NetJets ties up with Abercrombie & Kent to offer luxury tours


Warren Buffets US fractional private jet operator NetJets has tied up with Abercrombie & Kent (A&K) to offer luxury private travel services to its clients.

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As an extension of its benefits to its clients, NetJets customers will have access to dedicated A&K private travel consultants, who will arrange all travel, including private jet transfers between sites.

NetJets say that A&Ks private travel consultants can design custom made tour packages on behalf of clients.

The company also says that A&K will have expert English-speaking local guides managing the logistics on the ground in each tour destination.

“We believe that Abercrombie & Kent’s reputation, service and global connections make them the ideal partner for us,” said president of NetJets Jordan Hansell. “A&K has an established presence in the places our customers most want to visit and can leverage their local connections to orchestrate unique experiences that our customers simply could not arrange on their own.”

Geoffrey Kent, founder, chairman and CEO of Abercrombie & Kent, said: “This is about two best in class companies coming together to create and deliver exclusive experiences.”

“Time has become the ultimate luxury.”

“Time has become the ultimate luxury. Working with A&K’s network of local offices around the world, NetJets customers will enjoy an unparalleled level of service and privileged access.” said Kent.

As well as organising custom tours, A&K will also offer tours where NetJets clients can fly together.

The first of these will be a 13 day Great Migration Safari in East Africa that will include visits to the Masai Mara, Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti.