Belgrade Private Jet Charter Service
If you are seeking a premier jet rental solution to or from Belgrade, Serbia, take a minute to consider PBJ. With four conveniently located airports within 50 miles from the city, Belgrade is an increasingly popular travel destination. Within the city itself, Beograd Airport (BEG) is the most straightforward choice, but other options include Batajnica Airport (BJY), Kovin Airport (LY87) and Vrsac Airport (LYVR). The most common private jets for charter in the region by size are the Premier IA, Piaggio Avanti and Citation CJ3 (light jets), the Hawker 850 XP, Gulfstream G150 and Learjet 60XR (midsize jets) and the Falcon 2000 LX and Challenger 604 (large jets). If you have some inquires, concerns or would like to quote a trip or schedule a flight to or from Belgrade, Serbia, do not hesitate to speak with us at +1-877-727-2538 to chat with an expert charter consultant.
You can also call us 24/7 - 365 days a year at +44-20-3874-8091.
Private Jets and Helicopters Available for Hire Near Belgrade
Belgrade Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Belgrade Airports within 50 Miles
- Beograd Airport, LYBE, BEG, Belgrade, Serbia And Montenegro
- Batajnica Airport, LYBT, BJY, Batajnica, Serbia And Montenegro
- Kovin Airport, LY87, Kovin, Serbia And Montenegro
- Vrsac Airport, LYVR, Vrsac, Serbia And Montenegro
- Ponikve Airport, LY88, Ponikve, Serbia And Montenegro
- Giarmata Airport, LRTR, TSR, Timisoara, Romania
- Tuzla Airport, LQTZ, TZL, Tuzla, Bosnia & Hercegovina
- Osijek Airport, LDOS, OSI, Osijek, Croatia
- Caransebes Airport, LRCS, CSB, Caransebes, Romania
- Bor Airport, LY89, Bor, Serbia And Montenegro
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Belgrade City Overview
Belgrade is the capital of Serbia, in the central part of the country, on the River Danube near its junction with the Sava River. The largest city in Serbia, Belgrade is the political, cultural, industrial, commercial, economic, communication, and transportation center of the country. Belgrade possesses strong electronic, metalworking, agricultural machinery, infrastructure, commerce, banking, and telecommunications industries. Due to its strategic location at the crossroads of major routes connecting Central Europe and the Middle East, Belgrade is often referred to as the "Gateway to the Balkans" and considered one of the most prominent cities of Southeastern Europe. With a history that traces back more 7,000 years, Belgrade is perhaps one of the oldest cities in Europe. Tourists to Belgrade will enjoy a wealth of historic places to visit, including the Public Observatory, National Museum, National Assembly, National Theater, Belgrade Arena, Royal Palace, Belgrade Fortress and Kalemegdan Park. With is its mix of old splendor, uninspiring Soviet-era, and modern architecture, various cultural venues, luxurious busy shopping malls, prestigious stores and boutiques, green spaces and recreational facilities, Belgrade is a popular destination for business and leisure travelers alike. Belgrade is home to Serbia's largest airport, Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG), offering charter flights to a wide range of European, Middle East and Africa destinations and serving over 2 million passengers a year.