Are you planning to travel in a private jet to Bahrain?
A small island country in the Persian Gulf, Bahrain (which means "two seas"), consists of 50 natural and 33 artificial islands. In this highly tolerant country, both residents and tourists are afforded complete freedom, which is somewhat uncommon in the region. The country is also home to three UNESCO World Heritage sites, The Bahrain Fort, The Pearling Sites (where pearls were harvested for centuries), and The Dilmun Burial Grounds, dating back over 4,000 years.
Flying Into Bahrain
With one of the quietest cabins of any aircraft in the private aviation industry, the Challenger 300 will ensure that you arrive at your destination well-rested and ready to take on anything or nothing. Either way, we all love some serenity.
Places To Be Seen in Bahrain
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