Mercury Jets is an on-demand air charter provider specializing in private jet and turboprop charters in Mayotte. Our team is composed of industry-leading professionals dedicated to providing our customers with the ultimate air charter experience. We are committed to safety, reliability, and white glove customer service. To obtain a charter quote tailored to your specific needs, please fill in the request form or call our agents 24/7 at +57 (300) 929-5246.
About Mayotte and Places to Visit
Mercury Jets provides private jet charter flights to and from Mayotte.
In the Straits of Mozambique, between northern Madagascar and Mozambique, lies the island nation of Mayotte in the western Indian Ocean. Here live about 200 thousand residents in small huts made of clay and wood, each of which has a unique shape and coloring. The climate is tropical without dramatic temperature changes, around 24 degrees all year round.
Mayotte has preserved its African roots, rich flora and fauna, and centuries-old traditions. The archipelago has about 20 small islands and two main ones in one of the world’s most beautiful and largest enclosed lagoons. It is a natural aquarium where it is possible to see small, colorful fish, dolphins, turtles, and coral reefs. In addition, the botanical garden in Kokoni for guests has a lot of flowers and beautiful palm and coconut trees. To the southwest of the island is N’Guia, the most beautiful and famous beach in the country. Most of the companies and services of the island are located in the city of Mamutsu, especially in the Mariage Square, in the center of the town. Scattered along the coast are fishing villages, alleys of coconut trees, and numerous hiking trails. Mayotte has several comfortable hotels, like Le Jardin Maore or Sakouli, with a terrace, bathroom, and stunning lagoon views.
The public Dzaoudzi-Pamandzi International Airport (DZA, FMCZ) is excellent for private charters to and from Mayotte. It is located on the southern tip of the island of Petit Ter and regularly receives more than 400,000 passengers per year.