Bordeaux Private Jet Charter Service
Paramount Business Jets is proud to offer premier executive air charter services to and from Bordeaux, France, both domestically and internationally. With five airports within a comfortable 50 mile radius of Bordeaux, those utilizing smaller jets are able to have additional options for both landing and takeoff. The closest and most straightforward option is Bordeaux's own Merignac Airport (BOD), but Atrigues De Lussac Airport (XLR), La Teste De Buch Airport (XAC), and Cazaux Airport (LFBC) are each within just 34 miles or less from the city. Common selections in terms of aircraft category in the Bordeaux area are light jets (Citation II, Piaggio Avanti II, and Citation CJ2), midsize jets (Gulfstream G150, Hawker 900 XP, and Learjet 60), and large jets (Falcon 900 C, Challenger 604, and Legacy 600). We also provide access to both economical turbo props and extravagant luxury airliners. Additionally, be sure to check availability on heavily discounted empty legs for cost-effective one-way trips. For additional inquiries, please dial +1-877-727-2538 to immediately speak with one of our private aviation specialists.
You can also call us 24/7 - 365 days a year at +1-877-727-2538.
Private Jets and Helicopters Available for Hire Near Bordeaux
Bordeaux Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Bordeaux Airports within 50 Miles
- Merignac Airport, LFBD, BOD, Bordeaux, France
- Artigues De Lussac Airport, LFDI, XLR, Libourne, France
- La Teste De Buch Airport, LFCH, XAC, Arcachon, France
- Cazaux Airport, LFBC, Cazaux, France
- Virazeil Airport, LFDM, Marmande, France
- Roumaniere Airport, LFBE, EGC, Bergerac, France
- Mimizan Airport, LFCZ, Mimizan, France
- Medis Airport, LFCY, RYN, Roanne, France
- Chateaubernard Airport, LFBG, CNG, Cognac, France
- Mont De Marsan Airport, LFBM, XMJ, Mont De Marsan, France
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Bordeaux City Overview
Bordeaux is a city located in southwestern France on the Garonne River, and is the capital of the region of Aquitaine and of the Department of Gironde. Bordeaux has been known for its wine industry since the 8th century and has earned its reputation as capital city of a world-famous wine production region. Apart from the wine industry, other major industries in Bordeaux are space and aeronautics research, followed by tourism. Bordeaux is often referred to as the "French Sleeping Beauty", however, the city itself and the beautiful Aquitaine region attracts over 3 million tourists each year. The beautiful, cosmopolitan city of Bordeaux features some of Europe's most charming and impressive examples of 18th century architecture, and has been officially listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since June 28th 2007. Popular tourist attractions in Bordeaux include the Saint Andre Cathedral, Croiseur Colbert, Bordeaux Place de la Bourse, Rohan Palace, Grand Theater, Notre Dame Church, CAPC Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum of the New World, Tour Pey-Berland, Great Bell of Bordeaux, and Palais Gallien. Bordeaux's rich culture, colorful history, beautiful scenery, fine wines and vibrant nightlife, make it an enjoyable destination for both domestic and international business travelers as well as sightseeing tourists.