Hire a Private Jet to Glasgow

Glasgow is the most populous city in Scotland and one of the largest in the entire United Kingdom. Once a rural locale, Glasgow is now a large seaport and cultural destination. It boasts the University of Glasgow, established in the 15th century, and stunning natural views courtesy of the River Clyde. The city is home to a growing financial sector and a thriving professional sports community (as rabid Rangers football fans know). Flying in and out of Glasgow via private jet is the ideal way to make good use of your time in this bustling metropolis. Considering how much there is to do and see for passengers, chartering a trip on your schedule is essential.  

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

Our team of private aviation advisors recommend Glasgow Airport for travel to and from Glasgow.

Which kind of Aircraft is available to land in Glasgow?

The aircraft models that can land in Glasgow are:

Seats: 4

Speed: 421 kts | 780 km/h

Range: 1381 nm | 2557 km

Seats: 4

Speed: 375 kts | 695 km/h

Range: 1125 nm | 2083 km

Seats: 5

Speed: 377 kts | 700 km/h

Range: 1290 nm | 2389 km

Seats: 5

Speed: 367 kts | 680 km/h

Range: 1180 nm | 2185 km

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Tomas Nicolau

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What Can You Do In Glasgow?

Once you land in a private jet there are numerous attractions and sites to enjoy on a trip to Glasgow, from museums to natural scenery along the River Clyde.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow.

The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum boasts 22 different galleries, each filled with art exhibitions that represent Scottish culture and enrich the Glasgow experience. The highly-arched walkways further ingratiate visitors in the historical elements of the space, which is a popular attraction for individual tourists and large groups alike.

Glengoyne Distillery

The Glengoyne Distillery at Dumgoyne just north of Glasgow, Scotland. The distillery was built in 1833.
Find out more about the origin and history of Scotch Whisky

A tour of the Glengoyne Distillery underscores to visitors a process for making whiskey that has been in place since the 1800s. The distillery bills itself as the slowest still in Scotland, which showcases the quality of the final product.

Glasgow Cathedral

St Mungo’s Cathedral Glasgow
St Mungo’s Cathedral Glasgow

The Glasgow Cathedral is an imposing presence along the city skyline and is the oldest cathedral in mainland Scotland. It was built prior to the 12th century Reformation, a testament to the fact that it remains standing even today.

Attend a Glasgow Event

celtic music in Glasgow
Attend Celtic Connections

Glasgow is a vibrant city full of numerous annual events that draw a crowd. For instance, Celtic Connections is a major annual celebration of Celtic Music and is held in Glasgow, drawing artists from around the world.

The Glasgow International Comedy Festival is an international celebration of comedy, drawing both Scottish and international comedians alike. Meanwhile, the Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair is an exhibition of various art types, representing an upscale cultural event in the city.

Lodging Options in Glasgow

The history that permeates the Glasgow region can be found in many of the city's lodging options, though there are also luxurious contemporary places to stay as well.

Radisson Blu Hotel Glasgow

suite room in radisson glasgow
Stay at Radisson Blu Glasgow

The Radisson Blu Hotel Glasgow has 250 business-class guest rooms, 12 junior suites and several larger more luxurious suites. This is a luxurious business facility that even offers meeting rooms with cutting-edge amenities that make it easier to do business on the go.

Cameron House on Loch Lomond

room in Cameron House on Loch Lomond
rest in cameron House on Loch Lomond

The Cameron House on Loch Lomond is a high-end lodging option that just reeks of history. There are family rooms for those that need multiple spaces in which to bunk up, and whisky suites that are situated in the original part of what used to be a sprawling mansion. This property specializes in traditional Scottish hospitality.

Carlton George Hotel Glasgow

FRONT FACING ROOMS WITH FLOOR TO CEILING WINDOWS
Rest in Carlton George

The Carlton George Hotel Glasgow is a boutique property that is situated in the heart of the city. It is in a high-end neighbourhood and close to shopping and dining. There are 64 rooms on the property and an executive lounge on-site.

Hotel du Vin Glasgow

room in hotel du vin
Rest in hotel du vin

Hotel du Vin Glasgow is situated at the West End of the city and consists of converted period townhouses. Each of the rooms is designed with its own scheme and decorative patterns. The amenities and old-fashioned concierge service mean that guests can enjoy a mix of luxury and contemporary here. There are also two on-site restaurants and a bar.

Where Should You Dine in Glasgow?

Fine dining abounds in Glasgow, and there are plenty of upscale restaurant properties in place to prove it.

Cail Bruich

Cail Bruich boasts a Michelin star for its efforts and serves up Scottish fare with a French twist. If you want your own private event, they host up to a maximum of 28 guests. Another culinary experience is being part of the counter where the chef is in front of the open kitchen creating the dishes, in this while you will enjoy Krug Champagne.

Unalome

Immerse at the Unalome Kitchen Table. This unique spot is perfect for overseeing how the chef and his team are doing your desires. Take an exquisite 8-course exclusive chef's menu. Roasted Orkney Scallops and Perigord Foie Gras are one of the best dishes here.

Your private jet charter with LunaJets for a Trip to and from Glasgow

Many passengers take the runway to Glasgow airport for both business and pleasure. Considering that the city is a destination for international finance as well as history and culture, it is easy to see how visitors might combine both. As such, travelling to and from the city via private jet is ideal. This mode of travel offers convenience and luxury wrapped up in one easy charter.

Aerial view of Glasgow

Frequently Asked Questions

How many airports does Glasgow have?

Glasgow has two airports. Glasgow Prestwick Airport and Glasgow Airport.

How far is Glasgow Airport from the centre?

Glasgow Airport and Glasgow's downtown are separated by 14.5 kilometres.

When is the best time to visit Glasgow?

The best time to visit Glasgow is between March and August. Winter is cold and the days are shorter.