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This First-Class Iftar in the Sky Costs EGP 282,000

We have lost the ability to even tbh.

The sky's the limit in Dubai when it comes to Ramadan celebrations. No, like, literally! The sky truly is the limit; especially when Jetex is involved.

The global private aviation company is taking you to cloud nine this Ramadan with their private jet iftar, costing you a whopping Dh66,000 (which is almost EGP 282,000). Jetex, however, are like embracing the spirit of the holy month and are donating 10% of each bill to the philanthropic organisation of Dubai Cares.

The ‘Iftar in the Sky’ programme can take up to six passengers on a flight across the country showing you all the marvellous landmarks that make up the seven states while you fine-dine in the most extra way possible. The luxurious airport will also offer guests personalised coffee, a complimentary caviar bar and piano performances on arrival because duuuh. 

With a chef onboard and a fantastic view of the sunset, this lavish experience is right up your runway if you’re a #TravelGoals kinda person with tons (and tons and tons) of money to spare.