Czechia Brno Turany Private Jet Charter

Brno-Tuřany Airport is an airport in the Czech Republic. The airport is located about 7.5 km from Brno city centre, on the edge of the historic Austerlitz battlefield. The airport is approximately 120 km from other international airports, such as Vienna Airport and Bratislava Airport, and smaller international airports in Ostrava and Pardubice. The port is the second busiest airport in the Czech Republic. The airport is used as an alternative port for private jet flights to the region.

Brno Airport is frequently used by cargo companies such as TNT, Volga-Dnepr or Antonov Design Bureau and handles an average of 6,250 tonnes of cargo per year. The airport’s terminal building consists of two concourses, and the new concourse of the terminal, opened in 2006, has a capacity of 1,000 passengers per hour. Designed by architect Petr Parolek, the building is recognised as one of the most important projects of Czech contemporary architecture and a striking example of the rising trend of organic architecture.

Czech Republic private jet charter prices

Although Brno Tuřany 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 → Brno are as follows.

Light Jet12.100 EUR
Midsize Jet16.200 EUR
Heavy Jet22.650 EUR
Light Jet (7 seats), Midsize Jet (8-9 seats), Heavy Jet (10-16 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.

History of Brno-Tuřany Airport

The airport was built in the 1950s on the site of the former Brno airport in Slatina (northeast of Tuřany airport). In 1967 the construction of a new departure hall began. In the 1980s the airport was taken over for use by the Czechoslovak air force and civilian operations were minimised. Civilian flights were only operated during exhibitions and fairs at the Brno Exhibition Centre. In 1986 the new departure hall and associated facilities were completed, and after the fall of communism in 1989 the airport returned to civilian use. With the start of civil aviation, the port was operated by the state-owned Czech Airport Authority.

Currently, the airport is owned by the South-Moravian local government and operated by a private company, Brno Airport Ltd. In November 2017, Brno Airport Ltd. was acquired by the investment group Accolade. In late 2017, the regional government of the South Moravian Region started negotiations for new routes to Rome, Barcelona, Milan and Lviv. As a result, a new airline, Blue Air Moravia, was created, jointly owned by the city of Brno and the regional authority (35%) and the parent company Blue Air (65%), headquartered in Bucharest, Romania. However, this formation was cancelled and the airport was sold to Accolade Holding.

15 popular sights in Brno

Brno, one of the most active cities of Czechia with its culture, entertainment, sportive activities and special concert areas, is the second largest city in the Czech Republic.

Among the places to visit in the city are St Peter and Paul Cathedral, Spilberk Castle and Brno City Museum, Moravian Karst and Caves, Tugendhat Villa, Dietrichstein Palace and Moravian Museum, St James Church, Veveri Castle, Moravian Gallery, Capuchin Church, Old Town Hall, Brno Zoo, Brno Technical Museum, Freedom Square, Mendel Museum and Masaryk Grove.

Brno-Tuřany airport information

The airport is located within the city limits, next to the D1 motorway from Prague to Bohumín via Brno. It is connected to the public transport network by bus E76, the daytime route to Brno hlavní nádraží (main railway station), and N89, the night route, which takes 16 minutes.

There are also car rental offices of different companies in the airport.