Dijon Private Jet Charter Service
When traveling to or from Dijon, France, why not utilize the #1 private jet charter solution available in the marketplace today? Paramount Business Jets proudly specializes in domestic and international executive flight services to Dijon providing the most flexibility, service, and attention to detail. Fortunately, Dijon has no less than six individual airports to pick and choose from within a comfortable 50 mile radius, allowing you to select the travel hub located most optimally close in proximity to your final destination. The closest of these options to Dijon are the Longvic Airport (DIJ), Challanges Airport (XBV), and Tavaux Airport (DLE), which are all within just 27 miles from the city itself. Although you will have the opportunity to select any of our expansive selection of over 15,000 modern business jets, the most frequently chosen models in the Dijon area include the Piaggio Avanti II (turboprops), the Citation CJ3 and Premier I (light jets), the Hawker 900 XP, Citation III, and Learjet 60XR (midsize jets), and the Falcon 2000, Challenger 601, and Legacy 600 (large jets). For additional assistance, please feel free to contact one of our private aviation specialists today at +1-877-727-2538.
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Dijon Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Dijon Airports within 50 Miles
- Longvic Airport, LFSD, DIJ, Dijon, France
- Challanges Airport, LFGF, XBV, Beaune, France
- Tavaux Airport, LFGJ, DLE, Dole, France
- Champforgeuil Airport, LFLH, XCD, Chalon, France
- Bellevue Airport, LFQF, Autun, France
- La Veze Airport, LFQM, Besancon, France
- Semoutiers Airport, LFJA, Chaumont, France
- Frotey Airport, LFQW, XVO, Vesoul, France
- Damblain Airport, LFYD, Damblain, France
- Pontarlier Airport, LFSP, Pontarlier, France
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Dijon City Overview
Dijon is an industrial city and regional capital, located in the centre of the Cote d'Or department, in eastern France. The former capital of the Dukes of Burgundy, Dijon was one of the greatest centers of art, learning and science in Europe during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Dijon, known mostly for its mustard, is one of the most appealing small cities in France. The historic center of Dijon has many preserved medieval streets, glazed rooftops, half-timbered houses, private mansions of the 17th and 18th centuries, in addition to the Dijon Cathedral and the Palace of the Dukes and Estates of Burgundy. Today, Dijon remains culturally rich and offers many cultural activities, including a wealth of museums and annual festivals. Dijon is the host of an international flower show called Florissimo, which takes place every three years. Dijon, home to excellent wines and delicious cuisine, attracts visitors from all over the world especially from Europe. Dijon is located 312km (194 miles) southeast of Lyon and 320km (199 miles) northeast of Paris.