Weird and wonderful concept planes that history forgot
1 June 2018 by Claire EllisWhile many of us can tell a Boeing 747 from an Airbus A320, we often fail to recognise the design-forward planes of the past that tried to take the aviation industry in a new design direction. Join us to explore the weird and wonderful planes that failed to become household names.
Taking life down a gear
1 June 2018 by Claire EllisAs part of an incentive for 130 of their Chinese dealers and customers, a leading car manufacturer was arranging an exclusive party at a castle in Ibiza, followed by a visit to their head office in Stuttgart.
The world’s most extravagant private jet interiors
31 May 2018 by Claire EllisHere are the world’s most extravagant private jet interiors, featuring everything from anti-ballistic defence systems to Hollywood-themed designs.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
31 May 2018 by Claire EllisProudly positioned on the Strip next to the Bellagio, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers modern luxury at the heart of the City of Lights.
Your jet-setting guide to golfing around Australia in 2018
30 May 2018 by Claire EllisWith more than 1,800 golf courses scattered from stunning coast to stunning coast, golf tourism in Australia has become big business. For a golf trip unlike any other, charter a private jet Down Under to some of the world’s best golf courses and tours.
29 May 2018 by Claire EllisAmangiri is a remote luxury hideaway nestled in a cliff-curve amid the dramatic canyons of the American Southwest.
What Hollywood got right (and wrong) about the future of aviation
29 May 2018 by Claire EllisFrom flying cars to hoverboards and time travel, Hollywood’s portrayal of the future of aviation has been both fictional and fulfilled. Join us to explore what Hollywood got right (and wrong) about the future of air travel.
A flying start to married life
28 May 2018 by Claire EllisA travel company came to us on behalf of a wedding planner organising a lavish Indian wedding.
What is the best wine to enjoy on a private jet
27 May 2018 by Claire EllisWhen uncorking your favourite wine at 35,000 feet, it can taste totally different in the air and after landing. Join us to explore why this happens and which wines should be your new favourite in-flight tipple.
A match-day football mission
26 May 2018 by Claire EllisAs part of a series of international friendlies, an Asian national football team had matches lined up in Northern Ireland and Poland just three days apart.
Self-flying planes and the future of air travel
25 May 2018 by Claire EllisSelf-flying aircraft could be taking off sooner than you think, but not everyone is onboard with the idea. Join Air Charter Service and delve into the future of air travel, where self-flying planes could become the new norm.
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