02 Nov Explore Frankfurt
Hire a private jet to Frankfurt, Germany with Falcona for your next business or leisure flight. Explore the richness of the region, starting with its historical city centre, opera house and museums. It’s also a popular wine region for those who like the odd tipple. Frankfurt’s skyline is truly unique.
From the Main Tower’s rooftop observation platform, situated some 200 metres above the city streets, one has a spectacular view of the surrounding region. Nearby, in the historical old town, Römer City Hall, the Frankfurt Cathedral and St Paul’s Church are all must-sees.
Frankfurt is one of the leading cultural locations in both Germany and Europe. The wide variety of culture and the arts on show on both sides of the River Main attracts visitors from far and wide. Thanks to this diversity, the museum embankment has gained a superb reputation all across the globe.
AIRPORT / FBO
Relax and enjoy free beverages, WiFi and TV in the cozy chairs of our lounges. They have been equipped to make your waiting time fly by.
You can look forward to warm, professional service from the most knowledgeable team in the industry.
The FBOs are located either right at the General Aviation Terminal and are therefore very easy to find or in the security area from where you can see your aircraft through the lounge window.
It’s one of the busiest airports in Germany and is just a few miles from the centre.
With the additional recent modifications, it’s also very modern with many facilities and services available to private jet passengers
We recommend aircraft such as the Bombardier Learjet 75 or Cessna Citation XLS super light jet from the UK for business trips. For leisure travellers aircraft such as the spacious Embraer Legacy 650 is perfect for large groups flying to Frankfurt.
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Please note: Prices shown are estimated prices for charter of whole aircraft – alternative routes, aircraft and airports are also available upon request. This estimated price is subject to availability, slots, traffic rights and schedule.GET QUOTE