For your next air charter to Bogota, Colombia, allow Mercury Jets to treat you to the ultimate private jet experience. Enjoy first-class luxury, efficiency and convenience while you sit back, relax and enjoy the view.
Mercury Jets is a white glove private jet provider operating out of Ft. Lauderdale International Airport (FLL). Our parent company, Monarch Air Group, is a part 135 FAA aircraft operator with years of experience and a demanding repeat clientele that includes the U.S. Department of Defense and the United Nations.
Via select joint venture agreements, we provide access to a high-caliber private jet fleet utilized by top government officials, Fortune 500 executives, celebrities and elite individuals around the globe. Our qualified personnel will select the right jet for your needs and budget. Every aircraft is then carefully screened and certified by various third party consultants to meet and exceed industry requirements in safety, performance and maintenance. We take pride in going above and beyond for every flight and every client.
Endless amenities are available to enhance your flight experience: concierge services, massage chairs, catering, flight attendants, entertainment systems and more. Wi-Fi, satellite phones, videoconferencing, power outlets and projection screens allow you to conduct business while in the air. Arrive in Bogota on-time, in style, and ready to take on the day.
Our operators are standing by 24/7 to assist you in booking your next air charter to Bogota. Wherever you need to go, Mercury Jets will provide the most efficient, flexible, luxurious and cost-effective option. Give us a call today for a free quote and experience the five-star VIP treatment you deserve.
About Bogota and Places to Visit
Mercury Jets provides private jet charter flights to and from Bogota.
In the intermountain basin of the Eastern Cordillera lies Bogotá, the capital of Colombia and one of South America’s largest cities. The city was founded in the 16th century on the site of an Indian settlement of the Chibcha tribe. Bogota’s climate does not change much all year round, with temperatures staying within 17 °C. Moreover, it has undergone many revolutions and wars, which reflect the rich cultural and historical heritage of the region.
The capital of Colombia is not only historical, cultural, and architectural sites, but also numerous street graffiti, parks, flavor, and charm. Bogotá gives rise to contradictory impressions and feelings of travelers. One can still see buildings from the time of the Spanish conquistadors and unique natural sights. Travelers in Bogotá can stroll through the beautiful Plaza Bolivar, visit the National Capitol, Mount Monserrat, and the Palace of Justice. In addition, you can also take a bike ride or bet on guinea pig races in the city. In March, the capital organizes the Estéreo Picnic music festival, which is popular throughout Latin America.
Not far from downtown Bogotá is the public El Dorado International Airport (BOG, SKBO). The airport handles about 10 million passengers a year and is well equipped to receive private jets to and from Bogotá.