Aman Private Jet Expeditions 2019 by Remote Lands

6 June 2018
Call us: +1-646-415-8092 View in your browser. AMAN PRIVATE JET EXPEDITIONS BY REMOTE LANDS Remote Lands is delighted to announce the dates for the 2019 Aman Private Jet Expeditions, including our Global Expedition from Tokyo to Venice for Spring 2019 and the original Pan-Asia Private Jet Journey in October. 
  These premier, once-in-a-lifetime experiences all feature:
  • Travel in a stunning Airbus ACJ318 jet configured in lounge format with sofas and coffee tables
  • A maximum of just 16 guests
  • All private touring and transfers with your own private car, driver and guide, and personalised itinerary each day
  • Aman's exclusive ultra-luxurious properties.

There are only a few seats left for each of these departures. Call us on 1-646-415-8092 or email [email protected] for more information. AMAN GLOBAL PRIVATE JET EXPEDITION

Tokyo to Venice | April 15 - May 6, 2019

10 beautiful Aman properties in nine countries over 21 days

Tokyo, Japan • Shanghai, China • Vinh Hy Bay, Vietnam• Phuket, Thailand • Thimpu, Bhutan • Paro, Bhutan • Alwar, India • Porto Heli, Greece • Budva, Montenegro • Venice, Italy


China - Bhutan - India - Sri Lanka | October 12 - 28, 2019

A 16 day ultra-luxe journey from Asia's north to south.

Shanghai, China • Lijiang, China • Thimpu, Bhutan • Paro, Bhutan • Alwar, India • Ranthambhore, India • Galle, Sri Lanka • Tangalle, Sri Lanka

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