Are you planning a visit to the historic island of Venice for the Venice International Film Festival? Fly private to the Biennale event, arrive in style and comfort by chartering your private jet.
The Venice International Film Festival, the world’s oldest film festival, is without doubt one of the most glamorous cinema award events of the year and the place to be for the closing of the summer season. The event is held every year in the historic and unique city of Venice and this year, the 79th edition, will be held between 31st of August to the 10th of September on the Lido di Venezia island, at the Palazzo del Cinema.
The 2022 edition bring the usual load of big international starts together including the likes of Cate Blanchette, Timothée Chalamet, Harry Styles, Dylan Sprouse, Olivia Wilde Julianne Moore and many others. This year, the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement to a Director is expected to go to Paul Schrader, and the equivalent to an Actress statue will be awarded to Catherine Deneu. We can’t wait to see what other excitement this year’s edition will bring.
Are you planning a visit to the island for this captivating event? Arrive in style and comfort by chartering your private jet, our team of specialist will be able to assist you to arrange the best option according to your schedule. Choose between a list of delicately selected aircraft and let us tailor your travel experience. Arrive to the airport 15 minutes before departure, skip the queues and crowds and board directly on to your private jet. Enjoy the personalised catering and even bring your furry friends along in the cabin.
Make your experience even better by adding our airport VIP passenger assistance service for arrival or departure. Arrive through the dedicated VIP terminal, breeze through to the private water taxi dock and into the historic island. Inquire about this service and add it to your booking through any of our available contact channels, available 24/7.
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