Cambodia Phnom Penh Private Jet Charter

Phnom Penh International Airport is the busiest and largest airport in Cambodia, covering an area of 386.5 hectares. The airport is located in Pou Senchey District, 10 kilometres west of Punom Pen, the capital of the country.

The airport is 12 metres above mean sea level. It has a runway 05/23 with a paved surface measuring 3,000 x 44 metres. The airport has two terminal buildings, one for international and one for domestic flights. The port has a VIP facility for the use of private jet passengers. The international terminal has four air corridors, built in 2003. Three more airbridges were added during the expansion of the passenger terminal in 2016-2017. The airport’s design capacity is 5 million people per year

Cambodia private jet charter prices

Although Phnom Penh Airport air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Punom Pen are as follows.

Heavy Jet107.900 EUR
Long Range Jet117.800 EUR
VIP Airliner150.600 EUR
Heavy Jet (10-16 seats), Long Range Jet (13-16 seats), VIP Airliner (17-60 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

Phnom Penh Airport history

The former name of Phnom Penh airport was Pochentong International Airport. Pochentong International Airport is named after Po Chentong, the leader of the Cambodian branch of the Kuomintang. On 6 July 1995, the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) signed a concession agreement with the French-Malaysian joint venture company Société Concessionaire d’Aéroport (SCA) to operate Phnom Penh (PNH) – Pochentong International Airport.

SCA, 70 per cent owned by Groupe GTM and 30 per cent by Malaysian Muhibbah Masterron, has committed to a $100 million upgrade programme including a new runway, terminal and cargo buildings, hangars, installation of a Cat III level Instrument Landing System (ILS) and associated approach lighting in return for a 20-year concession. Berger Group was selected by RGC to provide independent engineering services for the duration of the concession, oversee the design and advise on the feasibility and cost of the concession’s proposed improvements.

The Berger team also oversaw initial works including asphalt concrete runway pavements to accommodate wide-body aircraft such as 747s; installation of new ILS, metrological equipment, runway lighting and generator and power systems; and construction of a new fire station, taxiway and turn runway extensions. Following the successful completion of the initial works, the Berger team provided design review and independent engineering services for the construction of a new 20,000 square metre terminal building to accommodate increased tourist traffic. The $20 million terminal building includes four mobile aerobridges, more than 1,000 car parking spaces and VIP and CIP facilities

10 places to visit in Punom Pen

Punom Pen, the capital of Cambodia, which stands out with its historical and cultural heritage, is the most popular tourist attraction in the country.

The ten most important points to visit in the city can be listed as follows: The Independence Monument, which was built to commemorate the liberation of Cambodia from the French colonisation in 1953, the National Museum of Cambodia, which contains a large collection of Khmer art, Wat Botum, where the tombs of the most important people of the city are located, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, which carries the traces of the genocide committed by the Khmer Rouge, the most painful history of the country, the 20th century Cambodian architecture. century Cambodian architecture, Wat Ounalom Temple, which is considered as the centre of Buddhism in Cambodia, Cambodia – Vietnam Friendship Monument built by the communist regime of the period, Choeung Ek Monument built for those who lost their lives in the genocide committed by the Khmer Rouge, Wat Phnom Temple, the highest religious structure of the city and the Silver Pagoda built on the model of Bangkok Grand Palace

Transportation from Phnom Penh Airport to the city centre

Phnom Penh Airport, which is easily accessible to the city centre, offers different transportation options. The motorbike, which is not available in many airports, is the most used of these. Another alternative to the motorbikes used by the locals is the 3-wheeled vehicles called Tuk Tuk, which are used for transportation throughout the city.

Those who have luggage and want to travel more comfortably can choose taxis. Taxis are located outside the harbour and there are 3 different types of taxis. The first one is airport taxis serving within the airport, another one is normal taxis and the last one is shared taxis. There are also many local and foreign car hire companies serving at the airport terminal.