B&R Partners with XOJET

Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer. George Clooney and Brad Pitt. George Butterfield and Sidney Robinson. Sometimes friendships just feel right.

I had the same feeling when I met the folks over at XOJET, an industry leader in private aviation services. With an emphasis on serving leaders with the same empowering, above-and-beyond spirit we bring to each of our trips, learning about their business felt like finding a kindred spirit—immediately I thought, “they get it.”

A toast to our new partnership with XOJET’s Shari Jones on board one of their Challenger 300s.

That’s why I’m thrilled to announce we’ve partnered with XOJET to ensure the experience of getting to and from your B&R trip is as exceptional as the experience you’ll get on trip. Their skill for creating custom flight solutions for businesses and individuals, combined with the highest safety ratings in the industry, makes them the perfect partner.

Of course, making connections has always been at the heart of what we do, and while we’ve long known the open road is made better with company, it turns out the same is true of the skies. So while we’re excited to make new friends at XOJET, we’ve been so impressed with them we thought we’d give you the chance to get to know them as well.


B&R travellers will now have the chance to avail themselves of XOJET’s world-class private jet charter solutions while en route to the sort of amazing adventures they’ve come to expect from B&R, or for business travel unrelated to us.

As part of our partnership, existing B&R travellers will enjoy exclusive benefits and world-class service when flying XOJET, including a dedicated booking line, complimentary inflight catering, and after their first XOJET flight, a future flight credit.

With B&R’s talented Trip Designers crafting adventures that offer our signature mix of immersion, adventure and surprise, and XOJET taking command of the transportation, you can now receive the same world-class service you’ve come to expect from B&R from the moment your departure takes off to the second you deboard upon arrival back home.

What’s that line, again? Oh, that’s right…

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