Hire a Private Jet to Jeddah

Looking for a luxurious getaway location filled with beauty, splendour, and culture? Book a private jet to whisk you away to Jeddah, a port city located in Saudi Arabia. Jeddah is not only known for its gorgeous resort hotels, stunning beaches, and sculptures, but its historic district dating back to the 7th century.

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

Located 19 km north of Jeddah, the best airport is the remodeled King Abdulaziz International Airport. It is the main international airport in Jeddah and ranks in the top 50 in the best global airports. This grand airport can be reached by private jet charter.

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

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

Seats: 8

Speed: 448 kts | 831 km/h

Range: 2620 nm | 4852 km

Seats: 12

Speed: 515 kts | 955 km/h

Range: 5490 nm | 10167 km

Seats: 12

Speed: 487 kts | 903 km/h

Range: 6055 nm | 11213 km

Seats: 14

Speed: 508 kts | 941 km/h

Range: 7767 nm | 14384 km

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What Can You Do in Jeddah?

The most popular things to do in Jeddah centre around historical tours. Jeddah is rich in history and natural beauty making it a popular destination hotspot.

Explore the Green Sarawat Mountains

The first moments of sunrise on the mountains of Sarawat South of Saudi Arabia.
Explore the Green Sarawat Mountains

If you love nature, this six-day scenic tour begins with the Sea of Jeddah and takes you to the forest heights in Al Hada. You will be guided through villages, forests, and right up to the clouds found in Abha.

Historical Tour to Jeddah, taif, Ah Baha and Abha

very nice caffe bar on street Al Kabli Ln in the old part of the city Jeddah, Al Balad
Visit Al Baha

Can’t get enough of history or culture? This seven-day tour begins in Ad-Balad, Jeddah’s historical downtown. From there, you will see popular local areas in Beit Nassif. The tour ends with visiting The Floating Mosque and Al Tayebat International City Museum.

Pilgrimage Tours to Makkah and Medina City

Al-Masjid an-Nabawi (Prophet's Mosque) in Medina city, Saudi Arabia
Visit the Prophet's Mosque

Soak up culture with this tour to Makkah (10-12 locations) and Medina (6-7 locations). The royal treatment awaits by speaking guides taking you on a tour to watch Um rah rituals, sightseeing tours, and to view other locations in Saudi Arabia by road or air.

Where to Stay in Jeddah?

Jeddah boasts of the most opulent, scenic resort hotels imaginable. They each contain epic views overlooking the city combined with superior service expected from a resort hotel.

Waldorf Astoria Jeddah- Qasr Al Sharq

Waldorf Astoria Jeddah
Stay at the Waldorf Astoria Jeddah

The name translated means “Palace of the East” and this indeed is what this hotel delivers. Facing the Red Sea, the marble lobby containing a three-story Swarovski chandelier greets you. A 24-karat gold-leaf wrapped television adds opulence to any room. It also boasts a women’s only spa, and 24-hour butler service.

Rosewood Jeddah

Rosewood Jeddah
Stay at the Rosewood Jeddah

Located along the west coast of Saudi Arabia, the Rosewood Jeddah provides a scenic location coupled with sophistication. It offers a luxurious rooftop pool overlooking the city (men only), marble baths, and a beach located close by. Tea at the Soleil is the perfect way to end the day.

The Ritz-Carleton, Jeddah

The Ritz-Carleton, Jeddah
Stay at The Ritz-Carleton, Jeddah

This hotel overlooks the King Fahd’s Fountain and the beautiful Red Sea. It offers a palatial history combined with lavish design. Opulent dining can be found at the Saltz, Reyhana, and Karamel Lounge. It also hosts a men’s only sanctuary, and you can reserve private beach access.

Where to Eat in Jeddah?

Jeddah’s restaurants boasts a mixture of different cuisine ranging from ancient dishes to modern food experiences. It will delight even the most discriminating palate, while the décor is nothing sort of stunning.

AL Shurfa Lounge

This is a cozy, intimate, yet opulent boutique café offering coffee, tea, and absolute tranquility. It is a place wherein you can unwind for some quiet reflection or meet with family/friends.

Fogo De Chao 

Fogo De Chao is run by chefs raised into a centuries-old tradition called "churrasco". They are taught to respect the ingredients that go into every dish by cooking them slowly to expose their natural flavours.


Lusin offers exquisite dining in a modern environment. The Armenian cuisine reflects centuries-old traditions with flavorful preparations and distinct aromas.

What Events to Attend in Jeddah

Jeddah is a culture that prizes music, food, nature, and literature. This is reflected in every aspect from the beauty found in the forests to events which reflects a culture proud of its roots, and the future ahead.

Candlelit Symphonic Concert

This concert extends over two weekends and is one of the best music experiences available. Set in the UNESCO Heritage Site of Hegra, it offers a plethora of classical music performed live by Saudi musicians.

Alula Arts

This festival runs from February 13 to March 31 and showcases a variety of artistic talents. It hosts come of the best cutting edge contemporary artwork by leading Saudi artists.

Experience the Deep Sea

Hope of Spring creates the ultimate experience as a dive resort. They pride themselves on pampering their guests and providing the most exclusive diving experiences. Their year-round events will allow you to enjoy the stunning beauty of nature never experienced before.