Private jet travel to the solar eclipse, 20 March 2015

Jet in for the last chance to see a solar eclipse in Europe in for over a decade, on 20 March 2015. The only places from which to experience total daytime darkness will be in the Northern Atlantic, just below the Greenland peninsula and into the Arctic Circle. There are very limited options for airline flights into this region.

Where can I view the solar eclipse in March 2015?

While parts of Africa, Asia and Northern Europe will have a partial glimpse, the land areas along the eclipse’s path of totality are remote, including The Faroe islands, part of Denmark and the Norwegian island of Svalbard. These areas will experience the full 2 minutes and 9 seconds of total solar eclipse.

Call our Flight Team (24 hours) on {{telephone}} for private jet hire to the March 2015 solar eclipse.


The closest (and only) airport on The Faroe Islands is Vagar Airport, on the island of Vagar.

London to Vagar

Aircraft type: Citation Mustang
Seats: 4
Flight time: 2 hours 18 minutes
Cost (2-day return): £7 851

Phenom 100

Paris to Vagar

Aircraft type: Embraer Phenom 100
Seats: 4
Flight time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Cost (2-day return): €14 665

For a personalised quote or further information on private jet charter to The Faroe Islands please contact us or call {{telephone}} (24hrs).


The closest airport for Svalbard is Svalbard Longyearbyen Airport.

Citation XL

London to Svalbard Longyearbyen

Aircraft type: Citation XL
Seats: 8
Flight time: 4 hours 9 minutes
Cost (2-day return): £26 450

For a personalised quote or further information on private jet charter to Svalbard Longyearbyen please contact us or call {{telephone}} (24hrs).