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Travel the World in Your Own Private Jetliner

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Moai statues in a row, Ahu Tongariki, Easter Island, Chile (De Agostini Picture Library/De Agostini/Getty Images)


Ever wonder what it would be like if you had the entire first-class cabin in a luxury airliner to yourself? French travel firm Safrans du Monde wants to make that dream a reality.

Taking a page out of the Four Seasons‘ and Presidential Aviator‘s book, the company is now offering an exclusive 22-day round-the-world trip from Nov. 19 to Dec. 10 in your in your own private Airbus A340 500. You won’t have to go it alone, thankfully: There are 36 first-class seats (with flat beds; about $52K per person) and 201 regular cabin seats ($25K per person), so you can bring along the entire clan.

Your jaunt will start in Rio de Janeiro and make stops at destinations such as Machu Picchu, Easter Island, Tahiti, Aukland, Hanoi, and will conclude in Petra. Hotel accommodations and day trips will all be booked in advance and are included in the total price.

If the set itinerary isn’t enough, you can always book extras. These include a helicopter trip over Rio ($322), a stay in Bora Bora ($1,800), and a stay at the Dead Sea ($475).

For more information or to book a seat, click here.