Silverjet, the very sivilised British airline offering a private jet experience at a fraction of the price, is unveiling some ‘Merry sivilised’ fares on Monday 3rd December, with selected flights to New York and Dubai available for just £999 return - saving 10 per cent (£100) on a saver ticket – plus an increased baggage allowance of 96kg per person.
As Brits flock to both cities for Christmas shopping and the legendary sales, Silverjet’s ‘Merry silvilsed’ fares enable customers to start saving before they travel, without compromising on service. Flying from private terminals in London Luton and Dubai, the airline offers customers the ability to turn up just 30 minutes before the plane departs, seat-side check-in, onboard menus from legendary London restaurant Le Caprice, and 6ft 3 inch flat beds.
For those who need some advice on where the best bargains can be found, Silverjet has recently appointed its own independent Retail Therapist, Lucia Van Der Post. Customers simply email silverjet with their flight reference and Lucia will compile a personalised guide to the city's shopping delights. Customers are invited to include information such as their likes and dislikes, budget, hobbies and interests to help Lucia compile the perfect bespoke itinerary.
Alternatively, for customers searching for the perfect Christmas gift without the time to travel, Silverjet is offering everyone who books a return flight over the festive season a limited edition Links of London Silver Ticket*. Each silver plated ticket comes in a beautiful presentation box, making them an ideal gift for a loved one.
Available on travel dates throughout December 2007 and January 2008, Silverjet’s ‘Merry sivilised’ fares can be booked online
“With the pound at a 26-year high against the dollar, there has never been a better time to head to New York or Dubai (where the Dirham is pegged to the dollar).” comments Silverjet CEO Lawrence Hunt. “In addition to our festive fares, we’re treating our customers to a whopping luggage allowance of 96kg per person until 31 January 2008.”