Hire a Private jet between Paris and Luxembourg

A private jet charter between Paris and Luxembourg is a popular flight for passengers who may need to work in these financial capitals. Both of these cities have plenty to offer those on vacation who are looking for a luxurious experience. Charter a private jet for your journey between Paris and Luxembourg and arrive at your destination feeling refreshed and ready to start your trip. The flight time from Paris to Luxembourg is between 45 minutes and 90 minutes depending on your choice of aircraft. LunaJets offers a wide choice of aircraft that are able to undertake this popular private jet route.

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

Our private aviation advisors recommend Paris Le Bourget for travel to and from Paris; and the recommended airport for Luxembourg is Luxembourg airport

Le Bourget, Paris, France (LFPB, LBG)


Luxembourg Findel, Luxembourg (ELLX, LUX)


Which kind of Aircraft is available to land in Luxembourg or Paris?

The aircraft models that can land in Luxembourg or Paris are:

Seats: 5

Speed: 377 kts | 700 km/h

Range: 1290 nm | 2389 km

Seats: 4

Speed: 375 kts | 695 km/h

Range: 1125 nm | 2083 km

Seats: 5

Speed: 367 kts | 680 km/h

Range: 1180 nm | 2185 km

Seats: 6

Speed: 402 kts | 745 km/h

Range: 1190 nm | 2203 km

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Luxury Activities in Luxembourg

This guide looks at luxury hotels and activities in the beautiful capital of France and Luxembourg once you charter a jet with us.

Luxembourg is a trip with a unique and interesting history that offers a variety of luxury experiences.

Visit the Grand Ducal Palace

Grand Ducal Palace and the Chamber of Deputies, Luxembourg city, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Grand Ducal Palace and the Chamber of Deputies, Luxembourg city, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Take a private tour of one of the most famous buildings in Luxembourg. It is still the official residence of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg and is only open for tours at certain times of the year. The palace was built in 1572 and is filled with period furniture and artworks which have all been expertly preserved.

Vianden Castle

Vianden castle and valley in Luxembourg
Vianden castle and valley in Luxembourg

A short trip out of the main city will take you to Vianden Castle. This fortified castle has its origins in the early 3rd century and has been added to and updated over the years. You can take a guided tour of this unique building and discover the important role it has played in history and modern times.

Where to stay in Luxembourg?

Discover modern and stylish luxury at one of these opulent hotels.

Sofitel Luxembourg Le Grand Ducal

a room in Sofitel Luxembourg Le Grand Ducal
Stay at Sofitel Luxembourg Le Grand Ducal

This hotel is located in the centre of the city and is surrounded by famous attractions and the financial district. The top floor of the hotel features a fine dining restaurant where guests can enjoy views of the city and distant valleys.

Le Royal Hotel

a room in Le Royal Hotel
Rest in Le Royal Hotel

This hotel is just steps from Place d’Armes and features elegantly furnished rooms where guests can relax and enjoy the sights of the city. It features a spacious wellness centre where you can indulge in spa treatments, an indoor swimming pool, and a fully-equipped fitness centre.

Where to Eat in Luxembourg?

Ma Langue Sourit

Our favourite high-class restaurant is Ma Langue Sourit, boasting an impressive two-star Michelin. Located east of the capital in the small town of Oetrange, Ma Langue Sourit offers a warm and intimate experience. The dishes are prepared without unnecessary frills, but they offer a perfect balance of flavours. What could be a more perfect dinner after a long day of sightseeing?

La Distillerie

If you're looking for a more creative experience, you can't go wrong with La Distillerie. Located in the Bourglinster Castle, this restaurant offers both incredible views and unique, inventive dishes. The chef's strengths lie in the unique assembly of vegetables and the perfect technical execution of the sauces. If you could only eat one meal in Luxembourg, be sure to have it here!

Aerial view of Luxembourg

Luxury Activities in Paris

Paris (France) is considered one of the style and fashion capitals of the world and it offers a wide range of indulgent activities.


inside part of the famous Galeries Lafayette with it's brand stands Hermes, Chanel and Givenchy on April 24th 2013 in Paris, France
Visit the famous Galeries Lafayette.

Paris (France) is home to several boutique shops and the flagship stores of some of the most important design brands in the world such as Givenchy, Dolce and Gabbana, Prada, Valentino, and Karl Largerfeld. Spend a day or two shopping for Haute Couture and all of the latest styles hot off the runway from Paris Fashion Week. Hiring a private jet ensures that you have plenty of room for all your purchases and don't have to worry about a baggage allowance.

Paris Fashion Week

PARIS, France - Xenia Van Der Woodsen on the street during the Paris Fashion Week.
PARIS, France - Xenia Van Der Woodsen on the street during the Paris Fashion Week.

Experience a truly exclusive look at the world of high-end fashion. The most glamourous event in fashion offers VIP experiences such as front-row catwalk seats, private after-parties, and chauffeurs to drive you around. Get inspired by the event before heading to some of the high-end shops of Paris (France) to purchase your own haute couture. Explore the Avenue des Champs-Elysees and Rue Saint Honore where you will find Armani, Alexander McQueen, Channel, and Hermes.

Where to stay in Paris?

Paris(France) is known across the world for its stunning architecture and luxurious experiences. Stay in one of these hotels to enjoy the best of Paris.

Ritz Paris

Suite coco channel in the ritz paris
Rest in Ritz Paris

This innovative hotel has been welcoming celebrities and billionaires wanting to vacation in Paris since it opened its doors in 1898. It offers some indulgent features such as gold swan taps in all the bathrooms. The rooms are decorated with period furniture that has been expertly restored and there are famous artworks hanging in the lobby.

Four Seasons Paris

luxury room in four seasons
Stay at four seasons

This palatial hotel offers guests a place to relax and indulge in the finer things in life. The hotel restaurant holds three Michelin stars and is considered one of the best places to dine in Paris. All of the rooms are decorated in various historic styles except for the modern penthouse which has multiple rooftop terraces where guests can enjoy incredible views of Paris.

Where to eat in Paris?

Le Taillevent

Le Taillevent offers a place for business dinners or private tastings. The restaurant offers a choice of 2,800 wines. Red mullet or Sea bream are dishes cooked for your palate.

Dine at L'Ambroisie

Chef Bernard Pacaud founded this fine dining restaurant in 1986 and it earned three Michelin stars in 1988. The restaurant continues to offer an exceptional dining experience and has never lost any of its award stars. It provides one of the most coveted dining experiences in France and you will need to book far in advance to get a table.

Aerial view of Paris

Why charter a jet with LunaJets?

We offer a bespoke service that ensures a VIP experience from the moment you register for a private jet till you arrive at your destination. We have access to a variety of private aircraft across the world and can fly you to the destination of your choice.

Frequently Asked Questions

How far is Paris Le Bourget from the city centre?

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

When is the best month to visit Paris?

September and October are beautiful months to visit Paris, although spring and summer too.

How many airports does Luxembourg have?

Luxembourg Airport (IATA: LUX, ICAO: ELLX) is the country's only airport.

How far is the airport from the city centre of Luxembourg?

Luxembourg Airport is located just outside of town, about 8 kilometres from the city centre (Place Guillaume II).

Other destinations from/to Paris