Tuscany Private Jet Charter
Tuscany Private Jet Charter Service
Trusted Tuscany Jet Charter Service Since 2005
Planning on visiting the one-of-a-kind historic region of Tuscany, Italy? Paramount Business Jets is your optimal private jet solution to and from the city. Whether you require domestic or international private charter flight services, we are here to tailor our services to your needs. Tuscany has access to no less than three airports within a comfortable 50 mile radius. These include the Grosseto Airport (GRS), Ampugnano Airport (SAY), and Marina Di Campo Airport (EBA). The most common types of business jets in the Tuscany area include the Piaggio Avanti II, Premier I, and Citation CJ2 (light jets), the Gulfstream G150, Hawker 900 XP, and Learjet 60 (midsize jets), and the Falcon 2000 LX, Challenger 601, and Legacy 600 (large jets). Beyond these recommendations, we offer long-range jet charter flights on aircraft like the Falcon 7X, Global 7000, Global 8000, Gulfstream G550, and Gulfstream G650, and VIP airliner charter flights on the Embraer 135 Business Jet, Airbus A318 Elite, and Boeing Business Jet. If you would like more information on private jet service to Tuscany, you may reach us 24 hours a day at +1-877-727-2538.
How Much Does it Cost to Charter a Private Jet to or from Tuscany?
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Which Aircraft Category is Best for my Charter Flight to Tuscany?
Choosing the ideal aircraft for your Tuscany private jet charter is based on your comfort level, non-stop range, total passengers, the amount of luggage, as well as, the minimum runway required. Most Tuscany airports can accommodate charter jets of all sizes.
Here are the average specifications of private jets of all sizes:
|MAX FLIGHT TIME
|VLJ||2 - 4||700 - 1,400||4.2 - 4.9||15.8 - 65.3||2:45 - 3:15|
|Light||6 - 7||1,100 - 1,900||4.1 - 5.0||6.3 - 88.2||2:45 - 5:30|
|Super Light||7 - 8||1,700 - 1,900||4.1 - 5.0||50.0 - 85.0||4:00 - 5:30|
|Midsize||8 - 9||1,300 - 3,000||4.8 - 5.9||30.7 - 150.0||2:30 - 8:00|
|Super Midsize||8 - 10||2,400 - 4,000||5.7 - 6.3||50.0 - 155.0||5:30 - 8:00|
|Large||10 - 16||3,600 - 6,000||5.9 - 6.2||115.0 - 317.8||3:00 - 13:00|
|Ultra Long Range||12 - 16||2,500 - 6,700||6.0 - 6.4||140.0 - 325.0||10:00 - 17:00|
|VIP Airliner||16 - 50||3,800 - 6,100||6.5 - 7.3||127.0 - 5,297.0||2:00 - 16:00|
|Helicopter||3 - 8||200 - 650||3.9 - 6.0||0.00 - 88.3||1:15 - 4:00|
Private Jets and Helicopters Available for Hire Near Tuscany
|AIRCRAFT NAME||CATEGORY||YOM||SEATS||BAGGAGE SPACE|
|Hawker 800XP||Midsize||2003||9||48.00 ft³ / 1.36 m³|
|Falcon 2000LX||Super Midsize||2010||8||131.00 ft³ / 3.71 m³|
|Falcon 2000LX||Super Midsize||2010||8||131.00 ft³ / 3.71 m³|
|Piaggio Aero P180 Avanti II||Turboprop Aircraft||2009||6||44.15 ft³ / 1.25 m³|
|Bell 407GX||Helicopter||2015||5||16.00 ft³ / 0.45 m³|
Tuscany Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Tuscany Airports within 100 Miles
- Florence Amerigo Vespucci Peretola Airport, LIRQ, FLR, Florence (Firenze), Italy
- Ampugnano Airport, LIQS, SAY, Siena, Italy
- Pisa Airport, LIRP, PSA, Pisa, Italy
- Grosseto Airport, LIRS, GRS, Grosseto, Italy
- Marina Di Campo Airport, LIRJ, EBA, Marina Di Campo, Italy
- Bologna Airport, LIPE, BLQ, Bologna, Italy
- Forli Airport, LIPK, FRL, Forli, Italy
- Reggio Emilia Airport, LIDE, Reggio Nell Emi, Italy
- Cervia Airport, LIPC, Cervia, Italy
- Ravenna Airport, LIDR, RAN, Ravenna, Italy
|Apr 18||Apr 19||Apr 20||Apr 21||Apr 22|
|Precipitation||0.0 mm||0.1 mm||2.3 mm||1.1 mm||0.0 mm|
|Max Temp||15 °C, 58 °F||15 °C, 60 °F||16 °C, 60 °F||18 °C, 64 °F||20 °C, 68 °F|
|Min Temp||7 °C, 45 °F||6 °C, 42 °F||7 °C, 45 °F||7 °C, 44 °F||9 °C, 48 °F|
|Wind Direction||46 ° NE||136 ° SE||210 ° SSW||188 ° S||173 ° S|
|Wind Speed||19 km/h, 12 m||11 km/h, 7 m||20 km/h, 13 m||15 km/h, 9 m||9 km/h, 5 m|
Tuscany, which conjures up images of romance, fine food, and wine, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. There are beautiful natural treasures like the mountains and the coast, beautiful manmade treasures like Michaelangelo's David and delicious Tuscan wines, olives, and food.
Tuscany -- Toscana in Italian -- is one of 20 regions in Italy. And, then, Tuscany is made up of 10 provinces: Florence (the capital of the Tuscany region), Arezzo, Grosseto, Livorno, Lucca, Massa Carrara, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato, and Siena. To understand where Tuscany lies, consider Italy’s boot-shape. It is just above the kneecap, lying along the Tyrrhenian Sea on the western coast. It covers almost 9,000 square miles and has a population of almost four million.
There is much written about how to best explore the Birthplace of the Renaissance but the two things that seem to appear on almost every list are: travel the region by car to best take in all the sights and take a cooking class to learn to make its famous, yet simple, dishes with plenty of tomatoes, pasta, olive oil, and cannellini beans. Tuscany, famous for its diverse landscape, is home to many olive gardens and vineyards. Drive the winding roads in the wine region of Chianti to stop and sip at the wineries and see the medieval castles, farms, and mansions that dot the countryside. That trip can be made in two hours or two days. Tuscany has the perfect climate for its wine that is known for its rich flavor and character but remains somewhat of a mystery because there are so many different subregions that each produce their own distinct varietal. Which is better, a Chianti or a Super Tuscan? You’ll have to judge for yourself. Another well-known wine is produced in a town of the same name: Montepulciano. A trip to the Tuscan countryside would not be complete without seeing the olive orchards where some of the best olive oil in the world is produced, including “premium extra virgin,” which means the olives were pressed within 12 hours of being picked.
To relax after the road trips through the country, check out many of the region’s hot springs or head to the coast, a mixture of beaches and cliffs that drop into the sea. Tuscany’s archipelago is made up of seven islands, some accessible by boat, most with picturesque and pristine beaches. The other side of Tuscany, the cultural side, is its cities and history and museums and, of course, works of its famous artists. Tuscany’s history dates to the Bronze Age. Michelangelo’s famous statue of David is located at the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence. Other famous artists and scientists from Tuscany are Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Puccini, and Galileo. There are seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Tuscany, including Piazza del Duomo – with its leaning Tower of Pisa -- and the Historic Centre of San Gimignano, a medieval village enclosed by walls built in the 13th century. Also on the list is the Medici Villas and Gardens in Tuscany, where visitors can learn about the Medici family that ruled Florence and Tuscany for three centuries during the Renaissance. One last thing to know about visiting Tuscany: the heat can be brutal in the summer.