Catania Private Jet Charter Service
Flying to or from the ancient city of Catania, Italy has never been simpler than with PBJ's private airplane charter solutions. At Paramount Business Jets, we love providing as much flexibility as we possibly can, which is precisely why we grant you unlimited access to the most enormous assortment of private aircraft you can find in the world. There are three airports within 50 miles of the city including Catania Fontanarossa Airport (CTA), Sigonella Airport (NSY) and Reggio Calabria Airport (REG). Popular jets in the area range from light jets (Citation Bravo, Citation CJ2+, Premier IA and Piaggio Avanti), to midsize jets (Falcon 20, Learjet 60 and Hawker 800 XP) and large jets (Falcon 2000 and Challenger 604). Talk to us through email, your phone (+1-877-727-2538) or our website to book your flight to Catania, Italy right now!
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Catania City Overview
Catania is the capital of the Catania Province and seaport located in eastern Sicily, Italy on the Gulf of Catania, an inlet of the Ionian Sea. Catania was founded by the Greeks in 8th century BC and named Katane, which means "flaying knife, grater" because of a bristling lava stone land on which it rises. Catania lies at the foot of Mount Etna, Europe's highest and most active volcano, which can be seen from all over the city. Catania is the second-largest city of Sicily (after Palermo) and of the major economic, transportation, touristic and educational centers in the island. Catania is known throughout Europe as an important hub of the technological industry, thus earning the nickname of the "European Silicon Valley". Catania' Mediterranean climate, crystal clear sea of the Ionian coast, glorious history, unique historical, archeological and cultural heritage, gastronomic traditions, vibrant lifestyle and warm hospitality, attracts thousands of tourists from around Italy as well as other countries through the world. Popular tourist attractions in Catania include the Cathedral Square, Ursino Castle, Biscari Palace, Greek-Roman Theater, Cavour Square, Benedictine Monastery, Chapel of Sant'Agatha, Church of San Nicola, Bellini Civic Museum, Giovanni Verga's House Museum, and Museum of Emilio Greco. Catania has a well developed system of transportation that provides its tourists easy access to the city and its surrounding area. Nearby are cities of Taormina, Messina, Syracuse, Piazza Armerina, Agrigento, and Paterno, that can be visited on a day trip from Catania.