Ankara Private Jet Charter Flights, Prices, and Aircraft for Hire
Paramount Business Jets offers private jet charter and rental services to and from Ankara, Turkey. There are 4 airports within a 50-mile radius of Ankara: Guvercinlik Airport (LTAB), Etimesgut Airport (ANK), Esenboga Airport (ESB), and Akinci Airport (LTAE). Guvercinlik Airport is the closet airport. The most commonly selected business jet aircraft in the vicinity of Ankara include the Gulfstream GIV, Falcon 2000LX, Falcon 2000 (large jets), Citation XLS+ (super light jet), Learjet 60XR (midsize jet) and a Citation Bravo (light jet). We also specialize in ultra long range charter flights on aircraft such as the Gulfstream G650 and Global 6000. PBJ is fully dedicated to providing our clients with 24-hour service, personalized to each customer for all charter flights. Call for a free estimate today.
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Private Jets and Helicopters Available for Hire Near Ankara
|Citation Sovereign||Super Midsize||2012|
|Falcon 2000||Super Midsize||2001|
|Falcon 2000EX||Super Midsize||2001|
|Falcon 2000LX||Super Midsize||2009||10|
Empty Legs To or from Ankara
Ankara Airports within 50 Miles
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|Precipitation||3.4 mm||0.0 mm||0.0 mm||0.0 mm||2.9 mm|
|Max Temp||22 °C, 71 °F||28 °C, 82 °F||27 °C, 81 °F||27 °C, 80 °F||28 °C, 82 °F|
|Min Temp||10 °C, 51 °F||12 °C, 53 °F||14 °C, 56 °F||16 °C, 60 °F||14 °C, 57 °F|
|Wind Direction||263 ° W||245 ° WSW||169 ° SSE||240 ° WSW||222 ° SW|
|Wind Speed||16 km/h, 10 m||8 km/h, 5 m||7 km/h, 4 m||17 km/h, 11 m||14 km/h, 9 m|
Ankara City Overview
East meets West and ancient meets modern in Ankara, the capital of Turkey. The second largest city in Turkey after Istanbul, Ankara is culturally and historically rich. The city, like the country of Turkey, is an interesting mixture of European and Middle Eastern cultures and influences. This intersection of cultures is evident in the food, nightlife, and fashions of Ankara. The seat of government and diplomacy as well as home to the State Opera and Ballet and the Presidential Symphony Orchestra, Ankara has more than a dozen universities. The large student population keeps the ancient city young and vibrant. Overlooking Ankara is Anıtkabir, a giant hillside mausoleum in which Kemal Atatürk, modern Turkey’s first president and the person who declared Ankara the capital in 1923, is entombed. The memorial includes Peace Park, which contains plants from all parts of Turkey and the world, a flip-side to the common description of Ankara as a city of concrete.
To visit the ancient side of Ankara, go to Ulus, where the historical sites include the Ankara Castle, the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations and the city’s oldest hotel. Or, experience the tradition of a Turkish bath, a hamam. Bathe yourself or let an attendant do it in one of the city’s many spas, including Tarihi Sengul Hamami, which was built in the 15th century and is still in use today. After an ancient bath, check out the cosmopolitan district of Kızılay, where you will find embassies, government offices, restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.
Finally, a fun fact about Ankara: it is where the Angora goat originated in the 14th century. The fleece of the Angora goat – Ankara used to be called Angora – provides mohair, the luxurious fiber used in sweaters and coats. Angora goats are often mistaken for a sheep because of their thick, curly coats. Turkey remains one of the world’s top producers of mohair.