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To discover or rediscover Budapest for a weekend or for business trips, AEROAFFAIRES offers you to rent a private jet to Budapest depending on the number of passengers to transport and your budget.

After a flight chartered by AEROAFFAIRES, you will arrive at Liszt Ferenc International Airport in Budapest, Hungary.

DISCOVER BUDAPEST

Nicknamed the “pearl” of the Danube, Budapest offers a wide range of cultural activities and sights.

Capital of Hungary, Budapest is cut in two by the Danube. Its 19th century bridge Széchenyi lánchíd (Chain Bridge) connects the hilly district of Buda with the flat district of Pest. A funicular joins the Vár district (“the castle”) and the old town of Buda, where the historical museum of Budapest traces the history of the city from Roman times to the present day. The square of the Holy Trinity includes the 13th century Matthias Church and the Fishermen’s Bastion, whose turrets offer an unobstructed view.

AEROAFFAIRES offers a point-to-point helicopter transfer service to connect the airport of arrival to the city center: an opportunity to discover the city from the sky and optimize your time.

The former Budapest, where the Parliament of Budapest is located, is an impressive fusion of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance styles, at Buda Castle, the seat of the Royal Palace overlooking the hill, at the Great Synagogue, Budapest is a collection of admirable styles. In Szervita Square, or even in the streets of Buda Pasareti,

The Budapest Museum of Fine Arts houses an invaluable artistic heritage.

The Budapest Art Nouveau is located in Lipótváros and in the city park. But the city is large, and full of stylistic masterpieces, witnesses of a glorious past and eventful.

If Buda evokes the wonders of a glorious past, Pest offers the spectacle of the future: modern and innovative, it is the heart of Hungarian creativity. According to the streets that wind around the Cathedral of St. Stephen, the Ethnographic Museum and the House of Terror, there are small workshops of young designers and artists

The easiest way to discover Budapest is to take the bus or metro public transport or simply to walk to get a general overview of the Hungarian capital.

Along the river, take the funicular to the Royal Palace to enjoy a spectacular panorama of Buda, Óbuda and Pest, separated by the Danube and connected by seven bridges, including the famous Széchenyi suspension bridge that leads to the island. Margaret ..

An unforgettable experience not to be missed is definitely to visit and enjoy the hot springs of the imperial baths.

Take a break to discover a typical fresh bread, or lúngos Túró Rudi, the most popular dessert throughout the country. Music lovers can discover a museum dedicated to the hero Franz (Ferenc) Liszt, or attend a concert at the Church of St. Michael.

Relax and enjoy a good lunch or a break at the New York Café, classified as an artistic heritage of Budapest.

Take a stroll through the bustling squares of Budapest, seizing this opportunity to enjoy a glass of pálinka, the famous Hungarian grappa that is traditionally served as an aperitif, but which is appreciated just as late at night in the bars of Budapest.

Stay at the New York Palace

Unveiled in April 2018, The Dedica Anthology is a collection of contemporary-minded hotels that occupy exceptional buildings in major European cities, including the New York Palace Hotel, 5th Floor.

Formerly known as Bolosco Hotel, the New York Palace was the former Hungarian headquarters of the New York Life Insurance Company, The New York Palace is a trace of the past nineteenth century in today’s Budapest, recognized for its dynamism and artistic soul.

Location of NEW YORK PALACE

New York Palace is located near the Opera House and Andrássy Boulevard.

Rooms & Suites

The 185 rooms of the New York Palace offer all the modern and tailor-made confiort for travelers according to their expectations. All rooms have period décor with modern touches.

Spa and pool treatments

The wellness area offers a Spa or an extensive collection of therapeutic, anti-aging and cosmetic treatments.

A swimming pool is also at your disposal to relax at the end of the day.

Fitness room

The hotel has a fully equipped gym open 24 hours a day.

Restoration

The New York Café

The legendary New York Café decorated with Belle Epoque frescoes, offers a contemporary and creative atmosphere or gather artists and writers around a café to unite their spirits.

The breakfast room located in the famous New York Café offers an important selection of fresh and continental dishes to start your day in Budapest.

A New York Palace soul, the New York Café has preserved all of its authentic decor and elegance that once made it a source of inspiration for the knowledge-hungry minds of Hungary’s cultural and intellectual community. Time for a coffee and enjoy homemade pastries.

Salon restaurant of gastronomy

Chef András Wolf uses authentic products, grown in the region, to create a refined dining menu of four and seven gourmet dishes, with an impressive selection of wines to accompany

Contact & booking New York Palace

Address  : Budapest, Erzsébet krt. 9, 1073 Hungary

 

Location & access

The international airport of Budapest Ferenc Liszt (Hungarian: Budapest Liszt Ferenc Nemzetközi Repülőtér

  • IATA: BUD
  • ICAO: LHBP

It is located about 16 km south-east of the city center, straddling the Ferihegy district and the city of Vecsés, at the junction of Üllői út and the main road 4. It consists of three terminals: terminal 1 (for low-cost airlines), terminal 2 / A and terminal 2 / B.

Useful information

Formerly known as Budapest Ferihegy International Airport and still commonly known as Ferihegy by the Hungarian population, serves the city of Budapest (Hungary). It is the largest airport in Hungary as well as the busiest. It welcomed more than 11.4 million passengers in 2016.

Recommandations

Discover Budapest

Nicknamed the “pearl” of the Danube, Budapest offers a wide range of cultural activities and sights.

The former Budapest, where the Parliament of Budapest is located, is an impressive fusion of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance styles, at Buda Castle, the seat of the Royal Palace overlooking the hill, at the Great Synagogue, Budapest is a collection of admirable styles. In Szervita Square, or even in the streets of Buda Pasareti,

The Budapest Museum of Fine Arts houses an invaluable artistic heritage.

The Budapest Art Nouveau is located in Lipótváros and in the city park. But the city is large, and full of stylistic masterpieces, witnesses of a glorious past and eventful.

If Buda evokes the wonders of a glorious past, Pest offers the spectacle of the future: modern and innovative, it is the heart of Hungarian creativity. According to the streets that wind around the Cathedral of St. Stephen, the Ethnographic Museum and the House of Terror, there are small workshops of young designers and artists

The easiest way to discover Budapest is to take the bus or metro public transport or simply to walk to get a general overview of the Hungarian capital.

Along the river, take the funicular to the Royal Palace to enjoy a spectacular panorama of Buda, Óbuda and Pest, separated by the Danube and connected by seven bridges, including the famous Széchenyi suspension bridge that leads to the island. Margaret ..

An unforgettable experience not to be missed is definitely to visit and enjoy the hot springs of the imperial baths.

Take a break to discover a typical fresh bread, or lúngos Túró Rudi, the most popular dessert throughout the country. Music lovers can discover a museum dedicated to the hero Franz (Ferenc) Liszt, or attend a concert at the Church of St. Michael.

Relax and enjoy a good lunch or a break at the New York Café, classified as an artistic heritage of Budapest.

Take a stroll through the bustling squares of Budapest, seizing this opportunity to enjoy a glass of pálinka, the famous Hungarian grappa that is traditionally served as an aperitif, but which is appreciated just as late at night in the bars of Budapest.

 

On site, we recommend you to take a room at the Gresham Palace , where you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Danube or New York Palace and is located close to the Opera House and Andrássy Boulevard.

Want a gourmet restaurant? AEROAFFAIRES advises you to discover Baraka , one of the best addresses in the Hungarian capital. In this place, the chef will make you discover the culinary art. Asian and French inspired, the dishes become works where finesse, elegance and flavors meet.

After a day of walking, you may want a little relaxation. In this case, do not hesitate and discover the Széchenyi Baths , one of the largest seaside resorts in Europe.

 

 

Price estimate for the rental of a private jet

Price examples for renting a private jet from Paris le Bourget to Budapest

Small cabin:

Mid Size cabine :  

Large Size cabine :  

  • Legacy 600 13 seats bi reactor: Price from 16.000 euros

* Note that the indicative price per flight hour per aircraft n not include fees  additional  such as value added tax, airport taxes, parking, location of the aircraft, night of the crew and other charges annexes. These prices to flight time may vary by country and changes in the price of kerosene.

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