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Fly to the Coast and back on a private jet for Sh1.36mn

Brent Aviation is offering to fly four passengers to the Coast for a round trip on a Gulfstream business private jet at a cost of Sh1.36 million for two nights/FILE

NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 4 – A local aviation company that has flown European and Scandinavian royalty, American celebrities among other notable global personalities across Kenya on private jets is set to widen its services to include the local market.

Brent Aviation is offering to fly four passengers to the Coast for a round trip on a Gulfstream business private jet at a cost of Sh1.36 million for two nights.

The offer includes pick up from the passengers’ home with a limousine to the airport. It also includes pick up from the airport with a similar luxury vehicle to a five-star hotel.

“The offer also includes accommodation at a five-star hotel, inclusive of dinner and breakfast for the two nights,” Captain Raphael Sebastian, Brent Aviation Chief Operating Officer said.

Notable personalities flown across the country in the past include the late Fast and Furious actor Paul Walker and the late DJ Avicii.

“We see the potential in this market. No one in the local industry so far has this kind of a package. Available options include flying first class on a commercial plane,” Sebastian added.

The service targets the high-net worth individuals in the society, who are seeking comfort, luxury and privacy.

“These are people who probably need a weekend away from the hustle and bustle of the city and want to explore the country,” said the Captain.

Sebastian says the service is expected to also lure honeymooners or people seeking to create memorable moments such as engagements.

“The package will work in promoting the coastal region much more seeing that there are people who have in the past avoided the region due to lack of privacy and anonymity.”

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The service is however not limited to the Kenyan coast alone and can easily be altered as per terms and conditions.

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