Charter Flights Between Miami and London
As one of the world’s largest and most significant cities, London continually draws millions of visitors from around the world every year. We continually get requests from clients wanting international jet charters between Miami and London for this very reason.Whether you’re travelling to ‘The City’ to enjoy it’s numerous cultural and historical attractions, or you have overseas business matters to attend to, you will require a private jet with transoceanic range capabilities. At Stratos Jets, we have access to a network of thousands of jets around the world, allowing you to select the aircraft that’s right for your journey.As a private aviation consumer, you have the freedom to choose your preferred:• Aircraft type • Departure and arrival points • Departure date and time
How Much Does It Cost to Rent a Private Jet from Miami to London?
As a transoceanic long-haul flight, a private jet charter from Miami to London is a considerable undertaking. It requires an aircraft with the range capabilities to cross the Atlantic Ocean nonstop, which precludes smaller, more economical options.Heavy jets are the preferred aircraft type for journeys of this distance and duration, the cost of which can range between $78,000 and $90,000, depending on the model chosen. While heavy jets are more costly to operate than smaller aircraft types, they feature far more spacious cabins and have better passenger and cargo capacities.Please review the table below to compare prices for charter flights between Miami and London.
|Aircraft Type||Small Jet||Medium Jet||Heavy Jet||Turbo Prop|
|Estimated Price||-||-||$81,797 - $90,408||-|
|Flight Duration||-||-||9.10 hrs||-|
How Long Does a Private Jet Between London and Miami Take?
A charter flight from London to Miami will take roughly nine hours to complete. Of course, this can vary depending on the aircraft chosen.State-of-the-art heavy jets such as the Gulfstream G650 boast significantly higher cruise speeds compared to the average class competitor. Choosing a model such as this could reduce your total flight time by as much as an hour.Fortunately, heavy jets are designed with comfort in mind. If you opt for a more economical option that doesn’t possess a record-setting cruise speed, you’re still going to be travelling in sublime comfort.For a comparison of flight times between aircraft types, see the chart below.
|Aircraft Type||Distance in ML||Distance in KM||Duration|
|Heavy Jet||4417||7107||9.10 hr|
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Private jet airports near Miami and Heathrow
Miami Area Airports
When it comes to flying into and out of Miami, travellers have several options:
Heathrow Area Airports
While many European centers don’t have the same level of airport infrastructure that we enjoy here in the United States, London is an exception. In addition to a pair of major international hubs (Heathrow and Gatwitck), the city is served by several secondary airports that provide ideal access for private jet charters.The preferred options are London Luton Airport (EGGW), just north of the city, and London City Airport (LCY), which is located just east of the city, near Canary Wharf. Aircraft and crews landing at the latter airport require special steep-approach certification.