Private Jet Charters
& Aircraft Hire Services Ibiza to Moscow|
EJS are specialists in Ibiza to Moscow private jet charter flights. Our private jet charter service team have years of experience providing VIP charter jets from Ibiza to Milan, as well as hundreds of other international and domestic destinations. During your EJS private jet flight, you’re always treated with special care and attention. As a VIP jet passenger your luxury private jet from Ibiza to Milan is scheduled for your convenience. There is no better way to travel to Ibiza, whether it’s for pleasure or business EJS private aircrafts charters are the perfect choice.
Hiring a VIP jet allows passengers complete privacy when it’s needed. Renting international VIP jet charters has become very trendy amongst business men and celebrities. However, many customers hire a private jet for the sheer pleasure of convenience, luxury and quality of service. Having control of your scheduled private jet flight means you’re under less stress and able to lay back and relax, as all your arrangements are set in motion, allowing you to feel confident and refreshed, when you arrive in Ibiza. EJS have a choice of luxury aircraft to provide for your needs; starting from light private jet aircrafts caring 4 to 6 passengers up to VIP Airliners carrying 18 to 50 passengers. EJS will assist you in choosing the private aircraft most appropriate for your requirements on your private jet flight from Ibiza to Milan.
Vnukovo International Airport is located 28 kilometres southwest from the centre of Moscow, Russia. It is one of three major airports serving Moscow along with Domodedovo International Airport and Sheremetyevo International Airport. Of the three Moscow airports, Vnukovo is the highest (204m above sea level) and hence in case of fog it has frequently served as an alternative airport. The airport has two passenger terminals Terminal A and Terminal B, one general aviation terminal and one dedicated to charter and business flights. Vnukovo Airport is equipped with a VIP hall, which is used by many political leaders and important people visiting Russia. The Tupolev airliner rework facility is located at the edge of the airport and major overhaul and modification programmes are carried out in several large aircraft hangars.
Moscow, as Russia's capital city, is home to over 10 million residents and countless non-residents. While the population consists mainly of ethnic Russians, other groups are represented in relatively small numbers. Moscow has held a top spot in the world's most expensive cities and may continue to do so. Moscow is an international business center, and global corporations have, with the fall of the Soviet Union, set up corporate branches in Moscow. Industries like hospitality have risen to meet the need, ensuring that Moscow continues to grow.
Moscow was Russia's capital before Peter the Great moved the capital to his new city, St. Petersburg. But Moscow never lost its intensity or spirit - one that has inspired authors and poets, ensnared the nobility with its charms, and proved to be the center of Soviet mystique during the Cold War. Moscow represents both the Russia of yesterday and the Russia of today.
Moscow is one of the most exciting capitals in the world and a place full of remarkable sights and unique architectural wonders. The beauty and controversy of the Russian capital is present throughout the whole city. In fact, every building has its very own story. It's like traveling back in time and no other city displays Russia's history better than Moscow. Let me take you on a little tour and show you the wonders of an amazing city.
An overview of a few places to visit in Moscow
Should Lenin finally be buried or not? That is a very common question, as Lenin's embalmed body has been on public display for almost 90 years. During the Second World War his body was brought to Siberia when it appeared that Moscow might be in danger of invasion by Nazi Germany. For a while he was even joined by Josef Stalin. The mausoleum opens its gates every day from 10:00 to 13:00 excluding holidays. Try to pay Lenin a visit before he disappears for good.
Monument to the Conquerors of Space
This very unique monument was built to honour the Russian Space program, was erected in 1964 and is 110 meters tall. It's fully made out of titanium and pretty much symbolises a rocket on its way to space. Inside the base of the monument you will find the National Space Museum which was just recently re-opened to the public after three years of renovation. It's very close to the VDNK Park where you can find more interesting sights and spaceships. Simply rent a bike for a dollar (just next to the entrance) and explore the the entertaining park and its amazing fountain.
The Seven Sisters or Stalin Skyscrapers
The Seven Sisters are a bunch of skyscrapers in the center of Moscow built in the very unique Stalinist style. Some of them used to be the tallest buildings in the world for a couple of decades. Today they are used as hotels, apartments, universities and one of them is the home of the foreign ministry. You will notice them straight away and I'm personally a big fan - an interesting mix of Russian baroque and gothic architectural styles.
Red Square remains, as it has been for centuries, the heart and soul of Russia. Few places in the world bear the weight of history to the extent that Moscow's central square does. From the 16th Century St. Basil's Cathedral - one of the most famous pieces of architecture in the world - to the constructivist pyramid of Lenin's Mausoleum, Red Square is rich in symbols of Russia's turbulent and intriguing past.
When renting your international VIP private jet charter, luxury private jet or executive jet for your flight from Ibiza to Moscow. Consider EJS Aviation, as we are a trusted and experienced jet broker company, with a professional friendly customer service team standing by, to discuss your needs and arrange the appropriate private jet for your flight from Ibiza to Moscow.
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