Grozny Private Jet Charter Service
Paramount Business Jets can arrange flights into cities where flights are few and travel ill-advised like Grozny in the Russian Republic of Chechnya.
Difficult flights are made easier with the help of Paramount, which will get you a charter flight into Grozny International from nearby Russian airports.
There are also nearby airports outside of Russia but it may be difficult for non-Russian visitors to gain access. The aviation experts at Paramount Business Jets will be able to advise you on the best way to get into Grozny. Paramount can also help you arrange a flight from Moscow, which is 932 miles away. For information, call Paramount Business jets toll-free at 1-(877) 727-2538 and we will contact operators that specialize in routes to get you the best pricing on the aircraft you need to get to Grozny.
You can also call us 24/7 - 365 days a year at +44-20-3874-8091.
Grozny Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
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Grozny City Overview
Sometimes business, research or other matters necessitate travel to dangerous cities.
Grozny, Chechnya, located 932 miles southeast of Moscow, is one of those places. Unrest continues as the city rebuilds from the Chechen wars of the 1990s. Russia announced in 2009 that it had ended its attacks on Chechen separatists and the first international flight in 15 years took off from Grozny Airport.
However, sporadic violence continues. Most governments advise of non-essential travel.
It’s a shame because the oil-rich Chechnya is a beautiful place located in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains, which are considered the border between Europe and Asia.
Most of its 1.2 million people are Muslims.
Its capital, Grozny, which lies on the Sunzha River, was all but destroyed during the Chechen Wars but it has been rebuilt into a mini Dubai with five-star hotels and beautiful mosques.
Crumbling buildings have been torn down and replaced in the city the United Nations in 2002 declared “the most destroyed city on Earth.”
The most impressive mosques in the city are the Akhmad Kadyrov Mosque and the Mosque of Sheikh Arsanov.
The Akhmad Kadyrov Mosque, officially known as the "Heart of Chechnya,” is the largest mosque in Russia. It is made decorated with white marble from the Turkish island of Marmara.
Other impressive sites in the city include:
- The National Museum of Chechnya, which has a lecture hall, exhibition hall, restoration workshop and laboratory and theater.
- The A.A. Kadyrov Sport Complex, a $280 million soccer stadium named in honor of Akhmed Kadyrov, who, then president of Chechnya, was killed in a bomb attack in 2004. Chechnyan rulers see it as a way of enticing the country’s growing passion for soccer and to change the image of the war-torn nation.