One of the world’s most influential cities and the capital city of France, Paris is a hub for all things art, culture, fashion and gastronomy. Built around the River Seine, which crawls through the city’s centre, Paris is a maze of beautiful boulevards, cafe culture and iconic landmarks.

Where to stay: 

LE MEURICE:

Situated in the heart of the city, on one of the most prominent thoroughfares in Paris, rue de Rivoli, the 5-star Le Meurice Hotel is as central as they get. Just ten minutes by foot to the Louvre and minutes to the Champs-Élysées via the Paris Métro, this 19th-century palace is fronted by the Tuileries Garden, which creates a suburban feeling in a truly urban setting.

Le Meurice hosts 160 rooms and suites delicately designed by Charles Jouffre and outfitted in typical Parisian style. Residences feature lavish textiles and traditional furnishings and are complimented with antique accents throughout. All rooms are unique in their detail yet remain consistent in their dedication to beauty.

For a little extra space, Le Meurice offers a selection of suites. Perfect for more extended visits, these spaces come in seven different variations, from Junior Suites to the Prestige Suite, all of which have been designed with inspiration from visionary designers Lally & Berger.

MANDARIN ORIENTAL:

Opening in 2011, the Mandarin Oriental Paris was the renowned brand’s first hotel in France, joining their boutique collection of only 13 European hotels.

Located along one of Paris’ oldest streets, rue Saint-Honoré, this hotel sits amongst the stores of many of jewellery and fashion’s biggest names. The hotel’s central location brings many of Paris’ best-known landmarks and attractions within walking distance.

The Mandarin Oriental Paris comprises 135 rooms and suites, all of which are designed to blend ornate Parisian charm with refined oriental practicality seamlessly. In total, the hotel offers 20 varying room types, from the Superior Room to The Mandarin Terrace Room. Suites come in 15 guises, including The Parisian Apartment, one of the most spacious residences in all of Paris, complete with two living rooms and its own landscaped terrace.

LE BRISTOL:

As the first of Paris’ hotels to be designated a ‘palace’, Le Bristol is famous for its historic architecture, which dates back to 1925. Elegantly adorned with classic French decor, Le Bristol is the quintessential Parisian hotel.

The property’s recently-refurbished residences are split across two buildings which are adjoined via a long galleried glass hall. Rooms are spacious, some of the roomiest in all of Paris, and many provide stunning views of the property’s internal courtyard. Decor focuses heavily on floral styles and antique-style furnishings, enriching the classical Parisian feel of the property.

What to do:

NATURE: The Jardin des Plantes is a botanical garden in central Paris which was founded in 1626 as a royal garden of medicinal plants. The garden-museum complex, which cultivates around 23,500 species of plants, including cacti, orchids, iris and Alpine plants, is also home to a botanical library of various natural history and a small zoo.

CULTURE: A centre of fashion, cuisine, art and architecture, Paris has no shortage of cultural offerings. Amongst these are The Sacré-Coeur Basilica, The Louvre Museum, The Musée d’Orsay, The Notre-Dame Cathedral, The Arc de Triomphe, and of course, The Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars.

ADVENTURE: Those seeking a more adventurous experience should partake in one of the guided Eiffel Tower climbing experiences. These tours take you to the tower’s second floor, 377 feet high and offer the ultimate views of the Parisian skyline. Optional tour upgrades allow you to ascend a further 500 feet above the second floor with only the landmark’s antennae above you. Up here, only the sound of the wind can be heard, leaving you feeling like you are on top of the world – truly exhilarating!

Getting there: 

Charter a jet and fly into Paris Le Bourget Airport (LFPB/LBG).

Approximate flight times:

Dubai ✈ Paris7 hours 15 minutes
London ✈ Paris50 minutes
New York ✈ Paris6 hours 45 minutes
Singapore ✈ Paris13 hours 30 minutes
Zurich ✈ Paris1 hour

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Situated in the heart of Switzerland’s Engadin valley, St. Moritz is one of the most exclusive ski resorts in the world. Originally a summer spa resort, thanks to its mineral springs, St. Moritz was the birthplace of Alpine tourism and has also hosted the Winter Olympics on two separate occasions.

Where to stay: 

BADRUTT’S PALACE HOTEL:

Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is a luxury hotel in the centre of St. Moritz, which dates back to 1896.


This grand hotel has often been hailed as a local landmark and features 155 elegantly decorated guest rooms, including 43 individual suites, all with views towards either Lake St. Moritz or the quaint village centre.


The hotel’s very own Palace Wellness Spa features extensive fitness facilities, massage and beauty treatments, an indoor infinity swimming pool and an outdoor heated swimming pool – a truly magical experience when it’s snowing. Situated at the front of the hotel is its very own ice rink, perfect for ice skating, a round of ice hockey or a game of curling.

CARLTON HOTEL:

Located on the northern side of Lake St. Moritz, high above the village centre, Carlton Hotel is the smallest of St. Moritz’s five-star hotels and offers a more boutique experience than some of its larger neighbours.


This palatial hotel offers 60 suites with captivating panoramic views of lake St. Moritz and the Engadine Valley. Its interior has been elegantly decorated by renowned interior designer Carlo Rampazzi and combines a tasteful balance of traditional and contemporary features.


After a long day on the slopes, the Carlton Spa is a space designed for relaxation and rejuvenation. Set over three floors, this beautiful spa offers a multitude of holistic treatments, yoga and massage options, saunas, steam baths, an indoor and outdoor pool, and a well-equipped fitness room.

GRAND HOTEL DES BAINS KEMPINSKI:

Initially built in 1864 as a summer spa hotel, the Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski is the only five-star ski-in, ski-out hotel in St. Moritz. Nestled in a stunning mountain setting between the two famous skiing areas of Corvatsch and Corvigliam, this iconic hotel is perfect for avid skiers and winter sports enthusiasts.


Following recent extensive renovation, accommodation is split across 228 rooms, suites and residences. Rooms are elegantly decorated in neutral shades of beige and brown, complemented by gold accents, contemporary furnishings and artwork reminiscing on the resort’s winter sporting history.


The in-house 2,400-square-metre Alpine Spa provides six types of sauna, indoor pool, Kneipp baths and gym, along with pampering wellness treatments. Meanwhile, the hotel is home to two-Michelin-Star restaurant, Cà d’Oro, and also the Lobby Bar, both of which offer a selection of culinary delights.

What to do:

NATURE: The Engadine Valley is home to the Swiss National Park, a vast 170-square-kilometre haven for all things outdoors. Founded in 1914, it is the oldest national park in the Alps and is home to a captivating variety of wildlife and fauna, including ibexes, chamois, marmots, bearded vultures and golden eagles.

CULTURE: St. Moritz is a culturally rich town with a great offering of art galleries, museums and libraries. One of the best is the Museum Engiadinais, which is found in central St. Moritz. Set in a building designed by renowned architect Nicolaus Hartmann, the museum houses several permanent exhibitions as well as temporary displays which are regularly updated.

ADVENTURE: Aside from skiing and other obvious options, the St. Moritz Tobogganing Club and its infamous Cresta Run are worthy of a visit for any thrill-seeking visitor. A natural ice run which has been rebuilt from scratch every year since 1884, the Cresta Run is 1.2 kilometres long and snakes its way down from St. Moritz to the nearby village of Celerina, formerly known as Cresta. Not for the faint-hearted, the Cresta Run has ten named corners and a gradient that varies from 1 in 2.8 to 1 in 8.7.

Getting there: 

Charter a jet and fly into the regional Samedan Airport (SMV/LSZS). Located in the heart of the Engadine Valley, Samedan Airport is only five kilometres by road from St. Moritz.

Approximate flight times:

Dubai ✈ St. Moritz6 hours 15 minutes
London ✈ St. Moritz1 hour 30 minutes
New York ✈ St. Moritz7 hours 30 minutes
Paris ✈ St. Moritz1 hour 15 minutes
Singapore ✈ St. Moritz13 hours
Zurich ✈ St. Moritz30 minutes

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Praslin Island is Seychelles’ second largest and most visited granite island in the archipelago. Its pristine white sandy beaches are surrounded by warm turquoise waters and incredible coral reef formations, which create the most astonishing snorkelling experience amidst a host of thriving marine life. Complemented by a backdrop of lush green foliage and its long ridge of mountains, Praslin Island is home to an assortment of rare birds and exotic wildlife, making it the perfect place for many a type of explorers.

Where to stay: 

Set on the shores of Petite Anse Kerlan on the northwest coast of the Island is the Constance Lemuria Resort. This five-star luxury beachfront resort is fringed by tropical flora and fauna and sublime beaches. Scattered throughout the resort are 105 spacious suites and villas, each built with traditional thatched roofs and exquisite interiors crafted from natural materials including wood, marble, limestone, and pink granite. It has four restaurants, five bars, an outdoor spa facility, and an elegant three-floor swimming pool, which looks like it was crafted by nature. It is also home to the only 18-hole golf course in Seychelles.

Surrounded by a crystal blue ocean and nestled among palm trees, the award-winning Le Chateau de Feuilles is a luxury boutique hotel and spa. With just nine rooms and suites, each offering spectacular panoramic views, this prestigious hotel is as exclusive as they come. It boasts a restaurant that serves an array of fresh homemade seafood and meat dishes using vegetables from its own organic garden. It also has an organic swimming pool and a helipad for those wishing to arrive in ultimate style. It also has it’s very own private island, Grande Soeur.

If you are looking for seclusion, tranquillity, and surreal natural beauty coupled with refined elegance, personalised service, and Creole flair, then Hotel L’Archipel is the place for you. One of the Island’s finest hotels, it offers the ultimate in luxury with an assortment of rooms and suites, amazing restaurants, a pool and spa, all nestled amongst its tropical garden and overlooking its private beach.

What to do:

NATURE: For nature and wildlife lovers, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve is the perfect place to explore, find and learn about the unique Praslin endemic species like the Black Parrot, as you walk among the densest coco de mer forest.


Alternatively, head to the stunning Anse Lazio for a sensory overload and incredible sunsets. If you are looking for the perfect location to relax and reconnect, this is it – it’s easy to see why it is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world

CULTURE: For a truly Creole experience, visit the renowned Pirogue Restaurant & Bar, where you can enjoy a memorable meal comprising a wide range of authentic and traditional Seychellois Creole foods.

ADVENTURE: Curieuse Island is the beautiful home of wild Giant Tortoises and is definitely worth a visit if you’re looking for adventure in Praslin. From 1883 until the mid-20th century, the Island was home to a colony of lepers although today only a few old ruins and the doctor’s house, which houses a small museum, remain. Curieuse offers unspoiled wilderness and popular photo opportunities with its granite rock beaches, Coco de Mer palm trees, unspoiled mangrove forests, and of course the quaint, freely-roaming giant tortoises.

Getting there: 

Charter a jet and fly into Seychelles International Airport (SEZ/FSIA). From here, it is possible to transfer to Praslin via a scheduled flight or by private helicopter transfer.

Approximate flight times:

Dubai ✈ Seychelles4 hours 30 minutes
London ✈ Seychelles10 hours
New York ✈ Seychelles16 hours
Paris ✈ Seychelles9 hours 30 minutes
Singapore ✈ Seychelles7 hours
Zurich ✈ Seychelles8 hours 45 minutes

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Located in the North Atlantic Ocean is Iceland, a Nordic island known for its extreme geological contrasts. Home to some of the world’s most active volcanoes, and some of the largest glaciers in Europe, Iceland’s natural scenery is one of the most breath-taking northern destinations.

Where to stay: 

The Diamond Suites boutique hotel is Iceland’s first 5-star hotel that offers exquisite experience, personal services and luxury. Located on the top floor of the renowned Hotel Keflavik, their concept aimed to fill a void that existed in the Icelandic hotel scene. It comprises five luxury suites, each 320–500 square feet in size and individually designed and decorated.

The Reykjavik Edition is located in the downtown area near the old harbour, close to the vibrant city life at Laugavegur Street. Featuring glass exteriors to create an iceberg effect, floors of volcanic basalt and flame-like lighting, the hotel draws its inspiration from Iceland’s reputation as the “Land of Fire and Ice”. The hotel is also home to the Tides restaurant by Gunnar Karl Gíslason, Iceland’s first Michelin-star Chef, which is famous for its modern Icelandic cuisine.

The Blue Lagoon was named one of the 25 wonders of the world by National Geographic, propelling the majestic, healing waters into the upper echelons of global travel destinations. The Retreat at Blue Lagoon, which was included in the Time Magazine’s list of the World’s 100 Greatest Places, is an award-winning luxury resort encompassing a 62-suite hotel, a subterranean spa, Michelin-recommended dining, and a private lagoon sourced from the same healing waters as the Blue Lagoon.

What to do:

NATURE: At about 84 square kilometres and 100 metres above sea level, Thingvallavatn Lake is the largest natural lake in Iceland. The name derives from an Icelandic proverb that means “fertile is water that runs under lava. The pure glacial water from Langjökull filters through bedrock for 40km before emerging in the lake which makes it extremely popular for snorkelling and diving during the summer months. For something a little more relaxing, head to the infamous Blue Lagoon, one of Iceland’s most pristine geothermal heated pools.

Surrounded by nature, Iceland is the perfect place to experience the wild behaviour of minke whales, harbour porpoises, humpback whales and white-beaked dolphins during a whale-watching adventure.

CULTURE: Aside from their Viking roots, Icelanders have a strong culture of food, literature and the arts. Reykjavik is home to many delicious local restaurants serving plenty of traditional Icelandic cuisine. Many restaurants specialise in seafood thanks to the abundance of all manner of fish and shellfish that occupy the Island’s surrounding ocean.

There are many spots to check out in the city, depending on what you are interested in. Fans of architecture must see Hallgrímskirkja church, an expressionist piece which sits in the centre of the city. At the top of the 74.5m building is a panoramic viewing platform from which you can see the entire city in one go.

ADVENTURE: There are many things to do for the more adventurous visitors of Iceland, many of which are from a height. Paragliding is a great way to enjoy the scenic view of Iceland whilst feeling the freedom of a bird at the same time. Helicopter tours also provide one of the most exciting, rewarding and easiest methods of sightseeing some of the country’s major attractions, as well as presenting the chance to look down on a range of dramatic landscapes below.

Getting there: 

Charter a jet and fly into Keflavík Airport (KEF/BIKF). Situated approximately 50 kilometres from Reykjavík city centre, a transfer takes approximately 45-50 minutes each way.

Approximate flight times:

Dubai ✈ Keflavík9 hours
London ✈ Keflavík2 hours 50 minutes
New York ✈ Keflavík5 hours
Paris ✈ Keflavík3 hours 20 minutes
Singapore ✈ Keflavík15 hours 15 minutes
Zurich ✈ Keflavík3 hours 45 minutes

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One of two airports which serves Iceland’s capital city of Reykjavík, Keflavík Airport is located approximately 50 kilometres (45 minutes) by road from Reykjavík and provides 24-hour operations.

General Information:

Country:Iceland
Closest City:Keflavík
ICAO:BIKF
IATA:KEF
Latitude:63.985
Longitude:-22.6055556
Region:Europe
Time Zone:GMT

Handling Agents & FBOs:

ACE FBO

Address: Building 835, Keflavik International Airport, 235 Keflavik, Iceland
Phone: +354 424 6400
Website: www.acefbo.is
Email: opskef@acefbo.is

IAA KEFLAVIK FBO

Address: Building 810, Keflavik International Airport, 235 Keflavik, Iceland
Phone: +354 551 1022
Website: www.iaa.is
Email: ops@iaa.is

ICELAND JET CENTER

Address: Building 810, Keflavik International Airport, 235 Keflavik, Iceland
Phone: +354 425 0933
Website: www.jetcenter.is
Email: jetcenter@icelandair.is

SOUTH AIR ICELAND

Address: Building 810, Keflavik International Airport, 235 Keflavik, Iceland
Phone: +354 425 5520
Website: www.southair.is
Email: ops@southair.is


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Known by many for the biannual airshow that takes place on alternate years to Farnborough’s Airshow, Paris Le Bourget is one of Europe’s busiest private jet airports and handles around 100,000 private jet flyers each year.

General Information:

Country:France
Closest City:Paris
ICAO:LFPB
IATA:LBG
Latitude:48.9646306
Longitude:2.438025
Region:Europe
Time Zone:CET

Handling Agents & FBOs:

ADVANCED AIR SUPPORT

Address: Hangar H5, Aéroport du Bourget, 1 Av. de l’Europe, 93350 Le Bourget, France
Phone: +33 1 48 35 89 64
Website: www.advancedairsupport.com
Email: handling@advancedairsupport.com

ASTONSKY

Address: Rue de Prague Aéroport de Paris- Le Bourget – Zone Aviateurs, 95500 Le Bourget, France
Phone: +33 1 84 87 03 00
Website: www.astonsky.com
Email: lfpb@astonsky.com

DASSAULT FALCON SERVICE

Address: 53-55 Avenue de l`Europe, Aeroport du Bourget, Le Bourget, F-93352 France
Phone: +33 1 49 34 20 28
Website: www.dassaultfalconservice.com
Email: handling@dassault-falcon.com

JETEX AERO

Address: Aéroport Paris Le Bourget, 6-8 rue Henri Lossier, Bât 34, 93350 Paris
Phone: +33 1 74 37 25 22
Website: www.jetex.aero
Email: fbo-lbg@jetex.com

SIGNATURE FLIGHT SUPPORT

Address: R45 Avenue de l’Europe, Zone Avation d’Affaires, Le Bourget , France 93350
Phone: +33 1 49 92 75 81
Website: www.signatureflight.com
Email: lbgt1@signatureflight.fr

UNIVERSAL AVIATION

Address: Aéroport du Bourget, 9 Avenue de l’Europe, 93350 Le Bourget, France
Phone: +33 1 48 35 96 38
Website: www.universalaviation.aero
Email: france@universalaviation.aero

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Situated at the northern tip of the North China Plain, Beijing is one of the world’s most populous capital cities and the second largest in China. Known as China’s most beautiful city, its mix of urban and traditional architecture dominates the skyline, which comes alive at dusk with thousands of twinkling lights. Although it is deep-rooted in ancient history with its incredible palaces, temples, and parks, Beijing is also home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Where to stay: 

The Mandarin Oriental is a luxury hotel situated in the heart of Beijing city centre and with views over some of the city’s landmarks including The Forbidden City. The hotel offers a variety of rooms and suites as well as a Presidential Suite which features a 300 square metre terrace, which is ideal for entertaining guests.

Not far from the Mandarin Oriental, The Bulgari Hotel is a 5-star hotel located in Beijing’s suburban Chaoyang District. Featuring 119 rooms, this hotel carries the same sleek Italian luxury feel that Bulgari is renowned for.

A little further from the heart of Beijing, the Aman Summer Palace is a luxury resort surrounded by serene garden courtyards and criss-crossed by stately pathways. Being only moments away from East Gate of the UNESCO-protected Palace, the Amam Summer Palace is ideally placed for those looking to embrace some of Beijing’s many cultural offerings.

What to do:

NATURE: The China National Botanical Garden is a large national garden, of some 400 hectares, located between Fragrant Hills Park and Jade Spring Hill in Beijing’s Western Hills. The gardens, which grow over 6,000 species of plants, trees and bushes, also feature a hothouse exhibition with an impressive display of over 300 varieties of orchids.

CULTURE: Beijing is home to seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites (as of 2022), including the infamous Great Wall and The Temple of Heaven.

ADVENTURE: Qinglong Gorge (translated as the Green Dragon Gorge) is a vast body of water, approximately 10 miles long, nestled in a valley and between a breath-taking mountainous backdrop. The gorge is best explored by boat from the north shore, or by bungee jumping or zip line which can be done from the eastern shore.

Getting there: 

Charter a jet and fly into one of two airport serving Beijing – Capital Airport (PEK/ZBAA) to the northeast of the city centre, or Daxing Airport (PKX/ZBAD) to the northwest.

Approximate flight times:

Dubai ✈ Beijing6 hours 30 minutes
London ✈ Beijing9 hours 30 minutes
New York ✈ Beijing13 hours 15 minutes
Paris ✈ Beijing9 hours 30 minutes
Singapore ✈ Beijing5 hours 30 minutes
Zurich ✈ Beijing9 hours 15 minutes

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Made up of more than 330 islands, the Fijian archipelago is perhaps best known for its white sand beaches, thriving coral reef formations, crystal clear lagoons and year-round heat. However, Fiji is so much more than stunning landscapes. The friendly, traditional culture that the country is less commonly known for makes Fiji an ideal destination for those seeking a more cultural adventure.

Where to stay: 

Kokomo Private Island Resort is a tropical hideaway located on Fiji’s Yaukuve Levu Island. Created through esteemed Australian developer Lang Walker AO’s vision to create an island paradise unlike any other. Inspired by Fiji’s sublime beauty and some of the world’s best diving, on the Great Astrolabe Reef, Walker set about developing a resort which delicately portrays everything that Fiji has to offer.


As one of the most exclusive private islands in the world, Kokomo presents an intimate offering of 20 private villas and five hilltop residences that offer panoramic views from sunrise to sunset.

What to do:

NATURE: Located at the foothills of the Nausori Highlands, about 10 minutes drive north of Nadi, The Garden of the Sleeping Giant is a vast area of landscaped gardens which showcases many of Fiji’s native plants and breath-taking orchids.

CULTURE: The Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple is a spectacular Hindu temple located in the city of Nadi. Built in dedication to god of the seasonal rains, the Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Templethe is the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.

ADVENTURE: Situated in western Viti Levu, Koroyanitu National Heritage Park is an adventurer’s paradise. Hiking trails that snake through the breath-taking forests and grasslands, and alongside multiple archaeological sites, finally lead you to waterfalls and idyllic swimming spots.

Getting there: 

Charter a jet and fly into Nadi International Airport (NAN/NFFN) on the main Fijian island of Viti Levu. From there, Kokomo Private Island Resort has a dedicated luxury transfer lounge for guests, from which they can take a seaplane or helicopter transfer to get to Kokomo Island. Transfers takes approximately 45-60 minutes (each way).

Approximate flight times:

Dubai ✈ Fiji17 hours 0 minutes
London ✈ Fiji20 hours 00 minutes
New York ✈ Fiji16 hours 30 minutes
Paris ✈ Fiji20 hours 0 minutes
Singapore ✈ Fiji9 hours 30 minutes
Zurich ✈ Fiji20 hours 0 minutes

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Lying between Europe and Asia on the Bosphorus Strait, Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey.

Known for its world-famous scenery, magnificent structures and cultural influences dating back centuries, it is easy to see why Istanbul is recognised as the historical epicentre of Turkey.

The city’s heritage is reflected in many of its incredible landmarks, including: Aya Sofya, one of Istanbul’s most cherished landmarks; Topkapi Palace built in the 15th century; Basilica Cistern an underground palace-like hall; and the Blue Mosque which was built between 1609 and 1616.

The city is also home to The Grand Bazaar, one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world. Forming a rainbow of colours, thousands of stores line the streets of Istanbul selling local handmade jewellery, rugs, carpets, spices, antiques, and local delicacies.


Where to stay: 

AJWA Sultanahmet is located in the heart of Istanbul’s oldest district.

Decorated with a blend of Ottoman-style architecture, traditional features and selective pieces of art from famous artists, it is just a ten minute walk from The Blue Mosque and less than 1km from The Grand Bazaar, making it the perfect location for an authentic experience.

The hotel has a variety of rooms and suites, each with an ornate Turkish feel and decorated with purple, lilac and Eau-de-Nil shades, hand-woven silk carpets, exquisite furniture with mother-of-pearl inlay and bathrooms of marble and hand-made tile features. With a traditional spa offering massages, skin care and a Turkish bath facility, guests can immerse themselves in the aromas of the Far East.


Getting there: 

Istanbul has three airports accessible by private jet – Istanbul Airport (IST/LTFM), Istanbul Atatürk Airport (ISL/LTBA), and Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport (SAW/LTFJ).

Approximate flight times:

Dubai ✈ Istanbul4 hours 0 minutes
London ✈ Istanbul3 hours 15 minutes
Moscow ✈ Istanbul2 hours 30 minutes
New York ✈ Istanbul9 hours 30 minutes
Paris ✈ Istanbul3 hours 0 minutes
Singapore ✈ Istanbul11 hours 0 minutes
Zurich ✈ Istanbul2 hours 30 minutes

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Home to lush rainforests, exotic wildlife, reef-lined beaches and some of the most incredible waterfalls in the region, Jamaica is the third largest island in the Caribbean.

Formed during the Cretaceous Period its rolling Blue Mountains span the eastern edge of the Island, where the highest peak reaches around 7,402ft, unusually lower temperatures create a mist that climbs the mountain side, emanating various shades of blue.

One of the oldest features of the Island, they are also home to Blue Mountain Coffee, considered one of the most expensive coffees in the world.

Known for its reggae music, Jamaican rum, sensational jerk spices, coffee plantations, festivals and its laid-back and carefree spirit, Jamaica is brimming with character and one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean, offering an array of experiences to suite any visitor.


Where to stay: 

Sandals Royal Caribbean Resort & Private Island is situated on the Northern shores of Jamaica, just east of Montego Bay. Surrounded by immaculate gardens and roaming peacocks, this stunning resort is equipped with six pools, eight restaurants, a spa sanctuary, amphitheatre and all the water sports you can imagine.

Their over-the-water-suites are spectacular and a first of its kind in the Caribbean. The over-the-water villas provide a unique retreat featuring a huge outdoor soaking tub, private infinity pool, over-the-water hammock for two and a 24 hour personal butler service.

The villas also have glass floor panels that are lit up during the night so you can enjoy the tranquility of the underwater world.


Getting there: 

Jamaica has three international airports – Sangster International Airport (MBJ/MKJS) located in the east, Norman Manley International Airport (KIN/MKJP) located in south and Ian Fleming International Airport (OCJ/MKBS) which is located in the north of the island. All of which are accessible via private jet.

Approximate flight times:

Dubai ✈ Sangster International16 hours 30 minutes
London ✈ Sangster International10 hours 0 minutes
Moscow ✈ Sangster International12 hours 30 minutes
New York ✈ Sangster International3 hours 30 minutes
Paris ✈ Sangster International10 hours 0 minutes
Singapore ✈ Sangster International22 hours 0 minutes
Zurich ✈ Sangster International10 hours 30 minutes

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