Enjoy Scotland by Private Jet

If travelers are looking for a vacation that makes it easier to maintain social distancing in the current situation, they don’t need to look beyond Scotland. This beautiful country is replete with unspoilt nature, vast landscapes, pristine beaches and plenty of places for hiking!

The dream of an individual vacation can be realized if you offer the most unique experiences in your life: rent a private jet and then take a limo from the airport directly to an exquisite hideaway, treat yourself to an exclusive mansion or a 5-star suite in a castle, possibly complemented by a truly breathtaking vacation in close proximity to the mother- nature.

High-end travelers are free to choose the airport closest to them, even a small one, since private planes can serve airports of any size as long as the runway length is at least 4,000 feet (about 1,220 m). The collection point can be located anywhere in Germany or in any other European country. Demanding travelers can choose from a variety of private jets, the most popular of which are:

  • CJ4 rates for max. 6 passengers
  • Falcon 50ex for max. 9 passengers
  • Falcon 900EX is designed for a maximum of 14 passengers

In addition to the international airports of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Inverness and Prestwick, you can also go to smaller airports to be closer to your destination. These include:

  • Dundee, located near the old course in St Andrews, the birthplace of golf
  • Islay, an ideal place for connoisseurs of fine whiskey who want to visit some of the nine distilleries of this small island
  • Stornoway in the Outer Hebrides for a good rest and final destination
  • Campbeltown on the Mall of Kintyre is the perfect combination of golf in Mahrihanish and whiskey tasting in Springbank
  • Kinloss in Moray, where enthusiasts can visit the famous Speyside Whiskey Trail

Top-rated travellers looking for accommodation that meets their expectations will find a wide range of options in Scotland. To fulfill your dream, you can choose one of the historic castle hotels, such as Inverlochy, Crossbasket or Glenapp, or choose a castle, such as Kincardine Castle, where you can live with the Laird and as his master. Or choose an attraction such as Gleneagles, Roxburgh Castle or Eriska Island, all of which offer a full range of spa activities and treatments. If you need extra privacy, you can book a small boutique hotel like Boath House, Cromlix, Knockinaam Lodge or Glenmorangie House, where you can book 7 or 8 rooms to host your party with absolute exclusivity. For maximum opulence, travelers can also rent a very special place exclusively for themselves, such as Borthwick Castle or a historic house with property such as Kinross House, or even their own train, Belmond Royal Scotsman, or a opulence boat such as MV Hebridean Princess or Fingal., the latter is located in Leith Harbor as one one of the best 5-star opulence hotels in the Edinburgh area.

what so ever your favorite hobby or hobby, travelers will enjoy unforgettable and authentic experiences throughout their stay. If your passion is single malt whiskey, you can choose from about 130 distilleries in Scotland. Your private jet gives you the opportunity to combine whiskey with the peat flavor of Islay with sweeter whiskies from Speyside and even from Highland Park in Orkney in one trip. Ambitious golfers can play on famous or challenging golf courses included in their to-do list, even if these courses are further apart. Offers include the Isles Course in Turnberry, Royal Aberdeen near Aberdeen City, Castle Stuart and Royal Dornoch-both in the Highlands near Inverness -, Askernish in the Outer Hebrides and Mahry Left on Islay in the Inner Hebrides. For classes on land, you can go salmon and trout fishing on the Tay and Tweed Rivers, as well as shooting clay pigeons (or by photo) at the Roxburgh Estate. For adventure lovers, there are plenty of opportunities for alpine safaris in 4×4 cars and sea/sea safaris on opulence yachts. There are also unique romantic moments, such as a marriage proposal in the historic premises of Edinburgh Castle, a gift of a luxurious cashmere sweater or Harris tweed jacket from House of Bruar, the largest fashion store in Scotland, or a view from the infinity pool from Portavady at sunset.

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