Europe’s Top 20 Private Jet Airports

Posted by: Prince Jets  May 31, 2014 07:05 AM

Private jets can use more than 3,000 European airports, whereas airlines only have access to 300 airports. So, which airports are the busiest?

Europe’s top 20 private airports are listed below, as well as the number of flight movements in the previous year, that is, landing and taking off of private jets.

The figures are calculated from May in 2012 to April in 2013 in order to paint a whole year’s image using current information that is updated. For an airport to show similar trends, monthly figures can always fluctuate; for instance, a major cultural or sport event can show a surge to a specific airport.

Paris Le Bourget was Europe’s busiest airport for private jets with almost 48,000 movements, landings and takings off, in the previous year. Dedicated for private jet aviation, Le Bourget airport is the most essential private aviation hub annually, in Europe.

Geneva Cointrin is ranked second and the route popular for private flights from Paris to Geneva, on a yearly basis.

Nice Cote D’Azur falls at number three and lies in the top 10 month rating of airports, with soaring flights in the summer. However, the Cannes Mandelieu is ranked position 12 in the top 20 airports. Actually, these two airports are popular from May to August, every year.

In fourth place, is the London Luton with three airports found in the top 20, with a sum of 57,082 flight movements. Generally, London is the topmost rated city in the world. Check out the dedicated London page for London private jet charters.

Airports According to Rank:

Paris Le Bourget

Geneva Cointrin

Nice Cote D’azur

London Luton

Moscow Vnukovo


London Farnborough


Vienna Schwechat

Rome Ciampino

Munich International Airport

Cannes Mandelieu

Kiev Zhuliany

London Biggin Hill

Madrid, Torrejon


Prague Vaclav Havel

Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen

Berlin Schönefeld


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