Minsk Private Jet Charter Service
Looking for private travel to Minsk, Belarus? Paramount Business Jets specializes in providing the ultimate private charter solutions to and from Minsk as well as countless other destinations across the globe. Offering our clients unlimited access to the largest assortment of executive aircraft in the world, we provide you with the ability to choose the business jet that is completely optimal for your trip. With 15,000 available business jets, you'll find what you're looking for down to the smallest details. There are two airports within just nineteen miles of Minsk: the Minsk 1 Airport (MHP) and the Minsk 2 Airport (MSQ). The most popular categories of business jet in the Minsk vicinity are light jets (Premier IA and Citation CJ3), midsize jets (Hawker 800 XP, Citation III, and Learjet 60), and large jets (Legacy 600, Challenger 604, and Gulfstream G450). We also offer access to other aircraft such as economy-efficient turboprops, luxurious VIP airliners, and affordable empty leg charter flights. For more information regarding our private charter services or for any additional assistance, please contact us by phone at +1-877-727-2538.
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Minsk Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Minsk Airports within 50 Miles
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|Min Temp||-1 °C, 31 °F||-3 °C, 26 °F||0 °C, 33 °F||-3 °C, 28 °F||-8 °C, 18 °F|
|Wind Direction||184 ° S||245 ° WSW||64 ° ENE||81 ° E||73 ° ENE|
|Wind Speed||7 km/h, 4 m||14 km/h, 9 m||17 km/h, 11 m||14 km/h, 9 m||23 km/h, 14 m|
Minsk City Overview
Minsk is the capital of Belarus located in the central region of the country, situated on the banks of Svisloch River. Minsk serves as the headquarters of the Commonwealth of Independent States, and a country's major business and government center. Minsk, one of the Europe's oldest cities, was mentioned in 1067 for the first time. Rebuild after World War II, during 1950s, Minsk features wide boulevards and squares, grandiose block-style buildings, beautiful architecture, large parks, nice restaurants and nightclubs. The most attractive part of Minsk is Troitskoye Predmestiye, the historic city center survived after the World War II, featuring 19th-century houses with colorful facades, shops and cafes. A small footbridge leads from the Old Town to the Island of Tears, a picturesque monument to the soldiers killed in the Afghanistan war. Minsk's attractions include Victory Square, Independence Square, Stella ''Minsk - city hero'', City Gate, the Cathedral of the Holy Ghost, the Chelyuskinites Amusement Park, the National Historical Museum of the Republic of Belarus, the Great Patriotic War Museum, the Cathedral of St. Helen and St. Simon, the City Hall, the National Library, Railway station, Independence Avenue, and Pobediteley Avenue. With its long history and cultural heritage, Minsk welcomes travelers from all over the world.