VistaJet sets Valentine's Day offers for its customers

VistaJet is partnering with Antinori for a romantic Valentine’s Day experience.

By Doug Gollan, February 6, 2019

If you haven’t made plans to romance your partner for Valentine’s Day – it’s coming next week – VistaJet could be ready to save you. The global operator of super-midsize, large cabin, and ultra-long-haul private jets is offering “personalized hand-crafted chocolates, a bottle of distinguished Dom Pérignon P2 and a cabin filled with roses.”

VistaJet partners with vintner Marchesi Antinori

If you need more help, VistaJet has created an Antinori experience, a three-day wine tour hosted by world-renowned vintner Marchesi Antinori. This experience includes dining at the historic Palazzo Antinori and tasting wines from the family’s private seller. Your stay continues by unpacking your bags (of course) and lounging in their Tuscan and Umbrian estates, which you have reached via helicopter after your VistaJet flight.

VistaJet pricing

Prices for custom inflight experiences start at $1,500 and the Antinori adventure beings at $5,000 per person, excluding the cost of the flights. However, to take advantage of the offers you will already need to be a member of VistaJet’s version of the jet card which it refers to as The Program. Requirements include a commitment of at least 50 hours of flying per year with hourly rates ranging from $12,000 to $18,000 per hour depending on where you are flying, duration of trips and aircraft types you will be using. VistaJet’s primary service area is the broadest of any program out there, allowing ferry free travel covering 95% of the globe.

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