Ibiza Private Jet Charter

Officially known as “Aeroport d’Eivissa” in Catalan and “Aerpuerto de Ibiza” in Spanish, Ibiza Airport is an international airport serving the Balearic Islands of Ibiza and Formentera in the Mediterranean. The aerodrome is located in the southwest of the island of Ibiza, about 7 km southwest of Ibiza city centre.

Since Ibiza is an important tourism center, the density of air traffic in the region increases in the summer months. EasyJet, Vueling and Air Berlin are among the major operators that use the Airport extensively throughout the year. In addition to these companies, many European airline companies offer seasonal and charter services during the summer months. Private jet charter companies also frequently use this airport during the tourism season.

There are ATMs and banks available within the terminal facilities. Fast-food outlets, cafes and restaurants serving different tastes are available on the ground floor. Shopping stores are also available on the first floor of the building. There are special elevators, lowered sidewalks, accessible telephones, toilets for the physically disabled and special parking areas for the disabled throughout the airport.

Ibiza private jet charter prices

Although Ibiza 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 → Ibiza are as follows.

Light Jet18.150 EUR
Midsize Jet22.800 EUR
Heavy Jet32.150 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.

Ibiza Airport began its operations as a military base

The airport was first established as a temporary military airport during the Spanish Civil War and was kept open for emergency use after the end of the civil war. The airport was used to carry out domestic and international tourist flights in 1949, but was closed in 1951 due to its insufficient infrastructure.

In 1958, the reopening of the airport came to the fore upon the rapid development of the tourist market in the Balearic Islands, especially in neighboring Majorca. Ibiza airport was reopened on April 1, 1958 to operate flights to Palma, Barcelona, Valencia and Madrid that year. At the end of the 1990s, the airport reached up to 3,6 million passengers per year. After this intensity, the facilities were renewed until 2000, and improvements to the runway, taxiway, apron and terminal were carried out.

In 2011, the airport hosted 5,6 million passengers and approximately 61.000 aircraft, an increase of 11,9% compared to 2010.

Where to stay in Ibiza? Where to visit?

Although Majorca is big in Balaer Archipelago, Ibiza has become a tourism paradise, especially as a result of recent investments. There are dozens of hotels suitable for accommodation on the island of Ibiza. While the biggest of these, Insotel Fenicia Prestige Thalasso, succeeds in being the choice of tourists, it stands out with its quality services in many boutique hotels in regions such as Sant Antoni de Portmany and Talamanca.

Although Ibiza stands out with its DJ performances and nightlife, there are many places to visit throughout the island during the day. Must-see places in the area include Es Vedra, Cala Saladeta, San Antonio and Hippy Market.

Transportation to Ibiza Airport

Ibiza Airport is located just a few miles from the city of Ibiza and San Jose. Main access by road is via the PM-803 motorway connection from Ibiza Town to San Jose and the E-20, the road from Ibiza Town to the airport.

There is an airport taxi stand inside the terminal building. Depending on the time of day and day of the week, a trip between Ibiza City and the airport will cost approximately EUR 15,00 on weekdays from 07:00 to 21:00, and approximately 17.00 EUR on weekends and after 21:00.

The airport special line is Bus Line 10 and provides transportation to Maritima Formentera Station, Ibiza Bus Station on Avenida Isidoro Macabich, and Sant Jordi. The bus stops right next to the terminal building, departs from the central bus station in Ibiza Town.