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Bari Private Jet and Air Charter Flights

Monarch Air Group provides private air charter in Bari, Italy. Our clients benefit from top-notch service, unrelenting dedication to safety, wide selection of aircraft, and years of experience in chartering private jets. To obtain a free quote, please use our online quoting tool provided below, or call toll free 1-877-281-3051.

Charter a private jet to&from Bari, Italy

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About Bari, Italy

Bari, Italy Private Jet Charter
Monarch Air Group offers private jet charter services to and from Bari, Italy. Bari is served by 3 airports, which are all within 50 miles of the city. Situated in the city itself the Palese Macchie Airport(BRI) is the most common choice. The two other convenient airports are the Grottaglie Airport(TAR) and the Gioia Del Colle Airport(LIBV). The most popular aircraft types are light jets (Citation CJ3, Premier IA, Piaggio Avanti), midsize jets (Hawker 750XP, Gulfstream G150, Falcon 20) and large jets (Legacy 600, Falcon 2000, Challenger 604).

About Bari and Things to See

Located 114 miles east-northeast of Salerno, 137 miles east-northeast of Naples, and 377 miles southeast of Venice, Bari is a city situated in southeastern Italy on the Adriatic Sea, and the capital of the Region of Apulia. Often called “California of the South”, Bari is well known for its wonderful sandy beaches, ancient part of the city, fine wines and awesome food. Bari is both an ancient and modern city. The ancient part of the city, “Bari Vecchia”, is filled with plenty of mediaeval monuments, historic buildings, ancient caves, palaces and churches, and in May hosts the Festival of St.Nicholas, dedicated to Bari’s patron saint. The modern part of the city, “Murattiano”, reflects the economic diversity of the city. The most famous places of interest are the Norman-Hohenstaufen Castle, the Basilica of Saint Nicholas, the Swabian Castle, the Piazza Ferrarese, the Piazza Mercantile, the Piazza Garibaldi, the Church of San Gregorio, the Cathedral of San Sabino, the Trulli of Alberobello, the Castle Normanno Svevo, and the Petruzelli Theatre.