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Sparfell brings luxury accommodation within reach
Thanks to Sparfell, customers of German luxury hotel group Oetker Collection can visit hotels, estates and private villas via private jet, from an airport of their choosing. Sparfell staff are trained in optimum hygiene measures.
Since the virus pandemic began, many have been itching for a holiday getaway.
Read this story in our August 2020 printed issue.

Sparfell Aviation Group is partnering with Oetker Collection, a German luxury hotel group, by offering private chartered flights to properties around the globe. Flights are operated through the Austrian AOC of LaudaMotion Executive, which was acquired by Sparfell in June 2019.

Devotees of the collection can bypass the airport lounge and board a Sparfell jet at the airport of their choosing, greeted by the crew. Oetker Collection's hotels, estates and private villas in the UK, Europe, the Caribbean and Brazil can now be reached in security, customised to groups of any size.

Sparfell chairman Philip Queffelec comments: “Our two companies have a long-standing tradition of providing exquisite and exclusive luxury travel experiences. Of the many synergies we share, family spirit, passion and loyalty are the foremost core of our work beliefs and spirit. We look forward to offering best-in-class services to our clients.”

Timo Gruenert, CEO of Oetker Collection, adds: “We are very excited about this opportunity to offer such a special travel experience to our guests. Our hotels, estates and villas are designed around a refined concept of elegant hospitality and family spirit, and Sparfell is the ideal partner to deliver on those values in flight.”

Sparfell flight crews have been briefed on how to avoid exposure to the coronavirus while off-duty and report to duty only if they are 100 per cent symptom-free. Flight attendants have received extensive training in updated hygiene protocols that include mandatory social distancing and the proper use of masks, gloves and other personal protective equipment.

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