Unique collaboration serves up private jet charters and top tickets for Wimbledon 2014
Once again, that time of year is here where the world of tennis prepares to descend on a small area of South West London for two weeks of top class tennis, strawberries and Pimms.
To mark the occasion, Chapman Freeborn has launched a unique collaboration with WimbledonDebentureHolders.com to provide private jet transport to London from locations worldwide, as well as exclusive access to the most sought after tickets.
As the birthplace of the modern game of tennis, the UK is a natural host for the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world; with the championship having been held at the All England Lawn Tennis Club since 1877.
The tournament is well known for its tendency to draw a high-profile audience, and for two weeks royalty, politicians and A-list celebrities become a common sight in the grounds of the club. When combined with a world-class standard of tennis, it’s clear to see why tickets to witness the event first hand are in huge demand, year on year.
The collaboration offers the ultimate Wimbledon experience, where fans are able to arrange a charter direct to any of London’s top private jet airports – including Biggin Hill, Farnborough, and London City Airport.
WimbledonDebentureHolders.com can then provide access to centre court tickets at royal box level, and fans can choose to enjoy anything from a first round match to the hugely anticipated final.
WimbledonDebentureHolders.com is a secure marketplace exclusively for Wimbledon debenture tickets. All tickets available through the site are at the level of the Royal Box, putting you in the heart of the action and in the perfect position for the ultimate Wimbledon experience.
The tickets include a reserved seat for the entire day, as well as access to the exclusive Debenture Holder VIP lounges, which feature private restaurants, bars, lounges and bathrooms.
Find out more about chartering a private jet to Wimbledon this year, as well as securing exclusive tickets
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