Private jet hire in Paris Le Bourget

Renting private jets
since 1991

private jets

35 000
completed flights

100 000+

customer satisfaction

carbon offsetting

General description

You want to organise a business trip or a private family flight to or from Paris by chartering a private jet? AEROAFFAIRES offers you a private jet rental service in less than 2 hours, and at the best price.

AEROAFFAIRES tells you everything you need to know about about your flight from Paris-Le Bourget Airport, the largest business airport in Europe.

With more than 95,000 passengers satisfied and 20,000 private flights operated, AEROAFFAIRES has been a major player in his field since 1991, specialising in customised charter services (private jet, helicopter or commercial aircraft).

Our team offers you the opportunity to book private jets certified for Public Transport and provides you with operational assistance before your departure and until your arrival, in complete confidentiality.

AEROAFFAIRES is also a committed company: when you book a private jet, 100% of the CO2 emissions generated by the flight are offset by our support to associations fighting against deforestation in South America.

Our on-demand flight service is available 7/7-24H/24H; contact us on + 33 (0) 1 44 09 91 82.

How to choose your airport in Paris?

Location & access

Paris-Le Bourget Airport is the busiest business airport in Europe, with 50,000 movements each year. Located 12 km north-east of Paris, it will take you 25 minutes to reach it from Porte Maillot.

Coming from the Northern Motorway (A1) towards Lille / Brussels, take exit n°5 and pass in front of the Air Museum before joining the “Business Aviation Zone” located on “Avenue de l’Europe”, and which includes the main terminals of Le Bourget.

If you wish, AEROAFFAIRES can rent you a car with driver.

Useful information

Paris-Le Bourget Airport is open to business aviation 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

Its coordinates are as follows:

  • Airport Code: LFPB / LBG
  • Latitude: 48 ° 58 ° 58 ° -1 “10.00” N
  • Longitude: 2 ° 26′-1 “29.00” E
  • Altitude: 66 metres
  • Runway length: 3,200, 2,600 and 1,800 metres


It is possible to land at any time of the day or night. However, private jets other than turboprop aircrafts are prohibited from taking off between 22:00 and 06:00, due to noise pollution.

Le Bourget can accommodate all types of private aircrafts: ultra-light 4-seater private jets, such as the Cessna Citation Mustang or the Embraer Phenom 100, as well as long-haul jets, such as the Falcon 8X or the Global Express. For larger BBJ aircraft, a special exemption must be granted by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.

The airport has 8 business aviation terminals (FBOs):

  • Advanced Air Support International
    Tel: +33 1 48 35 35 87 77
  • Astonsky
    Tel: +33 1 49 92 92 75 41
  • Dassault Falcon Service
    Tel: +33 1 49 34 34 20 20
  • Jetex Flight Support
    Tel: +33 1 74 37 37 25 22
  • Signature Flight Support Terminal 1
    Tel: +33 1 49 92 92 75 80 80
  • Signature Flight Support Terminal 3
    Tel: +33 1 49 34 34 62 84
  • Valet ciel
    Tel: +33 1 48 35 35 97 97 97
  • Universal Aviation
    Tel: +33 1 48 35 96 38


Customs and immigration procedures can be carried out on site 24 hours a day.
Each of the eight terminals has direct access to the runway so you can reach your private jet; extensive passenger facilities, including meeting rooms and comfortable private lounges also offer their service 24 hours a day, in discretion and confidentiality.

Are at your disposal:

  • VIP passenger lounge
  • Crew lounge
  • Conference rooms
  • Baggage management
  • Luggage loading
  • Car park
  • Hangar
  • Gas station
  • Aircraft cleaning

High standard accommodation is also available on site. Two high-end hotels with integrated spa and fitness room are located directly at the aerodrome. Three restaurants and two canteens are responsible for the catering of the passengers and the crew.

Finally, AEROAFFAIRES offers you a helicopter rental service from/to Paris-Le Bourget, and to Paris heliport or Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.


History of Paris-Le Bourget Airport

Opened in 1919, Paris-Le Bourget Airport is the first airport in the French capital. It was at Le Bourget that in 1927, Charles Lindbergh landed after having crossed the Atlantic for the very first time.
Since 1977 and the opening of the Orly site, Paris-Le Bourget Airport has been exclusively dedicated to business and private aviation. Every year, nearly 130,000 passengers benefit from its luxurious facilities and priviledged location.


During your stay in the French capital, AEROAFFAIRES recommends you to book a room in the amazing 5*Molitor hotel, located in the premises of a former public swimming pool.

Guy Savoy restaurant, at the Monnaie de Paris, will delight your taste buds; to relax and taste delicious French wines, Le Petit Verdot will welcome you near the Luxembourg Garden.

Finally, you can visit the Jacquemart-André museum and discover its impressive private collection.


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