Private Jet London - Faro
Private jet flights from London to Faro typically take an average
of 2 hours 30 minutes.
The flight distance is near 1,724 km.
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London Luton Airport is an airport used by private jets in London, United Kingdom. It has a maximum runway length of 2,162 meters. There is only one runway in total at the airport.
London Luton Airport, previously called Luton International Airport, is an international airport located 1.5 miles (2.4 km) east of Luton town centre in the county of Bedfordshire, England, and is 28 miles (45 km) north of Central London. In 2018, over 16.5 million passengers passed through the airport, a record total for Luton making it the fifth busiest airport in the UK. It is the fourth-largest airport serving the London area after Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted, and is one of London's six international airports along with London City and Southend. The airport serves as a base for EasyJet, TUI Airways, Ryanair and Wizz Air and previously served as a base for Monarch Airlines until it ceased operations in October 2017. The vast majority of the routes served are within Europe, although there are some charter and scheduled routes to destinations in Northern Africa and Asia.
Sometimes referred to as EGGW - its ICAO code - on private jet quotes, for example, it can also be called LTN - its IATA code name. Both these shorthands are used by aircrafts to refer to the airport.
Faro Airport is an airport used by private jets in Faro, Portugal. It has a maximum runway length of 2,490 meters. There is only one runway in total at the airport.
Faro International Airport, also known as Algarve Airport, is located 4 km (2.5 mi) to the west of Faro in Portugal. The airport opened in July 1965. A total of 6.4 million passengers used Faro airport in 2015. The airport became a hub for the first time in March 2010, when Ryanair decided to base seven of its aircraft there. It is very busy from March to October, to the extent that it becomes a slot coordinated airport
Sometimes referred to as LPFR - its ICAO code - on private jet quotes, for example, it can also be called FAO - its IATA code name. Both these shorthands are used by aircrafts to refer to the airport.
- London Luton Airport
- ICAO: EGGW
- IATA: LTN
- Latitude: 51.874722
- Longitude: -0.368333
- Altitude: 160 meters
- Runway length: 2,162 meters
- Faro Airport
- ICAO: LPFR
- IATA: FAO
- Latitude: 37.014425
- Longitude: -7.965911
- Altitude: 8 meters
- Flight Time: 2 hours 40 minutes