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Charter Your Way to the Top Sports Events of 2024: Book Your Aircraft Now

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With access to over 5,000 aircraft and Helicopters spanning six continents worldwide, our charter experts are ideally placed to source the ideal aircraft for your unique requirements. They are available 24/7 to ensure your flight goes off without a hitch.

From the Dubai World Cup to the European Football Championship, 2024 has huge sporting events. We can organize your helicopter, private jet, or group charter for these events.

While we’re adept at arranging charters at short notice, if you’re planning on traveling to any of 2024’s major sporting events, we recommend booking early so we can secure the best helicopter, private jet, or group charter rates on your behalf.

So, you know what’s coming up this year? We’ve compiled a list of some of the top sporting events worldwide to inspire your next charter with us. Contact one of our experts at your local office and book your travel for 2024 today.


Africa Cup of Nations

When: 13 Jan – 11 Feb

Where: Ivory Coast (Côte d'Ivoire)

This biannual football tournament is a four-week competition featuring 24 teams from around Africa. This year, AFCON 2023 takes place in Ivory Coast, which beat Guinea, Zambia, and Algeria to hosting duties.

Australian Open

When: 14 Jan – 28 Jan

Where: Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

The first Grand Slam of 2024 sees the world’s best tennis players compete on the hard courts at Melbourne Park. World No. 1 Novak Djokovic has won the competition a record ten times and will once again be the one to beat.


Six Nations

When: 2 Feb – 16 Mar

Where: England, France, Italy, Ireland, Scotland, Wales

This annual men’s rugby union championship welcomes fans to Twickenham Stadium in London, Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Stadio Olimpico in Rome, and several French venues to watch England, Scotland, Wales, Italy, France and defending champions Ireland battle it out for this year’s crown.


When: 11 Feb

Where: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

One of the most-watched sporting events of the year heads to Sin City for the first time. “The Big Game” has become a much-loved American tradition featuring East and West American football conference winners.

World Team Table Tennis Championships

When: 16 Feb – 25 Feb

Where: Busan Exhibition and Convention Center, Busan, South Korea

Having been canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19, Busan will become the first South Korean City to host the World Table Tennis Championships in 2024. China's men's team holds a record 22 World Team Championship titles and will once again be the team to beat. Still, all nations have something to play for, with the quarterfinalists automatically qualifying for the 2024 Summer Olympics.

Bahrain Grand Prix

When: 29 Feb – 2 Mar

Where: Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain

The 2024 F1 season kicks off in the Middle East, with teams and their drivers descending on the Bahrain International Circuit. This race always brings an extra level of intrigue, as it reveals which teams have produced the best-performing cars during the off-season.


Cheltenham Festival

When: 12 Mar – 15 Mar

Where: Cheltenham Racecourse, England, UK

The Cheltenham Festival is one of the most significant horse-racing events of the year. Whether you have tickets to Champion Hurdle Tuesday or the Cheltenham Gold Cup, we can arrange your helicopter charter to a Helipad, located a few hundred meters from the racecourse, and a private jet charter to a nearby airport of your choice.

Dubai World Cup

When: 30 Mar

Where: Meydan Racecourse, Dubai, UAE

The culmination of the nine-week Dubai World Cup Carnival sees thoroughbred horses, jockeys, and owners from across the globe descend on the Meydan Racecourse to win millions of dollars in prize money. One of the world’s richest horse races, the Dubai World Cup attracts super-wealthy spectators and sets the city abuzz with activity.


The Masters

When: 8-14 Apr

Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, Georgia, USA

The U.S. Masters is the first, and perhaps the most prestigious, of the year’s four major annual golfing championships. The main tournament takes place over the last four days, from Thursday to Sunday, but there are practices and other events, including the Par-3 contest, to enjoy throughout the week.

The Grand National

When: 11 Apr – 13 Apr

Where: Aintree Racecourse, England, UK

This world-famous handicap steeplechase occurs yearly at Aintree Racecourse, with horses jumping 30 fences over two laps. Our team at Advent Jets will once again be there to greet everyone arriving by helicopter.

Chinese Grand Prix

When: 19 Apr – 21 Apr

Where: Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai

The Formula One teams head to the bright lights of Shanghai for the Chinese Grand Prix for the first time since 2019. Lewis Hamilton has fond memories of the modern Shanghai International Circuit, having claimed victory six times.


Kentucky Derby

When: 4 May

Where: Churchill Downs, Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Established in 1875, the Kentucky Derby caps the two-week-long Kentucky Derby Festival. In the United States, the one-and-a-quarter-mile dash is known as the “fastest two minutes in sports,” it’s the first leg of the American Triple Crown (followed by the Preakness Stakes and the Belmont Stakes).

French Open

When: 20 May – 9 Jun

Where: Stade Roland Garros, Paris, France

Top tennis players worldwide head to the clay courts of Roland Garros for the French Open – one of four grand slams on the tennis calendar. Can Rafael Nadal claim the title for a record-breaking fifteenth time, or will Novak Djokovic triumph?

Monaco Grand Prix

When: 24 May – 26 May

Where: Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco

This exclusive Formula One race draws affluent crowds far and wide to the glamorous French Riviera. Drivers whiz around Monaco’s narrow streets as spectators cheer them on from the stands and private yachts in the marina.

Indianapolis 500

When: 26 May

Where: Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indiana, USA

This competition is more than just a 500-mile race around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It marks over a century of history and nostalgia in a fantastic spectacle as 33 cars race for glory.


Champions League Final

When: 1 Jun

Where: Wembley Stadium, London, England, UK

The final Champions League clash occurs at historic Wembley Stadium this year, as Europe’s top two club teams battle it out for the famous footballing cup. Our group charter division flew more than 2,000 fans, teams, and sponsors to the final in Turkey in 2023.

ICC T20 Cricket World Cup

When: 4 Jun – 30 Jun

Where: West Indies & USA

The biennial tournament’s ninth edition is hosted by the United States for the first time, along with the West Indies. Matches will be held in Dallas, Florida, and New York, along with seven Caribbean islands. Defending champions England hope to come out on top again as 20 teams compete for the coveted trophy.


Euro 2024

When: 14 Jun – 14 Jul y

Where: Germany

The European Football Championship returns to its usual four-year cycle after the 2020 edition was postponed until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our experienced charter experts are on hand across Europe and in Frankfurt to provide the best air charter solutions to get you there.

24 Hours of Le Mans

When: 15 Jun – 16 Jun

Where: Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France

The most significant event in endurance racing is held in the French town of Le Mans, testing the durability of the drivers and their sports cars as they speed around the track for 24 hours, attempting to go further than any of their rivals.

Royal Ascot

When: 18 Jun – 22 Jun

Where: Ascot Racecourse, England, UK

Founded in 1711 by Queen Anne, Ascot Racecourse still has close ties to the British royal family. Whether you’ve got tickets for one day of Royal Ascot or all five, elevate your travel experience by chartering a helicopter via one of our charter experts. We can also arrange your private jet travel to an airport in London and your helicopter transfer to the event.

Tour de France

When: 29 Jun – 21 Jul

Where: Italy, France and Monaco

With 21 stages over 23 days, this world-famous annual cycling competition comprises several contests, but the most coveted prize goes to the overall general classification winner. This year is the first time the race isn’t finishing in the French capital due to ongoing preparations for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic.



When: 1 Jul – 14 Jul

Where: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, Wimbledon, England, UK

Wimbledon’s grass courts host the world’s best players for two weeks of competition in this prestigious grand slam. Carlos Alcaraz became the third-youngest men's player to win the tournament in 2023 after an incredible five-set thriller against Novak Djokovic.

Summer Olympics

When: 26 Jul – 11 Aug

Where: Paris, France

The 2024 Summer Olympics, also known as Paris 2024, will mainly occur in the French capital. However, some events like football, sailing, and surfing will also be held in 16 other cities and the French overseas territory of Tahiti.


America’s Cup

When: 22 Aug – 20 Oct

Where: Barcelona, Spain

The 37th America’s Cup (the Auld Mug) occurs along the Barcelona coastline. Dating back to 1851, the renowned sailing event is the world’s oldest international sporting trophy and remains one of the toughest competitions. Five teams compete in the Challenger Selection Series before taking on the defending champions in a showdown in October.

U.S. Open

When: 26 Aug – 8 Sep

Where: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, New York City, USA

The U.S. Open brings the world’s best tennis players to Flushing Meadows in New York City for two weeks of competition. Novak Djokovic claimed his record 24th grand slam at the tournament last year, so can he hold off another charge from Carlos Alcaraz?

Summer Paralympics

When: 28 Aug – 8 Sep

Where: Paris, France

Like the Summer Olympics, the 2024 Summer Paralympics are hosted mainly in Paris. The tournament features 549 events across 22 sports, with a record 235 women’s medal events.


Singapore Grand Prix

When: 20 Sep – 22 Sep

Where: Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore

The original Singapore Grand Prix was held at Thomson Road from 1966 to 1973 before returning to the F1 calendar in 2008 at the picturesque Marina Bay. The race was controversial due not only to a deliberate crash from the Renault team but also because it was the first-ever F1 race held at night.

UCI Road World Championships

When: 21 Sep – 29 Sep

Where: Zurich, Switzerland

The annual bicycle road racing world championship includes road races, individual time trials, and a mixed-team relay. It’s held in a different city or region every year, with the Swiss city of Zurich hosting in 2024.

MotoGP Grand Prix of Indonesia

When: 27 Sep – 29 Sep

Where: Mandalika Circuit, Indonesia

It’s a MotoGP in paradise as riders take on the new Mandalika Circuit on Lombok’s southern coast. The 4.3km street-style circuit boasts spectacular Pacific Ocean views, meaning spectators can soak up the scenery whilst watching the action on the track.

ICC Women's T20 World Cup

When: Sep – Oct

Where: Bangladesh

This biennial international women’s cricket tournament started in 2009 with eight participants, but this number has since increased to 10. Australia claimed their sixth title after beating hosts South Africa in the final.


MotoGP Grand Prix of Japan

When: 4 Oct – 6 Oct

Where: Twin Ring Motegi, Japan 

Japan has a long motorsports heritage, and the country’s MotoGP is a homecoming for big-name teams Yamaha, Honda, and Suzuki. Set in the beautiful Kanto region, Twin Ring Motegi is known for its track’s dramatic stop-start hairpins and also showcases historic motorcycles and cars at the Honda Collection Hall.

America's Cup Match

When: 12 Oct – 20 Oct

Where: Barcelona, Spain

Dubbed “the race with no second place”, this annual showdown between yachting’s two best teams has been going for over 170 years. This year, reigning champions Emirates Team New Zealand will face the winner of the Challenger Selection Series in a 13-race match, with the first team to win seven races clinching the coveted trophy.


MotoGP Grand Prix of Malaysia

When: 1 Nov – 3 Nov

Where: Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia

Malaysia’s MotoGP makes for a thrilling race, featuring one of the longest laps in MotoGP. With two long straights, tight hairpin turns, and wide corners, Sepang International Circuit’s unique track gives riders plenty of opportunities to showcase some exciting overtaking maneuvers.

Melbourne Cup

When: 5 Nov

Where: Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

The “race that stops the nation” takes place on the first Tuesday in November every year and is even a national holiday in the states of Victoria and the ACT. Held at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, the horse race has created historical moments, legendary victories, and interstate rivalries since its inception in 1861.


Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

When: 6 Dec – 8 Dec

Where: Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi

This thrilling race draws the Formula One season to a close at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi. The Drivers' Championship winners and the Constructors' Championship are officially crowned on this day. or 833-444-9494 . Advent Jets will help facilitate your private aviation needs, VIP tickets, and accommodations.

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