Plan Your Next Trip and Travel in Comfort Aboard Your Own Aircraft
When you own a private jet, the world is at your fingertips.
You don’t have to wait for a commercial airline’s schedule to be just right, and you can skip the long lines through airport security.
Instead, stretch out on your own aircraft, where your personal crew ensures you have everything you need.
Just be sure that your aircraft maintenance is up to snuff before you depart to one of these incredible cities for your next vacation.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Located in Western Asia, Dubai is a capital city on the rise, offering visitors fine art, shopping, exquisite cuisine, theme parks, and world-class spas. An island oasis, Dubai is home to gorgeous beaches for sun worshippers to visit and follow-up with decadent dining and five-star accommodations. Once a small fishing village, Dubai has grown into an island metropolis with more than 3 million residents calling it home.
With two world-class airports, including Dubai International Airport (DXB), it’s easy to arrive in the United Arab Emirates and quickly find yourself at home. And because Dubai is no stranger to hosting travelers with their own private aircraft, your flight crew can easily plan your route and landing.
Amalfi Coast, Italy
Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its unsurpassable beauty, the Amalfi Coast in Italy’s Campania region is sure to delight every member of your traveling party. With 34 miles of majestic seaside terrain with coastal cliffs and turquoise waters of the Mediterranean, the Amalfi Coast is made up of 13 towns, all connected with one central highway – making for one of the most scenic drives in the world.
Visit Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, Praiano, Minori, and Cetera, as you dine your way through jaw-dropping topography before taking breaks on gorgeous beaches. Named No. 2 on a list of the Best Honeymoon Destinations in Europe by the U.S. News & World Report, the Amalfi Coast is too beautiful to miss, particularly when you can fly straight into its awe-inspiring villages, rather than travel from Roma or Napoli, via your private jet.
Napa Valley, California, USA
Known as “Wine Country,” Napa Valley in northern California is home to world-class vineyards, haute cuisine, and scenery that evokes a very painterly impression. Follow along historic wine trails and taste California whites and reds to your heart’s content, paired with locally grown, chef-prepared meals unlike any other.
With five distinct towns, including St. Helena, Yountville, Napa, American Canyon, and Calistoga, Napa Valley is just north of San Francisco and is easily accessible via five airports. And don’t think Napa is only all about wine; there are plenty of activities for visitors who are younger than 21, too, so bring the whole family.
The largest city in Germany by both area and population, Berlin is renowned for its landmarks, vibrant culture, and relaxed vibe. If you’re looking for a city that will let you slow down and take a look around, Berlin is it. Visit historic sites, like the Reichstag or the Brandenburg Gate, or take in important museums and memorials. Don’t forget to visit one of many biergartens to sample bier unique to the region that you won’t find anywhere else. Catch the Berlin Philharmonic in its iconic theatre – and enjoy the fresh air in Germany’s greenest city.
The Berlin-Brandenburg Airport is currently the city’s sole international airport; but German cities are easy to travel between, thanks to Europe’s well-developed rail system.
Love art? Then add Oslo to your list of places you must visit. Home to two of Europe’s biggest art museums – the MUNCH and the National Museum, Oslo welcomes visitors with open arms. And with plenty of other things to do – many of which are totally free – you can splurge on getting to Norway’s capital city by flying in a private jet.
Don’t miss plenty of day trips near Oslo, too, and get back to nature at charming seaside destinations along Oslofjord.
Travel During the Off-Season for the Most Enjoyable Trips
You fly privately – so why not enjoy fewer crowds and access to exclusive locales when you travel during less-popular times? Oslo in winter is beautiful – and hosts fewer tourists, thanks to Scandi seasonality. And skipping Berlin during Oktoberfest will save you plenty of stress.