Hire a Private Jet to Gibraltar

Located along the southern tip of Iberia, Gibraltar is one of 14 other British Overseas Territories. This small peninsula covers 4.2 square miles, but has a population of over 30,000, which makes it one of the most densely populated territories in the world. English is the official language; however, many residents also speak Spanish and the local language of Llanito. Millions of visitors arrive by international flights or by private jet charters for the large mountain of limestone that’s known as the Rock of Gibraltar and other tourist spot. For business trips, there’s also the option of corporate charters.

What is the best airport to travel to and from Gibraltar?

The Gibraltar International Airport (GIB) is the civilian airport that serves the territory of Gibraltar. It’s located along the northern portion of the British Overseas Territory just a short three-minute walk to the border of Spain minutes from the center of the region. The airport has only one runway that supports both private jets and commercial airlines. For passengers and crew, there's a VIP lounge with high speed internet access.

What kind of aircraft may I use to go to Gibraltar?

Here is a selection of aircraft you may use to go to Gibraltar. For more details you can contact one of our dedicated Private Aviation Advisor.

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Speed: 269 kts | 500 km/h

Range: 1742 nm | 3226 km

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Speed: 440 kts | 816 km/h

Range: 1858 nm | 3441 km

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Speed: 469 kts | 870 km/h

Range: 3682 nm | 6819 km

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Speed: 515 kts | 955 km/h

Range: 5490 nm | 10167 km

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What can you do in Gibraltar?

Gibraltar is a diverse vacation spot with year-round sunny weather, towering cliffs, wildlife and plenty of exciting things to do and see. The most comfortable time of the year is during September and October, which is commonly referred to as the Mediterranean Autumn. If you plan to book a private jet for a visit, consider these spots of interest.

Visit Europa Point

Rock of Gibraltar's Europa Point lighthouse and new sports facilities.
Visit Europa Point Lighthouse

Europa Point is located along the southernmost tip of Gibraltar. It’s home of the Europa Point Lighthouse and other notable buildings, including Harding’s Battery and the Roman Catholic Shrine of Our Lady of Europe.

Explore Forbes Quarry

The rock of gibraltar in the morning dawn
Explore the Quarry

Forbes Quarry is an anthropology and archaeology site where the world’s first female neanderthal skull was found in 1848. The quarry is located on the north face of the Rock of Gibraltar.

Tour St. Michael’s Cave

Tourists explore Old St. Michael's Cave, that has been illuminated with colorful LED lighting, located at the Upper Rock Nature Reserve at Gibraltar.
Be amazed by the colors of st Michael's Cave

St. Michael’s cave is a collection of caves located along the upper rock nature reserve on the Rock of Gibraltar. Inside, you’ll find stalactites and stalagmites, walls of calcium flow and colored lights that play along parts of the cave.

Where to Stay in Gibraltar?

There are plenty of accommodations for visitors to Gibraltar. While all areas of the territory have amenities to offer, the western side is one of the best places to stay. Some of the top places that consistently get high marks include:

Luxury Yacht Hotel

Luxury Yacht Hotel
Stay at the Luxury Yacht Hotel

Those seeking a romantic getaway may want to choose the Luxury Yacht Hotel. This 54-foot yacht is also called the Lady Anita. It features two staterooms with a double-bed and bathroom, a large saloon and the latest technologies.

The Rock Hotel

The Rock Hotel
Stay at The Rock Hotel

Known as one of the Mediterranean's most famous hotels, The Rock Hotel features beautifully landscaped grounds and 104 rooms that overlook the Gibraltar Botanic Gardens. There are suites, junior suites and penthouses.

The Eliott

The Eliott
Stay at The Eliott

A popular spot for couples, the Eliott Hotel offers views of the Strait of Gibraltar. It offers a rooftop pool and terrace with a bistro, bright and airy bedrooms with internet access and air conditioning. Some have private balconies and satellite TV.

Where to Eat in Gibraltar?

There are many top restaurants to choose from in Gibraltar depending on what type of cuisine you're looking for and your budget.


For Iberian cuisine, AquaTerra offers grilled steak and fish dishes. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with dished like ham croquettes, beef picana and cheesecake.

Curry and Sushi

One of the highest ranked restaurants in Gibraltar, Curry and Sushi serves Japanese, Indian, sushi and Asian cuisine. Favorite menu items include the chicken lolypops, king salmon filet ad egg fried rice.

Moniques Bistro and Café

For a laid back atmosphere, the Moniques Bistro and Café is open daily for lunch and dinner. Choose from popular choices like ciabatta, duck wraps or the lamb cakes.

What events to attend in Gibraltar?

Gibraltar hosts many annual events throughout the year to celebrate the culture and the holidays of the region.

Three Kings Cavalcade

Taking place on January 5th, the Three Kings Cavalcade highlights the culture of the region. There are floats, fancy dress, marching bands, caroling and food.

Gibraltar Spring Festival

This multicultural event celebrates the arrival of summer with dance shows, art exhibits, theater performances and food. The Gibraltar Spring Festival takes place each year over a three week period in May and June.

National Day

Held each September 10th, National Day is one of the main events in Gibraltar. The celebration includes street parties, food stalls, concerts, marching bands and the release of 30,000 red and white balloons.