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Caspian Private Jets Company organises private flights on Bombardier business jets. The catalogue contains only a small part of the aircraft of this brand available for rent. We have reflected the most popular models in demand in business aviation in Europe. The full catalogue includes about 9000 aircraft of various types and classes. Thanks to the increased reliability, high level of comfort and privacy, flights will be the most pleasant event for you. You can independently choose a convenient date and time of the flight, the model of the aircraft and other important options that allow you to organise the most comfortable flight, taking into account all your preferences. As an international air broker, we perform the functions of a full-fledged business aviation centre and are ready to offer you the most favourable prices for private flights across the EU countries. Aviation consultants will help you choose the optimal Bombardier aircraft, compare individual models and tell you about the advantages of each of them. You can ask questions by phone or via e-mail We will take care of all the nuances, as well as, if necessary, arrange a transfer, security and a comfortable stay at the VIP terminal.

Learjet 85 aircraft
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With all the legendary features of a true Learjet, the Learjet 85 has a more spacious and comfortable cockpit than modern jets in the midsize category, with a true two-key layout.
The new Learjet 85 is equipped with the latest technology. Cockpit design and technology developed by Vision Flight Deck.
The new generation Pratt Whitney Canada PW307B engines will provide optimum performance and operating economy while maintaining low noise and emissions.
Maximum operating altitude is 49,000 feet (14,935 m).
Maximum range of 3,000 nautical miles (5,556 km).
Passengers: up to 8 + 2.

Learjet 75 aircraft
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The Learjet 75 is the latest development of the Learjet by aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace. The light business jet is presented in the run-up to the business jets projected by Bombardier. These models will be equipped with new avionics, winglets and powerful engines that consume less fuel. This is the newly developed Learjet 75 business jet.

With its high cruising speed, state-of-the-art avionics and refined interior, every flight is inspiring. Its extended range and performance allows four passengers to take off at 2,040 nautical miles at Mach 0.78, nonstop connecting Frankfurt and Cairo or Chicago and San Juan. Its 51,000-foot (15,455-meter) operating ceiling saves you from airborne turbulence and delays due to low-altitude congestion. And the new cockpit design allows you to do it all in the utmost comfort.

Learjet 70 aircraft
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The Learjet 70 is the latest development of Learjet by aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace. The light business jet is introduced ahead of the business jets Bombardier predicts recovery: these models will be equipped with new avionics, winglets and powerful engines that consume less fuel. It's a refined beauty. This is the Learjet 70 business jet.

Inspiring and innovative, its intelligent craftsmanship and brilliant technology set it apart from other light jets. It takes seven passengers from Moscow to Casablanca, Chicago to Mexico City or Singapore to Hong Kong in a single flight. Soars quickly to 51,000 feet above commercial traffic routes. Cruising at a high speed of Mach 0.81. And all this in a spacious cabin designed with your needs in mind. The Learjet 70 business jet is a business tool that opens doors to new opportunities. It represents cutting-edge technology that connects people with people, places and passions.

Learjet 60XR aircraft
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The Learjet 60 is a Canadian business jet manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace in Wichita, Kansas. In 2005, the company launched a new variant, designated the Learjet 60 XR, and after certification in 2005, deliveries began in 2007. The new 60 XR has an upgraded cockpit, new avionics and other improvements.

A distinctive feature of this aircraft is its climb time. This aircraft can gain altitude faster than most other aircraft, which makes it very impressive.

Learjet 60 aircraft
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The Learjet 60 is a Canadian business jet manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace in Wichita, Kansas. The Learjet 60 has no range for direct transoceanic flights from the United States, although it can cross the Atlantic Ocean from Newfoundland to the British Isles. A new Learjet 60 costs about $13 million, although used planes can be bought for about $7 million.

The Learjet 60 is an improved version of the Learjet 55 with a longer fuselage and more powerful engines. It first flew in June 1991 and received FAA certification in January 1993.

Learjet 55 aircraft
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The Learjet 55 "Longhorn" is a business jet produced by Gates Learjet.
he Learjet 50 series was first announced at the Paris Air Show in 1977 with a larger cabin than the current Learjet. There were to be three variants in the series: the Learjet 54, 55 and 56, but only the Learjet 55 was built. The Learjet 55 was a free-floating monoplane with low-lying wingtips developed by NASA, which gave the name Longhorn. The aircraft had a T-shaped tail and was equipped with two Garrett TFE731 turbofans mounted on each side of the rear fuselage. It has a retractable tricycle landing gear and an enclosed cockpit for up to ten passengers and a cockpit for two crew members.

Learjet 45 XR aircraft
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The Learjet 45XR is an upgraded version introduced in June 2004, offering higher takeoff weights, higher cruise speeds and shorter climb times than the LJ45. The increase is due to an engine upgrade to the TFE731-20BR configuration. LJ45 owners can upgrade their aircraft with several service bulletins.

Learjet 40 XR aircraft
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The Learjet 40XR is an upgraded version introduced in October 2004, offering higher takeoff weights, higher cruise speeds and shorter climb times than the LJ40. The increase is due to an upgrade of the engines to the TFE731-20BR configuration. These are "BR" engines. LJ40 owners can upgrade their aircraft with several service bulletins.

Learjet 35 aircraft
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The Learjet Model 35 and Model 36 are a series of American multi-purpose business jets and military transport aircraft. When used by the U.S. Air Force, they carry the designation C-21A.

The aircraft is equipped with two Garrett TFE731-2 turbojet engines. Its cabin can accommodate 6-8 passengers. The Model 36 has a shortened passenger area in the fuselage to allow more space in the rear of the fuselage for the fuel tanks. It is designed to operate over long distances.

The engines are mounted in nacelles on the sides of the aft fuselage. The wings are equipped with single-slot flaps. The wingtip fuel tanks distinguish this design from other aircraft performing similar functions.

Learjet 31 aircraft
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The Learjet 31 is an American twin-engine high-speed business jet with ten seats (two crew and eight passengers). It was manufactured by Learjet (a subsidiary of Bombardier) as the successor to the Learjet 29.

The Learjet Model 31 may have been the definitive implementation of the original Learjet series (going back to the 1963 Model 23). The substantial integration of the Model 35/36 fuselage and engines with the Model 28, 29 and 55 "Longhorn" wings gives characteristics comparable to some aircraft. Normal cruising altitude ranges from 41,000 to 47,000 feet (12,500 to 14,900 m), and the aircraft's maximum cruising altitude of 51,000 feet (15,500 m) is a hallmark of only a few civilian aircraft.

Learjet 25 aircraft
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The Learjet 25 is an American twin-engine high-speed business jet with ten seats (two crew and eight passengers). The Learjet was manufactured as an extended version of the Learjet 24. The first Model 25 flew on August 12, 1966, and the first delivery took place in November 1967. The Learjet 25 is similar to the Model 24, but is 1.27 m (4 ft. 2 in.) ) It is longer, allowing for three more passengers. The 1970 Learjet 25B was produced along with the Learjet 25C in the same year. The aircraft has two General Electric CJ610-6 (or CJ610-8) turbojet engines. The luggage is housed in a compartment at the rear of the cabin.

Bombardier Global Express XRS aircraft
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The Global Express XRS is an improved version of the original aircraft (announced October 6, 2003 during the NBAA convention in Orlando, Florida), offering higher cruising speed, increased range, improved cabin layout and lighting. The letters are reportedly irrelevant, but were chosen by focus groups simply to improve the brand image. The increased range is achieved by adding a 1,486 lb (674 kg) fuel tank at the root of the wing. The Global Express XRS entered service in early 2006. The unit is valued at $45.5 million. Bombardier claims the XRS takes 15 minutes less to refuel than the original model, thanks to improved computer systems and mechanical improvements.

Bombardier Global Express aircraft
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The Bombardier Global Express is an ultra-long-range corporate and high-speed VIP jet manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace. The Global Express (model designation BD-700-1A10) is the base model.

Bombardier Aerospace began research in 1991, and the aircraft was officially launched in 1993. The first flight took place on October 13, 1996.

The Global Express has the same fuselage cross-section as the Canadair Regional Jet and has a similar length, but despite their similar size, the two aircraft are very different because of the nature of their functions. The Global Express has an improved all-new supercritical wing with a 35° sweep and winglets, as well as a new T-tip. 

The aircraft is equipped with two BMW RollsRoyce BR-710 FADEC engines. The upgraded cockpit is equipped with a six-screen Honeywell Primus 2000 XP EFIS package and is available with optional projection displays.

Bombardier Global 8000 aircraft
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The Global 8000, capable of flying farther than any other business jet, will have a three-zone 2236 cu. ft. (63.32 cu. M) and a range of 7,900 nautical miles (14,631 km) at Mach 0.85. It will be powered by next-generation GE TechX engines with 16,500 lbf (73 kN) of thrust, which will provide significant efficiency and emissions benefits, including NOx reduction and overall fuel economy of eight percent compared to the industry-leading Global Express XRS aircraft. It will connect Sydney to Los Angeles, Hong Kong to New York and Mumbai to New York City nonstop with eight passengers. The Global 8000 aircraft will reach a cruising speed of Mach 0.90. It is scheduled to enter service in 2017.

Bombardier Global 7000 aircraft
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The Bombardier Global 7000 is an ultra-long-range corporate and high-speed VIP jet manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace. The Global 7000 is expected to enter service in 2016 and the Global 8000 in 2017. The Global 7000 will have a spacious four-zone cabin. The volume is 2,637 cu. ft. (74.67 cu. M), passengers will have 20 percent more living space than in the cabin of the current model. 

The aircraft has a cruising speed of Mach 0.90 and a range of 7,300 miles (13,520 km) at Mach 0.85. It is powered by next-generation 73 kN General Electric Passport 20 engines, which will provide significant efficiency and emissions benefits, including an eight percent reduction in NOx emissions and overall fuel economy over the industry-leading Global Express XRS. aircraft. It can fly nonstop from London to Singapore, from New York to Dubai or from Beijing to Washington with 10 passengers. It will enter service in 2016.

Bombardier Global 6000 aircraft
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The Bombardier Global 6000 is the most luxurious business jet built by Bombardier Aerospace. It is an upgraded version of the Global family of aircraft and is intended to replace two of its predecessors in the Bombardier product line: the Global XRS and Global 5000 business jets.

Bombardier Global 6000 is a super large business jet. It has a spacious passenger cabin and a cockpit; an upgraded wing design provides increased speed and neutralizes the effects of turbulence. The innovative Vision Flight Deck system, developed by Bombardier specifically for this aircraft model, provides a fundamentally new approach to flight control.

Bombardier Global 5000 aircraft
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The Global 5000 (model designation BD-700-1A11) is a derivative of the Global Express, with a 0.813 m (32 inch) reduction in front fuselage length and a maximum range reduction of 1,200 miles. Capacity is up to 19 passengers. The aircraft was announced at a special event on October 25, 2001 in Montreal. It was officially launched (with a slight delay) on February 5, 2002.

Bombardier Challenger 800 aircraft
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The Challenger 800 is a medium-range passenger aircraft for local airlines developed in 1995 by Canadair, part of Bombardier Aerospace. It is distinguished by an increased fuselage length by 6.09 m and a large wingspan; vertical aerodynamic surfaces are installed on the wing tips.

Bombardier Challenger 650 aircraft
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The Bombardier Challenger 650 is a modification of the Challenger 605 model of the famous Canadian manufacturer, presented to the public in 2006. The new aircraft has a more comfortable cabin capable of accommodating 12 passengers, as well as an upgraded Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics system. The public saw the aircraft in 2014 as part of a trade show in Florida.

Bombardier Challenger 605 aircraft
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Bombardier Challenger 605 - introduced in early 2006 as an avionics and structural upgrade of the 604 design. Structural improvements include larger cockpit windows. The cockpit hardware has been upgraded with Collins Proline 21 avionics and an "electronic flight bag" capability. It can be visually distinguished by the new rounded tailpiece.

Bombardier Challenger 604 aircraft
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The Bombardier Challenger 604 is a major redesign of the 601, including more powerful engines, increased fuel capacity including rear seat tanks, a new undercarriage for increased takeoff and landing weight, structural improvements to the wings and tail, and a new Collins ProLine 4 avionics system. 

Bombardier Challenger 601 aircraft
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CL-601-1A was a modified version with winglets to reduce drag and more powerful General Electric CF-34 engines. (66 built, including 4 CL-144s). CL-601-1A / ER - 601-1A was retrofitted with an additional fuel tank in the tail section. The CL-601-3A was a flat-powered engine with a glass cockpit. This was the first version sold by Bombardier. CL-601-3A / ER - 601-3A with an extra fuel tank in the tail section. CL-601-3R - the tail tank was made standard and used "unguided" aircraft type engines (no left or right), matching what was used on the CRJ.

Bombardier Challenger 600 aircraft
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The Bombardier Challenger 600 series is a family of business jets designed by Bill Lear and first produced by Canadair until that company was bought by Bombardier Aerospace in 1986.

The CL-600 was the original production version, powered by Avco Lycoming ALF 502L turbofans with 7,500 lb-ft (33.6 kN) thrust each. Built until 1983 (83 were built). CL-600S - 76 CL-600 aircraft fitted with CL-601-1A wings. 12 aircraft purchased by the Canadian Air Force Command, with names CC-144, CE-144 and CX-144.

Bombardier Challenger 350 aircraft
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The Challenger 350 with 9 seats is available for charter flights. Guests can enjoy relaxing in the most spacious and quiet cabin in its class and arrive at their destination in peace of mind. With its impressive range and excellent take-off and landing characteristics, the Bombardier Challenger 350 is suitable for use in all destinations. 

Bombardier Challenger 300 aircraft
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The Bombardier Challenger 300 is an ultra-midsize jet that can fly transcontinental distances. It is not related to the Challenger 600 series of the same name or the 800 series derivative of the 600.

The Challenger 300 has a continental range of 5,471 kilometers with 8 passengers on board. The aircraft provides 39% more cabin space and 20% more range than other leading mid-size business jets.

Bombardier Challenger 850 aircraft
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The Challenger 850 business jet has a spacious cabin designed to carry up to 15 passengers and includes a working area, bedroom or dining area, a spacious kitchen and a roomy luggage compartment with a capacity of 5.72 cubic metres. There are variations of the Bombardier Challenger 850 with an extended range of up to 5,400km.


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Bombardier in Business aviation

The Canadian manufacturer of aircraft and space equipment, whose office is located in Dorval, Quebec, began its commercial activity in 1986. During this time, the manufacturer managed to absorb several smaller structures, eventually becoming able to manufacture not only aircraft but also space equipment. Despite this multi-vector nature, one of the most profitable areas of the Canadian company is the development and manufacture of aircraft for private and business aviation. A large number of manufactured private aircraft allows many experts to include Bombardier in the top three in the production of aircraft for private aviation. All aircraft of this brand produced for business aviation are distinguished by a high level of reliability, as well as maximum comfort, as they are created taking into account all the needs and wishes of passengers belonging to the business elite.


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The cost of renting a private jet Bombardier

Due to extensive experience in business aviation, cooperation with dozens of airlines and jet owners, and smooth logistics, we can offer our customers the most favourable conditions of private jet charter. Below are the prices for the flights to the most popular destinations. However, you should understand that these figures are indicative only. For more accurate information, contact the managers of Caspian Private Jets.

The calculations include only top business aviation destinations in Europe; however, we can make a fast price calculation and arrange a flight from any part of the world.

  • Belgium - Thailand from 80000 €
  • England - Georgia from 25000 €
  • Germany - Bali from 100000 €
  • Monaco - Norway from 15000 €
  • Switzerland - Tunisia from 17000 €
  • Italy - Kazakhstan from 30000 €
  • Sweden - Seychelles from 50000 €
  • Maldives - Courchevel from 75000 €
  • UAE - France from 35000 €
  • Oman - Monaco from 45000 €
  • Yemen - England from 46000 €
  • Israel - Switzerland from 23000 €
  • Italy - Qatar from 35000 €
  • Jordan - Germany from 20000 €
  • Turkey - Spain from 20000 €
  • Denmark - Egypt from 25000 €
  • Zanzibar - Portugal from 40000 €
  • Canary Islands - Sweden from 45000 €
  • Austria - Sri Lanka from 65000 €
  • Netherlands - Madagascar from 95000 €


Our company serves both international and domestic (within the EU) flights. Due to the cooperation with the local companies, we can offer you a wide variety of options: from very light to ultra-long-range heavy jets. We can arrange a flight from any part of the world (however, you need to take into consideration the specificities of the airports). Below are the prices for the flights to the most popular destinations:

  • Munich (MUC) - Palma (PMI) from 7 500 euro;
  • London (FAB) - Salzburg (SZG) from 10 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Basel (BSL) from 7 000 euro;
  • Paris (CDG) - Le Castellet (CTT) from 5 900 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Altenrhein (ACH) from 5 000 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Glasgow (GLA) from 12 000 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Munich (MUC) from 8 900 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Paris (LBG) from 5 500 euro;
  • Zurich (ZRH) - Monaco (MCM) from 6 000 euro;
  • Berlin (BER) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 14 500 euro;
  • Rome (CIA) - Split (SPU) from 6 000 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Zurich (ZRH) from 4 900 euro;
  • Vienna (VIE) - Saint-Tropez (LTT) from 9 500 euro;
  • Paris (CDG) - Sylt (GWT) from 8 400 euro;
  • Warsaw (WAW) - Palma (PMI) from 13 000 euro;
  • Hamburg (HAM) - Saint-Tropez (LTT) from 11 000 euro;
  • Marseille (MRS) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 9 000 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) - Cannes (CEQ) from 4 200 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Florence (FLR) from 5 000 euro;
  • Salzburg (SZG) - Genoa (GOA) from 6 000 euro;
  • Hamburg (HAM) - Olbia (OLB) from 12 000 euro;
  • Rome (CIA) - Barcelona (BCN) from 10 000 euro;
  • Zurich (ZRH) - Girona (GRO) from 6 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Monaco (MCM) from 5 000 euro;
  • Rotterdam (RTM) - Figari (FSC) from 11 000 euro;
  • Stockholm (BMA) - Nice (NCE) from 14 500 euro;
  • Napoli (NAP) - Berlin (BER) from 10 500 euro;
  • Amsterdam (AMS) - Split (SPU) from 11 000 euro;
  • Zagreb (ZAG) - Saint-Tropez (LTT) from 7 000 euro;
  • Copenhagen (CPH) - Palma (PMI) from 15 000 euro;
  • Valencia (VLC) - Milan (LIN) from 11 500 euro;
  • Frankfurt (FRA) - Florence (FLR) from 7 000 euro;
  • Oslo (OSL) - Cannes (CEQ) from 14 500 euro;
  • Seville (OZP) - Nice (NCE) from 14 200 euro;
  • Helsinki (HEL) - Paris (LBG) from 15 500 euro;
  • Athens (ATH) - Florence (FLR) from 10 500 euro;
  • Riga (RIX) - Milan (LIN) from 13 000 euro;
  • Vilnius (VNO) - Geneva (GVA) from 13 000 euro;
  • Gothenburg (GOT) - Barcelona (BCN) from 15 000 euro;
  • Lyon (LYN) - Genoa (GOA) from 3 500 euro;
  • Skopje (SKP) - Zurich (ZRH) from 9 000 euro;
  • Lisbon (LIS) - Nice (NCE) from 14 500 euro;
  • Salzburg (SZG) - Westerland (GWT) from 4 900 euro;
  • Hamburg (HAM) - Westerland (GWT) from 4 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Westerland (GWT) from 4 900 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 9 000 euro;
  • Vienna (VIE) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 5 000 euro;
  • Zurich (ZRH) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 5 000 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Vienna (VIE) from 8 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Vienna (VIE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Vienna (VIE) from 6 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Cannes (CEQ) from 5 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Cannes (CEQ) from 5 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Cannes (CEQ) from 7 000 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Geneva (GVA) from 5 400 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Geneva (GVA) from 4 700 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Geneva (GVA) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Nice (NCE) from 4 900 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Palma (PMI) from 4 700 euro;
  • London (LCY) - Palma (PMI) from 7 900 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Palma (PMI) from 6 600 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Barcelona (BCN) from 4 600 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Barcelona (BCN) from 6 600 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Barcelona (BCN) from 8 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Genoa (GOA) from 5 000 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Genoa (GOA) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Genoa (GOA) from 6 700 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Zurich (ZRH) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Zurich (ZRH) from 5 800 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Zurich (ZRH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - London (BQH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Leipzig (LEJ) - London (LCY) from 6 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 4 800 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 9 900 euro;
  • Olbia (OLB) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 5 800 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Monaco (MCM) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Monaco (MCM) from 6 600 euro;
  • Milan (MXP) - Monaco (MCM) from 4 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Olbia (OLB) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Olbia (OLB) from 4 900 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Olbia (OLB) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Florence (FLR) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Florence (FLR) from 7 200 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Florence (FLR) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Munich (MUC) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Munich (MUC) from 6 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Munich (MUC) from 5 400 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) to Cologne (CGN) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) to Berlin (BER) from 6 600 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - London (BQH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • London (BQH) to Bilbao (BIO) from 7 000 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - London (BQH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) to Samedan (SMV) from 4 500 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) to Grosseto (GRS) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) to Chambery (CMF) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Milan (LIN) from 5 200 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Milan (LIN) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Milan (LIN) from 6 600 euro;


We should note that to reduce the price of your flight, you can use such services as Jet Sharing or Empty Legs. In short, Jet Sharing allows you to buy the desired number of seats on a private flight and divide the full cost of a jet charter between all passengers. This means that you’ll have to pay only for the number of seats you’ve booked. Therefore, Jet Sharing is also known as “seat rental on a business jet”. As for Empty Legs, it is a system of return flights. Let’s say that the passenger booked a one-way flight to a specific destination. In this case, the chosen business jet returns to its home base empty. If you don’t need an urgent flight, you can leave us a request, our consultants will contact you as soon the desired jet will be available.


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Online calculator for calculating the cost of a business jet flight

You can use an online calculator to get an instant charter quote. We will send you an offer with a detailed calculation of the flight price via e-mail or messenger. You can also send us an e-mail to clarify the flight details and ask any questions you have about the jet and booking conditions.

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Keep in mind that these figures are indicative only. Our manager will contact you as soon as possible to discuss the details of the flight and help you choose the most suitable option. Price calculation and jet search services are free and don’t impose any obligations. Experts of our company are always happy to answer all your questions and consult you on business aviation issues.


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The current line of Bombardier private jets

The Canadian aircraft manufacturer is considered quite conservative and rarely updates its own model range, preferring to offer customers aircraft which are already familiar to them, famous for their high reliability and convenience. The last global update of the model range was carried out by this manufacturer in 2010 and was aimed at expanding the level of sales of equipment. After that, no new models appeared, and the company continued to manufacture and sell aircraft models already familiar to customers. At the same time, during the process of manufacturing new aircraft, the company tries to provide them with the highest quality passenger cabin trim, installation of reliable, durable and economical engines, as well as comfortable passenger seats where passengers can feel comfortable even when the aircraft enters turbulence zones. The model range of the manufacturer is divided into three different directions:

  1. Learjet. This category includes the simplest business jets in their design and equipment, produced in mass quantities. An important feature of such aircraft is the relatively low rental cost, an ergonomic and passenger-friendly cabin, as well as the ability to land on unpaved lanes.
  2. Global. This line includes several types of business jets, which, due to the unique design features, are able to travel the same distances without refuelling as wide-body passenger aircraft.
  3. Challanger. It is one of the most popular consumer lines of Canadian manufacturer. It includes aircraft capable of landing and taking off at airfields of any type.

The most popular aircraft models of this brand are the Global 5000 and Global 6000.


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The Canadian manufacturer was not only able to take a strong position in the field of aircraft manufacturing but also become one of the leaders of its own segment. According to the data announced by the company's press centre, it is planned to expand the model range in the very near future, as well as carry out a deep modernisation of existing models. Carrying out such work will allow aircraft to become leaders in their own segment and offer customers aircraft with the highest reliability and technical equipment.

During the process of manufacturing machinery, spare parts, components and assemblies, the Canadian concern uses only its own proven and reliable developments. The model range of Bombardier business jets includes only jet airplanes but one of its activities is also the manufacture of turboprops.


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Organisation of private flights in Europe

Caspian Private Jets is ready to offer clients the organisation of private or group flights on planes of the Canadian Bombardier company, performed by experienced pilots. More than 9,000 aircraft are waiting for you in our company's catalogue. We guarantee the attentive and responsible attitude of our specialists. All this will allow us to quickly organise a flight of any complexity to Europe for one person or a group of tourists. At the same time, we can not only arrange a quick flight to Europe, but we can also take on all the problems and troubles associated with the registration of all the necessary documents for this.


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Booking a private jet flight

You can book an aircraft for a private flight in any way convenient for you - by phone, through the online form on the website, using a messenger or email leading operators and will send you the best options to choose from (usually 3-5 optimal offers). Next, we agree on the details of the selected flight or adjust the search, taking into account the new input from you.




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Payment and refund policy

Each customer of Caspian Private Jets can pay for the private flight in the most simple, profitable, and convenient way. For example, the customer can pay for the company services by bank transfer or card payment. We accept both cash and cryptocurrency. We always conclude contracts with our customers. Our company guarantees a high level of service, consideration of the customers’ needs and wishes, and full data privacy. Trying to accommodate our clients, we always provide flexible terms of cooperation and payment. However, you should understand that each case is individual and requires separate consideration.

The cancellation and refund terms are prescribed in the contract, provided to each customer before the beginning of cooperation. The contract is drawn up based on the customer’s needs and the chosen business jet. Since private jets are owned by different companies and individuals, the cancellation conditions may vary. On our part, we do everything we can to minimize the size of fines and organize the flight at the most convenient time for our customers. If the flight was cancelled because of our company, we will refund you the full price of the jet charter.


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Advantages of the company
    • Reputation

    • 12 years of successful work in business aviation in Europe. More than 100 regular customers and 30 partner companies around the world.

    • A large selection of aircraft

    • The current database includes about 9,000 business jets of various types. We will select an airplane for a flight of any range and complexity.

    • Transparent contracts

    • We do not slip tricky contracts but are responsible for the services provided. We show flexibility and meet our clients halfway. We are always ready to discuss the details and make changes.

    • Online booking

    • You can book and pay for the flight online, without a personal presence. You can also arrange all the documents in our office. We’ll adjust to the option that is convenient for you.


The team of "European Private Jets" consists of experienced experts in the field of business aviation. If you contact us, you can be sure of a quick and professional solution to the issue. The main priority of the company is the convenience of the client. Therefore, we will make every effort to ensure that you are satisfied with the service and the flight. At the moment, 39 specialists work in the company's offices around the world. Each client gets a personal aviation consultant who will accompany him/her at all stages of interaction on the flight. We guarantee the full involvement of a specialist and flexibility in solving issues of any complexity.

A very important point for us is to provide an opportunity for customers to communicate not only with the company's managers but also with its bosses. Therefore, you can always write directly to the boss and managers of the direction if you are unable to promptly resolve the issue with a personal consultant.


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We are always open to dialogue and will be glad to listen to your suggestions and feedback about the company's work.

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