Hire a Private jet between Mykonos and London

Quick getaways or long vacations have been made so much easier thanks to LunaJets. With just the push of a button, hiring a private jet is possible for anyone with the desire to travel in style and luxury. Now you can be visiting a city like London and decide to take a quick visit to Mykonos for some fun and sun. Renting a jet takes away the hassle and discomfort of flying on a traditional airline. Now the journey can truly be as luxurious as the destination. Charter a business jet today and enjoy your private flight.

What are the best airports to fly between Mykonos and London?

Our team of private aviation advisors recommend London Biggin Hill (BQH, EGKB) for trips to and from London, and Mykonos Airport (JMK, LGMK) for journeys to and from Mykonos.  





Which kind of Aircraft is available to land on London?

The aircraft models that can land in London are:

Seats: 12

Speed: 515 kts | 955 km/h

Range: 5490 nm | 10167 km

Seats: 8

Speed: 458 kts | 850 km/h

Range: 3200 nm | 5926 km

Seats: 8

Speed: 469 kts | 869 km/h

Range: 3565 nm | 6602 km

Seats: 5

Speed: 367 kts | 680 km/h

Range: 1180 nm | 2185 km

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Majd Alwaa Senior Private Aviation Advisor

Majd Alwaa

Senior Private Aviation Advisor


David Reuter Private Aviation Coordinator

David Reuter

Private Aviation Coordinator


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Why Visit Mykonos?

Beatiful twilight over Mykonos town, Mykonos island, Cyclades archipelago, Greece
Visit Mykonos

Paradise Club

Mykonos is a Cycladic island in Greece. Its natural beauty has tourists flocking to spend time on its pristine beaches. While it started out as a fishing village, Mykonos is now dotted with restaurants and boutiques. The island has become most known for its beach party atmosphere and visits to spots like the Paradise Club are a must.

Panagia Paraportiani

When the sun comes up there is still plenty to see in Mykonos. Be sure to visit Panagia Paraportiani. This church overlooks the sea and stands at the entrance of the Kastro neighbourhood. Don't be surprised if you recognize Panagia Paraportiani when you arrive. Its picturesque beauty makes it one of the most photographed churches in the world.

Kato Mili

Another iconic sight in Mykonos is Kato Mili. From the 17th to 19th centuries, windmills were scattered all throughout Mykonos. Today, sixteen remain, with seven of them sitting on a hill in Kato Mili. Two of these windmills can be visited.

Where To Stay In Mykonos?

Cavo Tagoo Mykonos

Cavo Tagoo Mykonos is one of the most luxurious hotels in Mykonos. Its minimalist style exudes sophistication. The simplicity of the design allows the breathtaking views to become part of the decor. Along with amenities such as a restaurant and spa, Cavo Tagoo's infinity pool overlooking the sea will make you wonder if you should ever go back to your room at all.

Kensho Ornos Boutique Hotel

Kensho Ornos Boutique Hotel promises an "awakening experience" in every sense of the word. This begins with the colours and materials used in their rooms and continues with the music and drinks offered under the stars at night. Kensho Ornos also has a spa that includes Jacuzzi, Hammam, massage, and spa rituals.

Where to eat in Mykonos?

Buddha Bar Beach

Buddha Bar like all the Buddhas Bars in the world is a must-go-to place in Mykonos. Whether it is to have good sushi for lunch or amazing cocktails and a good laugh at night, this Bar offers a spectacular view over the sea.


Scorpios are one of the best Restaurants in Mykonos if not in the whole of Greece. It offers a great ambience with great Mediterranean food, amazing for the sunset view.


Zuma is one of LunaJet's favourite Japanese Restaurants wherever you may be. It is worldwide known for its superb cuisine and service.

Why Visit London?

Aerial view to the illuminated Tower Bridge and skyline of London, UK, just after sunset
Visit London

London is the largest and most populated city in England, drawing sightseers from all over the world. It boasts hundreds of years of history while still maintaining a modern, cosmopolitan feel. London is a must-see for every world traveller because it is home to a laundry list of some of the most famous sites in the world.

Buckingham Palace

There is, of course, Buckingham Palace, home to the centuries-old Windsor Royal Family, as well as the monarch's headquarters.

Westminster Abbey

But do not forget Westminster Abbey, a church with some of the richest history of the city. It has been home to every English coronation since William the Conqueror in 1066. It has also been home to 16 royal weddings as far back as King Henry I in 1100 and as recent as Prince William in 2011.

Places to Stay in London

Savoy, Covent Garden

Luxurious accommodations are abundant in London. The Savoy, Covent Garden is an example of stately opulence. Located on the River Thames, the Savoy has been in London for 130 years but continually evolves to please the tastes of the modern elite. Located in the bustling heart of the Convent Garden District, the Savoy is a short walk to Trafalgar Square and the London Eye.

Dorchester, Hyde Park

For something a bit less traditional, Dorchester, Hyde Park is the place to stay. The Dorchester offers all of the usual Five Star amenities like world-class dining and a wellness spa. But where Dorchester stands apart from the rest is the experiences they offer. At the Dorchester, you can get chauffeured around London in a Rolls Royce, participate in a wine tasting, or meet the hotel's chefs. And that's just the beginning of the interactive experiences Dorchester offers.

Where to eat in London?

Osteria Romana

For authentic Italian food, go to Osteria Romana the best Italian in town. The roman style gnocchi with truffle is to die for and a good option for a romantic dinner setting VIP experience.

The Park Room

If you are graving some Mimosas or a high-end English tea, the Park Room is the place to go to. For any occasion may it be to get to know someone better or for a quick business meeting, this place is perfect.

Launceston Place

The one Michelin starred Restaurant in London, with its special duck, attracts not only newcomers, however, has already a wide range of loyal customers that always want to go back.

Why Choose LunaJets?

LunaJets offers a first-class experience with the simplicity of clicking an app. A traveller need only dream up where they want to visit and, with the ease of the LunaJets process, a trip is planned. A trained and experienced team of experts is ready to get you onto one of their luxury jets and get you to your destination. They do not just get a plane on the runway. They will assist you in whatever you need to arrive on the tarmac before take-off and get you to your hotel upon landing. All you need to do is make your lunch reservation and let your LunaJets team do the rest. Whether you want a Gulfstream, a Bombardier or a Hawker, LunaJets arranges the business jet you need. Choose the aircraft and the route, stop in Santorini for a quick dinner, charter a jet to Athens, and then take a flight to London, LunaJets will arrange everything. Private jet charter today and you will not regret it.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the distance between Mykonos and London?

The flight time between Mykonos and London is about 3 hours and 50 minutes.

What is the distance from London Biggin Hill airport to the city centre?

Biggin Hill is a private jet airport and flight school, that takes about 30 minutes to the centre with light traffic.

What is the distance from Mykonos airport to the city centre?

3 km which is about a 10-minute drive.

When is the best time to visit Mykonos?

The best and most elite time to visit Mykonos is in the European summertime.

When is the best time to visit London?

London is a vibrant city with lots of activities and events, even though if you want to try to avoid the rain, you should aim to go between March and October.

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