A Dubai Blogger Enjoys The AED66,000 Iftar In A Private Jet

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Dubai Blogger Enjoys The AED66,000 Iftar In A Private Jet

The iftar in the sky drew gasps when it was first announced. The AED66,000 price tag includes dinner for 6 people, a chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce to the private jet, a round-trip covering all seven emirates of the UAE in just 90 minutes all whilst chasing the sunset and counting down the minutes to iftar, which is catered by Bulgari Hotels, no less.

Hosted by Jetex, the exclusive iftar experience is available throughout the month of Ramadan and one Dubai blogger documented the whole thing.

Sana, a prominent Dubai blogger who posts about luxury experiences documented the opulent iftar experience

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All catered by Bulgari Hotels

Iftar in a private jet for 66,000DHS 😻 Would you try it? Six people can be a part of it & the iftar is catered from @bulgarihotels 🏢 you get to fly over all the seven Emirates of UAE for around an hour or so 🙌🏼 Since real travel is not opening up anytime soon this was my opportunity to live my old life again. @jetex

The private jet provides an iftar until you’ve ever experienced seen before


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