You want to have a glass of wine worthy of the name? AEROFFAIRES offers you the opportunity to travel to one of the main winegrowing regions of Burgundy. Whether it is on a family trip or with colleagues, renting a private jet with us will allow you to travel quickly and serenely.
Since our inception in 1991, we have accompanied nearly 95,000 travellers and chartered 20,000 private aircrafts around the world. All our private jets are certified for Public Transport to ensure your safety.
Our experts are at your service 24 hours a day. Whether you want to book a light air taxi for one to four people, a private jet for about fifteen people, a wide-body jet for a large group or a helicopter to fly to a strategic point or visit a region, we will find the aircraft best suited to your needs.
In addition, AEROAFFAIRES undertakes to offset 100% of the CO2 emissions generated by its private flights. That’s why we designed the SkyCO2 program, to enable us to create a partnership with primary forest conservation associations in South America.
Book your private flight now by contacting us 7/7 24H/24 on +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 91 82.
Location & access
Dijon Bourgogne Airport is located in the Côte-d’Or department, in the Burgundy-Franche-Comté region. It is located 6 km south of Dijon, which will take you about 15 minutes by car.
AEROAFFAIRES also offers you to book a car with driver on your arrival and departure from Dijon Airport. Depending on your needs, we can provide you with a Limousine, Mercedes S-Class or Viano.
The airport is open from 5:30 am to 8:30 pm Monday to Thursday, from 5:30 am to 9:30 pm on Friday, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturday and public holiday and from 12:30 pm to 9:30 pm on Sunday.
Its coordinates are:
- Airport code : LFSD
- Latitude: 47° 15′ 59″ N
- Longitude: 5° 05′ 27″ E
- Altitude: 215 m
- Runway length: 1800 and 2400 m
Its 1800 and 2400 metre asphalt runways can accommodate turboprop engines, light, medium and long-haul private jets, as well as regional and commercial aircrafts.
A bit of history
The airport had to limit its expansion because it was too close to the Dijon agglomeration. Today, it is mainly used for business and sanitary flights. Its single terminal is designed for 150,000 passengers per year, with more traffic during events such as the Grand Prix de l’Age d’Or in June.