The long-awaited Formula 1 season starts on 26 March 2017 with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. With the announcement of the new, even faster racing cars for the new season, the teams have already set the scene for an exciting series and have raised fans’ anticipation for this exclusive racing event. Did you know that the current Formula 1 race track in Albert Park is re-built from scratch every year in the three months leading up to the race? Indeed, only the starting and finishing straight including the pit lane are permanent. After every Formula 1 race the circuit is re-built in just six weeks.
Would you like to experience the Rolex Australian Grand Prix on the world-famous Albert Park circuit up close? Deutsche-Privatjet will fly you to Melbourne in a comfortable private aircraft and, if you wish, will arrange further local transport, e.g. a helicopter. Or maybe you want to invite your sponsors and clients to this exclusive event – we can provide the right private aircraft for any size of group or arrange several private flights from different places. If you wish, we can brand the private jet with your corporate identity to make the outward journey an exclusive component of the event. The following airports in the state of Victoria are suitable for landing in Melbourne by private jet for the Formula 1: Melbourne Essendon (YMEN, MEB), Melbourne International (YMML, MEL) and Melbourne Moorabbin (YMMB, MBW).
But how can you get from the airport to the circuit? It takes around half an hour by taxi or shuttle bus and the route is prone to delays, particularly on race days. The quickest and least complicated way to get directly to the race track is by helicopter: We can collect you from the airport of your choice and fly you straight to the Albert Park circuit in 10-15 minutes at most. With no traffic jams!
Would you like to ask about private charter jets to Melbourne for the Australian Grand Prix? Just call the aircraft charter specialists at Deutsche-Privatjet. We will advise you individually and with no obligation.