Mercury Jets is an on-demand air charter provider specializing in private jet and turboprop charters in Algeria. Our team is composed of industry-leading professionals dedicated to providing our customers with the ultimate air charter experience. We are committed to safety, reliability, and white glove customer service. To obtain a charter quote tailored to your specific needs, please fill in the request form or call our agents 24/7 at +1-212-840-8000.
About Algeria and Places to Visit
Mercury Jets provides private jet charter flights to and from Algeria.
On the shores of the Mediterranean Sea is located the most extensive African state in terms of territory, Algeria, which is home to more than 38 million people. It is an excellent state with a rich heritage of different eras with a fantastic splendor of landscapes. Algeria is bordered by Mali and Niger, as well as Morocco, Mauritania, and Western Sahara.
Algeria has excellent infrastructure and preserved many historical sites like no other country in the East. In addition, there are thousands of miles of beautiful beaches, plateaus with unusual scenery, unique natural phenomenon, and superb facilities for an unforgettable vacation. The main magnet for tourists is the Sahara Desert, where many excursions are deep into the Great Eastern Erg. Also worth mentioning is the capital, sunny Algeria, which has the National Museum of Fine Arts, the tomb of St. Sidi Abderrahman, the Ethnographic Museum Bardo, and one-story houses with flat roofs in the oriental style. In addition, the sea, which can be seen from every alleyway, adds a unique flavor to the capital.
Among the country’s most famous truism places are the citadel of Santa Cruz in Oran, the ruins of the ancient city of Aphrodisium in Annaba, and the tomb of Islamic conqueror Okba ibn Nafaa in Constantine. On the southern shore is the city of Tipasa, a major commercial and administrative center with unique works of Byzantine and ancient Christian culture. In the neighboring municipality of Jemilah are perfectly preserved buildings such as the forum, the triumphal arch, and various temples, as examples of Roman urban planning.