5 Popular Winter Private Jet Destinations

Winter private jet destinations: Maldives

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November 29, 2016

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For some, there’s nothing worse than suffering through the cold and wet of winter, and if that sounds like you then the only solution is to treat yourself to some winter sun.

And what better way to get there than aboard your own private jet, ensuring your getaway begins from the moment you leave home.

Departing at a time and place to suit you – no queuing, no time needlessly wasted waiting for a scheduled departure – a journey perfectly tailored to your every need.

All you need to do is tell us where you want to go and when and our team of charter experts will take care of the rest.

In case you need a little inspiration, we’ve put together a list of 5 of the most popular winter private jet destinations – sun-kissed sanctuaries renowned as year-round havens for sun worshippers.

 

The Maldives

The pristine white, silk sand beaches, crystalline azure waters offering some of the best diving and snorkelling in the world – the Maldives deservedly sit atop many traveller’s ultimate holiday destination list. And with resorts offering ever more extravagant degrees of luxury, these islands provide a welcome winter respite to those seeking the VIP experience.

 

Dubai

A destination that really does have it all – chic shops, trendy bars and top-class restaurants, beautiful beaches and some of the finest hotels you’ll find anywhere in the world. And then there’s the temperature, a consistent 30°C, to cap it all off.

 

Antigua

Allegedly boasting a beach for every day of the year, Antigua is a true Caribbean paradise, with a multitude of island resorts to choose from, including exclusive celebrity favourite, Jumby Bay.

 

The Seychelles

The ‘honeymooners’ haven’, you don’t have to be newlyweds to enjoy this archipelago’s delights. Myriad white-sand beaches and luxury resorts to accompany them would be reason enough to go there, but its reputation as ‘the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean’ makes it a must for any ecotourist or nature lover too.

 

Sri Lanka

While prone to two monsoon seasons, Sri Lanka’s south is generally rain free from October to April. Often uncrowded, with temperatures around 30°C, not to mention eight World Heritage Sites, beaches galore and fascinating natural and cultural highlights, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a destination that offers you more.

 

For more information on charter flights to some of our favourite winter private jet destinations, make an enquiry or speak with a member of our team on +44 (0)1737 232230.

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