Monaco Grand Prix 2019 by Private Jet and Helicopter
PRIVATE JET & helicopter TO the 77th MONACO GRAND PRIX 2019
The 77th Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix in 2019 by private jet! Think about it for a moment. Is there a better way to travel to world’s most glamorous sporting event than by private jet? Monaco on May 23 - 26 will host the most famous race ever where the fastest cars on the planet roar around the world’s most celebrated track uniquely held on a circuit created through the public streets of Monte Carlo and La Condamine.
MONACO GP 2019 schedule
THURSDAY MAY 23TH 2019
10:00-11:30 am Formule 1 TM - 1st free practice
12:00-12:45 am Formule 2 FIA - Free practice
2:00-3:30 pm Formule 1 TM - 2nd free practice
4:15-4:55 pm Formule 2 FIA - Qualifying sessions
5:30-6:15 pm Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup - Free practice
FRIDAY MAY 24TH 2019
8:00-8:45 am Formula Renault 2.0 Series - Qualifying sessions
9:45-10:15 am Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup - Qualifying sessions
11:15-12:20 am Formule 2 FIA - 1st Race (42 laps or 60 min max)
12:50 am-1:20 pm Renault Sport Celebration
SATURDAY MAY 25TH 2019
9:00-10:20 am Formula Renault 2.0 Series - Qualifying sessions
12:00 am - 1:00 pm Formule 1 TM - 3rd Free practice
3:00-4:00 pm Formule 1 TM - Qualifying sessions
4:10-5:00 pm Formule 2 FIA - 2nd Race (30 laps or 45 min max)
SUNDAY MAY 26TH 2019
7:00 am Closing the circuit
9:45-10:20 am Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup - Race (16 laps or 30 min max)
11:10-11:40 am Formula Renault 2.0 Series - Race (25 laps or 45 min max)
12:30 am Formule 1 TM - Drivers parade
1:15 pm Lap of honor - LL.AA.SS The Prince and Princess of Monaco
1:46 pm Presentation of F1 Drivers - Monegasque anthem
3:10-5:10 pm Formule 1 - Grand Prix (78 laps or 120 min max)
The Allure of the Monaco Grand Prix
The jewel in Formula 1’s crown, Monaco is undisputedly in a league of its own. If there's one podium divers want to get, it's Monaco. And if there’s one race the glitterati and F1 fans want to be at, it’s the world’s most intoxicating race, Monaco Grand Prix. The race can make a driver’s entire career and is the one all drivers dream of winning at least once in their lives, defined best by the famous Nelson Piquet, “a win here is worth two anywhere else!” .
The Monaco Grand Prix time epitomises everything that’s great about Formula One racing: speed, glamour, passion, noise and a hint of danger because the cars are never too far away from the barriers. No other sporting fixture generates such excitement or has such a beautiful and sophisticated setting. Set in the heart of the millionaire jet-set’s playground you can’t help but rub shoulders with masses of A-list stars who religiously attend every year to breathe in the petro-adrenaline charged atmosphere.
Dating back to 1929, the Monaco Grand Prix is the Formula One highlight of the year and THE race of the year. Drivers race by landmark monuments such as the Hôtel de Paris, the Casino, the former Loewe’s tunnel and of course the beautiful super-yacht lined marina. Overtaking is near impossible here so qualifying in Monaco is more critical than at any other Grand Prix. A combination of precision driving / technical excellence / sheer bravery / and luck is required to win in Monte Carlo, facets which separate the men from the boys in Formula One.
Monaco also has the slowest corner in Formula One - the Loews hairpin, followed by the tunnel, one of the few flat-out sections of the track. Some great names have ended their races in the barriers here, most notably Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher.
To win in Monaco places a driver's name on a list that includes many of history's all-time greats. Both Graham Hill, the man nicknamed 'Mr Monaco', and Schumacher have won it five times, Alain Prost took four victories, whilst Stirling Moss and Jackie Stewart each won here three times. But the record of wins in the Principality resides with the Senna, who won in Monte Carlo six times.
Monaco Grand Prix Hall of Fame Top 3
Ayrton Senna - 6 wins at Monaco GP
Graham Hill & Michael Schumacher - 5 wins each at Monaco GP
Alain Prost - 4 wins at Monaco GP
10 Facts about Monaco Grand Prix
The first Monaco Grand Prix was run in 1929
Track length: 3.34 km / 2.074 miles
Number of laps: 78
Race distance: 260.520 km / 161.734miles
Distance from grid to turn one 111 metres
Top Speed: 290 km/h (180 mph)
Average Speed: 158 km/h (98 mph)
Four drivers have died on the Monaco track, most recently Lorenzo Bandini in 1967
Lap record time: 1:12.720- Sebastian Vettel (2017)
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO GO TO MONACO GRAND PRIX BY PRIVATE JET OR HELICOPTER?
The actual costs of your private jet and/or helicopter to Monaco Grand Prix will vary depending on factors such as the number of people in your party, the type of aircraft you choose, and the date or time of travel. You can get a private aviation quote quickly and easily here.
SuperFly’s Riviera based personnel service Aéroport Nice Côte d'Azue, Cannes Mandelieu and Riviera Airport (Villanova d'Albenga).
Your local superFLY Concierge will take care of all conceivable arrangements such as catering, F1 tickets, hotels, restaurants & entertainment.
SuperFly can organise a private jet and/or helicopter journey to Monaco or tailor a package to suit your needs for before, during, & after the Grand Prix. Please use the form here to get quotes or contact ✆ +44 (0)208 242 4992 (24 hrs) for assistance.
MONACO GRAND PRIX BY HELICOPTER
Monaco Heliport (IATA: MCM, ICAO: LNMC) With an area of only 1.95 square kilometres (0.75 square miles), smaller than New York’s Central Park, Monaco doesn’t have an airport of its own. The closest airport to Monaco is Aéroport de Nice Côte d'Azur, which is a swift 7 min helicopter flight away. Monaco Heliport, also known as Monte Carlo Heliport, is the principality's only aviation facility and is situated in the district of Fontvieille. To hire a helicopter to the Monaco Grand Prix contact any superFLY office and we will send you the lowest price quotations and best available options for your itinerary.
Private Jet airports for the Monaco Grand Prix
Nice Côte d’Azur Airport (IATA: NCE, ICAO: LFMN) Nice Côte d'Azur Airport is located 4 miles southwest of Nice, in the Alpes-Maritimes region, and is France's 3rd busiest airport. It serves as a gateway to Monaco with regular 7 min helicopter shuttle services to and from the Principality.
Cannes-Mandelieu Airport (IATA: CEQ, ICAO: LFMD) Cannes-Mandelieu Airport is located approximately 60km from the Principality of Monaco and although very small is one of the major airport gateways for private jet passengers flying into and from the French Riviera area. This airport permits planes and helicopters to park very close to each other making connections from a plane to a helicopter, or vice versa, very quick and easy.
Riviera Airport (IATA: ALL, ICAO: LIMG) Also known as Albenga Airport or Aeroporto di Villanova d´Albenga, Riviera Airport is situated in northwest Italy, in the region of Liguria. Monaco is less than an hour’s drive away and can be reached by helicopter in 18 minutes. During the busy Monaco Grand Prix period when slots and airport parking can be limited at Nice or Cannes-Mandelieu for private aviation, this airport can offer an additional option to some private jets.