Tennis connoisseurs are eagerly awaiting the 2018 French Open, fondly nicknamed ‘Roland-Garros’, which is scheduled to take place between May 27th and June 10th at the Roland-Garros stadium in Paris.
This year’s French Open marks Roland-Garros’ 90th anniversary, with the iconic stadium having opened its doors for the first time in 1928. Contestants at this year’s event will play on the same clay courts that put Roland-Garros on the international tennis map almost a century ago.
The stadium was built on three hectares of land given to the French Lawn Tennis Federation by the Stade Francais on condition that is was named after Roland Garros, World War I Pilot and famous French aviator. It seems only fitting to celebrate this famous Frenchman’s passion for tennis and flying by enjoying the luxury of a private jet charter to wing your way to this prominent championship tournament.Book your flight
Style, tradition and some of the biggest names in tennis
As one of the premier events on the European tennis circuit, the French Open offers spectators a stylish experience that is quintessentially French.
Combining decades of tradition with the chance to see some of today’s finest tennis players in action, this event is ideal for business networking and family relaxation alike.
Several additions to the Roland-Garros stadium, including a new spectators’ village, will make this year’s French Open experience even better.
Three new courts (numbers 7, 9 and 18) are part of the stadium upgrades that spectators can look forward to in 2018.
Nadal and Williams are firm favorites - but don’t rule out the wildcards
Rafael Nadal surged to victory in the 2017 French Open, adding the title to his 10-trophy grand slam last year.
Tennis fans and bookies are looking to “Rafa”, as he is affectionately known, to clinch the men’s title again in 2018 - barring a surprise win by Roger Federer.
Although Serena Williams is the betmaker’s favorite to win at this year’s French Open, the women’s title may be more difficult to call. After a hiatus in 2017, Williams is back on tour and will be keen to win, while reigning champion Jelena Ostapenko and strong contender Simona Halep are also strong favorites.
A trip to Paris for the French Open - the ideal time to fly private
If you’re planning to attend the 2018 French Open and want to avoid the crowds at Charles de Gaulles, a private jet charter to Orly Paris Airport, only thirteen miles outside of the city center, or Paris Le Bourget is the ideal way to travel.
The convenience of our charter flights to Paris and a quick transfer to Roland-Garros, from destinations around Europe and North America, will provide you with the comfort, privacy and flexibility you require.Book your flight