Private Jet to the French Open
Booking a private flight to the French Open is easy. Located only about thirteen miles outside of Paris proper, (ORY) Paris Orly Airport is an ideal destination for your charter flight.
If you’d prefer a more anonymous and private experience, (PAR) Paris Metropolitan Airport sits about 2 miles from Roland-Garros Stadium, and (LFPB, LBG) Paris–Le Bourget Airport, one of the busiest airports in Europe, is dedicated solely to private aviation.
Regardless of which airport you choose, our team can assist you with the trip. Give the details to our flight support specialists and they can arrange everything from the private flight with in-flight catering to ground transportation and helicopter lifts. Request a quote or call now at 1-888-987-5387 to let ACA arrange your flight to the French Open.
Book a private flight to one of Tennis’ most prestigious events.
Establish in the late 1800’s, The French Open was a French only sporting event. It quickly gained countrywide popularity, and eventually reached world recognition around 1925.
It’s one of only four Grand Slam tournaments in the world, and is the only one that’s still held on a clay court. With their slow and bouncy characteristics, clay courts disrupt the games of many top players. Grass and concrete courts tend to reward players with big serves and fast close-net games.
Clay courts reward calculated patience, so players with slower games often have the advantage. Clay courts also add an element of unpredictability to each match because the uneven clay can make balls travel in unexpected directions.
There are millions of people vying to see a match at Roland-Garros. Its popularity has turned the French Open into one of France’s most coveted events. You’ll see people with tents, suitcases, and all the other necessities for camping out and waiting to buy tickets. Paris boils over with the energy of the event. Locals can be seen packed into bars all over the area, enjoying the camaraderie that comes hand in hand with major sporting events
Nearly anyone can afford to see the match with grand stand tickets at 25 Euros. However, the best seats in the house go for a hefty bit more – as much as 1,300 Euros. Ticket holders in this price range will enjoy unrivaled views and exclusive access to a gourmet buffet, bar, and lounge.
May 22 — June 11, 2017
Stade Roland Garros
2 Avenue Gordon Bennett, 75016 Paris, France
Tel. +33 1 47 43 51 91