Located approximately 20 minutes from downtown Jackson and 25 minutes from Jackson Hole Airport (JAC), Amangani Resort offers spectacular views of the nearby Snake River Valley and Teton Mountains. Meaning “peaceful home” in the language of the Shoshone, this 40 suite resort embodies an air of relaxation and renewal, as well as a welcoming blend of Eastern minimalism and Western style.
Each suite includes a fireplace, king-sized platform bed, and a private balcony with a commanding view of the valley below. Bathrooms are incredibly spacious, with slate walls, redwood floors, separate showers, and deep soaking tubs with mountain views. Amangani also features a variety of on-site amenities that boost its luxurious-yet-homey reputation, including a gourmet restaurant, library and spa.
Appealing to private jet travelers around the world, the Amangani experience changes with each season. Spring and summer bring nature closer to you, with mountain biking, hiking and trekking, wildlife-watching, and fly-fishing among the most popular excursions. Biologist-led wildlife safaris track grizzly bears, bison, moose, coyotes, and hundreds of bird species, including bald eagles. In fall and winter, the ski season at Jackson Hole begins, which is one of the most beloved ski destinations in the county.
To learn more about RYL’s private jet charter options to Jackson Hole Airport, as well as helicopter rentals to and from the resort, contact RYL’s charter department at 877-391-6161, or email us directly at email@example.com
Amangiri is located on a 600-acre expanse of wilderness in Canyon Point, Southern Utah, near the border of Arizona. The resort is tucked into a protected valley with sweeping views over colorful, stratified rock towards the Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monument. Architecturally, the resort has been designed to blend into the landscape with its natural hues, materials and textures. Built in 2009, the 34 suite resort is a popular destination for affluent travelers with an affinity towards untapped nature. (more…)
Page Airport is a commercial service airport with daily flights to major commercial hubs such as Denver, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Los Angeles. At the center of the Grand Circle, which includes the Grand Canyon, Arches National Park, Lake Powell, Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park, Page Airport is perfectly situated to cater to avid nature enthusiasts and explorers. (more…)
Located beside Navajo Tribal lands, Page is perched atop Manson Mesa at an elevation of 4,300 feet above sea level and 600 feet above Lake Powell. The city overlooks Lake Powell and the world renowned Grand Circle, a remarkable collection of parks, monuments and prehistoric Indian ruins. Page is surrounded by geological formations that are iconic to the American West. (more…)
The P180 Avanti II combines elegant style with remarkable performance with operating costs that are up to 40% lower than jet aircraft of equivalent size. The Piaggio P180 Avanti is an Italian twin-engine turboprop aircraft produced by Piaggio Aero. It seats up to nine passengers in a pressurized cabin, and may be flown by one or two pilots. The design uses a small forward wing and a main wing combination that places the wing spars outside of the passenger cabin area. Although the front wing resembles a canard configuration, a conventional horizontal stabilizer on the tail provides longitudinal stability and pitch trim. (more…)
The Learjet 85, which is scheduled to enter service next year, will be the first mostly composite aircraft certified under the stringent requirements of Part 25 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) and breaks ground on several fronts: creating a new category of business jet between midsize and super-midsize; featuring a Euro-style cabin that draws heavily from the luxury automobile industry and utilizing composites for the fuselage and wings. (more…)
Today, there are more than 5,000 Airbus A320 twinjets in service and another 2,000 have already been ordered by airline companies around the world. Airbus started deliveries of the A320 in 1988, and compared with the original Boeing 737, which was designed in the early 1960s, the A320 has a wider and taller cabin and a slicker wing. It also features digital fly-by-wire controls. (more…)
Despite many obstacles, the HondaJet has been in the making for almost two and a half decades. The research project began in 1986, and didn’t have its first flight until 1993. The all-composite MH02 features an above-wing engine mount and a forward-swept wing. With that research in hand, Honda went back to the drawing board and 10 years later the first HondaJet prototype took to the skies. Today, the 420-knot, $4.5 million entry-level twinjet is well on its way to certification in late 2013. The manufacturer expects the five to six passenger aircraft to be certified for single-pilot operation and to have a range of 1,180 nautical miles, an initial climb rate of 4,000 feet per minute and a maximum altitude of 43,000 feet. In addition, Honda claims the aircraft has 15 to 20 percent greater fuel efficiency and faster speed than other competing models. (more…)
Since the introduction of the Falcon 2000 in 1996, Dassault has debuted several variants that built on its winning design. In 2004, the manufacturer unveiled the EX, which featured enhanced avionics and a better cabin pressurization system. The DX followed in 2007 with the updated EASy digital cockpit. The 2000LX came in 2009, with standard winglets, and pushed the model past the $30 million price point while delivering 4,000 nautical miles of range, giving it plenty of margin for transatlantic crossings. (more…)
As a full service lifestyle management firm, clients have access to professionally trained stylists that can arrange an exclusive shopping tour anywhere in the world. As each client is unique, each shopping experience is custom tailored to meet their individual needs and styles. A luxury shopping tour can include:
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