Private Jet Charter Geneva

Private Flights to Geneva, Switzerland

Charter a private flight to Geneva, a city in Switzerland located in the southern corner of expansive Lac Léman (Lake Geneva), and framed by the surrounding Alps and Jura mountains.

When working with Jet Charter Europe, one of our private jet charter brokers will be available to you at all times. Whether you’re flying private for business, or for pleasure, it’s important to have a broker who understands your needs and preferences. With our personable and transparent booking process, you’ll be able to dictate exactly what you want, and you can expect it waiting for you come flight day. Gourmet catering, luxury ground transportation, private helicopter lifts and more; it’s all available upon request.

Our standards are among the highest in the private aviation industry, and we maintain the same standards as the flight departments of Fortune 500 companies. Geneva Jet Charter has access to thousands of aircraft throughout the world, so it’s easy to find an aircraft that works perfectly for our clients’ needs. We only work with FAR Part 135 (or foreign equivalent) aircraft. Our boutique private aviation company vets the pilots we work with according some of the most stringent standards in the jet charter industry.

If you’re flying into Geneva via private jet, there are a few airport options. However, if you want the closes and most convenient options, your best option is going to be (LSGG, GVA) Geneva Airport. It’s one of the closest-to-center major international airports in the world. Request an air charter quote, or give us a call to book a luxury private flight to Geneva, Switzerland.

Airports for Private Jet Charter Flights to Geneva

Jet Charter Europe arrange private charter flights to/from Geneva using the following airports.

(LSGG, GVA) Geneva Airport, Geneva – Switzerland
Longest Runway: 12,795 Feet

(LFLI) Annemasse Aerodrome, Haute-Savoie – France
Longest Runway: 4,265 Feet

(LFPL, NCY) Annecy – Haute-Savoie – Mont Blanc Airport, Meythet – France
Longest Runway: 5,348 Feet

(LFHZ, XSN) Sallanches Aerodrome, Sallanches – France
Longest Runway: 1,969 Feet

Culture in Geneva

Private air charters arranged by Geneva Jet Charter are extremely common in Switzerland, especially in its most politically important city. Routinely ranked among the best in terms of living standards, the city boasts some of the most coveted real estate on the planet. This is due to its large population relative to its actual size, large and comfortable flat sizes, and strict laws that dictate ownership of real estate. It’s obvious that Genevois enjoy a sense of orderliness and structure few international cities of its caliber can imitate. This is in part because of the local culture, which promotes quiet living and propriety at all times.

The native Genevois are often separated into two categories; French speaking, and German speaking. Then, of course, there is the other large part of the population consisting of foreign expatriates. The French and Germans have always been a bit separated, and this trend continues despite the intermingling of cultures. This is a place in which cultures come in and then conform, not the other way around. The only noticeable change in Geneva is the ever-changing population. Due to the large number of expats, the population here is rather transient. People tend to stay for a few years, and then leave for home or more exciting cities. Those who stay tend to enjoy nights at home, rather than out on the town. They enjoy the safety, comfort, and quiet atmosphere only Switzerland can provide. What can you expect to find after your private air charter arrives in Switzerland?

Geneva Outdoors

Considering the lack of nightlife venues and places to let your hair down, it follows that the local population be a bit more outdoorsy than your average population. This is very much the case in Geneva, where an average weekend will normally be spent at the parks throughout the city, or out on the slopes. The city practically invented the weekend ski trip, and the locals are borderline fanatical about it. You’ll see people zipping out of the office at breakneck speeds, trying to catch their lift and get as much ski time in as possible before Monday comes. Our jet charter clients are generally heading to the area for business or government, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of the local sites. If you’re interested in doing a bit of skiing, feel free to bring your equipment on the private jet with you. Ask a Geneva Jet Charter broker to arrange a helicopter lift or ground transfer from the airport, and get some skiing in before the next meeting starts.

Food in Geneva

Food is really the axis on which social life spins in Geneva. People don’t really go out drinking like they do in other major cities. So when you sit down with friends or colleagues at lunch, that’s when relationships are forged. There isn’t really a casual dining scene in the area, and you’ll find people take their food a bit more seriously than other places. Locals never eat out in casual clothes, they very rarely bring their babies, and all restaurants are smoke free. One can surmise, with such gravity given to eating out by locals, chefs would treat food preparation with equal severity. If you haven’t been there, then you’re likely unaware of the hidden gem that is the local cuisine. The amount of Five Star restaurants in the area is hard to believe, and Michelin seems to be handing their stars out to local restaurants like candy at a fair. Yet the restaurants are definitely earning each star, and you’ll be able to taste the effort during your visit.

Geneva Attractions

If you’re flying private to Geneva, then you’re probably going to be there for business either in banking or in politics. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the attractions while you’re there. Geneva’s nightlife is practically nonexistent, so you’ll have to get your kicks out of other offerings. With its lack of drinking and partying, Geneva can easily come across as bland and boring. But that simply isn’t the case. The local population is just more interested in doing other things, like spending their afternoons in the local parks. Switzerland has some of the nicest, most well-maintained parks in the world. You’ll be hard pressed to find any littering in the area, and the facilities are always top notch. Aside from the parks, the city boasts a wealth of museums and architectural oddities for photo opportunities to enjoy after your private flight to Geneva.

Business in Geneva

When you think of Switzerland, you probably think of chocolate, watches, and international neutrality. Though the first two are indeed aspects of the country, the third is a much more prevalent theme in Geneva – as you’ll find after your private chartered flight. As home to the United Nations’ second largest branch and location, the international population is absolutely staggering. Foreign dignitaries, heads of state, ambassadors, translators and interpreters; they all fly private in and out of the area constantly. Aside from the United Nations, a ton of international companies are headquartered here; we know because their executives generally charter private flights.

Some 200 international organizations are concentrated right in the center, often filling the area’s luxury hotels up to capacity. Of these organizations, many are going to be dealing (in some way or another) with the financial sector. Swiss banks aren’t famous for nothing! In general, the local population boasts a ton of intellectual capital, and the jobs in the area are often highly specialized. If you’re flying private to the area, be prepared to work with the best of the best, because that’s really all you’ll find after a private flight to Geneva. Call or email us to speak with one of our private air charter brokers to arrange private flights and helicopter charters in and around Geneva, Switzerland.

Luxury Hotels

For Genevan hospitality, the style has always been decadent and luxurious. The hotels look like palaces, the staff is usually dressed to the 9’s, and the amenities are jaw-dropping. Now where you stay is going to determine the nature of your trip a bit. Most of our jet charter clients stay in the center because they’re there on business. The hotels in the center are generally contemporary, luxurious, equipped with full service bars, and expensive. Once you move to the outskirts and surrounding cities, you come up on ski territory.

These lodgings often come in the form of bed and breakfasts, little boutique options, and more intimate settings in general. The hotels near the slopes generally offer shuttle services to and from the slopes, and a few other ski-related amenities. Wherever you decide to stay after your luxury private flight, you’re sure to have a great time. If you’re still trying to find the perfect one, you may want to keep on reading. We’ve compiled a list of the top hotels in the area based on Geneva Jet Charter client feedback, location and online reviews. Read on to check out our list of the best places to stay after a private flight to Geneva, Switzerland.

LeCrans Hotel & Spa
3963 Lens, Switzerland
+41 27 486 60 60
LeCrans Hotel & Spa
Hotel d'Angleterre
Quai du Mont-Blanc 17
+41 22 906 55 55
Hotel d’Angleterre
Le Richemond
Rue Adhémar-Fabri 8-10
+41 22 715 70 00
Le Richemond
Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues
Quai des Bergues 33
+41 22 908 70 00
Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues
Hôtel Royal Evian Resort
13 Avenue des Madeirons, 74500 Évian-les-Bains, France
+33 4 50 26 85 00
Hôtel Royal Evian Resort
Quai du Mont-Blanc 13
+41 22 716 66 66
Eastwest Hôtel
Rue des Pâquis 6
+41 22 708 17 17
Eastwest Hôtel
Hotel Bristol
Rue du Mont-Blanc 10
+41 22 716 57 00
Hotel Bristol
Hotel President Wilson
Quai Wilson 47
+41 22 906 66 66
Hotel President Wilson
Mandarin Oriental
Quai Turrettini 1
+41 22 909 00 00
Mandarin Oriental

Geneva Jet Charter Service

Request a Quote or give us a call at 1-888-987-5387 to speak with one of our Geneva Jet Charter service brokers for your next luxury vacation, business trip, or special event.