European Grand Prix

Fly private to the land of fire to see the European Grand Prix.

The Baku Grand Prix is set to be one of the biggest races of the year, yet also one of the most exclusive. Baku has little infrastructure to support the common crowd size of 250,000 for many Formula One races. Thus they are only selling the amount of tickets for which they can accommodate. With roughly 9,000 hotel rooms, this drastically limits the potential for major attendance. The grand stands are the best location to see the races, but only 20,000 seats are available. Of those, the best seats in the house will run you about $600 USD per seat.

Should you choose to fly private to Azerbaijan for the Formula One Grand Prix of Europe, there are some incredibly luxurious hotel options for your time there. When people think of Baku, its iconic flame towers often come to mind. Each tower in one color of the Azerbaijan flag, it only makes sense that a hotel exists in one of them. The Fairmont Baku is this one hotel, and it delivers in every area that you would expect. Next up is the Keminski Hotel Badamdar Baku with its blue color palate, delicious cuisine, and stunning service. Their gourmet restaurant staff will custom make any order that you may desire, whether it’s on the menu or not. And their full range of amenities will have you basking in comfort all trip long.

Booking a private flight to Baku is easy, but figuring out what to do when you’re not watching the grand prix isn’t quite as leisurely. With its title as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, you could explore Baku for a month and not see every ancient building. However, a good place to start your search is in Old City Baku. There are a bunch of small shops and cafes around the district where not many tourists go, so you’ll get quality time with the locals. You can also find several art galleries which are a real treat to see while walking through the ancient buildings.

Baku is a great destination for private chartered flights because of its proximity to (GYD) Heydar Aliyev International Airport. Just 13 miles from Baku proper, this international airport is a private flyer’s best option for flying into Baku. It boasts facilities specifically for private flyers and consistently good service- not to mention high levels of anonymity. Jet Charter Europe representatives are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you with any private jet charter needs, whenever you need. Request a private jet quote now or call to speak with a jet charter broker and arrange your private flight to the European Grand Prix!

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Request a Quote or give us a call at 1-888-987-5387 to speak with one of our Baku Jet Charter agents to book your flight to the European Grand Prix in Baku, Azerbaijan.