Magellan Jets Offers VIP Trip to Wimbledon

The Championships at Wimbledon have taken place since 1877, crowning renowned players like Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, and the Williams sisters over the last few decades. This year, Magellan Jets’ Centre Court Private VIP Suite Package, which is available throughout the competition (June 23 through July 6), provides exclusive access to tennis’s premier event.

One-day packages include a round-trip charter flight through London City Airport; all-day chauffeured car service; personal ushers to and from reserved, extra-spacious, padded seats; and a private suite and balcony at Centre Court—the main court for Wimbledon, which features a retractable roof to guarantee play, rain or shine. Elevated above the crowds, the private suites are located just a few minutes’ walk from the seats and can accommodate groups of 10 or 20. They offer butler service, plasma TVs, and air-conditioning.

Among the available items on Magellan Jets’ itineraries are a vintage-Champagne reception, four-course à la carte meals, and post-match afternoon tea with desserts. Guests will also receive gifts including souvenir merchandise and VIP passes to Wimbledon-related events. Prices for the packages will vary based on dates and departure cities. (877.550.5387, www.magellanjets.com/luxury-vacation-packages)

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