Paris Airport-Le Bourget is Europe’s busiest business airport. It was once Paris’s principal airport, but it is now just used for general aviation, including business jet operations. It also hosts air shows, with the most notable one being the Paris Air Show. It has a rich aviation history, as it was Paris’s first and only airfield until the opening of Orly in 1932. It is situated in Le Bourget, just 11 km North-East of central Paris and only a 20-minute drive from the city centre. When travelling and from to Paris, there are also the options of using Paris Orly or Paris Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle Airports, however, neither of these have any FBO’s.
Operations: Open 24-hours
Admin: Open 09:00 – 19:00
FBO’s at Paris Airport-Le Bourget (LBG)
Advanced Air Support
Advanced Air Support offers a luxurious FBO that has been completely renovated to offer a variety of lounging areas that are both comfortable and private. The amenities include; four VIP lounges with Satellite TV and WIFI, prayer room, conference room with a projector and a secure private parking area.
This FBO offers customers direct ramp access, dedicated parking and stunning VIP lounges. They also offer 24/7 operations and ground handling.
Sky Valet Paris
Sky Valet operates 24-hours a day and offers two VIP and crew lounges. With relaxing private lounges that offer quality ‘me’ time and restaurants that offer local cuisines, you can be sure to be able to relax before your flight
Universal Aviation is a full-service FBO with heated hangar at Paris Le Bourget International Airport. Their first-class facilities included a private VIP lounge, crew and conference areas and VIP gourmet catering.
Where to visit when travelling to Paris Airport-Le Bourget (LBG)
The French capital has drawn visitors for centuries, due to its iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower or the Arc de Triomphe and exceptional cuisine. Explore the many museums, cafes and gardens. From a day trip to a romantic weekend away, private jet travel to Paris is popular due to its artistic heritage, café culture, infamous cuisine and bustling business district.
The Louvre is one of the most impressive museums in Europe. With a spectacular collection of art and sculptures, you can gain huge insight into the famous artworks if you take a private guided tour.