Private jet hire in London City

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General description

Whether you are travelling to London on business or for a family weekend, renting a private jet is the easiest and fastest way to get to the British capital. AEROAFFAIRES offers you a private jet rental service for London City at the best price.

London City Airport is located just a few minutes from central London and the business district, making it the most central and convenient airfield in London. More than 4 million travellers pass through it every year.

We want to make your trip as pleasant and serene as possible and therefore we are telling you in this article everything you need to know about London City Airport.

With nearly 30 years of experience, AEROAFFAIRES has already accompanied more than 95,000 passengers and organized more than 20,000 private flights. Specialists in business and private aviation, we put all our expertise at your service to charter your private jet in less than 2 hours. All our aircrafts are certified for Public Transport and include a professional crew.

The preservation of the planet is also important to us; our SkyCO2 program protects South American forests by offsetting 100% of the CO2 emissions produced by our business flights.

Ready to book your private jet with AEROAFFAIRES? Contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 82

Location & access

Unlike other London airfields, London City Airport is located very close to the city centre, 6 km from Canary Wharf and 15 km from Buckingham Palace and Westminster Bridge. It will only take you 15 minutes to reach the City by car.

AEROAFFAIRES offers you to book the car with driver of your choice (Limousine, VIANO or Mercedes S-Class for example); it will be waiting for you as soon as you arrive in London City.

Useful information

While its proximity to the City of London is a considerable advantage, London City Airport is still subject to strict flight restrictions due to noise pollution. Thus, planes can only take off and land from 6:30 am to 10:30 pm from Monday to Friday, from 6:30 am to 1 pm on Saturday and from 9 am to 10:30 pm on Sunday and public holidays.

The airport coordinates are:

  • Airport Code: LCY/EGLC
  • Latitude: 51°30′19″ N
  • Longitude: 000°03′19″ E
  • Altitude: 6 m
  • Runway length: 1,508 m


The length of the concrete runway and the proximity of the airport to the city do not allow the largest aircrafts to access the airport. To get there, it is possible to book:


If you are lucky enough to land or take off from London City Airport, you will have access to a unique view of the city and its surroundings.
The airport is small in terms of area and has little traffic, so boarding and arrival are really quick. Passengers also benefit from a high-quality service:

  • VIP Lounge ;
  • Meeting rooms ;
  • Restoration.


History of London City Airport

The idea of creating a new airport emerged in 1981. A test flight was conducted to determine the feasibility of such a project and the foundation stone was laid by Prince Charles in 1986. Inaugurated in 1987, it quickly became the preferred airport for business travellers.
In 2005, major renovations were carried out to meet the growing passenger demand.


If you plan to stay in the Canary Wharf district, AEROAFFAIRES recommends the Marriott Canary Wharf hotel for its privileged location and top-of-the-range services.

Looking for a gourmet restaurant for a business lunch or a romantic dinner? The Plateau restaurant is the place for you. And for a nightcap in a trendy bar, head to Callooh Callay .

Finally, do not hesitate to go to Spitalfields Market, where every day is dedicated to a trend: Thursday for antiques, Friday for fashion designers, etc.


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