for travel to and from London.

Our private business aviation advisors recommend Paris le Bourget (LBG, LFPB) to travel from and to Paris. Depending on where you have to go to Paris though, another airport might be even more appropriate. Our expert team will help you find the aircraft and airport for your needs.

Biggin Hill

BQH - EGKB

Le Bourget

LBG - LFPB

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

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

Seats: 15

Speed: 514 kts | 953 km/h

Range: 7422 nm | 13745 km

Seats: 8

Speed: 485 kts | 900 km/h

Range: 2062 nm | 3818 km

Seats: 6

Speed: 440 kts | 815 km/h

Range: 1800 nm | 3333 km

Seats: 9

Speed: 469 kts | 870 km/h

Range: 3682 nm | 6819 km

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What should I do while I’m in London?

Flights between London and Paris are fairly short and can be made by smaller and larger jets alike. Depending on the jet used, the journey takes between 45 minutes and one hour. 

Whether you’re flying for business or pleasure, LunaJets can help you rent a jet year around and assist in attending the many events that take place in these wonderful cities. From Big Ben and the Notting Hill Carnival in London to the Eiffel Tower and the Tour de France in Paris, LunaJets can help you with all of your travel needs.

Wander in the Business District of London
Wander in the Business District of London

Visit the Tower Bridge

A trip to London would be remiss without paying a visit to the iconic Tower Bridge. When visiting, be sure to ascend the walkway that sits over 40 meters above the River Thames, affording you an incredible view of the river banks, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the picturesque skyline of London proper.

Go shopping

For a little shopping and entertainment in London, the famed Greenwich village offers endless cobblestone streets teeming with old-style pubs, food markets and eateries. Be sure to carve out enough time to discover the Cutty Sark sailing ship and the Royal Observatory at the Royal Museums Greenwich.

Where should I stay in London?

The Savoy Hotel

Stay at the Savoy
Stay at the Savoy

For the pinnacle of luxury accommodations in London, The Savoy Hotel is the most decadent 5-star hotel in London. Located on the banks of the Thames, its Art Deco style dates back to 1889 but with a modern twist that will enthrall with its extravagant marble adornments and architecture inlaid with golden fretwork.

The Berkeley

Stay at the Berkeley
Stay at the Berkeley

Located in the heart of Knightsbridge, The Berkeley London is a luxury hotel that provides endless decadence and elegance. The hotel has a long history of providing the very best accommodation and a promised commitment to stylish yet timeless luxury. The incredible rooms adorned with fine art and regal marble seat you comfortably in the lap of luxury.

Where should I dine while I am in London?

Core by Clare Smyth

With a spectacular scallop tartare and braised lamb, Core by Clare Smyth, is a superb 3 Michelin star Restaurant, that will leave you speechless.

La Dame de Pic

La Dame de Pic, a fine-dining french cuisine Restaurant, similar to Core, has been awarded 3 stars and is known for its cornish crab.

Video: Landing at Biggin Hill

What should I do while I'm in Paris?

Visit the city of Paris
Visit the city of Paris

Cire Trudon

Paris is famous the world over for its unparalleled shopping. While you’re there, be sure to visit Cire Trudon, the oldest candle shop in the world.

La Maison Francis Kurkdjian

If you’re on the hunt for Parisian perfumes, you’ll want to make time to visit La Maison Francis Kurkdjian—a purveyor of the most exclusive and refined scents in Paris.

Balmain

And if you’re looking to reinvent your personal style, you’ll want to drop into none other than Balmain; the leader in French fashion for over 70 years.

Where should I stay in Paris?

Hotel Esprit Saint Germain

Hotel Esprit Saint Germain
Hotel Esprit Saint Germain

While in Paris, you’ll most certainly want to pay a visit to the Hotel Esprit Saint Germain. This 5-star boutique getaway is designed to inspire the classic romance of Parisian life. With its interiors adorned with elegant drapes and warm-coloured fabrics, you’ll never want to leave.

Peninsula Hotel

Peninsula Hotel
Peninsula Hotel

Paris is home to the only Peninsula Hotel in Europe, and no expense was spared in making it one of the finest luxury accommodations in the City of Light. The hotel was opened in 2014 and the world’s best designers have blended modern luxury with tasteful elegance to give you an unparalleled experience.

Where should I dine while I am in Paris?

Relais D`entrecot

The iconic Restaurant that first opened in 1959, offers 3 different locations in Paris that will always be full. Make sure you arrive on time as no reservations are allowed and there is always a queue for the majestic Entrecote.

Matignon

Located in the Golden Triangle, Matignon is a must-go-to place if one wants to enjoy the real Parisienne lifestyle. After 11 pm the Restaurant turns into a nightclub, which is frequented by many Celebrities.

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Why Choose LunaJets?

LunaJets will provide you with the best in luxurious private jets to get you to and from Paris and London. Whether it’s a small jet for yourself and a few friends or something larger for your entourage, our expert staff will provide you with travel accommodation that suits your needs perfectly. We’ll also arrange transfers to and from the airports either by car or helicopter, including transport to and from any commercial flights.

LunaJets has access to the most modern aircraft available, providing you with flights to and from any location, at any time and with the best pricing available. No matter your needs and preferences, our charter specials with source a private jet that provides you with the comfort and luxury you've come to expect on your travels.

Frequently Asked Questions

How far is Biggin Hill Airport from the centre of London?

It is about 30 km distance to Central London.

When is the best time to visit London?

The Peak Season is June to August when you will have more chances of sunny days and nice weather. London however is a vibrant city and one of the most-visited capitals that offer events and activities the whole year round.

How far is Paris le Bourget from the centre of Paris?

It is about a 22 km ride, and a 20-minute drive.

When is the best time to visit Paris?

Paris has 4 very beautiful stations of the year. If you enjoy the streets full of flowers, you can go in spring, however, if you want to see different autumn colours you should go around October and November. Ask our aviation advisors to counsel you.

How far is Paris from London?

It is about a 300 km air distance, making just over an hour's flight.

Other destinations from/to London

Other destinations from/to Paris