How much does a private jet charter from Prague to Bratislava cost?

Due to the short duration of the flight, we recommend a turbo-prop plane such as the eight-seat Beechcraft King Air 250 for about $3,800 to $4,200 between Prague and Bratislava. However, Stratos Jet Charters offers a wide variety of aircraft for this flight path. A light jet like the Premier 1A seats six and runs anywhere from about $7,000 to $8,000, while a mid-size Embraer Legacy 450 runs from $10,000 to $12,000. And, for the traveler looking for the best private aviation has to offer, the heavy Gulfstream G450 that seats 14 completes the journey for an estimated $17,500 to $20,000.

Ruzyne - M R Stefanik
Aircraft Type Small Jet Medium Jet Heavy Jet Turbo Prop
Estimated Price $7,562 - $8,358 $10,812 - $11,950 $18,646 - $20,609 $4,078 - $4,507
Fuel Stop - - - -
Flight Duration 1.65 hrs 1.65 hrs 1.65 hrs 1.65 hrs

How long does a private flight between Prague and Bratislava take?

A private jet will complete the flight from Prague to Bratislava in about ninety minutes. While that time is comparable to that of a direct commercial flight, those direct commercial journeys from Prague to Bratislava are few and far between. However, the true time-saving element of private aviation comes into play before you board your aircraft. With a commercial flight, travelers spend hours in queues to check-in, clear security, and finally board their plane. When flying private through Stratos Jet Charters, all you must do is a quick check-in at the FBO upon your arrival at the airport. As soon as you and your luggage are safe aboard the aircraft of your choosing, your journey begins.

Aircraft Type Distance in ML Distance in KM Duration
Small Jet 189 304 1.65 hr
Medium Jet 189 304 1.65 hr
Heavy Jet 189 304 1.65 hr

Recommended private jets for your trip from Ruzyne to M R Stefanik

Private jet airports near Ruzyne and M R Stefanik

Ruzyne Area Airports

When soaring out of the Czech Republic via Prague, your private jet will be awaiting your arrival at Václav Havel Airport. Named after the country’s first president, Václav Havel Airport is the primary international airport in Prague.

M R Stefanik Area Airports

Your aircraft will touch down at M. R. Štefánik Airport, commonly referred to as Bratislava Airport. M. R. Štefánik Airport is conveniently located less than six miles from the city center and offers incredible accessibility to both Slovakia and Austria.

Empty leg flights from Prague to Bratislava

Private aviation can be expensive, but it does not have to be. Most private flights are booked as a one-way excursion. As a result, the captain and crew are left to pilot the aircraft from job to job without any passengers. To help carriers recuperate the associated costs of flying without clients, many private jet companies will pass along empty leg flights to their clients. These flights offer unmatched value for your dollar and provide the exact same luxury experience only at a reduced cost. If your itinerary allows and you are willing to choose any available aircraft, consider booking an empty leg flight from Prague to Bratislava.

LKPR - LZIB
Empty Leg Flight Available Dates Aircraft Type Aircraft Class Trip Price

Ground services in Prague and Bratislava

The most stressful part of any journey is preparing a vehicle to take you to and from the airport, booking a hotel room, and planning dinner reservations upon your arrival at your destination. When hiring a private jet from Prague to Bratislava with Stratos Jet Charters, you gain full access to our Trip Support team. Their mission is simple: provide world-class service to Stratos customers on the ground and in the skies. Simply inform the Trip Support team of your desires and they will work tirelessly to ensure you have the best possible experience.

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