Do you have the chops – and the money – for this journey 2018 is already good.
If you can’t party hard enough on Dec. 31, a private jet company is offering an unparalleled adventure. On New Year’s Eve, PrivateFly will charter an aircraft from Sydney, Australia to Honolulu, to be effective, so that travellers ring in 2018, not once, but twice.
“This is the ultimate way to see in 2018, when two of the world’s most glamorous locations. The flight from Sydney to Honolulu in a Gulfstream G650ER is 9 hours and 40 minutes, so with the 21-hour time difference, you get to play more than 11 hours of the party, to fly to the east,” said company marketing director Carol Cork.
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“This unique flight experience is only possible by private jet, the times are so tight and there are no timetables to fit on the route,” she added.
While the incredibly luxurious trip will certainly be a challenge your festivities stamina, the cost for admission only can drain your wallet. According to PrivateFly, the route for the 2018 celebrations, tickets cost a cool $22,300 per person, while the charter of an entire aircraft will cost € 290,000 for the intercontinental journey.
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Setting off in a sleek Gulfstream G650ER, which the company claims is the “fastest long-range private jet in the world,” the passengers can entertain in style with a high-tech entertainment system and high-end spirits, champagne and catering. A spacious master suite bedroom cabin is also available if you need to take a break from the fun for some shut eye.
After touching down in Hawaii, there is no need to worry about the jet lag — low cabin under pressure by the trip promises a comfortable and relaxing trip from takeoff to landing.
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Finally, if you have the chops and the cash – to embrace this celebration, 2018 is already looking like a good one.