Hire a Private Jet to Warsaw

Travelling to Warsaw via private jet is one of the best ways to get to know the city before leaving again. There is a great deal to enjoy about the Polish capital, and private jet travel gives you enough time to do just that.

What are the closest airports to Warsaw by private jet?

There are 2 airports near Warsaw:

  • Frederic Chopin Airport

  • Modlin Mazovia Airport

Modlin Mazovia


Frederic Chopin


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

Our team of private aviation advisors recommend Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport for travel to and from Warsaw.

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

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

Seats: 8

Speed: 458 kts | 850 km/h

Range: 3200 nm | 5926 km

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Speed: 532 kts | 987 km/h

Range: 4750 nm | 8797 km

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Speed: 269 kts | 500 km/h

Range: 1742 nm | 3226 km

Seats: 10

Speed: 465 kts | 863 km/h

Range: 4018 nm | 7441 km

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What Is There To Do in Warsaw?

Warsaw is more than just Poland's capital city and a historic region rife with attractions. It is a cultural centre with authentic cuisine, welcoming people and an eclectic environment all its own. Warsaw is a resilient city that has refused to be changed or destroyed time and again, and this vibrancy is reflected in the many eateries, shops and must-see stops on a travel itinerary here.

There is plenty to do and see in Warsaw, no matter what your interests are. From the historic to the modern, inclusions consider something for luxury travellers of all types.

Old Town

Top view of the old city in Warsaw
Walk around the old city

This hub of activity offers visitors options for shopping, dining or just walking around and taking in the architecture and other elements that make Warsaw unique. Old Town is one of the most popular areas of the city and offers eclectic items that cannot be easily found elsewhere.

Copernicus Statue

Staszic Palace. Copernicus Statue stands in front of Societas Scientiarum Varsoviensis or Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw , Poland
Discover the Copernicus Statue

This is one of the more interesting items in Warsaw because it is a statue of the infamous Copernicus. Visitors often stop and pose for pictures at this site in the city because the status itself is so visually interesting.

Attend an Event in Warsaw

The annual events in Warsaw highly reflect the culture of the region and offer interesting options for all tastes. The Ludwig van Beethoven Easter Festival is an annual event celebrating classical music, especially that of Beethoven. The Polish Contemporary Opera Festival is a festival centred on the opera itself, while the Warsaw Open is an annual tennis tournament attracting tennis aficionados from around the world.

Where Should You Eat in Warsaw?

Warsaw is home to a vibrant and growing culinary scene, with many eateries offering authentic Polish cuisine and European fusion.


The former Atelier Amaro is now Farmdining, a one Michelin-star restaurant delivering a "nature meets science" vibe in its culinary options. When booking a visit to the farm, you will experience an unforgettable meeting with chef Wojciech Modest Amaro, surrounded by his home and nature


The restaurant Senses is another Michelin-star eatery offering a high-end contemporary Polish cuisine. You can expect what a reviewer said: “Absolutely fantastic! Extremely well-created dishes, well-synchronised staff and service above normal. All Senses over thrilled for many ours. Thanks to the Chef, Sommelier and fantastic staff for making this day to be one to remember”

Best hotels in Warsaw?

Lodging options in Warsaw are highly reflective of the history of the city and the opulence that Warsaw has to offer in terms of diverse offerings.

Raffles Europejski Warsaw

Raffles Royal Suite offers 228 square meters of space captures the essence of luxury by featuring the spacious living room which offers a separate area for dining and working. The master bedroom is furnished with a superbly comfortable bed. Raffles Royal Suite has one bedroom, but offers the possibility of two further connected bedrooms, making a sumptuous three-bedroom suite.
Book the biggest suite that Raffles can offer

Raffles is a centuries-old hotel brand delivering excellent service and high-end amenities. The property is an elegant boutique brand that offers an on-site restaurant and bar, well-appointed guest rooms and top-end concierge service.

Bellotto Hotel

Bellotto is a unique hotel on the map of Warsaw. Situated in the Old Town, within the walls of a 16th century palace. It perfectly complements the atmosphere of the pre-war capital and caters to the most sophisticated tastes.
Stay in luxury at Bellotto suites

Bellotto Hotel has a classic, historic look but delivers modern amenities. From the courtyard in which guests can enjoy meals outdoors to the centralised location, this property is a five-star option for luxury travellers in Warsaw.

H15 Boutique Hotel

140m² (1507 sq ft) with a 137m² (1475 sq ft) terrace with panoramic 360 degree view of all sides of Warsaw.
This unique & the most specious apartment offers whole top floor of hotel for private use and access.
Enjoy the landscape from your private terrace

A boutique hotel, the H15 Boutique Hotel is one of the more modern options in Warsaw for those looking for a property that looks sleek and sophisticated, but also offers quality in terms of amenities and services.

Hotel Bristol

Paderewski Suite is the unrivaled gem in Bristol’s crown. Original antiques from the beginning of the 20th century recall the historic spirit of this exceptional place, where every stay is an unforgettable experience. Open the door of the suite and enjoy unrivaled benefits - a private concerto upon arrival (for minimum 2-night stays) and Mercedes limousine transfers from and to the Warsaw Chopin Airport.
Enjoy the suite Executive with a lot of space and special luxury

A Marriott property, the Hotel Bristol caters directly to luxury travellers with classy amenities, an on-site restaurant and spa, and concierge service with plenty of information available about the city.

Warsaw views from the sky

Make Your Way to Warsaw with LunaJets

Make your way to and from Warsaw with a private jet to ensure that you have enough time to see and do everything you want while visiting. Private jet travel allows you to experience all that the city has to offer on your time while also enjoying the luxury to which you are accustomed to travelling by private plane.

Frequently Asked Questions

How far is Warsaw Airport from the city centre?

The Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW, EPWA) is 11km from the centre of Warsaw.

How many airports are there in Warsaw?

Warsaw has 2 airports: Warsaw Frederic Chopin Aeroport (WAW, EPWA) Warsaw Modlin Mazovia (WMI, EPMO)