Book Your Charter Flight to Strasbourg: a City in the Heart of Europe
There are various reasons to charter a flight to Strasbourg: the beautiful, historic city centre and the delight of traditional Alsatian cuisine being just two to start. Many people also travel on business to the important EU institutions such as the European Council, the European Parliament or the European Court of Human Rights located in Strasbourg. Whatever your reason for visiting, enjoy ultimate comfort with private jet flights to Strasbourg.
The History of Strasbourg Airport
Historically, Alsace has been passed between both Germany and France, affecting the history of air traffic in Strasbourg. In 1913, the German Empire built a small airfield there, which was used during the First World War for military purposes. After the war ended and Strasbourg was handed over to the French, the airport housed a flying school and civilian planes began landing there.
The airport in Entzheim near Strasbourg was finally put into operation in 1935, but the looming Second World War ensured that this airfield was also used as a base by the German Air Force. It wasn’t until the 1950s that civilian planes once again began to land there. In 1963 Strasbourg Airport received the title of "International Airport" and the number of passengers rose dramatically.
In the 1990s, the airport area was enlarged and numerous buildings were newly erected, expanded and modernised. In 2017, a comprehensive capacity expansion was achieved by the construction of a new hangar and the modernisation of the reception building for those travelling on business. If you are travelling by private jet to or from Strasbourg, you will not only get to experience its eventful history, but also the airport’s current state-of-the-art amenities.
Location of Strasbourg Airport
Distances from Strasbourg Airport to:
- Strasbourg city centre: approx. 8 kilometres by car
- European Parliament: approx. 12 kilometres by car
- Colmar: approx. 40 kilometres by car
It makes no difference whether you have charted an aeroplane to attend a business meeting in Strasbourg or you want to experience the city and the surrounding area of Alsace privately: using one of the numerous limousine services available at the airport, ensures you can enjoy safe, quick, and stylish travel upon arrival.
On a Business Flight to Strasbourg – Into the "Capital of Europe"
Strasbourg sits on the course of the rivers Ill and Rhein and is, next to Brussels, the centre of European politics and cooperation. In addition to the EU Parliament, the European Council, various commissions, a wide range of promotion funds and the European Court of Human Rights, the German-French TV channel Arte has its headquarters here. The European Quarter where all major institutions of the European Union are, can be comfortably reached by car from Strasbourg Airport in less than 25 minutes.
Even if you do not have a business meeting in the European Quarter, for anyone interested in politics it is still worth visiting the facilities and imposing buildings there. The old town of Strasbourg also has a lot to offer with the cathedral Notre-Dame de Strasbourg, the imposing timbered houses, the winding alleyways and the picturesque canals. If you are interested in buying stylish clothing, you shouldn’t miss the Rue de la Haute Montée and the Rue de la Mésange. Here you will find the shops that stock French and international luxury fashion brands.
Leave Strasbourg behind and head in the direction of the picturesque town of Colmar, where you have the opportunity to travel along the Alsace Wine Route. Here, there are excellent white wines awaiting you along with traditional French cooking, which blends many influences of Baden cuisine with aspects of Haute Cuisine. So, whether you are on a business trip or on a private holiday in Alsace, a charter flight to Strasbourg is the ideal starting point for both and provides connections to the following destinations:
- Strasbourg ✈ Paris Le Bourget (LFPB / LBG): approx. 1 hour
- Strasbourg ✈ Luxembourg (ELLX / LUX): approx. 40 minutes
- Strasbourg ✈ Lyon Bron (LFLY / LYN): approx. 1 hour
- Strasbourg ✈ Geneva (LSGG / GVA): approx. 50 minutes
- Strasbourg ✈ Lille (LFQQ / LIL): approx. 1 hour
Strasbourg Airport is well placed for connections to numerous French and European cities thanks to its central location between West and Central Europe. The French cities of Paris, Lyon and Lille can all be reached in an hour with a business flight from Strasbourg. Flights from Strasbourg to Luxembourg last 40 minutes, and to Geneva it takes around 50 minutes flight time.
Strasbourg Airport’s Special Features
Whether you are chartering a flight to arrive or depart from Strasbourg, the airport offers you numerous amenities. Private offices are available, in particular for those travelling on business, and can be rented out on an hourly or daily basis. In addition, the airport has two meeting rooms and a conference room, which fit up to 200 people.
In addition you can access a VIP service, whereby a member of staff can escort you to the VIP lounge, assist you through passport and security control, and help you find your gate or the right aircraft.
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You can book your charter flight to or from Strasbourg easily, securely and discretely online with JetApp. You only have to enter your desired date and the destination and our experts will take care of the rest. Of course, you can have absolute certainty that your wishes and expectations will always be individually and professionally handled.
- Airport code: LFST / SXB
- Altitude: 154 m (505 ft) above MSL
- Surface area: 270 ha
- Passengers per year: approx. 1,100,000
- Aircraft movements per year: approx. 34,000
- Aircraft types: all common aircraft types and weight classes
- Runway operating hours: 5:15am to 11pm (weekdays), Sat 5:15am to 10:30pm, Sun 6am to 10:30pm
- Runways: 1 (2,400 m)
- Paris Le Bourget Airport (France)
- Luxembourg Airport (Luxembourg)
- Lyon-Bron Airport (France)
- Geneva Airport (Switzerland)
- Lille Airport (France)
- Schwäbisch Hall-Adolf Würth Airport (Germany)
- Paris Villacoublay Airport (France)
- Paris Toussus-le-Noble Airport (France)
- Rennes Airport (France)
- Brussels Airport (Belgium)
- Toulouse Airport (France)
- Zurich Airport (Switzerland)
- Nantes Airport (France)
- Marseilles Airport (France)
- Bordeaux Airport (France)