Hanoi (VNA) – Exclusive check-in, express security clearance and chauffeur access to aircraft are among services offered to passengers choosing ultra-premium private aircraft to flight to Con Dao island in the southern province of Ba Ria – Vung Tau.

Six Senses Con Dao, Vietnam’s most exclusive island hideaway, recently announced its private aviation service to welcome the world’s most discerning travelers to Con Dao island.

With both an 8-seat King Air and its 13-seat Legacy available, this private air service, operated by Vietstar Airlines, allows guest to fly from airports in Vietnam or around the region to Con Dao archipelago and is able to cater for couples, families or small groups in the utmost comfort.

The King Air jet includes eight fully reclining seats, while the Legacy is set up with 10 reclining seats and a lounge area to the rear of the jet. Both include a dedicated flight attendant who will ensure that the Six Senses experience begins from take-off, through the voyage that culminates in guests descending into the discreet, luxury hideaway that is Six Senses Con Dao.

The resort is planning up to operate three weekly flights from Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City during the peak holiday season, however charters will also be available from Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi and other countries in Asia Pacific within eight flying-hours of Con Dao upon request.

The aviation experience is further elevated with luxurious personalized service offered to meet each individual guest’s needs. All itineraries include extensive options and activities, allowing guests to customize their flight experience.

In-sky check-in helps reduce waiting time, and maintains privacy, while in-flight entertainment keep little guests excited during the forty-minute flight from Ho Chi Minh City. The aircraft includes a full bar to ensure that the flight is fully catered to the tastes of its passengers, with any special guest requests always accommodated.

First ultra-premium private aircraft experience to Con Dao island hinh anh 1The private jet defines luxury travel (Photo: VietnamPlus)

“The private jet defines luxury travel,” said the resort’s General Manager Dominic Scoles. “Our resort has long been regarded as one of Vietnam’s best kept secrets for its ultimate privacy and absolute seclusion from the rest of the world. Adding this service means the world’s most discerning travelers, who seek an ultimate level of comfort, privacy and luxury beyond anything that any commercial carrier can offer, find themselves with yet another reason to spend their precious getaway-time with us.”

Opened in December 2010, Six Senses Con Dao has come to be regarded as the country’s vanguard for a luxurious and ecologically sustainable hideaway. Nestled on a private bay within a National Park, Six Senses Con Dao’s secluded location offers guests the chance to synchronize and harmonize their inner selves with the natural environment that envelops them.

The resort even sits beside a turtle hatchery, where guests can marvel at the hatchlings dawn release. All 50 villas and residences stretch along a 1.6 kilometers secluded sandy beach, featuring breathtaking natural scenery. The secluded property prides itself on its unsurpassed sense of privacy, making it a perfect place for a private island retreat - and nothing says ‘private island getaway’ like a private jet journey.

Guests within Vietnam can book the private jet service by contacting the resort via T +84 254 3831 222 or E reservations-condao@sixsenses.com. 24-hour notice is required within Vietnam, while regional travelers are required to provide 72-hour notice.

Con Dao Island has been included on the list of the nine best paradise islands in the world this year by US magazine Vogue.

Con Dao is an archipelago of 16 islands, each one more beautiful than the last. Preserving the pure nature of the islands, there are just a few hotels built on the island. Another asset that this archipelago offers is its national park with an intact ecosystem, it said.

The island has pristine beauty, mostly unspoiled beaches, forests and turquoise waters, and a strictly-protected national park, home to an intact ecosystem.

Between March and September is the best time to visit the island as it has little rain and the sea is not rough, making it easier for goods to be transported from the mainland./.