Because everyone is going crazy about jet tours, the Walt Disney Company is the latest to join in on the fun. The executives announced the Disney jet tour tickets that will let fans visit every park and more for $110,000.
Only $110,000 for a Disney Park Tour
The Walt Disney Company is following the trends. Now, the private jet tour market is joined by the most popular amusement park holder. After Abercrombie & Kent added five new private jet journeys, the executives put out an announcement about launching the exclusive tours covering every Disney park possible for $110,000. Among other providers, TCS World Travel has almost 30 Group Jet Expeditions departures scheduled, and Four Seasons Hotels has 11 Four Seasons Private Jet Experience departures scheduled until the end of 2023. That said, the Disney jet tour can only fit 75 passengers at a time. It goes on for 24 days in total, covering six countries and a ton of VIP experiences. Fans will visit Disney locations in Anaheim, San Francisco, and Orlando, as well as international ones in Tokyo, Japan; Shanghai, China; Hong Kong; Agra, India; Cairo, Egypt; and Paris, France.
In addition to parks, guests will visit the campus of Lucasfilm and the Skywalker Ranch, Taj Mahal, Pyramids of Giza, and Eiffel Tower. There are also some optional activities like wine tasting, private cooking classes, and a visit to the French countryside. The announcement was made very early, though, and the first departure is already scheduled for July 2023. Couple travelers will pay $109,995, while singles can have a $10,995 supplement. Previous Adventures by Disney and Golden Oak VIP customers were lucky enough to grab the first tickets on June 28.
For some time, it was still unclear what kind of contingent will be present on the trip. Some buyers were curious to know if they will face younger kids on board. “We’ve had clients who have gone on the Four Seasons trips,” says Mary Jean Tully, CEO of Toronto-based Tully Luxury Travel. “The first question people ask is what types of people will be on the trip. There are adults who are interested, but they don’t want to be stuck on an airplane with a bunch of children running around.” That said, the minimum age requirement for the trip is 12 years old. Children pay the same price as adults. Everyone will fly on a “VIP-configured” Boeing 757-200, converted from 233 seats to 75 leather seats in two-by-two formation, per Disney’s explanation.
Then, the passengers will travel in small groups by cars and “deluxe” minibusses when on land. Tour guides, a physician, a chef, and a 14-person flight crew will join each traveling group of 75. Experts are not surprised to find out about Disney’s plans. After all, jet tours are on the rise. “Private jet tours are very popular. Clients love them. We have clients who have their own private jets, have taken these tours, and told us it’s better than their own jet. On private jet tours, you have notable experts, you’re getting VIP access, and every detail is taken care of along the way,” said Michale Holtz, CEO of SmartFlyer, a New York-based travel agency.
“It’s a bit like the communal aspect of a luxury safari camp because you meet other interesting people.”