Several air-charter firms and upscale travel companies are packaging private jets and resorts as the new, Covid-19-free vacation.
‘Fair Lady’ has been meticulously restored to look like a 1920s Art Nouveau showpiece, but without sacrificing modern comforts.
Fraudsters are taking advantage of the jump in demand for private flights.
Think private jets, buyouts and a new concept known as the bubble charter.
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In a league of its own, Sunrays has staterooms for 22, a separate owner’s deck and even a disco ball for clubbing. This Oceanco has traveled the world as a charter yacht.
With her showroom look, the just-launched Benetti ‘Lana’ is available to charter for $1.9 million per week.
Chartering for almost $4 million per week, the vessel is the owner’s fantasy come true, with a two-deck spa, dive center, 54 crew that include former Olympic athletes, two helipads, hospital and, of course, a cryotherapy center.
Last year was all about yachting in the Med or even farther afield. In the Covid-19 era, it’s still about getting on the water, but staying close to home.
Born from Covid-19-related inquiries, Flightpooling lets people flying the same routes book a private air charter at lower rates.