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APT introduce new European private jet tours

Luxury travel operator APT has announced plans to to launch four new private jet air tours across Europe.

APT’s private jet air tours offer individual journeys focusing on different European regions – northern, southern and eastern.

Tours range from 10 to 14 days, as well as a comprehensive 35-day Ultimate Europe by private jet trip, which brings together the three tours in one journey covering the whole continent.

Commenting on the new initiative, APT’s Europe product manager, Sarah Latimore said the initial response to the new series of holidays in Europe has been incredibly pleasing.

“We introduced our private jet air tours in Europe following the popularity of the new travel style when it was introduced in Australia in 2020. Our private jet air tours allow guests to maximise their time spent on the ground and minimise their travelling time.

“These tours allow people to experience itineraries that are simply not possible when travelling independently. And there is a dedicated flight crew and flight attendants to ensure guests’ safety and comfort throughout,” Latimore concluded.

The four new tours are Northern Europe, Eastern Europe, Southern Europe and the ultimate Europe by private jet tour.

Northern Europe by private jet is a 13-day journey from Reykjavik in Iceland to St Petersburg in Russia, visiting Bergen, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Tallinn en route.

Eastern Europe by private jet is a 10-day journey from St Petersburg to Budapest and includes majestic St Petersburg, Kraków, Prague and Romania’s fascinating Transylvania region.

The 14-day Southern Europe by private jet travels from Budapest to Lisbon visiting southern European highlights in Greece, Croatia, Italy and Spain, with key highlights including Santorini, Dubrovnik, Tuscany and Barcelona.

Combining these three trips, the 35-day Ultimate Europe by private jet includes Iceland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Estonia, Russia, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Greece, Croatia, Italy, Spain and Portugal.

The new itineraries are set to launch in 2023.

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