Travelling to Spain by private jet
Travelling to Spain by private jet: comfortable and stress-free
Travelling to Spain by private jet means you arrive at your destination more relaxed and safely. You also benefit from enormous flexibility and have more energy to explore. Find out more about your advantages with WINDROSE AIR and discover the country’s most attractive destinations.
Advantages while travelling by private jet
Travelling to Spain by private jet offers you numerous advantages:
At WINDROSE AIR, we organise our flights to meet your needs, and not the other way around. Simply inform us of your dates and routes and we will plan everything to suit you. Even spontaneously, we can realise many flights with our large fleet: Depending on capacity and take-off position, even within 90 minutes.
Travelling by plane is often the fastest way to get from one destination to another. But with a normal scheduled flight, a lot of time is lost, especially before boarding, with check-in, baggage drop-off and security checks. This is not the case with private jet charter: at most airports there are separate terminals for us operators, where you can go through check-in and security separately from other travellers. This saves you time – and frustration! Another plus point: our flight schedules are not so tight. You arrive late or an appointment takes longer? No problem at all, we will of course wait for you.
The seats on a scheduled flight are rarely really comfortable, not to mention the lack of adequate legroom. On our charter flights, you can expect comfortable, adjustable seats with plenty of space. In addition, our trained staff will be at your side the entire time. Please inform us in advance if you have any specific food and drink requests.
Privacy and silence
When you book a private jet with us to Spain or any other destination you always hire the entire aircraft. Only you, your family and maybe your business partners will be on board as well as the crew. This offers great advantages: you can either lean back and relax as there are no other passengers to disturb you. On the other hand, you experience enormous discretion. You can be confident of your privacy with WINDROSE AIR.
We cater to your needs
Would you like to spend your holiday not just in one place, but also go island hopping or explore the mainland? No problem with WINDROSE AIR. We are at your disposal to fulfil your wishes and take you safely and relaxed to your destination. Feel free to contact us spontaneously! Depending on capacity, we can even realise flights on the same day.
Your private jet to Ibiza
The Mediterranean island of Ibiza is ideal for versatile holidays. It is located around 90 kilometres off Denia on the Spanish coast and the airport is in the south of the island. Together with Menorca, Mallorca, Cabrera and Formentera, it is part of the Balearic Islands. With its long, fine beaches, breathtaking diving spots and plenty of nature, Ibiza is the perfect place to relax. Whether you prefer relaxing days on the beach or water sports and hiking excursions, the Balearic island has something for everyone.
But partygoers and lifestyle enthusiasts will also get their money’s worth here: the exciting nightlife with numerous bars and clubs is just waiting to be discovered by you. At the same time, stylish villas and luxurious hotels offer comfortable retreats.
Wherever you are, would you like to find out more about a place’s past? If you travel to Ibiza by private jet, you can expect more than just a party and beach holiday. The island’s history is just as moving. You can discover evidence of the Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs in both architecture and art.
Whether beach holiday or a party week: Ibiza offers new adventures every day!
Your private jet to Madrid
If you are travelling to Spain by private jet, you should not miss Madrid, the country’s capital. Also known as the capital of joie de vivre, the metropolis has a lot to offer – in very different ways. On the one hand, there is the night owl part: breathtaking boulevards, international restaurants and an incomparably lively atmosphere characterise Madrid. And yet, away from the famous museums such as the Prado and Museo Reina Sofía or the Palacio Real – the Royal Palace – there are also quiet neighbourhoods that are worth exploring. Here you will find historic buildings in narrow alleyways, typical Spanish taverns, which are often still family-run, and great green spaces. Every neighbourhood in the Spanish capital is different and will surprise you all over again.
It is not without reason that the metropolis is one of the most interesting cities in Europe. It is loud and colourful, but also welcoming and cosy. If you are travelling to Madrid by private jet, you should ensure to visit to the Gran Vía boulevard. Here you will find elegant designer shops and numerous theatres and musical halls. Make sure you see one of the plays. If you feel like relaxing, visit the huge parks, the green lungs of the city. The Retiro with its lakes and fountains is particularly famous. But Capricho Park also offers some highlights for interested visitors.
Your private jet to Palma, Mallorca
The Balearic island of Mallorca has much more to offer than just the stereotype of the party mile. The island is full of breathtaking nature, kilometres of sandy beaches, hidden bays and pretty towns with both old and new architecture. Palma in particular, the capital of Mallorca and the only major city in the Balearic Islands, offers a rich cultural heritage. Since 123 BC, Roman, Arabic and finally Catholic influences have alternated.
Visit the Plaza Mayor and the old town centre. Here you can wander for hours or simply saunter from one picturesque café to the next. You will also pass La Seu Cathedral and the Royal Palace. Have you ever taken a look at a circular castle? Certainly not! The Castell de Bellver is one of the few Gothic castles with a circular floor plan and is therefore definitely worth a visit.
Apart from culture and history, travelling by private jet to Palma provides you with an excellent mix of outstanding restaurants and stylish shopping streets. When it comes to accommodation, the island of Mallorca also has everything to offer – from first-class hotels to your own holiday home.
Good to know
Our service also includes pick-ups and stopovers, so our customers are not restricted to Berlin-Brandenburg.
Your private jet to Barcelona
Barcelona is the trend capital of Spain. Promising new directions in fashion, culture and gastronomy do not get around the city on the Iberian Peninsula for long. That is why it is a favourite city for trendsetters and design enthusiasts. But it is just as diverse. In addition to modernity and eccentric buildings, such as the architectural masterpieces by Antoni Gaudí, the Catalan city also boasts a culture dating back thousands of years. Evidence has been found that people settled in what is now Barcelona as early as the Neolithic period.
One of the city’s most famous sights is undoubtedly the Sagrada Familia. Although it is still under construction, it is a World Heritage Site and one of the world’s tourist hotspots. Apart from that, it is worth visiting Park Güell and discovering La Pedrera or Casa Batlló.
Head to one of the many restaurants for a savoury meal. Whether you opt for typical Catalan cuisine, visit a food market or experience the city’s haute cuisine is entirely up to you. Travelling to Barcelona by private jet is always a great and varied excursion.
Your private jet to Málaga
Málaga is the second largest city in Andalusia and the sixth largest in Spain. Situated on the Costa del Sol, in the very south of the Iberian Peninsula, it offers culture and relaxation in one. The breathtaking old town enchants tourists at first glance and invites them to visit interesting museums. The Muslim fortress and the Gibralfaro castle are particularly impressive and offer an impressive view across the area.
As the birthplace of Picasso, art should of course not be neglected. For example, visit the house where the painter was born or take a walk through the museum. The city’s 16 beaches offer a good balance between art and culture. Including the lively harbour, Málaga offers everything you need for a memorable holiday.
In the evening, you can enjoy a meal in one of the many restaurants. Whether you prefer a trendy restaurant or traditional cuisine, there is something to suit everyone’s taste. Do you love seafood and fish? Pay a visit to the Pedregalejo neighbourhood and try the typical grilled sardine skewers called espetos!