“Passport to the World” Ultimate Private Jet Travel Experience

Even the most seasoned traveler likely hasn’t traveled around the entire world. But a new exclusive world journey designed by a world leader in luxury travel, Abercrombie & Kent, in partnership with the private aviation experts at Flexjet, is about to provide the ultimate luxury world travel experience.

Abercrombie & Kent was founded in 1962 by Geoffrey Kent, who still runs the company. It remains a highly respected travel company and frequent award winner, and was recently named the World’s Leading Luxury Tour Operator at the World Travel Awards.

The custom journey, called Passport to the World, includes a variety of extravagant features:

  • Up to 8 guests will travel to the most alluring destinations, including Japan, China, Hong Kong, India, Turkey, and France — the path is customized by you.
  • Travel in a Challenger 605 business jet with large windows, the latest audio and video systems, global Wi-Fi, and leather seats that transform into beds that lay flat.
  • Attentive service and insider access to the sites you want to see to ensure every encounter is unforgettable and inspiring.

“Traveling by private jet makes it possible to visit some of the most inspiring World Heritage sites in just two weeks, which under ordinary circumstances would be difficult — perhaps impossible — to see on a single trip,” said Geoffrey Kent in the recent press release.

The UNESCO World Heritage sites spotlight the most fascinating (and sometimes the most threatened) places and customs around the globe. It includes such places as the Kremlin and Red Square, Phoenix Islands, Cappadocia, the Borobudur Temple Compounds, and many others.

The 14-day Passport to the World starts at $1.5 million. The route is completely customized to the traveler who also chooses when to take their trip. It is being talked about as the ideal gift for weddings, anniversaries, and graduations.

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