Paris is France’s capital city with a population of 11,141,200, and you can visit at any time of the year, since its many seasons mean a wide array of attractions. The Eiffel Tower, Tour Montparnasse, or Arc de Triomphe are famous landmarks of the region that offer a fantastic perspective of the city and its architecture. If you're looking for romance, shopping, and fashion week, taking a private jet from London to Paris is definitely your place to be.
London to Paris jet
Check out this option if you're planning a trip from London to Paris, whether by Eurostar or private jet. Eurostar's one-way trip from London to Paris takes 2 hours and 16 minutes and is priced between £56 and £299, depending on whether it's Standard class, Standard Premier or Business Premier, while the return trip is priced between £102 and £520. On the other hand, the cost of flying on a private jet, such as Executive Turboprops, would be about £4000 to £5400 for a trip that carries four to nine people. The total cost divided among passengers shows a slight difference in price to the Eurostar, however, if you are looking for speed, comfort, and value on short notice, private jet travel can provide all three, plus you’ll arrive in Paris in less than an hour.
You can also save yourself the hassle by choosing one of the nearby private jet airports in both London and Paris. London has 10 private jet airports, but if you reside in the heart of the city, London City Airport Private Jet Centre is the best option since it is only 3 miles from Canary Wharf and 5 miles from the Houses of Parliament.
Paris has three main private jet airports, namely: Paris Le Bourget, Orly Airport, and Charles De Gaulle Airport. Although Paris Le Bourget is 27 km from Notre Dame, it is the best choice if you do not want any delays, because everything is smooth and airport parking is easy.