Beijing Jet Charter

Private Flights to Beijing, China

Welcome to the premier source for on-demand private jet charter service to/from Beijing. We’re confident we can arrange the right aircraft for your trip with access to thousands of private aircraft around the world, whether flying internationally or domestically.

Beijing jet charters

Our Beijing Jet Charter company has experience working with a wide variety of clientele, so we really know how to stand out from the competition. Our boutique jet charter brokerage operates at the most stringent standards of safety and service in the jet charter industry, and we’re available 24/7 so that you can take advantage – no matter where you are in the world.

With our transparent and hassle-free booking process, you’ll be happy to find exactly what you’re expecting come the day of your private flight. We can arrange everything from gourmet catering to luxury ground transportation and a wide variety of special requests. Let us be your one-stop shop for all Beijing private jet charter needs. Request a quote now, or give our team a call to book your luxury private flight.

Airports in Beijing for Private Charter Flights

When flying private jet charter Beijing, you can arrive or depart using one of two main airports near Beijing. Words.

(ZBAA, PEK) Beijing Capital International Airport, Beijing – China

Beijing Capital International Airport (IATA: PEK, ICAO: ZBAA) is the main international airport serving Beijing. It is located 32 km (20 mi) northeast of Beijing’s city center, in an enclave of Chaoyang District and the surroundings of that enclave in suburban Shunyi District. The airport’s IATA Airport code, PEK, is based on the city’s former romanized name, Peking.

Beijing Capital added Terminal 3 in 2008 in time for the 2008 Summer Olympics, the second largest airport terminal in the world after Dubai International Airport’s Terminal 3, and the sixth largest building in the world by area. Beijing Capital International Airport covers 1480 hectares of land.

Beijing Capital has rapidly ascended in rankings of the world’s busiest airports in the past decade. It had become the busiest airport in Asia in terms of passenger traffic and total traffic movements by 2009. It has been the world’s second busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic since 2010. However, there have been increasing complains from foreigners about the quality of the airport. The airport registered 557,167 aircraft movements (take-offs and landings), ranking 6th in the world in 2012.[3] In terms of cargo traffic, Beijing airport has also witnessed rapid growth. By 2012, the airport had become the 13th busiest airport in the world by cargo traffic, registering 1,787,027 tons.

Runway: 12,500 Feet
FBO: CJET/Million Air | Jetex Flight Support
Customs: Yes; Tel: +86 10 6454 1100

(ZBNY, NAY) Beijing Nanyuan Airport, Beijing – China

Beijing Nanyuan Airport (IATA: NAY, ICAO: ZBNY) is a military airbase that also serves as the secondary airport of Beijing. Located in Fengtai District, 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) south of the Fourth Ring Road and 13 km (8.1 mi) from Tiananmen Square, Nanyuan Airport was first opened in 1910, making it the oldest airport in China. It is the main hub of China United Airlines. Nanyuan Airport will be closed once the new Beijing Daxing International Airport is completed, estimated to be on 1 October 2019.

Runway: 10,499 Feet
Customs: No

Beijing Daxing International Airport
(Under construction – expected to open October 2019)

Runway: 12,467 feet
Customs: Yes

Beijing Daxing International Airport will be a new international airport serving Beijing and surrounding area. The name of the future airport has not been made official yet.When fully complete it will be the world’s largest international airport with 4 runways, 268 parking bays and a 700,000 square meter terminal area. It is also expected the busiest in terms of passenger traffic at full capacity, accommodating 620,000 flights per year.

The airport is expected to be open on 1 October 2019. The airport is to be built in Daxing District and parts of Guangyang District in Langfang, Hebei, located 46 km (29 mi) south of city center. The airport will be located on the southern part of Daxing along the border with Hebei province.

The new airport is expected to serve Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei. The airport will cover an area of 2,680 hectares (6,600 acres). All flights from Beijing Nanyuan Airport, which is currently only used by China United Airlines, will be transferred to Daxing.

(ZBTJ, TSN) Tianjin Binhai International Airport – Tianjin, China

Tianjin Binhai International Airport (IATA: TSN, ICAO: ZBTJ) is an airport located in Dongli District, Tianjin. It is one of the major air cargo centers in the People’s Republic of China. It is the hub airport for Tianjin Airlines, established in 2004, and privately owned Okay Airways, as well as a focus city for Air China. In 2017, Tianjin Binhai International Airport handled 21,005,001 passengers, a growth of 24.5% over 2016, making it the 19th busiest airport in China. The airport is also the site of the Airbus A320 final assembly line which started operations in 2008, and Airbus A330 Completion and Delivery Center set to complete in End of 2017.

Runway: 11,811 feet
FBO: Tianjin Binhai International Airport
Customs: Yes; Tel: +86 22 2490 6363

Private Planes for Beijing Air Charters

We have access to thousands of aircraft on every continent, and we only work with the best. In order to meet our standards, aircraft must be operated under FAR Part 135 (or foreign equivalent) standards, and the pilots must have experience with the specific type of aircraft that they’re piloting.

Charter planes in Beijing, China

Our brokers will present aircraft options that meet your needs, and have been properly vetted. This includes reviewing third party safety records to ensure every plane and pilot meets our requirements for private jet charter flights to Beijing. Our ever-expanding list of distinguished Beijing jet charter clients has ranged from royalty, heads of states and top-tier executives, to celebrities, leisure travelers, and executive assistants from every corner of the globe.

Fly within mainland China and Southeast Asia in midsize jets like a Hawker, Citation, or LearJet. Rent a heavy jet like the Gulfstream G4, Challenger 600 series, or Legacy 600/650. Travel overseas in a long range jet like a Gulfstream G5 or G6, a Global 7000/8000, or a Falcon 7X. We even offer access to VIP airliners for executive and large group charters. Private Jets China is the most flexible, luxurious way to fly private in Beijing, China.

Midsize | Super Midsize Jets

  • Citation Excel / XLS
  • Citation Sovereign
  • Citation X (10)
  • Challenger 300 / 350
  • Falcon 50 / 50EX
  • Gulfstream G150
  • Gulfstream G200 / G280
  • Hawker 700
  • Hawker 800 / 800A / 800XP / 850XPi
  • Hawker 900 / 900XP
  • Hawker 1000 / 4000
  • Lear 55
  • Lear 60 / 60XR
  • Legacy 450 / 500

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Large | Heavy Jets

  • Challenger 601
  • Challenger 604 / 605
  • Challenger 650
  • Challenger 850
  • Embraer Lineage 1000
  • Falcon 900 / LX
  • Falcon 2000 / EX / LX / LXS
  • Falcon 2000S
  • Global 5000
  • Gulfstream G450
  • Gulfstream GIV / G4
  • Gulfstream GIV-SP / G4 SP
  • Legacy 600
  • Legacy 650

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Long Range Jets

  • Falcon 7X
  • Falcon 8X
  • Global Express / XRS
  • Global 6000
  • Global 7000
  • Global 8000
  • Gulfstream GV / G5
  • Gulfstream GV-SP
  • Gulfstream G550
  • Gulfstream G600
  • Gulfstream G650 / ER

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VIP Airliners

  • Airbus ACJ-318 Elite Corporate Jet
  • Airbus ACJ-319 VIP
  • Airbus ACJ-320 VIP
  • Airbus ACJ-321 VIP
  • Boeing Business Jet BBJ / BBJ2 / BBJ3
  • Boeing B-727 VIP
  • Boeing B-737 VIP
  • Boeing B-747 VIP
  • Boeing B-757 VIP
  • Boeing B-787 Dreamliner VIP
  • Bombardier CRJ-200

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Visit Beijing (北京) | Private Jet to Beijing Capital (ZBAA, PEK)

Beijing (北京) is the capital of the most populous country in the world, the People’s Republic of China. With a population of 21.5 million people, it is the nation’s second-largest city after Shanghai. 


It was also the seat of the Ming and Qing dynasty emperors until the formation of a republic in 1911. Beijing is the political, educational and cultural centre of the country and as such it is rich in historical sites and important government and cultural institutions.

Climate in Beijing

Beijing is home to a humid continental climate, influenced by its surrounding geography. Summers are by hot and humid due to the East Asian monsoon, while winters are cold and windy, reflecting the influence of the northern Siberian anticyclone.

Spring makes a great time for a charter flight, however, there is a chance for sandstorms. Sand from the Gobi Desert blow across the Mongolian steppe, bringing warm, dry conditions. Fall is similar to Spring, with a season of transition and light precipitation.

Temperatures in Beijing hover around 25 °F (−3.7 °C) in January is, while reaching 79.2 °F (26.2 °C) in July. Average precipitation totals nearly 24″ annually, with close to three-quarters of total rainfall occurring between June and August. Monthly sunshine percentages range between 50% during summer and 65% during winter, receiving nearly 2,700 hours of sunshine every year.

Things to do in Beijing

At the historical heart of Beijing lies the Forbidden City, the enormous palace compound that was the home of the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties; the Forbidden City hosts the Palace Museum, which contains imperial collections of Chinese art.

Surrounding the Forbidden City are several former imperial gardens, parks and scenic areas, notably Beihai, Shichahai, Zhongnanhai, Jingshan and Zhongshan. These places, particularly Beihai Park, are described as masterpieces of Chinese gardening art, and are popular tourist destinations with tremendous historical importance; in the modern era, Zhongnanhai has also been the political heart of various Chinese governments and regimes and is now the headquarters of the Communist Party of China and the State Council.

From Tiananmen Square, right across from the Forbidden City, there are several notable sites, such as the Tiananmen, Qianmen, the Great Hall of the People, the National Museum of China, the Monument to the People’s Heroes, and the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong.

The Summer Palace and the Old Summer Palace both lie at the western part of the city; the former, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, contains a comprehensive collection of imperial gardens and palaces that served as the summer retreats for the Qing imperial family.

Among the best known religious sites in the city is the Temple of Heaven (Tiantan), located in southeastern Beijing, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties made visits for annual ceremonies of prayers to Heaven for good harvest.

In the north of the city is the Temple of Earth (Ditan), while the Temple of the Sun (Ritan) and the Temple of the Moon (Yuetan) lie in the eastern and western urban areas respectively.

Other well-known temple sites include the Dongyue Temple, Tanzhe Temple, Miaoying Temple, White Cloud Temple, Yonghe Temple, Fayuan Temple, Wanshou Temple and Big Bell Temple.

The city also has its own Confucius Temple, and a Guozijian or Imperial Academy. The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, built in 1605, is the oldest Catholic church in Beijing.

The Niujie Mosque is the oldest mosque in Beijing, with a history stretching back over a thousand years.

Beijing contains several well-preserved pagodas and stone pagodas, such as the towering Pagoda of Tianning Temple, which was built during the Liao dynasty from 1100 to 1120, and the Pagoda of Cishou Temple, which was built in 1576 during the Ming dynasty.

Historically noteworthy stone bridges include the 12th-century Lugou Bridge, the 17th-century Baliqiao bridge, and the 18th-century Jade Belt Bridge. The Beijing Ancient Observatory displays pre-telescopic spheres dating back to the Ming and Qing dynasties.

The Fragrant Hills (Xiangshan) is a popular scenic public park that consists of natural landscaped areas as well as traditional and cultural relics.

The Beijing Botanical Garden exhibits over 6,000 species of plants, including a variety of trees, bushes and flowers, and an extensive peony garden.

The Taoranting, Longtan, Chaoyang, Haidian, Milu Yuan and Zizhu Yuan parks are some of the notable recreational parks in the city. The Beijing Zoo is a center of zoological research that also contains rare animals from various continents, including the Chinese giant panda.

There are 144 museums and galleries (as of June 2008) in the city.

In addition to the Palace Museum in the Forbidden City and the National Museum of China, other major museums include the National Art Museum of China, the Capital Museum, the Beijing Art Museum, the Military Museum of the Chinese People’s Revolution, the Geological Museum of China, the Beijing Museum of Natural History and the Paleozoological Museum of China.

Located at the outskirts of urban Beijing, but within its municipality are the Thirteen Tombs of the Ming dynasty, the lavish and elaborate burial sites of thirteen Ming emperors, which have been designated as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Imperial Tombs of the Ming and Qing Dynasties.

The archaeological Peking Man site at Zhoukoudian is another World Heritage Site within the municipality, containing a wealth of discoveries, among them one of the first specimens of Homo erectus and an assemblage of bones of the gigantic hyena Pachycrocuta brevirostris. There are several sections of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Great Wall of China, most notably Badaling, Jinshanling, Simatai and Mutianyu.

Luxury Hotels in Beijing

Accommodation aplenty exists in the CBD, various embassy areas, universities and business parks. A few hotels are also located very close to the airport (essentially in one of the airport parking lots).

There are a large number of three and four star mid-range hotels throughout the city and in all districts. The listed rates for these kind of hotels are often in the range of ¥500-1,000 but you can often get a discount of around 50%.

Some ‘expensive’ hotels are in the city centre, especially in Dongcheng District and on the eastern 3rd Ring Road in Chaoyang District, however by some Western standards these hotels may be viewed as a bargain. In the outlying areas, especially out by the Great Wall, are some country club type resorts as well as some unique, one-of-a-kind, hotels. For the most expensive hotels, the listed rates start at around ¥4,000, but are often discounted to a level around ¥1,500.

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Airports near Beijing

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