Take a Private Jet to the 2018 World Cup in Russia
5 May 2018
Another 4 years has passed and it's nearly time. Mothers, fathers, daughters and sons from all around the world to get caught up in the emotion, adulation heartbreak and ecstasy that is supporting their nation in arguably the world’s biggest sporting event . The men’s FIFA world Cup 2018.
This year's competition is being held in Russia and kicks off on June 14th with the hosts taking on Saudi Arabia at the Luznhiki stadium in Moscow and ending with the final at the very same place on Sunday July 15th 2018.
Moscow and the Luznhiki stadium isn’t the only place games are being played. From Kaliningrad on the Baltic coast to Yekaterinburg at the foot of the Urals. Saint Petersburg to the north and Sochi on the black sea in the south. The other hosts cities being Nizhniy Novograd, Kazan, Saransk, Samara, Volgograd and Rostov.
One look at google maps and you’ll see the vast distances between the cities. Money and time no object, the logical thing to do to follow your team and take in the best Russia has offer, would be to hire a private jet for the entirety of the competition. This is exactly what a number of our clients have done already. Securing their favoured aircraft type, before the clamber of last minute requests in the busy European summer season. The trend seems to be to use Moscow and Saint Petersburg as the main hub and flying to the destination cities on match days. It’s easy to see why, when you’d be surround by opulent luxury of the ritz carlton suite overlooking the kremlin or the presidential suite of the grand hotel Europe in Saint Petersburg.
Those of us with a little less time on our hands but still with the burning passion to cheer on our team live, chartering a private jet is by far and away the most time efficient way of getting there. Especially if your team has reached the knock out stages; where you have a few days’ notice from getting your hands on a prized ticket to having to be at the stadium. Commercial flights just won’t cut it (not that we’d want to take one of those). Up to 12 hour travelling times at an unforgiving hour, transferring via Moscow if the match is in another host city.
This year’s tournament is sure to be another resounding success. So, if you want to be a part of it get in touch and we can start looking at the best options for you to get Russia and follow your team.