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Wing over in a private jet with Abercrombie & Kent

 Abercrombie & Kent is expanding its ‘Wings Over the World’ portfolio, a collection of intimate private jet journeys which allow guests to travel in small groups to a variety of far-flung destinations across the globe.

The four new itineraries in Europe, Southern Africa, China, and the Middle East, Israel, Jordan and Egypt all offer the advantages of luxury small group travel with the comfort and convenience of privately-chartered flights meaning less travel time, hassle-free flight departures with no layovers and includes expedited check-in and immigration procedures.

Kerry Golds, the holiday brand’s managing director, said: “We are continuing to grow our Wings Over the World portfolio with four new regional journeys, designed for culturally-curious travellers who want to make the most of their time in each destination. The Middle East in particular has generated phenomenal interest – so much so that several of our departures have already sold out.”

As an example of itineraries the new ‘Wings Over China featuring The Peninsula Hotels’ travelling on October 14 for 12 days is priced from £26,920 per person (based on double occupancy) and has a maximum group size of 18 guests. During their journey, clients will get to: experience the Forbidden City just as the Emperor did with private access to a hall usually off limits to visitors; visit the Great Wall of China, ascending to the top of the well-preserved Mutianyu section, before sitting down to a champagne brunch served atop the wall; marvel at the faces of the Terracotta Warriors with an on-site specialist; and enjoy ‘Pen Moments’ such as drinks overlooking Shanghai at Sir Elly’s Terrace, classic High Tea in Hong Kong and a ride in a Rolls-Royce, all courtesy of The Peninsula Hotels.

Also new for this year, A&K will be introducing a choice of ‘Design Your Day’ options on each journey where guests are invited to personalise their travel experience with a choice of three to five options, selecting the activity that best suits their interests. Depending on the destination, possibilities include a scenic hike, a round of golf, a culinary experience with a local chef or a relaxing spa treatment.

To find out more visit or call 01242-547892. 

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