Paris Charles de Gaulle Private Jet Charter

Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, also known as Roissy Airport or simply Roissy, is one of the busiest and most important airports in the world. The airport’s name derives from former French president Charles de Gaulle, who led the Free French Forces during World War II before the constitution of the French Fifth Republic, in which France utilizes today, was established.

Charles de Gaulle is a massive airport located 16 miles northeast of Paris and covers more than 12,5 square miles. Originally known as Aéroport de Paris Nord (Paris North Airport), the airport, after eight years of reconstruction, has become one of the most striking and modern airports in the world, reopening as Paris-Charles de Gaulle in March 1974. During this period, the airport has reached an important position for the Private Jet Charter sector, which has been on the rise in Europe.

In 2018, the airport was the tenth busiest airport in the world in terms of passengers, serving 72,2 million passengers. It also became the world’s seventh (and Europe’s second) busiest airport in terms of aircraft movements and the fifth largest airport in the world in terms of cargo traffic. A total of 148 airlines (including subsidiaries) operate at the airport. There are special areas for companies providing Private Aircraft Chartering services within the airport.

Paris private jet charter prices

Although Paris 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 → Paris are as follows.

Light Jet18.800 EUR
Midsize Jet22.650 EUR
Heavy Jet32.900 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.

7 buildings have been added to the airport on the first day

Charles de Gaulle is a world famous aerodrome. Officially it has three terminals, but in reality it appears to be nine. Terminal 2 was originally built specifically for Air France. After its construction, it has been expanded considerably and has become a complex structure with 7 buildings.

Many airline companies operate in this expanded terminal. Terminals 2A – 2F are quite close to each other and are at walking distance, but the 2G terminal is located 1,5 miles away from other terminals and can only be accessed by bus transfer.

Terminal 1 is built to an avant-garde design, consisting of a ten-story high circular building surrounded by seven satellite buildings, each with four gates.

How to reach Paris from Charles de Gaulle?

The airport is located 45 minutes from the city center. Those who rent a car can go to the city center via the A1 motorway or alternatively the A3 motorway. The journey takes around 40 minutes on average. The aerodrome is the oldest in Europe with its own integrated train system. The high-speed TGV train service goes to central Paris in about 40 minutes.

Regular airport buses operated by Air France run to central Paris approximately six times an hour, between 05:50 and 23:00. They depart from both Terminals 1 and 2 (a journey time of 40 minutes) and connect Place Charles de Gaulle via Porte Maillot.

Places to visit in Paris

The first place that comes to mind when Paris is mentioned is, of course, the Eiffel Tower. Of course, an important tourism paradise like Paris does not consist only of the Eiffel Tower, among the places that must be visited in Paris are the Painters’ Hill (Montmartre), Notre Dame Cathedral, Champs Elysées Street and the Arc de Triomphe.

It is possible to enjoy the city with daily tours, and it is possible to visit places such as the Palace and Gardens of Versailles, the Orsay museum, the Seine River and learn about their history. Of course, the Louvre Museum, which comes to mind when Paris is mentioned, should not be forgotten.