Champions League final at Wembley Stadium between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.

As one of the most watched annual sporting events in the world, over 250 million fans will be tuning in to their televisions, while you could be there in the Principality Stadium (formerly Millennium Stadium) in Cardiff, watching as the best two teams in Europe battle it out for the coveted trophy in all of football: the European Champion  Cup.

Last years winners Real Madrid will be looking to retain the trophy which has eluded even the greatest teams in Europe, so it will be a great achievement if they can do it. With stellar names in their team such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Wales own footballing hero Gareth Bale, they stand a good chance of doing this.

However they will have to contend with other great teams such as their rivals Barcelona, Athletico Madrid and Bayern Munich who are all recent past winners of the trophy. It promises to be another exciting final, whoever makes it.

A symbol of football excellence for decades, only a handful of clubs have won more than once and with 32 teams qualifying for the tournament, the world will be eagerly waiting to see which team will walk away with this elusive trophy.

Falcona Director, Adie Mike

I was fortunate to attend the Champions League final at Wembley in 2013. It was a fantastic occasion and the atmosphere was electric before during and after the game. I would definitely recommend attending this final for an amazing footballing experience.



  1. Choose your own schedule
  2. Arrive just 15 minutes prior to departure
  3. No long queues, delays or cancellations
  4. Same day return no need to stay over
  5. Chauffeur to and from the airport to the stadium



Falcona have a large selection of the best available aircraft for private jet charter. All the aircraft are registered, from 4 passenger aircraft such as the Phenom 100 to the ultra long range private jets such as a Gulfstream G550 for transcontinental flights. We select only the best aircraft to suit your needs. Our team specialise in these types of aircraft, making choosing one a fairly simple task. The choice is yours.

Your aircraft can be ready for your use within hours of your call. We will help plan and implement all aspects of your charter including special catering, ground transport and other unique aspects of your request.

It’s imperative that you book your flight soon as possible in order to secure the best aircraft and your airport slot otherwise you may have to fly to an airport further away due to the high demand.


The Challenger 850 private jet; a favourite for many of our clients due to its wide spacious cabin, with seating for up to 13 people.




In need of a private aircraft charter to Cardiff, United Kingdom? For private jet users who want to fly to and from Cardiff, there is a decent selection of airports that you can use. Here is a list of the recommended ones:

  • Cardiff Airport (CWL)Located approximately 12 miles west of Cardiff’s city centre, this is an international airport that serves up to a million passengers per year. The airport currently offers international scheduled flights, supports general and corporate aviation, and is also served by charter and business carriers. 
  • Bristol Airport (BRS)Located less than nine miles southwest of Bristol city centre, it ranks as the ninth busiest airport in the UK. The airport features a single asphalt runway that is designated in the 09/27 direction. The airport also serves as a general aviation centre which handles light GA aircraft and provides engineering services for a fleet of business jets.
  • Gloucestershire Airport (GLO)Located approximately four miles west of Cheltenham, the airport is also Gloucestershire’s largest general aviation airfield. Hence, private charter flights are a regular occurrence here. 
  • Exeter International Airport (EXT)Located less than five miles east of the city of Exeter, the airport offers both holiday charter and scheduled flights. The airport accommodates turboprop aircraft that are mainly used for private or charter hires. 
  • Birmingham Airport (BHX)Located less than seven miles east southeast of Birmingham’s city centre, the international airport offers both international and domestic flights. It also holds a CAA Public Use Aerodrome License. 
  • Southampton Airport (SOU)Located approximately four miles north northeast of Southampton, the airport is operated and owned by AGS Airports. 
  • Bournemouth Airport (BOH)Located less than five miles north northeast of Bournemouth, the airport is open for private use. The airport has excellent facilities that help maintain a thriving general aviation community. 
  • Swansea Airport (SWS)Located less than six miles west southwest of Swansea, the airport is open for public use. With a CAA Ordinary License, passenger flights are allowed. However, the airport is not open for night use. The airport handles mostly small private aircraft and light helicopters. It has a concrete runway (04/22) and an asphalt runway (10/28).


Cardiff Airport, Cardiff Airport, The White Building, Southside, Vale Of Glamorgan, Wales, CF62 3EQ

FBOSignature Flight Support – Cardiff Airport is located just 35 minutes by road from the bustling city of Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. With Cardiff Castle, the Millennium Stadium, and Cardiff International Arena in the city centre, 

Cardiff Heliport – Situated in Cardiff Bay, a 5 minute drive from the heart of the city itself, flight time from London Battersea is approximately 55 minutes on a twin-engine AS335 Twin Squirrel helicopter.


The Millennium Stadium is the national stadium of Wales and the third largest stadium in Britain. The stadium was built to host the final at the 1999 Rugby World Cup and replaced Wales’ previous national stadium, the Cardiff Arms Park, which by that time had gotten severely outdated and lacked the facilities to stage such final.

Construction of the Millennium Stadium began in 1997 and was completed in 1999 at a total cost of £114 million. The first match played at the stadium was a rugby friendly between Wales and South Africa. The first football match was a friendly between the Welsh and Finnish national teams in March 2000.

During the reconstruction of Wembley Stadium, the Millennium Stadium hosted the FA Cup and League Cup finals as well as the FA Community Shield. In its first decade, the stadium was the standard playing venue of the Welsh national team, however with declining attendances and smaller modern alternatives available in the Liberty Stadium andCardiff City Stadium, the Welsh team played most of its Euro 2012 qualifying matches at one of these smaller stadiums. The stadium has a fully retractable roof, which can be opened in 20 minutes and is being held up by four 90-metre high masts.

Address: Millennium Stadium, Westgate Street, Cardiff, CF10 1NS

Credit: Stadium Guide


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