Hire a Private Jet to Salzburg

Take a private jet to or from Salzburg and learn what it's like to fly in a deeply convenient style. This is an experience that surpasses even the highest class of commercial airline travel between European cities. When you charter a private jet, even the wide seating room and other luxuries offered by first-class commercial flights start to seem more than a bit bland in comparison.

How much does it cost to charter a private jet from Salzburg?

Chartering a private jet from Salzburg cost from approximately €5,110 to Milan and up to €17,530 to Milan.

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Aircraft: Citation MustangVery Light Jet

Seat: 4

Estimated Price: €5,680

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Aircraft: Phenom 300Super Light Jet

Seat: 7

Estimated Price: €9,180

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Aircraft: Challenger 850Super Large Jet

Seat: 13

Estimated Price: €17,430

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Aircraft: Citation MustangVery Light Jet

Seat: 4

Estimated Price: €5,110

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Aircraft: Citation CJ3Light Jet

Seat: 7

Estimated Price: €8,830

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Aircraft: Challenger 850Super Large Jet

Seat: 13

Estimated Price: €17,530

What is the flight time of a private jet from Salzburg?

The time of a private flight from Salzburg lasts between 0h 45m and 1h 05m.

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Aircraft: Citation MustangVery Light Jet

Seat: 4

Average Flight Time: 01h 05m

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Aircraft: Phenom 300Super Light Jet

Seat: 7

Average Flight Time: 00h 49m

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Aircraft: Challenger 850Super Large Jet

Seat: 13

Average Flight Time: 00h 45m

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Aircraft: Citation MustangVery Light Jet

Seat: 4

Average Flight Time: 01h 00m

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Aircraft: Citation CJ3Light Jet

Seat: 7

Average Flight Time: 00h 50m

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Aircraft: Challenger 850Super Large Jet

Seat: 13

Average Flight Time: 00h 45m

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

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

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Roland Ozolins

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Private Aviation Coordinator

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Here we’re going to cover the essential details of how to make the most of your trip via private jet to or from Salzburg via a luxury chartered flight of the kind that LunaJets specializes in.

Salzburg is Full of History

There is simply too much in Salzburg that’s worth seeing and exploring. This 1300-year-old city is flooded with history, and extremely unique points of interest abound. Salzburg also has a surprisingly energetic and richly diverse food and drink scene that combines beautifully with its cultural jewels.

A scattering of Michelin-starred restaurants is even available if you're looking for exceptionally fine gourmet dining opportunities.

A convenient aspect of Salzburg is its relatively small size. This means that many of the most unique locations in the city are conveniently located very close to each other right inside the Altstadt section of the ancient city center. This is also where you’ll find so much of Salzburg’s fine dining spots and most lively nightlife scene.

A few of the essential sights you simply should not miss after renting a private charter jet to visit Salzburg are worth mentioning specifically.

Visit Medieval Palaces and Fortresses

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Visit the Salzburg Castle

First of all, there is the sprawling Mirabell Palace, which is located in the city center and surrounded by sprawling, lush gardens. If you adore baroque architecture, this is vast old former royal home is a location that you simply shouldn’t miss.

If you want an even more medieval exploration opportunity even by the ancient standards of Salzburg, the Monchesburg neighborhood that overlooks the city is absolutely worth wandering around. This maze of winding ancient streets is home to the immense and ancient Hohensalzburg Fortress that dominates over all of Salzburg. The city’s fine art museum is also located close to the Hohensalzburg inside Monchesburg too.

Shopping Along Ancient Bohemian Streets

Unidentified People Walking at Famous Historical Shopping Street Getreidegasse in Salzburg. Getreidegasse, is one of the oldest streets in Salzburg
Go shopping in the street of Salzburg

If you’re just dying for an afternoon of carefree shopping that lets you choose from boutiques, arts & crafts shops, antique stores and even stereotypical tourist traps while pausing periodically for a delicious café or deli lunch, then the Lingergasse historical shopping street in the center of Salzburg is absolutely worth spending an afternoon in.

This is the bohemian heart of this city and it opens its arms up to all-comers from any corner of the globe.

Salzburg has so much more to offer than we could possibly cover here. It’s one of the better preserved Germanic medieval cities of central Europe and this alone makes it a place that’s completely worth visiting as a private jet adventure destination for your next adventure.

Luxury Accommodation in Salzburg

The small ancient city of Salzburg is filled with beautiful exploration opportunities and unique strolling options. This UNESCO Heritage listed medieval city is famous for its long history of being a home to classical music and its association with the musical genius of Wolfgang Mozart.

Salzburg offers accommodation in abundance as well, for both budget and highly luxurious tastes.

Hotel Am Dom

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Stay at Am Dom

As a well-located first option, there is the boutique Hotel Am Dom, which is perfect for avoiding long walks to historic landmarks. This luxurious and highly modern place was created by extensively renovating an 800-year-old townhouse and offers a fascinating architectural blend of medieval style and fully new amenities. Despite its dead central location and luxury boutique status, the Hotel Am Dom is moderately priced.

Goldener Hirsch hotel

A room in Goldener Hirsch hotel
Stay at Goldener Hirsch hotel

Travellers who’ve hired a private jet to visit Salzburg might also enjoy the slightly more distant but deeply historic Goldener Hirsch hotel, which is slightly further from the Old Town but still superbly located and just steps away from the birthplace of Mozart. It’s renowned for its breakfast and other dining menu options.

Why LunaJets?

Luna Jets offers extensive luxury and executive private jet flight options to European and international destinations Our flights and aircraft are completely tailored to offer you not only smooth, customized journeys to wherever you need to go but also beautifully appointed amenities and service during each moment of your flight. We service a broad range of destinations and aircraft. Visit our site to find out how we can help you plan your personalized air travel needs.

Salzburg Airport and its amenities

The officially named Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Airport in Salzburg, Austria is located just over 2 miles (4km) to the southwest of the city. Operating as a major entry point from many European and international destinations, Salzburg Mozart Airport is thoroughly equipped to handle even the largest private plane arrivals and commercial flights. The airport’s main runway measures out at just over 9,020 feet, or 2,750 meters and the amenities for private travellers and visitors of all kinds at Salzburg Airport itself are extensive.

Where to eat in Salzburg?

St. Peter Stiftskulinarium

The St. Peter Stiftskulinarium is Europe's oldest restaurant, dating back to 803 C.E. While the contemporary Austrian menu is excellent, the history and atmosphere of the various salons and dining rooms are even more appealing. During the Christmas market season, the arcaded courtyard, in particular, transforms into a winter wonderland. The Mozart Dinner will be the highlight for the majority of visitors.

Esszimmer

Since 2004, it has become synonymous with fine dining in Salzburg, earning three Gault & Millau toques and one Michelin star. The interior design is modern yet cosy, with a fireplace, warm lighting, and a glass floor that provides a glimpse into the Middle Ages. Several tasting menus with primarily Austrian and French influences are available, though individual items can also be ordered.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get from Salzburg Airport to the city centre?

The distance between Salzburg Airport and the city centre is 11 kilometres. A car journey usually takes around 20 minutes.

Does Salzburg have 2 airports?

Just one with two terminals. All Salzburg flights land at Salzburg W.A. Mozart Airport. The airport code is SZG, and it is also known as Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart or W.A. Mozart.

What is the best month to go to Salzburg?

The high seasons (June–August and December–February) are the best times.

Is Salzburg worth visiting in winter?

Salzburg is an excellent base for a ski safari of the surrounding mountainous countryside.