Ring in 2017 Twice in One Night With a Private Jet Flight From Sydney to LA

Dec 14, 2016

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If you’re looking to treat yourself to the ultimate splurge to ring in 2017, look no further than this one-of-a-kind flight. Private jet charter company PrivateFly is offering an opportunity to book a one-way flight on board a Gulfstream G650ER from Sydney to Los Angeles that will allow you to celebrate the arrival of 2017 twice — first in Sydney and then again in Los Angeles, which is a whole 19 hours behind Sydney. There are several nonstop commercial flights between the two cities, but none are scheduled such that you could make it to LA in time to celebrate the New Year a second time.

The Gulfstream G650ER will whisk you from Sydney to Los Angeles in about 12 hours.

This unique opportunity isn’t going to come cheap, however. The 12-hour flight will set you back a staggering $191,000, but you can split the cost between a group of up to 18 people to make it a bit easier to swallow. On board, you’ll find all the components for a proper New Year’s Eve celebration including fine wines, Champagne and gourmet catering, however you’ll be responsible for making your own arrangements for each celebration in Sydney and LA.

If you’re still in need of New Year’s plans, you’re in luck — no one’s booked this flight yet, so you still have the chance to gather 17 of your closest friends and celebrate 2017 in quite possibly the coolest way ever.

Is anyone planning on taking the plunge and booking this almost $200,000 private flight?

Featured image of a factory-fresh G650ER from the Farnborough Air Show.

H/T: CNN

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