Local company offers ultimate 'jet trip'
Aug 17, 2013 / 1:00 pm
If you happen to have an extra $25K burning a hole in your pocket, have we got the ultimate travel experience for you!
Act quickly and you can save a grand, however.
Local company Flair Air, combined with Travel Guild, are working together for a 20-day tour entitled “South America by Private Jet.”
And it's as luxurious and decadent as it sounds.
The luxury air travel experience actually begins in Toronto, where guests board a specially modified Boeing 737-400 private charter aircraft. The company has completely refitted the normal interior of the special aircraft to produce a 76-seat, all-business-class interior... for a premium, of course. The luxury aircraft were refurbished in Kelowna, by Kelowna Flightcraft.
Organizers are currently offering a $1,000 discount to Flair customers/referrals from the original price of $24,995.
According to the company's web site, there is a direct link between Flair and Kelowna Flightcraft, another local aviation business. The site says:
"Prior to establishing Flair, its owner, Jim Rogers, spent over 35 years working in partnership with Barry Lapointe to build Kelowna Flightcraft into one of Canada's largest multi-disciplined aviation organizations. In 2003 Mr. Rogers recognized a market opportunity to develop a charter company focused on providing customized lift for commercial users and, since then, has drawn on his broad range of experience and relationships to achieve this goal."
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