There’s nothing quite like being there to see the action at the world’s oldest tennis tournament – one which also happens to be considered the world’s most prestigious by many. Fortunately for you, it’s easier than ever to rent a private jet to Wimbledon. And once you realize the benefits of travel via private aviation, you may never want to fly any other way again.

The 2015 Wimbledon Championships begin on June 29 and end on July 12 and take place at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. A private jet charter will get you there in record time without many of the aggravations associated with commercial travel.
Despite the history and ceremony of the Wimbledon Championships, there’s one thing that makes this tournament of wills stand out from others in the Grand Slam. Wimbledon is still played on grass while all the others are now played on clay. You may not know this, but tennis was originally played on grass courts rather than clay. Today, that presents a unique challenge as balls do not react to grass the same way they behave on clay.

Benefits of Private Jet Flights to Wimbledon

Wimbledon Tennis Championships of 2008, viewed from above.

Wimbledon Tennis Championships, viewed from above.

While some travelers aren’t aware of the realities about charter jet pricing, many more discover than when compared with first class flights on traditional airlines – and considering the time-saving conveniences of flying on your own schedule rather than the airline’s schedule- the cost differences are more affordable than originally thought.
Flying on private jets is infinitely more comfortable than flying business class on the average airliner and privacy is hardly an option when flying commercial – though guaranteed when you book your private charter jet to Wimbledon.

Things to Do Nearby After Flying to Wimbledon by Private Jet Charter

London is a beautiful city filled with history, culture, and countless points of interest, including the following sights you might consider taking in during your stay. These day trips may not fit into downtime between matches, but are great entertainment before or after your favorites have played.

  • Take a trip back in time to Canterbury and Leeds Castle.
  • Visit Windsor Castle, the largest royal resident that continues to be occupied by the Queen.
  • Watch the sunset at Stonehenge.
  • Spend a few days at Dover Castle.

There are just so many things to see and do during your stay in England, regardless of the original purpose of your trip.

Airports for London Charter Jet Flights

Tennis player getting ready to serve

Tennis player getting ready to serve

While Heathrow Airport is the most widely recognized airport in and around London, it is not the only name in the game – especially for people flying in via private jets. In fact, you have greater flexibility for where you want to land as you aren’t flying in on a traditional commercial flight. This means you might want to schedule your flights to land at any of the following airports if they are closer to the area where you’re staying during your London visit.

  • Gatwick Airport
  • London City Airport
  • London Biggin Hill Airport
  • Stansted Airport

Wimbledon Information and Details

Getting there by private jet is half the fun, but these links will help you tend to the other details of getting around and enjoying your stay.
Wimbledon Ticket Information
Wimbledon Schedule of Play
London Weather Reports
London CTV News
London Standard Online

Presidential Aviation is proud to offer private charter jet services to Wimbledon and beyond. Call us today to get the latest Wimbledon travel information and to schedule your own charter jet flight to London. We have a wide array of private jets available that will allow you and your traveling companions the privacy, luxury, and comfort you need to arrive in London ready to take on Wimbledon and whatever balls are thrown your way.