Stavanger, Norway Private Jet Charter

Stavanger, Norway
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Private Jet Service to/from Stavanger, Norway

Stavanger Norway Charter
Mercury Jets handles private jet charter services in and out of Stavanger, Norway. We offer the lowest rates in the industry and provide best price guarantee. There are two convenient airport located within 50 miles – Stavanger Sola Airport (SVG) and Haugesund Karmoy Airport (HAU). Popular aircraft types in the area include light jets (Citation CJ2, Citation Encore and Learjet 35), midsize jets (Hawker 800 XP and Citation III) and large jets (Challenger 604 and Falcon 2000). If you want to fly to or from Stavanger, please contact us 24 hours a day with no exceptions of any kind or blackout dates.

About Stavanger and Places to Visit

The Norway’s fourth largest city after Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim, Stavanger is situated on the southwest coast of Norway. A seaport and important hub of offshore oil fields in the North Sea, Stavanger is the fastest growing and wealthy oil capital of Norway. Stavanger boasts the University of Stavanger, and a number of cultural institutions such as French School Stavanger, the British International School of Stavanger, and the International School of Stavanger. There are many shops, bars, restaurants, nightlife, and attractions in and around the city. Old Stavanger is a city’s popular with cobble-stone roads and small, wooden houses mainly from the 18th and 19th centuries. This area exudes city’s old charm combined with a cosmopolitan orientation. The most famous places of interest include the Norwegian Petroleum Museum, the Stavanger Museum, the Norwegian Canning Museum, the St.Svithun’s Cathedral, the Museum of Archaeology, the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, and the Rogaland Theater. One of the most popular tourist sites, Pulpit Rock, is a natural rock formation with a 25 square metre plateau that rises 604 meters above the sea. Stavanger welcomes both business and leisure travelers worldwide.