World-Class Hotels Offering Private Jet Experiences | Black Platinum Gold

Flying private jets is better than even first class on commercial flights, therefore we were expecting nothing less than ultra-luxury private tours from the most famous names within the Luxury Travel:


Elevating the Anantara concept of luxury travel to new heights thanks to a partnership with MJets, the bespoke aviation airline, discerning travellers can now curate the ultimate tour of the Indian Ocean: Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas has launched the Anantara Private Jet Experience, an incredible voyage of discovery around the Maldives, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

Guests can now seamlessly combine luxurious stays at Anantara properties with the ease and convenience of private jet transportation. Signature hotels, Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas and Anantara Peace Haven Tangalle Resort, have been intrinsically linked for the first time, offering a marvelous way to discover the hidden treasure of this breathtaking corner of the world.

Embarking in the fabled city of Bangkok, known for its vibrant street life and elaborate shrines, guests can soar between the luscious jungle and coconut fringed shores of Sri Lanka to the myriad blue tones of the spectacular Maldives.

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The Anantara Private Jet Experience can be tailored to suit each guest’s individual tastes and requirements and scaled to accommodate intimate couples’ celebrations or larger group parties.


The Aman Global Private Jet Tour chauffeurs you around in an Airbus ACJ 319, fitted with living rooms, bedrooms, and bathrooms with showers.From 20 March to 10 April 2020, up to 16 guests can join this round-the-world expedition, travelling by private jet and staying exclusively in Amanproperties. See Tokyo and Shanghai from a new perspective; relax on Vietnam and Phuket’s most secluded shores; embrace the majestic landscapes of Bhutan and Rajasthan; and explore the historic coastlines of Montenegro and Greece. Ending with a flourish at Aman’s Venice palazzo, this unprecedented journey is a Grand Tour for the 21st century.Aman has partnered with luxury-travel designer Remote Lands for the expedition.


With well over 100 properties now operational worldwide, there’s plenty of scope for Four Seasons to expand its affiliation with NetJets in future, but this isn’t the company’s first foray into private-jet travel. In 2015, it launched the world’s first fully branded private jet: a retrofitted Boeing 757 with just 52 flat-bed passenger seats (when used by commercial airlines, these aircraft accommodate hundreds of customers). With tickets made available for individual purchase, that plane is used to fly groups on set round-the-world itineraries to a predetermined collection of hotels and with communal guest experiences for the group arranged in advance.The new 2019 itineraries include the 23-day World of Adventures tour (October 23 to November 15), which will incorporate a three-night cruise in the Galapagos and gorilla viewing in Rwanda. It costs from $143,000 per person.


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