VistaJet is expanding its Private World curated VIP travel experiences with new partners and itineraries.
The company says its partnership network has expanded tenfold to 595 partners across 43 categories.
Matteo Atti, VistaJet’s Executive Vice President of Marketing says the growth is being driven by higher demand for private jet flights. Last year, flights increased by 64%.
“VistaJet’s promise has always been to allow our clients to go anywhere, anytime. Through Private World, we want to help our members pursue their passions in the easiest, most direct ways, continuing to provide the ultimate service in aviation. It is not just about the places – it’s about the people, the opportunities, and the learning that only thoughtful travel can bring together,” says Atti.
Two new experiences include a focus on Picasso and a trip for oenophiles.
You’ll go deep into Picasso visiting world-class museums, private collections, and places not accessible to the public.
This three-week trip across France and Spain will give you access to Picasso’s legacy surrounded by luxury.
It includes a week sailing on a yacht and stays in five-star suites in Paris, Antibes, and Madrid.
You, however, won’t feel like a starving artist. VistaJet promises, “Throughout, incredible gastronomic and leisure experiences will take place.”
A bucket list trip for wine oenophiles, you’ll learn from the best and experience exclusive masterclasses from the world leaders in the wine industry.
Golden Vines Florence 2022 will bring together the world’s best winemakers and domaines to compete in Italy on October 15th.
You’ll be at the 16th Century Baroque palace Palazzo Capponi where Gabriele Gorelli MW, Italy’s first Master of Wine will discuss his wine expertise with special guests.
There’s also a Dom Pérignon masterclass with Vincent Chaperon, the Chef de Cave of Dom Pérignon.
That will be followed by Renaud Fillioux de Gironde, Hennessy’s Cellar Master, who will provide a cognac masterclass.
Members of VistaJet’s Program will also have the opportunity to get their own cellar curated by Golden Vines founder Lewis Chester.
According to Atti, members are making more ultra-long-haul flights as the company continues to take delivery of Bombardier Global 7500s. It expects to have 17 by the end of the year.