For the well-heeled looking for a last-minute plan to see next week’s solar eclipse, a US private-jet operator is offering an option for $10,000 a seat. Million Air is whisking customers to remote airports where the moon will totally block the sun’s rays for a time on August 21. Passengers will watch from lawn chairs near the wings of the plane while an astronomer offers expert commentary and views of solar flares through a telescope. “Our idea is that, instead of tailgating at a ballgame, we’re going to wing-gate under the path of total ...
Luxury flights to the eclipse: $10,000 a seat, plus a lawn chair
Coast-to-coast solar eclipse that occurred 99-years ago is giving boost to private-jet charter firms
Thomas Black | Bloomberg Last Updated at August 20, 2017 01:36 IST