Destinations only accessible by private jets 2 years ago

Beyond having the luxury of choosing when you want to leave and avoiding busy airports; accessibility is one of the many benefits of flying private. In the United States alone, there are 5,000+ private jet airports compared to the 500 used for commercial flying. Not only do you have the luxury and convenience of landing closer to your destination, but you have the ability to go various locations that commercial flyers simply cannot.

Here is a list of some of the popular destinations that can only be reached by private jets.

Farioe Island,located in the North Atlantic Sea, is described as “A place like no other on Earth”. It is a volcanic island located between Scotland and Iceland. According to Visit Farioe, there are more sheep on the island than humans and you can find the Prime Minister’s phone number in the phone book. If this doesn’t entice you enough, the vibrant island offers a variety of small communities full of art and music and a gastronomic scene worth experiencing.

St. Mortiz, Switzerland, where style, elegance and class meet in one place. The stunning scenery and incredible slopes make St. Moritz one of the most famous holiday destinations in the world. Not only has James Bond, cruised the epic slopes (the Spy who Loved me), but the Winters Olympics have also been held here, not once, but twice. UNESCO, has even named it a World Heritage Site. From the World Class hotels, star-rated restaurants, High-end art galleries to exclusive shopping; St. Mortiz has style, elegance and class on every corner.

Lanai, Hawaii, the smallest inhabited island in the Hawaiian Islands, it offers massive enticements. The nine miles separating Lanai and Maui, puts Lanai in a world of its own. Luxurious hotels are scattered along the coastline, incredible amenities fill the island and world-class golf courses offer championship level experiences. The rugged scenery provides both serenity and adventure.

Buzios Island, located off the coast of Brazil, was rated one of the 10 most beautiful areas in the world. This picturesque fishing village, has over 20 beaches each tailored to your individual wants. Both the sea and the land have activities and adventure to accommodate both the adrenaline junkies and the casual bodysurfers. The island offers amenities for families and individuals of all sizes and budgets.

Paro, Kingdom of Bhutan is hidden in the Himalayas and is full of mystery, magic and tradition. This kingdom lies among the clouds, offering unparalleled views and experiences. The town in filled with sacred sites and historical buildings with traditional Bhutanese architecture. It was not until 1970s that Bhutan invited foreign guests, which has protected the culture and heritage from mass tourism. From the monasteries to the colorful Buddhist Festivals and the majestic hiking trails Bhutan has plenty to offer.

Norman’s Cay, is part of a chain of islands in the Southeast of New Providence, Bahamas. From 1978 to 1982, it served as the headquarters for Carlos Lehders (blow) drug-smuggling operation, as part of the Medellin Cartel. It has since been taken over by the authorities and is ranked one of the most beautiful islands in the Bahamas. The main draw to the island is the three-mile long Norman’s Cay Beach Club situated on the white sandy beaches and crystal-clear blue water. The magnificent views make it a pure paradise. It is great for a vacation but is close enough to Nassau, for the perfect day trip.

These are some of the many destinations offered only to private jet flyers. Through our tiered reward system and subscription-less services, we hope to offer these services to more people.

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