Bridgetown Private Jet Charter Service
Specializing in both domestic and international air charter travel to and from Bridgetown, Barbados, Paramount Business Jets sets the standard for global private aviation services. Bridgetown has its own local airport, the Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI), located 8 miles (12.9 miles) southeast of downtown city center. When it comes to choosing aircraft type for your next flight, popular charter options are the King Air 200, Cessna Grand Caravan, Pilates PC-12 (turbo props), the Citation II and Citation CJ3 (light jets), the Hawker 800 XP and Gulfstream G150 (midsize jets). We also offer ultra long range private jet flights on aircraft such as the Global Express XRS, the Gulfstream G500, and luxurious VIP airliner charters on aircraft such as the Boeing Business Jet, Boeing 757 VIP, and Embraer Lineage 1000. Additionally, Paramount Business Jets has access to the largest database of one-way empty leg charter flights in the industry. We offer very competitive, transparent pricing on air charter services and always strive to deliver the ultimate in charter flight services. Please visit our online jet charter quote page for a customized jet charter quote or contact us directly at 1-877-727-2538 with details of your flight.
You can also call us 24/7 - 365 days a year at +1-877-727-2538.
Private Jets and Helicopters Available for Hire Near Bridgetown
Bridgetown Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Bridgetown Airports within 50 Miles
- Grantley Adams Intl Airport, TBPB, BGI, Bridgetown (Barbados), Barbados
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Bridgetown City Overview
Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, is located on the southwestern coast of the island on Carlisle Bay, in the parish of St. Michael. The island's leading commercial and administrative center, Bridgetown, also serves as a port of entry for cruise and cargo ships, as well as a major transshipment hub for the entire Eastern Caribbean Sea. Bridgetown had been a center of the sugar cane industry for centuries but in the late 1970s and early 1980s it has evolved into a center of the manufacturing and tourism industries. While Bridgetown is one of the oldest cities in the Caribbean, it's also renowned for its rich history and outstanding cultural heritage. Sightseeing opportunities in Bridgetown include the Parliament Buildings of Barbados, the National Heroes Square, the Nidhe Israel Synagogue, the Queen's Park, the Statue of Lord Nelson, the Wickham Lewis Boardwalk, the Barbados Museum & Historical Society, and the St. Michael's Cathedral. The main street of Bridgetown, Broad Street, is filled with several banks, restaurants, department stores, souvenir and duty-free shops. Barbados's fine sunny weather, enjoyable experience, vibrant lifestyle, thriving daytime beach culture, recreation, and dining facilities, and an impressive collection of historic buildings and landmarks make Barbados, and specifically Bridgetown, one of the Caribbean's leading travel destinations.