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From Private Jet to Private Resort: This New Travel Partnership Lets You Travel More Safely

Source: Robb Report

By Sandra Ramani, June 2, 2020

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The initiative by ÀNI Private Resorts and Private Jet Services encourages small group getaways to idyllic spots like the Caribbean, Thailand and Sri Lanka.

Article published in Robb Report in June 2020, about the partnership between ANI and PJS – to offer private travel from home and back. A great offering to stay extra safe in the world of Covid.

“With demand increasing for private travel and more personalized experiences, two companies with the word “private” right in their names have teamed up to make secluding on vacation a seamless endeavor. The just-announced partnership between ÀNI Private Resorts—a collection of four boutique properties around the world—and personal aviation consultancy / membership company Private Jet Services has been designed for travelers who are looking to get away with a small group of family and friends, but are still committed to social distancing when possible, both in the air and on the ground.

For clients, the partnership works as a reciprocal benefits program, with ÀNI guests receiving a $5,000 flight credit on their first trip with PJS and existing PJS members receiving a $10,000 credit redeemable towards their first stay at an ÀNI resort; other perks, like an upon-arrival case of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Champagne for PJS members and access to jointly-run special events and retreats throughout the year, are also included. “We’ve been seeking a private jet operator that shares our focus on delivering remarkable experiences,” said Ira Bloom, President of ÀNI Private Resorts, in a statement about the initiative. “We know with PJS our guests will get the same great care and service on their journey to and from one of our resorts.” PJS offers service from 5,000 airports across the US, on everything from executive jets that can accommodate up to 16 fliers to VIP Boeing jets for larger groups.”

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