Jerusalem Private Jet Charter Service
Jerusalem, Israel has a whole slew of available airports and aircraft that makes travel to the city convenient, stress-free, and full of options. Paramount Business Jets specializes in private jet charters to and from the region. We want to give you as many choices and as much freedom as possible when you travel to Jerusalem. With no less than 15 airports within 50 miles from the city, you may actually feel that you have too many options! The closest airport to Jerusalem is the Atarot Airport (OJJR) and naturally this provides a convenient travel hub for travelers who want to end up very close to the city. Among popular aircraft types in the region, the Hawker 400 XP is the most frequently utilized light jet, the Hawker 800 XP is the most commonly chosen midsize jet, and the Legacy 650 and Falcon 900 C are both standard choices for large jets. If you require any assistance at all with planning a trip to Jerusalem, feel free to contact us 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and any day of the year to immediately speak with an expert aviation representative.
You can also call us 24/7 - 365 days a year at +44-20-3874-8091.
Private Jets and Helicopters Available for Hire Near Jerusalem
Jerusalem Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Jerusalem Airports within 50 Miles
- Atarot Airport, OJJR, Jerusalem, West Bank
- Tel Nov Airport, LLEK, Tel Nov, Israel
- Ben Gurion Airport, LLBG, TLV, Tel Aviv, Israel
- Hatzor Airport, LLHS, Hatzor, Israel
- Palmahim Ab Airport, LL59, Ramla, Israel
- Sde Dov Airport, LLSD, SDV, Tel Aviv, Israel
- I Bar Yehuda Airport, LLMZ, MTZ, Metzada, Israel
- Arad Airport, LL1B, Arad, Israel
- Nevatim Ab Airport, LLNV, Nevatim, Israel
- Teyman Airport, LLBS, BEV, Beer-Sheba, Israel
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Jerusalem City Overview
Jerusalem, the modern capital and the largest city of Israel, is located in the Judean Mountains between the Mediterranean Sea and the Dead Sea. Jerusalem is the seat of the Israeli parliament (Knesset), home to the President's Residence and the government offices. The holy city of Jerusalem has a history of more than 3,000 years, and has been noted as one of the most extraordinary cities in the world, featuring many fascinating historic and archeological sites, as well as modern tourist attractions. Jerusalem is considered to be a holy city to the world's three main religions Jewish, Christian and Muslim. The city is curved up into three main areas, the Old City, Arab East, and West, each one boasting its unique feelings of the old and the new. Jerusalem's most popular historic area to visit is the Old City, which is surrounded by Ottoman period walls and divided into Armenian, Christian, Jewish and Muslim quarters. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981, the Old City of Jerusalem is home to several sites of great symbolic importance: the Temple Mount and the Western Wall Tunnels for Jews, the Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque for Muslims and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre for Christians. Often referred as to the "The City of Gold", Jerusalem is a truly unique city in the world.