Coral Beach & Tennis Club is giving people in the United States the opportunity to pay a visit to island by offering weekly private air charters between Bermuda and White Plains, New York starting on July 18, with weekly packages available for couples providing accommodations, meals, and more.
This is according to a flyer the facility posted on social media, which noted that while priority is being given to club members, excess capacity is being offered and the costs are estimated at $1,500 per seat, one way.
The jet has a 13 seat capacity, promising to “minimize exposure to large crowds, no additional airport layovers, and save on door to door travel time,” with Covid-19 testing available upon arrival.
The initial weekly schedule for four weeks beginning on July 18 will see flights depart White Plains at 10.00am each Saturday, arriving in Bermuda at 1.06pm; the Bermuda flight will depart at 3.00pm, arriving in White Plains at 4.12pm.
Weekly packages are also being offered, which include round trip air charter, accommodations, breakfast and dinner, and ground transportation for $11,500 per couple.
In a post on social media, the company said, “7 Night Package including flights now available. Week package includes:
- Oceanview Accommodations for 7 Nights
- Round Trip Charter Air Service for Two
- Daily Full Breakfast and Daily Dinner
- Ground Transportation
- All tax and services
“$11, 500 per couple. 5 seats left on July 25th depart NY, Return August 1st. 10 seats available on August 1st depart NY, Return August 8th. One way air only may be available each way for $1500, if space allows. At this time, July 18th flights are sold out. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 441 236 2233.”
To secure a seat or take advantage of the weekly package, contact Nik Bhola, General Manager of Coral Beach & Tennis Club, by email at email@example.com or via telephone on 441-236-2233.
The island currently has limited commercial flights, with this month’s flight schedule including once a week Air Canada flights on Thursdays, daily Delta flights from Atlanta, and twice a week flights from British Airways effective July 17.