Book a Private Jet to Baku Airport
Private jets to Baku Airport allow for a maximum of comfort, flexibility, and efficiency. This booming economic metropolis on the Caspian Sea, with its thriving industry and its UNESCO World Heritage Site designated old city, is an excellent destination for both business travellers and tourists looking to broaden their cultural horizons.
History of Baku Airport
As early as 1933, there was an airfield with a passenger terminal in Baku. Over the ensuing decades, further terminals were added and Baku Airport’s original buildings were replaced by newer facilities. Terminal 2, which is now reserved for domestic flights, was built in 1989. Ten years later, the Azerbaijani government built an international terminal. In 2004, the airport, which had previously been named after the nearby village of Bina, was renamed Baku Heydar Aliyev Airport in honour of the late former president.
In 2010, Baku Airport’s operator decided to replace all of the Soviet era buildings with newer more modern designs. According to plans by Istanbul architect Autoban a modern building complex was created in 2014, whose curved glass constructions are regarded as an architectural marvel. With an area of 65,000 square metres spread over four floors, the new international terminal is designed for and equipped with a capacity of 6 million passengers per year. Additionally, the airport has two freight terminals, one of which was renovated and expanded in 2005. The two freight terminals provide excellent infrastructure for cargo flights in the region and bear witness to Baku’s long history as a hub of important trade routes between East and West. In December 2015, a new control tower with a modern radar system was added. In the same year, Skytrax, the British air industry consultancy firm, awarded four of a possible five stars to Baku Airport.
Baku Airport Location
Baku Airport is located about 25 kilometres from the centre of Baku. Two newly built highways make for quick travel to the city centre.
Distance from Baku Airport to:
- Baku Business Centre (Bakı Biznes Mərkəzi): approx. 25 kilometres by car
- Old Town (İçəri Şəhər): approx. 27 kilometres by car
- Palace of the Shirvanshahs: approx. 27 kilometres by car
- Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre: approx. 22 kilometres by car
- Baku National Stadium: approx. 18 kilometres by car
- Baku White City: approx. 26 kilometres by car
The Benefits of Private Jets to and from Baku
Baku Heydar Aliyev Airport is the largest of six airports in Azerbaijan and, in the Caucasus region, Baku Airport is the most important hub for air travel. The neighbouring countries of Russia, Iran, Turkey, Georgia, Armenia, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan are all within easy reach of Baku. Baku Airport is therefore also a popular destination and starting point for business trips. A business flight to Baku allows for flexible travel, independent of scheduled flights. Private jet passengers can benefit from an individual service and extra privacy. In addition, private passengers can use separate check-ins and security controls and do not have to endure long waiting times.
- Baku ✈ Aktau (UATE / SCO): approx. 57 minutes
- Baku ✈ Moscow Vnukovo (UUWW / VKO): approx. 2 hours 45 minutes
- Baku ✈ London Luton (EGGW / LTN): approx. 5 hours 12 minutes
- Baku ✈ Gabala (UBBQ / GBB): approx. 44 minutes
- Baku ✈ Atyrau (UATG / GUW): approx. 2 hours 24 minutes
A flight from Baku to the Kazakh port town of Aktau on the opposite side of the Caspian Sea takes an hour. The airport is located 26 kilometres outside the city centre. The capital of Russia can be reached in 2 hours and 45 minutes. The third-largest airport in the Russian capital, Moscow Vnukovo, is particularly well equipped for private air travel. A private jet from Baku to London Luton takes just over five hours. London Luton also offers several VIP lounges and an excellent VIP service.
The airport’s two runways are suitable for all types of aircraft:
|Length and width
|2,700 m x 60 m
|3,200 m x 51 m
Top Service on Charter Flights to and from Baku
Baku Airport meets the highest international standards in VIP service with its new international terminal. The dynamic forms and daring glass constructions of Terminal 1 have their own unique architectural appeal. The interior design of this spacious four-storey building is breathtaking and unlike any other airport in the region. The numerous seating areas made from natural materials create a welcoming atmosphere, symbolising the long tradition of Azerbaijani hospitality.
The VIP lounges were designed by architect Autoban. The business lounge is on the first floor on the left wing of the Terminal 1. Terminal 2 also has a VIP lounge on the first floor. This lounge offers first class European and Azerbaijani cuisine. In addition, there are several duty-free shops and luxury boutiques. Maximum privacy is provided by six individually designed rooms, a children's area and a recreation area for transit passengers.
The VIP Aviation Service staff will ensure a pleasant experience before your flight from Baku. This extensive service includes the following:
- VIP lounge
- Luggage transport
- Transfers to or from Baku Airport
- Assistance with check-in and passport control
Transfers to and from Baku Airport
The airport, 25 kilometres northeast of Baku, is connected to the city centre by two motorways. This guarantees a quick transfer to the city after a flight to Baku. The VIP Aviation Service also organises the transfer to the airport or to the city centre.
Book a Private Jet to Baku and Discover the Capital of Azerbaijan
As the capital of Azerbaijan, the seaside city of Baku, located on the Caspian Sea, is an important economic and commercial centre in the Caucasus region. Since the middle of the 19th century, oil has been extracted in Azerbaijan and the county is the third most populous oil export country in the world. Many oil companies, dealing in both oil extraction and exports, have a presence in Baku. The city’s port and the Baku-Tiflis-Ceyhan pipeline, built in 2006, play an extremely important role in the country’s oil industry and larger economy.
Modern office complexes line the coast of Baku. This includes, among others, the Baku Business Centre, which covers 4,664 square metres of conference and business space. With the Baku White City commercial project, the number of modern office buildings is steadily growing.
Many historic buildings, some dating back to the 12th century, testify to the city’s long history of international trade. Old palaces, fortresses, caravanserai and mosques characterise the appearance of the old town. The palace of the Shirvan Shah from the 15th century is especially worth seeing. A flight to Baku is also worthwhile for concerts and exhibitions in the Heydar-Aliyev Cultural Centre, designed by the architect Zaha Hadid.
- Airport code: UBBB / GYD
- Altitude: 3 m (10 ft) above MSL
- Passengers per year: 2,966,725 (2014)
- Aircraft types: all common aircraft and weight classes
- Runway operating hours: 24/7
- Runways: 2 (2,700 m, 3,200 m)
- Aktau Airport (Kazakhstan)
- Moscow Vnukovo Airport (Russia)
- London Luton Airport (UK)
- Gabala Airport (Azerbaijan)
- Atyrau Airport (Kazakhstan)
- Istanbul Atatürk Airport (Turkey)
- Esenboğa Airport (Turkey)
- Dubai Al Maktoum Airport (United Arab Emirates)
- Dubai Airport (United Arab Emirates)
- London Farnborough Airport (UK)
- Paris Le Bourget Airport (France)
- Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport (Turkey)
- Tiflis Airport (Georgia)
- Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport (Russia)
- Geneva Airport (Switzerland)