Hire a private jet to Barbados

Barbados is an absolute dream for any island lover. The Caribbean island is the most luxurious destination it can get, but why not upscale it even more, by hiring a private jet with LunaJets and arriving in Barbados with absolute class and style?

The former English colony has got some of the best beaches, excellent cuisine, beautiful architecture and a rich history. The island is a perfect escape from winter, as Barbados has a good climate all year round.

How can you hire a private jet in Barbados?

At LunaJets, we stand to our pillars; simple, fast and reliable and will ensure the best travel for you and your loved ones. With our long-standing history and being the market leader in this sector, we have an extensive fleet of 4800 aircraft. Moreover, we will adapt to any of your needs, whether a cargo charter a group charter or a last-minute charter.

We invite you to download our new LunaJets App and follow the steps for your dream charter.

The advantages of the App are:

  • Book a flight anytime and anywhere

  • Store manage and retrieve documents

  • You will have geolocation with directions to the respective airports

  • Compare all the pricing options online

  • Compare the aircraft and their features

  • Maintain informed thanks to live updates

If you prefer contacting us the old-school way, call any of our aviation advisors today and get the best private jet charter option.

Some of the advantages of charter flights are:

  • You get to choose your own schedule, with no delays or long queues

  • You get to choose your route, with no annoying layovers

  • The flight is tailormade to all your preferences (be it dietary, additional luggage etc)

What are the best cities to visit by private jet in Barbados

Barbados has very few towns but rather astonishing and relaxing clear blue water beaches in world-famous resorts, perfect for an anniversary or a honeymoon, here however are some of the biggest towns to visit when in Barbados.


architecture and sea in Bridgetown
Visit Bridgetown

Serving as the capital of the island, Bridgetown will make you feel like a fairy tale. Home to beautiful colonial architecture, mixed with Caribbean vibe colours and by the sea, Bridgetown is also home to one of the oldest synagogues in the western hemisphere. Barbados also offers interesting museums and a lively shopping scene. The options for lodging are endless, but if you want a renowned resort try staying at the Sandy Lane Resort. This hotel amongst many others offers a great spa, various watersports facilities and beautiful golf. If you opt for a house, there are also villas available to rent.

Getting there:

Barbados is only served by one airport, Grantley Adams International (BGI, TBPB). This airport is also the main eastern Caribbean transportation hub. The airport is located about 17km from the centre of the city.


view of pier of Speightstown
Visit Speightstown

Speightstown is the second biggest city in Barbados and definitely worth vising. With its colonial charm, the city has been an important port since 1630. It features a lot of historic buildings, as well as of course beautiful beaches, a modern marina and superb cuisine. It has a lot of galleries and the famous Tiyi by Design Art Jewellery studio. Along the coast are countless dream resorts, but if you are looking for something close to Speightstown, staying at the Fairmont Royal Pavilion is a perfect choice. The clear blue water, activities and VIP service will leave you speechless and make your stay on this astonishing island completely worth it.

Getting there:

As the only airport in Barbados, you will have to fly to Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI, TBPB). Located on the west coast of Barbados, it is about 35km from the airport taking about 40 minutes by car. There is absolutely no better way than to arrive by jet to this island.

The best event where you can fly by private jet to Barbados

National Independence Festival of Creative Arts

artists on stage
Attend the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts

The National Independence Festival of Creative Arts was first tributed in 1973 and has been held every year except 2020 due to the pandemic. It is held annually to commemorate the independence of Barbados. Music and performing arts including drama, fine art, culinary arts, music and many more are part of this amazing festival. It is meant to promote the nation's rich culture and discover new talents to present to the world.

Getting there:

As the only airport serving Barbados, to fly to this event you will have to fly into Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI, TBPB). Whether it is to go to beautiful towns, for a relaxing holiday, or to this amazing festival, LunaJets has got you covered.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any restrictions on flying to Barbados?

No matter what restrictions or regulations Barbados has, LunaJets will ensure all those are met so you can relax on your flight and wake up on this idyllic island.

How many hours is the flight time to Barbados?

From Miami to Barbados it is about a 3 hours 40 min private flight. From London to Grantley Adams airport it takes about 9 hours on a private plane. We can arrange any charter flights you may need.

Which aircraft does LunaJets offer?

LunaJets fleet offers an extensive range of Heavy Jets, Large Jets, Super Midsize Jets and Light Jets. No matter your needs and wants, we have just the right aircraft for you.

When is the best time to visit Barbados?

The best months are anywhere from mid-December to April, although the temperatures are good the whole year, however, you might experience some tropical rain.