A new approach to all-inclusive tours is hitting the skies. A new tour operator is launching private jets as part of its itinerary.
RoadRunAir is a relatively new tour operator and is looking to make its mark by offering private jets as part of its tours. The company is launching its own private airline to take travelers on three different itineraries throughout the United States. Each jet can hold up to 30 passengers and offer window seats with center aisle drink holders. Passengers are also able to use private terminals at each travel location. Right now, RoadRunAir has three jets, but plans to purchase more in the future as the business grows.
The private jets come as part of an all-inclusive packaged tour. Currently, RoadRunAir offers three itineraries:
- Southern States: focuses on the music and culture of the South with stops in New Orleans, Nashville, Memphis, Lynchburg, and Chattanooga
- West Coast: highlights the best of the West by stopping in San Francisco, Napa Valley, Bryce and Zion Canyons, Sedona, Antelope Canyon, and Las Vegas
- Northeast: focuses on famous places like Niagara Falls, Hershey, Amish Country, and Washington D.C.
The tours start at $4,500. In addition to taking a private jet to each location, each packaged tour includes hotels, meals, excursions, transportation, guides, and gratuities. All Itineraries leave from either New York or Los Angeles and last from 7–9 days. RoadRunAir plans to add more destinations, including the Caribbean, Europe, and Latin America.