Curitiba Private Jet Charter Service
Paramount Business Jets is a recognized leader in business aviation, providing private jet charter flights to and from Curitiba, Brazil. With two options within 10 miles from the city itself, you are going to be deciding between Bacacheri Airport (BFH) and Afonso Pena Airport (CWB). Additionally, Blumenau Airport (BNU), Tres Barras Airport (SSTB) and Palmas Airport (SSPS) are within a 50 mile driving distance of downtown Curitiba. The most common selections in the region near Curitiba are the Pilates PC-12 (turboprops), the Phenom 100 and Citation Mustang (very light jets), the Citation CJ2, Learjet 35A (light jets), the Learjet 45, Citation Excel (super light jets), the Learjet 60XR, Citation III (midsize jets), the Citation Sovereign, Gulfstream G200 (super midsize jets), the Falcon 2000EX (large jets). At PBJ, we are fully dedicated to providing our clients with exceptional customer service, while providing customized charter aircraft solutions that meet your unique needs. For more information about aircraft rental services to and from Curitiba, call us at +1-877-727-2538, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or simply fill out an online charter request form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
You can also call us 24/7 - 365 days a year at +44-20-3874-8091.
Curitiba Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Curitiba Airports within 50 Miles
- Bacacheri Airport, SBBI, BFH, Curitiba, Brazil
- Afonso Pena Airport, SBCT, CWB, Curitiba, Brazil
- Blumenau Airport, SSBL, BNU, Blumenau, Brazil
- Tres Barras Airport, SSTB, Tres Barras, Brazil
- Palmas Airport, SSPS, Palmas, Brazil
- Ponta Grossa Airport, SSZW, Ponta Grossa, Brazil
- Joinville Airport, SBJV, JOI, Joinville, Brazil
- Fazenda Thalia Airport, SSTH, Balsa Nova, Brazil
- Tancredo Thomas De Faria Airport, SBGU, Guarapuava, Brazil
- Nelson Pizzani Airport, SIWE, Monte Carlo, Brazil
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Curitiba City Overview
Curitiba is the capital and largest city of the state of Paraná, lying in Southern Brazil. Originally founded as a gold-mining camp in 1654, Curitiba is Paraná’s center of industrial and economic activities, as well as the center of the agricultural region. Curitiba is internationally recognized as a model of urban planning, sustainable development and impressive infrastructure. Curitiba possesses a rich cultural heritage centered around a unique blend of Brazilian, German, Italian, Ukrainian and Polish influences. Some of the city’s best representations of international landmarks are the Santa Felicidade neighborhood, known as the “Little Italy of Curitiba”; Bosque Alemao Park, known as German Woods; and Ukrainian Church at Tingui Park. Other notable attractions include the Opera de Arame and the Oscar Niemeyer Museum. Aside from being a historically diverse and culturally rich city, Curitiba showcases preservation efforts and boasts over 35 parks, 1004 conservation areas, and 78,000 square meters of natural forest. Popular parks in Curitiba are the Tangua Park, the Barigui Park and the magnificent Botanical Garden. Curitiba is to two traditional Brazilian football clubs: Coritiba Foot Ball Club and Clube Atletico Paranaense. Curitiba has been chosen as one of 12 cities to host games of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. Several 2014 FIFA World Cup matches will be held at the historic Estadio Joaquim Americo, also known as the Arena da Baixada. .