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Around the world by private jet

Imagine exploring ten legendary destinations around the world in a single journey, flying from one destination to the next by private jet, staying at some of the world’s finest hotels and resorts and enjoying your choice of high-quality excursions along the way, all with a team of experts to ensure you get the most from the experience.   It’s all just a phone call away.  Bookings for the 2012 “Around the World by Private Jet” are being taken now by Omeir Travel Agency.

The 22 day trip commences 29th October 2012 in Los Angeles (USA) and continues until 19th November 2012 when it concludes in London (UK) with a breakfast gathering.   Prices start from AED 250,000 per person for the Around the World by Private Jet experience which includes all meals, private jet transportation starting in Los Angeles and concluding in London, ground transportation, selected excursions, accommodation at Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts in each destination and applicable taxes.

For full itinerary details, bookings and enquiries about the Around the World by Private Jet 2012 trip, kindly contact Mr John Kailath by email johnkailath@omeir.ae or phone  +9712 611 8611.

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