Guangzhou Private Jet Charter Service
If you are looking to charter a private plane to and from Guangzhou, China, look no further than Paramount Business Jets. At PBJ we provide the best air travel solutions for our clients using access to a global selection of aircraft for charter. Guangzhou can be reached from the Baiyun International (CAN), located approximately 18 miles (30 km) south of the city center. An alternative option to the Baiyun International (CAN) is the Baoan International Airport (SZX), located 49 miles (79 km) north-east of the city center of Guangzhou. A quick 50 mile radius search reveals over 34 private aircraft available for hire in the vicinity of Guangzhou. The most popular charter aircraft in the area include super midsize jets (Gulfstream G200, Challenger 300, and Citation Sovereign), large jets (Gulfstream G450, Gulfstream IV-SP, Challenger 605, Challenger 850, and Falcon 2000), ultra-long range jets (Gulfstream V, Global 5000, Global 6000, and Global Express), and luxury airliners (Airbus 319 Corporate Jet). If you are looking for a specific one way or a round trip to or from Guangzhou, China, please call us at +1-877-727-2538 and we will search all available aircraft options to meet your specific air travel needs.
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Private Jets and Helicopters Available for Hire Near Guangzhou
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Guangzhou Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Guangzhou Airports within 50 Miles
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|Min Temp||18 °C, 64 °F||18 °C, 65 °F||21 °C, 69 °F||22 °C, 71 °F||22 °C, 72 °F|
|Wind Direction||107 ° ESE||17 ° NNE||13 ° NNE||59 ° ENE||48 ° NE|
|Wind Speed||12 km/h, 8 m||16 km/h, 10 m||10 km/h, 6 m||7 km/h, 5 m||7 km/h, 5 m|
Guangzhou City Overview
Guangzhou is a city in southern China and the capital of Guangdong Province, located along the south coastline of China. Guangzhou, also called Canton, is the leading industrial, commercial, scientific, and cultural centre of southern China, also serves as an important port at the north of the Pearl River Delta navigable to the South China Sea, and with fast accessibility to Hong Kong and Macau. Guangzhou has a history of more than 2,800 years, and has been noted as one of the twenty-four famous cities of historic and cultural interest in China. Guangzhou's famous attractions include the Bright Filial Piety Temple (Guangxiao Si) at Guangxiao Lu, the Five Ram Statue in Yuexiu Park, the Pearl River and White Cloud Mountain (Baiyun Shan). Guangzhou is renowned for its rich cultural life and hosts a variety of festivals throughout the year such as Rourist Art and Guangdong Dun Festivals, the Flower Fair of Guangzhou, Dragon Boat Festival, the Spring Festival of Shantou, and Guangzhou Floral Parade of the New Year. With its prosperous tourism industry, Guangzhou has become one of the most economically dynamic and flourishing areas in China, and attracts millions of business and leisure travelers each year. Guangzhou has New Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, which is located 28 km (17 mi) north from Guangzhou's city center.