Private jet charter to Hanoi
A contradictory city of luxury hotels and sophisticated dining mixed with deliciously affordable street food and bustling market stalls, Hanoi is an explosion of the senses, where locals whizz by on scooters and tourists try every which way they can to avoid them. There’s plenty to see and do in the heart of the Red River Delta and it’s a great base for overnight trips to Ha Long Bay and the rural countryside of Sa Pa. Get a fast quote from Air Charter Service to charter a private jet to Hanoi. Get a fast quote from Air Charter Service to charter a private jet to Hanoi.
The imperial Old Quarterâ€™s labyrinth of ancient streets is a medley of tea stalls, ceramic and silk boutiques and charming Buddhist shrines. Visit in the evening or weekend when the area is pedestrianised â€“ be sure to catch a Thang Long Water Puppet show and visit the neo-Gothic Saint Joseph Cathedral. From here you can cross the famous bright red bridge to reach tranquil Hoan Kiem Lake for an hour-or-so of relaxation (come at sunrise for a fascinating tai chi class).
South of the Old Quarter youâ€™ll find August Revolution Square, where tree-lined boulevards and French colonial architecture sit alongside one of the cityâ€™s most famous landmarks, the neoclassical Hanoi Opera House. Rise early to see the Temple of Literature and join the queues on Ba Dinh Square to see 20th-century leader Ho Chi Minhâ€™s preserved body; then visit his stilted house and the One Pillar Pagoda Buddhist temple.
Using Hanoi as a base, itâ€™s also worth taking an overnight boat trip to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ha Long Bay; a two-day excursion to the beautiful rice fields of Mai Chau, where you can stay in a private bungalow or traditional communal stilt house; or a day-trip to the breathtaking Perfume Pagoda.
Contact our team and weâ€™ll arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to Hanoi landing at Ná»™i BÃ i International Airport.