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Paris Summer Olympics

A century after Paris last hosted the Olympic Games in 1924, the 2024 Paris Summer Olympics are shaping up to be unlike any the world has ever seen.

Rather than spending billions of euros on white elephant venues in and around Paris, city officials are placing the finishing touches on the Grand Paris Express, a new, state-of-the-art underground rail system connecting central Paris to outlying regions and other major cities.

Only one new arena, an aquatic center in the heart of the city, is under construction for the 2024 Paris Summer Olympics. The remaining events are set to take place in existing sports facilities and at historic sites around the country, all connected by modern, efficient public transportation systems.

With more than 10 million people expected to descend on Paris for this year’s Olympic games, major airports and mass transit systems are sure to be busy. Call your flight broker today to avoid the crush of long lines and postponed commercial flights. Global Air Charters can connect you to your choice of major hubs or to smaller airfields just minutes from hotels and events around the country.

Historic Landmarks and 21st Century Sports Facilities

The 2024 Paris Olympics Committee promises a blend of history and modernity with its choice of event sites, showcasing both iconic landmarks and contemporary structures.

Bordeaux Stadium, a unique open-air facility, tucked between the enchanting Floral Gardens and the vast Bois de Bordeaux Forest in France’s wine country, is just one of several French stadiums playing host to Olympic football matches.

The palace lawn of Château de Versailles, the opulent former residence of Louis XIV, is transforming into a temporary outdoor arena for equestrian events, merging the splendor of the past with the modern spirit of Olympic competition.

The Champ de Mars, a well-manicured park on the grounds of the world-renowned Eiffel Tower, has long been a favorite public meeting spot for Parisians and visitors alike. This year, a temporary stadium in the park will provide up-close views of beach volleyball competitions in the shadow of France’s most famous landmark.

The Grand Palais, a glass-domed architectural wonder, was built for the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1900. The building and grounds recently underwent their first complete renovations, just in time for Olympic fencing and taekwondo.

The Parc Urbain La Concorde, the largest city park in Paris, is the perfect spot for urban sports such as BMX cycling and, for the first time, Olympic breakdancing.

For the truly adventurous, the Marseille Marina, on the Mediterranean coast of southern France, will play host to sailing events, while Olympic officials in the village of Teahupo’o, on the southern coast of Tahiti, prepare temporary viewing stands for the 2024 Olympic surfing competitions.

Each venue for the 2024 Paris Summer Olympics has been carefully selected to offer athletes and spectators alike a memorable experience, and Global Air Charters offers tailored flights to your favorite Olympic events.

Schedule Your Charter Flights to the 2024 Paris Olympics

Whether flying directly to Paris and availing yourself of the city’s modern public transportation systems, or venturing to Bordeaux, Marseille, and even Tahiti for your favorite games, take flight aboard one of our modern airframes. Global Air Charters can connect you to major Parisian commercial hubs such as Charles de Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport, or fly you directly to smaller, less crowded airfields in each of the cities hosting Olympic events.

Contact your flight broker today to check availability of our empty legs seating options or to schedule your own custom flight itinerary to the 2024 Paris Olympics.

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