Private air travel transforms the journey into a delightful and relaxing experience.
(PRWEB UK) 13 February 2014
These days, it can be even harder to get loved ones something that they truly desire for Valentine’s Day. It can be very hard to find that perfect gift that will make eyes dilate and hearts flutter, but that is what most people aim to do on Valentine’s Day. If flowers and chocolates are just not enough for this Valentine'es Day, then Air Partner has a suggestion to make this February 14th really special. Air Partner is a world leader in providing charter aircraft and jets clients off for a romantic break in true luxury.
Flying via private jet is by far the most relaxing and easy form of travel. A private jet will wait on the runway while their clients experience a rapid check-in at the airport taking only about 15 minutes from arriving at the airport to boarding the private jet.
Whilst on the flight, clients can relax in complete romantic comfort and bask in the knowledge that everything is taken care of, as Air Partner is only too happy to also arrange onward travel and accommodation.
For a really bespoke service, choose Air Partner it is an excellent choice as it has a wide range of experience in organising once-in-a-lifetime flights. For example Air Partner has previously offered clients the chance to watch a volcano from 29,000 feet, fly alongside a comet, and chase an eclipse on the sun.
Paul Richardson, Air Partner’s Director of Private Jets, explains, “Whether it’s an escape for some winter sun in the tropical islands of the Caribbean, a trip along the fabled Garden Route of the Western Cape, a skiing holiday in a European resort like Val d’Isere or a romantic weekend break in a delightful European city, private air travel transforms the journey into a delightful and relaxing experience. Air Partner takes care of every detail to ensure passengers travel in comfort without any of the hassle, delays and frustration associated with commercial airlines, and will even take care of all other travel and accommodation needs if required.”