Private Jet Flights to and from Aberdeen, Scotland

Live out the romantic medieval dream with a private jet to Aberdeen. Surrounded by historic castles, natural hideaways, and rugged coastlines, Aberdeen offers an eclectic mix of culture, nightlife, and experiences that you can treasure forever.

What are the best things to do in Aberdeen?

Take a stroll back in time in Old Aberdeen

The leafy suburbs of Old Aberdeen provide you with the perfect blast from the past taken straight out of a period drama. Wind your way through the stunning cobbled streets and admire some of the most incredible architecture on offer. Here you’ll find St Machar’s Cathedral, and you can also immerse yourself in the academia at the University of Aberdeen and Kings College. To book a private jet to Aberdeen click here.

Discover the meaning of ‘fine dining’ at Eat on the Green

If you’re looking for a fine-dining experience that is unlike any other, you may stumble upon Eat on the Green. Overlooking the immaculately kept lawns of Udny Green, this restaurant is popular among the stars and famous people who visit Scotland.

Lose yourself in the maze at Hazlehead Park

If you’re looking to nestle yourself in nature, there’s no place better than Hazlehead Park. There’s over 180 hectares of land and plenty of picnic spots to choose from. This is also the home of Scotland’s oldest hedge-lined maze, so why not see if you can navigate your way through it.

Transport yourself to the tropics at the Winter Gardens – Private Jet to Aberdeen

Sticking with the theme of gardens, why not visit the Winter Gardens. This gigantic place is kept warm year-round and boasts some of the world’s most rare and exotic plants. You’ll find that this is the perfect spot to warm up and escape the winter cold.

Explore the old railway line by bike

The old railway has been transformed into a path that takes you out of the city. If you’re looking for something more active, then hop on a bike and head over to the picturesque village of Banchory. Be sure to enjoy the long rolling hills and woodlands that surround this pathway.

Where to stay in Aberdeen?

Malmaison Aberdeen

You’ll find the Malmaison Aberdeen near the heart of the city. Offering you a choice of eight different types of rooms, from cosy doubles right through to grand suites, there is something for everyone at Malmaison Aberdeen.

Skene House Rosemount

This hotel with apartments allows you to travel in larger groups, booking up to three rooms per suite. Using modern and stylish decor, combined with touches of yesteryear (spiral staircases, for example), you’ll find everything you need for your stay in Aberdeen within walking distance.

Carmelite Hotel, Aberdeen

Retaining many of the traditional features you can expect in a grand architectural building in the Merchant Quarter, the Carmelite Hotel has been sensitively renovated to combine a modern flare. Surrounded by the city’s buzzing nightlife, this is also the home of the Jazz Cafe and Aberdeen Jazz Festival.

Marcliffe Hotel and Spa

Your search for peace and relaxation ends if you book a stay at the Marcliffe Hotel and Spa. Sleep like royalty on the luxurious Glencraft mattress (which is the Queen’s official mattress supplier). Have breakfast next to the open fire in the drawing-room, and then enjoy many of the signature packages that you’ll find in the spa.

Why private charter to Aberdeen with Admiral Jet

Admiral Jet offer a range of private aircraft and helicopter charter. Several airports cater to your needs, and you won’t have to worry about a single thing. Tell us your preferred dates, times of travel, your starting location, and the size of the aircraft, and we’ll do the rest.