New York Times partners with Abercrombie & Kent for offering private jet tours across the world


If you’ve ever wanted a unique perspective on world travel and distant destinations, then you’ll be more than interested to know that luxury travel agency Abercrombie and Kent have teamed up with the New York Times to offer travel enthusiasts a once-in-a-lifetime trip across the world in the company of four award-winning New York Times journalists. The 26 day experience will take you to far flung locations like Iran, Cuba, Colombia, Australia, Myanmar and Iceland while you get insight into the destinations through a journalist who has expertise in the area.

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The journey begins in the home of the New York Times – the glorious city of New York! – and continues to Cuba, Colombia and Easter Island; the next stop is Australia and from there you’ll head to Myanmar; experience the delights of Iran and Morocco before wrapping up the journey in Iceland. You will travel in a customized Boeing 757 jet for the ultimate luxe experience. The jet is complete with lie-flat beds and a dedicated cabin crew and chef.

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The dates of the trip are February 8, to March 5 2018 and the price per person is $135,000. To learn more you can call 855-698-7979.

[Nytimes]