Kolkata Private Jet Charter Service
With access to the world’s largest network of preferred operators, Paramount Business Jets offers you a luxurious jet charter travel experience to and from Kolkata, India. The city has its own airport, Chandra Bose International Airport (CCU), located 8 miles (13 km) south of the downtown area of Kolkata. Other nearby convenient airports include the Barrackpore Airport (VE31), located 14 miles (23 km) south of the city center of Kolkata, and the Jessore Airport (JSR), located 66 miles (106 km) southeast of the city center of Kolkata. Whether you are flying domestically or internationally, Paramount Business Jets offers you numerous aircraft charter options ranging from economical turbo props and helicopters, light jets and midsize jets, to large, ultra-long range jets and luxurious VIP airliners. Additionally, we can arrange a charter flight for a large group of passengers should your travel needs require one. At Paramount Business Jets we are dedicated to providing you with the most reliable and convenient private jet and charter solution in the industry at very competitive rates. Please give us a call at 1-877-727-2538, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out our online, customized jet charter quote and we will get back to you shortly.
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Private Jets and Helicopters Available for Hire Near Kolkata
Kolkata Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
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Kolkata City Overview
Kolkata is the capital of the state of West Bengal in eastern India on the Hooghly River near the Bay of Bengal. Kolkata is sometimes still known in the Western world by its former name of Calcutta. Kolkata was once the capital of British India before it was moved to Delhi in 1912. One of the top metropolitan cities in India, Kolkata is the major financial, commercial, industrial center of eastern India. In addition to being a major riverport in eastern India, Kolkata is home to India's second biggest stock exchange, the Calcutta Stock Exchange. Kolkata is considered one of the main educational centers in India, being home to the universities of Calcutta, Jadavpur, and Rabindra Bharati. Due to the rich culture and history with unique blend of conventional and modern lifestyle, Kolkata has long been a popular travel destination in India. Kolkata is often referred to as the "Cultural Capital of India", the "City of Joy", the "City of Palaces" or the "City of Processions". As the cultural capital of the north eastern India, Kolkata possesses a large number of cultural attractions, historic sights, vibrant arts scene and various cultural events and festivals. Popular tourist attractions in Kolkata include the Indian Museum, Victoria Memorial, Eden Gardens, Birla Planetarium, Howrah Bridge, Botanical Garden, St. Paul's Cathedral, Marble Palace and Tagore House. There are also the Gorumara National Park and the Sundarbans National Park that are worth visiting. Kolkata's rich architectural heritage, cultural diversity and vibrant atmosphere, make it an enjoyable destination for both domestic and international business travelers as well as sightseeing tourists.