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Private Flights to Bordeaux, France

Air Charter Advisors arranges private jet charter services in Bordeaux, a port city located along the Garonne River in southwestern France, and the world capital of the fine wine industry.

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Flying in a private plane to Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport (LFBD, BOD) is the most comfortable, secure and stylish way to arrive in France, and our company offers the highest standards in business and luxury aviation.

Air Charter Advisors arranges on-demand private charter flights to/from Bordeaux, France, and w offer straight forward, pay-as-you-go service without any hidden fees or membership costs. We have access to thousands of planes in our Star Operator Network, connecting you to the perfect jet or turboprop for your private flight.

Bordeaux Air Charter Advisors

Our private jet charter company is Wyvern-registered, and all of the private aircraft we use for charter flights to Bordeaux and surrounding areas of Southwest France are operated by FAR Part 135 (or foreign equivalent) air carriers. Our clients have included royal family, heads of state and C-level executives, VIPs/celebrities, athletes, and leisure travelers from around the world.

Enjoy the peace of mind you get from working with a private jet charter broker you can trust, and we’ll be your local and global aviation solution for luxury air travel, aircraft acquisition, and private jet management.

Our Bordeaux Air Charter Advisors are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to ensure that all of your needs are met exactly when they need to be, and our hassle-free booking process makes everything easy. We’re transparent, so you know that everything will be as you expect it on the day of your flight.

Our experience will ensure that your flight with us becomes the most comfortable and efficient yet. If you want to enjoy the most comprehensive and attentive private charter flight experience in the industry, request a quote now or call us at 1-888-987-5387 to book your luxury private flight to Bordeaux, France.

Cost to Charter a Private Jet in Bordeaux, France

The cost to charter a private flight to/from Bordeaux, France starts at around $2,000 an hour* in a turboprop, $5,000 an hour* in a light jet, $7,000 an hour* in a midsize jet, and $10,000 an hour* or more for a long range jet or VIP airliner. Learn more about the factors that go into hourly charter rates & private jet rental costs.

Hourly Charter Rates in Bordeaux, France*
$1,000 – $2,000/hour
$1,500 – $3,000/hour
Very Light Jets (VLJ)
$2,500 – $3,500/hour
Light Jets
$3,500 – $4,800/hour
Super Light Jets
$4,250 – $5,250/hour
Midsize Jets
$4,800 – $6,000/hour
Super Midsize Jets
$6,000 – $7,500/hour
Heavy Jets
$8,500 – $10,500/hr
Long Range Jets
$12,000 – $15,000/hr
VIP Airliners
$18,000 – $30,000/hr

* Hourly charter rates in Bordeaux, France will vary depending on aircraft make, model and year, as well as amenities, routing, fuel prices, and scheduling/availability.

Private Jet Airports in Bordeaux, France

Air Charter Advisors utilizes the following airports to fly clients privately to/from Bordeaux, France and neighboring areas.

(LFBD, BOD) Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport – Bordeaux, France

(LFCH) Arcachon – La Teste-de-Buch Airport – Arcachon, France

  • Alias: Villemarie Airport
  • Runway Length: 4,593 feet (asphalt)  | 3,871 feet (grass)
  • FBO Service: N/A
  • Customs & Immigration: N/A
  • Hours: Mon-Fri; 08:00-23:30 LT; 12:30-16:00 LT Sat, Sun and holidays.

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Take Versailles, add Antwerp, and you have Bordeaux” ~ Victor Hugo

Charter a private flight to the sunlit vineyards of Bordeaux, a port city on the Garonne River and the center of the famous wine-growing region in southwestern France.

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Bordeaux, the city known as “La Belle au Bois Dormant” (Sleeping Beauty), is famous for its incredible wine growing regions, regarded by some as the best in the world.

Romans first introduced vines in the mid-1st century to the land they knew as Burdigala, and production has been continuous ever since. The city is home to nearly 300,000 acres of vineyards with 57 wine appellations, over 10,000 wine-making châteaux and around 13,000 grape growers. The region produces almost a billion bottles annually, from mass quantities of everyday wines to some of the most expensive and exclusive blends available.

Bordeaux doesn’t need as much beauty rest anymore, and thanks to a heavy student population and over two million tourists annually, La Belle au Bois Dormant rarely goes to bed early. That is, unless you’ve spent the day touring wine vineyards, in which case we doubt you’ll have a problem catching some z’s. Check out more of what Bordeaux has to offer private jet travelers after their flight arrives in Southwest France.

Attractions & Events

Despite being one of the least French cities in the country thanks to 300 years of British control, Bordeaux holds a unique place in French history.

It’s one of the few cites outside of Paris to serve as the country’s capital, relocated during both world wars amid fears it would fall into the hands of the Germans. After establishing the Provisional Government of the French Republic in 1944, Charles de Gaulle restored Paris as the capital of France.

The city is also home to Laser Mégajoule, a large laser-based inertial confinement fusion (ICF) research device aimed to refine fusion calculations for France’s nuclear arsenal. The laser facility is the second-largest of its kind in the world, and the most important facility of optical and laser expertise in Europe.

Not to be outdone by lasers and cabernet, the city’s aeronautic industry is home to some of the biggest names in aviation. Major companies including Dassault, EADS Sogerma, Snecma, Thales, SNPE, and others employ over 20,000 people. Dassault manufactures its Falcon private jets here, along with its Rafale and Mirage 2000 military aircraft. The Components for other French-made aircraft are built in the city, including the cockpit for the Airbus A380.

During his time as Prime Minister of France, current mayor Alain Juppé commissioned the city’s revival. After a long period of neglect, the turn of the millennium saw the city’s old wet-docks lined with cafes, gardens, and museums to create one of the country’s newest hot-spots. Restored neoclassical architecture and a high-tech public transport system were added, and in 2007, half of the entire city was listed as a UNESCO heritage site, creating the largest urban site in the world. Check out more things to do after your private flight to Bordeaux, France.

St. Andre Cathedral (Cathedrale Saint-Andre)
66 rue Trois Conils
+33 (55) 652-6810

Place de la Bourse (Place Royale)
The Palace is a gorgeous place for a break, as it’s right near the river, a great spot for a picnic. Moreover, a playground of water, the Miroir d’Eau is right nearby.
17 Place de la Bourse
+33 (55) 679-5095

Miroir d’Eau
The “Water Mirror” is the largest reflecting pool in the world. Facing the palace, the pool stretches across 3,450 squared meters. It’s a great place to cool off and let people of all ages frolic.

Jardin Public
11 hectares make up this garden, housing an arboretum, a library, and a museum of natural history. It’s a great place to go for a walk, with children or with your dog, and enjoy the serenity of it all.
Cours de Verdun
+33 (55) 600 66 00

Parc de Majolan
This is a nice park with a couple of playgrounds for the kids, and is a nice place to have a picnic, or feed some of the wildlife, bring apples or fruit. There are also some beautiful ruins to behold.
Avenue du Général de Gaulle

Musee d’Aquitaine
20 Cours Pasteur
+33 (55) 601-5100

Grand Theatre – Opera National
Place de la Comédie
+33 (55) 600-8595

La Toque Cuivree
97 Bis Avenue de Teycheney
+33 (55) 674-8216

La Bar a Vin
3 Cours du 30 Juillet
+33 (55) 600-4347

Bordeaux Food & Wine Festival

Every two years, people from across the world travel to the port city of Bordeaux in southwest France for one of the world’s premier food & wine festivals. The Bordeaux Food & Wine Festival is a four-day-long celebration of some of the finest wines in the world held during the second week of June.

Guests can enjoy wine tastings across a large number of pavilions, and classes are available where you can speak with instructors and sommeliers to learn more about your favorite wines. Check out more information about arranging a private flight to the next Bordeaux Food & Wine Festival.

Luxury Hotels

Bordeaux, a city located in southwestern France, is best known as one of the premier wine growing regions in Europe.

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Most tourists stay close to the railway station near the Quai Des Marques, while private luxury travelers will want to head towards the Gambetta square and Quinconces square, home to an array of luxury and boutique hotels.

Le Grand Intercontinental Hotel is one of the area’s premier five-star hotels, located across from le Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux. The hotel features a Michelin-starred restaurant le Pressoir d’Argent, along with a variety of cafes where you can enjoy local cuisine.

5 Star

La Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez
10 Rue Labottière
+33 5 35 38 16 16

Yndo Hotel
108 Rue Abbé de l’Épée
+33 5 56 23 88 88

Le Grand Hotel
2-5 Place de la Comédie
+33 5 57 30 44 44

Les Sources De Caudalie
Smith Haut-Lafitte (Martillac)
+33 5 57 83 83 83

Clos Marcamps
2 Chemin des Carrières (Prignac-et-Marcamps)
+33 5 57 58 57 09

4 Star

L’Hôtel Particulier
44 Rue Vital Carles
+33 5 57 88 28 80

Le Boutique Hôtel
3 Rue Lafaurie Monbadon
+33 5 56 48 80 40

Hôtel De Sèze
23 Allée de Tourny
+33 5 56 14 16 16

Golf du Medoc Hotel
Chemin de Courmateau (Le Pian-Médoc)
+33 5 56 70 31 31

Seeko’o Hôtel
54 Quai de Bacalan
+33 5 56 39 07 07

La Maison Bord’eaux Hotel
113 Rue du Dr Albert Barraud
+33 5 56 44 00 45

Hotel Burdigala
115 Rue Georges Bonnac
+33 5 56 90 16 16

Unique Luxury Experience

Château Cordeillan-Bages
Route des Châteaux (Pauillac)
+33 5 56 59 24 24

Hostellerie De Plaisance
5 Rue du Clocher (Saint-Émilion)
+33 5 57 55 07 55

Le Saint-James
3 Place Camille Hostein (Bouliac)
+33 5 57 97 06 00

Additional Airports | Southwest France

  • (LFBA, AGF) Agen-La Garenne Airport – Agen, France
    Longest Runway: 7,103 feet
  • (LFBE, EGC) Bergerac-Roumanière Airport – Bergerac, France
    Longest Runway: 7,324 feet
  • (LFBU, ANG) Angouleme – Cognac International Airport – Angoulême, France
    Longest Runway: 5,938 feet
  • (LFDN, RCO) Rochefort Saint-Agnant Airport – Rochefort, France
    Longest Runway: 7,480 feet

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