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How To Charter A Private Jet In Hong Kong

Because sometimes, first-class just doesn't cut it. Here are five companies you can use to hire a private jet in Hong Kong


Best for: Rich history in the local aviation industry

As part of the Kadoorie Group and a sister company of The Peninsula Hotel Group, Metrojet has been synonymous with legendary luxury and service ever since its establishment in 1995.

This reputed business jet operator boasts a professional team to deliver premium inflight butler services—from preparing all of the necessary permits, to offering an array of five-star in-flight delicacies. Whether it’s for business or leisure, Metrojet’s private jet charter services are designed to allow you and your loved ones to travel in absolute comfort and privacy.


Best for: Staying connected to your business

VistaJet gets a worthwhile mention for providing five-star global aircraft services, and it’s not difficult to see why: not many companies are dedicated to offering efficient flights over 180 countries worldwide, from Europe to Oceania and the Asia Pacific.

Known for its solid experience in arranging flights for heads of state, corporate leaders and other VIPs, VistaJet takes pride in owning the largest privately owned Bombardier business aircraft fleet with over 70 large-cabin, long-range Global and Challenger jets.

Each jet showcases sophisticated and spacious cabin interiors, with oh-so-comfortable reclining leather seats. For busy executives who need to catch up with work while in the air, rest assured the VistaJet team are extremely vigilant in ensuring their jets are kitted out with all you need to stay connected to your business.

May Jets

Best for: Five-star in-flight dining

May Jets offers next-level luxury service, with a trusted flight operations team that provides 24/7 support with everything from live weather updates to seamless changes to your itinerary.

It has private terminals, VIP escort services for commercial flight transfers and bespoke in-flight fine dining experiences, where guests can indulge in complimentary champagne, fine wines and cocktails—as well as a tailor-made menu crafted by executive chefs from renowned hotels and restaurants such as Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental and Din Tai Fung.

May Jets offers various private jet sizes to choose from to accommodate groups of all sizes, from 6-16 passengers. Oh, did we mention that there’s also a VIP Airliner in May Jets' fleet, which decked out with deluxe modern interiors and can serve up to 28 guests?

Paramount Business Jets

Best for: A fleet of the finest jets

If you’re a frequent flyer with discerning taste, chances are you’ll be pleased by Paramount Business Jets’ comprehensive aircraft selection, which guarantees high safety standards and first-class services to suit a variety of bespoke needs. This company not only offers more than 33 high-end private jets for guests to opt for when planning their trips to and from Hong Kong, but also strives to tailor every detail of your flight. Whether it's customising in-flight entertainment, preparing gourmet dining options or delivering VIP ground transport and concierge services, they've got you covered.

Sino Jet

Best for: A discreet one-stop travel service

Operating for more than eight years with bases in Hong Kong and other leading cities in China such as Beijing and Shanghai, it’s not just the efficient route planning for trips to and within the Mainland that makes Sino Jet remarkable—it also runs the “air-land integrated” service concept for a truly personalised and luxurious flying experience.

Apart from serving passengers with fine food and wine by five-star hotels, Sino Jet has a team of professional ground butlers to help arrange guests’ hotel and restaurant reservations, travel plans and luggage transportation.

One notable aircraft category for top-tier travellers to charter is their VVIP Airlines. This aircraft seats 25 to 50 passengers, and includes cabins with proper washrooms and showers, conference and dining areas, and even master bedrooms.

Courtesy : Hong Kong Tatler

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