Private Jet Charters to Dubai
We are excited to offer you a direct private jet charter flight to Dubai. There are 5 airports within an approximate 50 mile radius of the Dubai city center, and all types of jets are fit to touch down – commercial, private, and jets of all sizes. Because of the sheer size and volume of the Dubai International Airport, flying there via private jet makes sense in that one won’t have to wait on any lines or get caught up in the high volume of people and security. Whether it is a Gulfstream, Hawker, or Challenger, Windsor Jet is ready and waiting to take you to Dubai in mere hours.
Things To Do In Dubai
If you’re in Dubai, you need to check out Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. And if you’re concerned about spending hours to get to the top, have no fear, because they have the world’s fastest elevator as well! You can find yourself on top of the world in mere seconds. The observation deck on the 134th floor is where you can get a gorgeous and panoramic view of both Dubai and the clouds of the sky.
Another interesting and relatively new place to visit is the Lost City, which is believed to be housed on Palm Jumeirah, an island recently built. It houses the Atlantis hotel, which features the world renown Aquaventure water park with over 42 acres of water slides and parks. The hotel includes an area called the Lost Chambers, which is believed to have contained secret passageways to the Arabian Gulf many years ago. What better way is there to enjoy Dubai by flying in luxury via private jet and then staying in one of the utmost luxurious hotels in the world?
Dubai has the only 7 star hotel in the entire world, called Burj Al Arab. It has many incredible features, including a glass escalator surrounded by aquariums, skybar, and many restaurants. It said to be that there are future plans for a Guggenheim museum, a race track, and a Ferrari Theme Park.
The Dubai Mall is something that most people will never experience in any other city, as it has some incredible things that one won’t believe until they see it with their own eyes. This includes a 22 movie screen cinema, a Sega World, Kidzania (huge kids theme park), an underwater zoo, ice skating rink, and a mega fountain with extraordinary shows every night at 6 pm. And of course, many stores and restaurants.
Private Jet Culture
Dubai is known for its private jet culture, and the high number of people who touch down in the city via their private aircraft. Dubai World Central’s Al Maktoum International Airport has publically stated that they expect private jet landings to hit close to 20,000 by the year 2020. This will be done by the opening of a special VIP terminal just for private jet charters, said to be finished some time around 2015. And if you want to continue your trip, feel free to fly a private jet to Riyadh, which is not far away!
Dubai is an incredibly unique city to visit. We at Windsor Jet would love to whisk you there in complete safety, comfort, and luxury in one of our luxurious jets, so click here to get a private jet quote today!
Visit the Dubai Creek for a quiet and beautiful excursion into pleasant waters aboard a boat. They have cheap rides in abras that travel across the creek and back, and going during sunset is something spectacular that any tourist could appreciate. Oh, and if you were expecting some Dubai excess, you’re in luck- you will be able to see the world’s biggest arch too:
If you thought that the luxury and excess and Dubai only pertained to hotels, buildings, malls, and elevators, prepare to be surprised by the world’s biggest natural flower garden. Over 45 million flowers spread throughout 72,000 square meters, your eyes will be taken aback by the sheer natural beauty.
Airports We Fly To:
- Dubai International Airport (DXB) is 21 kilometers from Dubai. It has a runway length of 14590 feet and is suitable for small jets, medium jets, long range jets, regional airliners and large airliners.
- Sharjah International Airport (SHJ) is located 7 nautical miles southeast of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. It’s entire location spans 3,593,390 meters.
- Dubai World Central – Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) is 37 kilometers southwest of Dubai. It was previously known as ”Jebel Ali International Airport”, “Jebel Ali Airport City”, and “Dubai World Central International Airport”. Originally, it was named after Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the former king of Dubai. This airport is said to have the world’s first integrated logistics platform, covering an area of 55,000 acres, and contains the world’s first purpose-built aerotropolis. Needless to say, it has plenty of landing space for all types of aircraft, including private and commercial jet charter.