Hire a Private Jet to Rome

The city of Rome, also sometimes known as ‘the Eternal City’, includes some of the most recognizable and historical landmarks in the entire world. Steeped in history and culture, Rome offers an abundance of exquisite restaurants and elegant places to stay. Taking a private jet to and from Rome is the best way to ensure you experience everything the city has to offer, all while doing it in style.

What Can You Do In Rome?

With an abundance of historical sites from the Colosseum to Trevi Fountain and no shortage of fun bars, elegant restaurants and lively entertainment options, Rome has something for everyone. 

Tour the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palantine Hill

Panoramic view the Colosseum (Coliseum) and Roman Forum from Palantine hill, Rome, Italy. The Roman Forum is one of the main tourist attractions of Rome.
Tour the Palantine hill

The Colosseum is one of the most iconic and recognizable landmarks in the world. Construction began around 70 AD and it was the largest amphitheatre ever built and still holds that title today. It was home to fierce gladiator battles, naval exercises and theatrical performances and could seat over 50,000 spectators. A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, you can combine your tour with entrance tickets to the Roman Forum and Palantine Hill.

Visit Vatican City, St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel

Rome, Italy. Famous Saint Peter's Square in Vatican and aerial view of the city.
Visit the Vatican City

While Vatican City is its own country, no trip to Rome would be complete without a visit. Take a guided tour and marvel at the elegant grandeur of the handcrafted marble facades. Tickets can be combined to gain entry to St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, which was painted by world-famous artist Michelangelo. 

Trevi Fountain

Beautiful view of the Trevi Fountain. Rome
Take photos around the beautiful Trevi Fountain

The fountain dates back to ancient Rome and is one of the oldest water sources in the city. Widely considered as a Baroque masterpiece, legend says that those who throw a coin into its waters are guaranteed to return to the City. 

Where Should You Eat in Rome?

An incredible aspect of Rome is that while Italian food is to-die-for, there are also many other options to choose from no matter what your palette craves. 

La Pergola has been considered one of the best places to eat in Rome for years and is the only restaurant in the City with three Michelin stars. It offers incredible views from the top of the Rome Cavalieri Hotel and includes a selection of over 53,000 bottles of wine. La Terrazza is another fine-dining option that offers stunning vistas of the Roman skyline. Indulge in the likes of veal broth ravioli with horseradish or calamarata pasta with coconut, rocket and steamed oyster. 

Where Should You Stay in Rome?

There are many excellent areas to stay, from the Historic Center, Ancient Rome and Monti, Trastevere or Vatican and Prati. Rome offers the best in luxury and boutique hotels.

The St. Regis Rome

A lavish accommodation option that is situated within a 19th-century building near Piazza della Republica. With an interior that is classically styled, this hotel includes amenities such as a spa and butler service, providing the freedom to explore Rome and return at the end of the day to relax and be pampered. 

Hassler Roma

This legendary five-star hotel is located in Rome’s City Center and overlooks the famed Spanish Steps. It has been in operation for over a century and includes exquisite attention to detail with the highest quality of service. 

J.K. Place Roma

The boutique hotel has been a popular place of accommodation since it first opened in 2013 and provides elegant decor combined with an incredible location. With luxurious amenities, personalized service and a collection of exclusive offers, J.K. Place Roma will ensure any worries are whisked away. 

Hotel de Russie

Another legendary five-star hotel that is located near Trevi Fountain, Hotel de Russie includes one of the best spas in all of Rome. A beautiful blend of classical and cosmopolitan, the hotel was labelled as “paradise on earth” by French poet Jean Cocteau in 1917 and includes a Secret Garden, a bar, and a restaurant that prides itself in fine Italian cuisine. 

Fly-In or Take Off From Rome With LunaJets

Rome is one of the busiest and most visited cities in the world, and taking a private jet to and from the Eternal City will bring forth comfort, flexibility and an opportunity to make the most out of your time. 

Rent a private jet for a family getaway and tour the Colosseum or hire a private jet for a romantic getaway with your significant other. Whatever you choose, LunaJets is here to accommodate all of your wants and needs. 

What would it cost to charter a private jet from Rome?

Chartering a private jet from Rome can cost from approximately  4,830 to Olbia and up to  18,790 to Olbia.

FromToAircraftSeatsEstimated Price
Rome
Olbia
Citation MustangVery Light Jet
4
 4,830
Rome
Olbia
Citation XLSSuper Light Jet
8
 9,630
Rome
Olbia
Challenger 850Super Large Jet
13
 18,790

What would it cost to charter a private jet to Rome?

Chartering a private jet to Rome can cost from approximately  5,600 from Nice and up to  39,480 from Mykonos.

FromToAircraftSeatsEstimated Price
Geneva
Rome
Citation MustangVery Light Jet
4
 6,650
Geneva
Rome
Learjet 45 XRSuper Light Jet
8
 8,150
Geneva
Rome
Challenger 850Super Large Jet
13
 14,800
Nice
Rome
Citation MustangVery Light Jet
4
 5,600
Nice
Rome
Learjet 45 XRSuper Light Jet
8
 10,620
Nice
Rome
Challenger 850Super Large Jet
13
 17,610
Athens
Rome
Citation MustangVery Light Jet
4
 12,390
Athens
Rome
Citation XLSSuper Light Jet
8
 15,810
Athens
Rome
Legacy 600Large Jets
13
 31,790
Mykonos
Rome
Citation MustangVery Light Jet
4
 12,880
Mykonos
Rome
Citation XLSSuper Light Jet
8
 16,690
Mykonos
Rome
Falcon 900EXLarge Jets
12
 39,480
Paris
Rome
Citation MustangVery Light Jet
4
 7,950
Paris
Rome
Citation CJ3Light Jet
7
 15,810
Paris
Rome
Global 6000Long Range Jet
14
 24,970
London
Rome
Phenom 100Very Light Jet
4
 13,290
London
Rome
Learjet 75Super Light Jet
8
 17,350
London
Rome
Legacy 600Large Jets
13
 23,960
Milan
Rome
Citation MustangVery Light Jet
4
 5,600
Milan
Rome
Learjet 45 XRSuper Light Jet
8
 10,620
Milan
Rome
Challenger 850Super Large Jet
13
 17,610

What are the approximate flight times from Rome?

Private jet charters from Rome to popular destinations can vary from 00h 40m to 00h 50m.

FromToAircraftSeatsAverage Flight Time
Rome
Olbia
Citation MustangVery Light Jet
4
00h 50m
Rome
Olbia
Citation XLSSuper Light Jet
8
00h 45m
Rome
Olbia
Challenger 850Super Large Jet
13
00h 40m

What are the closest airports to central Rome for private jet charter?

Airport NameIATAICAO
CiampinoCIALIRA
Fiumicino Leonardo-da-VinciFCOLIRF

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

Our team of private aviation advisors recommend Leonardo da Vinci International Airport for travel to and from Rome.

Charter a private jet from Rome