Imagine stepping from the car to the plane, and not just any plane, we’re talking about a luxury private jet that seats 8, on a trip to the sun.
Okay…here’s what’s really going on. Paul Fejko is planning a trip to South Carolina to see the full solar eclipse on August 21. If there are 7 interested people, the trip will happen.
The itinerary goes something like this. Depending on which air field is closest to the people interested in going, you arrive for a flight around noon, hop on the jet, get treated like a rock star, land in South Carolina, see the eclipse, hop back on the plane, and be back around 6pm.
The cost is only $1500, far cheaper than going to Mars.
This is no joke.
Paul says that the eclipse is only at 80% in our area and he wants to see the 100% eclipse which can be seen in Anderson, South Carolina. I think the private jet trip idea is genius if you have the interest and means to make it happen.
Contact Paul Fejko directly to book a seat to the sun.