Products are chosen especially to create a home away from home environment.
In alliance with the contemporary master jeweler Fabergé, VistaJet celebrated Easter in 2013 by offering its customers limited edition fine egg pendants.
VistaJet collaborated with Moncler for crew winter and spring attire. A special collection was designed to support the team in all weather conditions.
VistaJet partnered with leading Japanese restaurant Nobu to offer a special in-flight menu for VistaJet clients. Nobu meals are available on flights out of London, Dubai, New York and Los Angeles, with more locations to come.
VistaJet hand-selected its cabin fragrance from Le Labo
Crystal and China from the French manufacturer.
The Watoto Foundation
A charity VistaJet supports by sending used books, clothes and gifts to schools and orphanages in Kenya.
VistaJet complements its global influence by supporting culturally diverse projects.
VistaJet supported the “Hallelujah World Tour”, which consisted of three international exhibitions. The LA based artist painted the tail of a Global 6000.
Also known as the ‘godfather of street art”, VistaJet supported an exclusive viewing of Richard Hambleton’s works in New York City and featured one of his “shadowman” figures on a Global 6000 tail.
In conjunction with its Easter 2013 celebration, VistaJet commissioned contemporary British artist Ian Davenport to create a special egg design, which was featured on a Global 6000 aircraft tail to commemorate this affiliation.
In 2014 VistaJet highlighted its 10th anniversary by publishing VistaJet – The Illustrated Story. Brilliantly illustrated by renowned artist Jean-Philippe Delhomme, the story touches on the milestones and growth of VistaJet since inception.