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Celebrity announces private jet charter 
from London for fly-cruises to Med

Celebrity announces private jet charter 
from London for fly-cruises to Med

Celebrity Cruises UK announced the launch of Jet Set Sail, an exclusive VIP air charter service from London Stansted’s private jet terminal on selected Celebrity Equinox sailings in the summer of 2016.

On sale from July 7, the service enables parking at London Stansted private jet terminal, access to luxury departure lounge with complimentary tea and coffee, a 31-inch seat pitch, enhanced luggage allocation of 25kg (23kg for flights departing from Athens), complimentary two-course hot breakfast and drinks on outbound flights, two-course lunch and drinks on inbound flights, transfers to and from arrival airport to cruise terminal and priority ship embarkation and late debarkation for customers’ return journeys.

Sailings available as part of the Jet Set Sail package include a range of seven-night itineraries with varying ports of call, including Greece and Italy fly-cruise from £1,598 per person based on two people sharing a balcony stateroom.

Price includes private charter and a seven-night cruise departing from Istanbul (Turkey) and sailing to Mykonos (Greece), Valletta (Malta), Catania (Sicily, Italy), Naples (Salerno, Italy) before arriving in Rome (Civitavecchia, Italy) for the return flight home; meals and entertainment on board the ship and all relevant cruise taxes and fees. The price is based on the July 16, 2016 departure.

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