Pan Am, a symbol of the elegance of air travel and creator of the “Jet Set” ideal, is re-launching with “Tracing the Atlantic”, a journey with stops in Bermuda, Lisbon, Marseille, London and Foynes in Ireland.

Combining the nostalgic appeal of Pan Am’s golden age with modern luxury, this experience taps into the trend of high quality experiential services, and it has been made possible by a licensing deal between Pan – Am Brands and specialists Criterion Travels and charter flights operator Bartelings.

A themed Boeing 757 will offer modern business class lie-flat seats with unique ‘buddy’ seats for socialising. Hand-picked crew will provide an unrivalled in-flight experience and will remain on board for the duration of the journey, while upscale catering with continental cuisine and an open bar on all flight legs will pamper passengers.

On the ground, the partnership with Criterion Travel will deliver a five-star experience with accommodation at top luxury properties such as the Rosewood Bermuda, Four Seasons Ritz in Lisbon, The Savoy in London and Dromoland Castle in Ireland. Special events include an evening of fado in Lisbon, a 4th of July celebration in London and an exclusive dinner at the Flying Boat and Maritime Museum in Foynes.

The 12-day Pan Am voyage, which will depart on 27 June 2025, is strictly limited to 50 guests and has an undoubtedly luxurious price tag: $59,950 per person based on double occupancy, or $65,500 for solo travellers.

The Jet Set is back.