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April 24, 2014

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New Wynn trip package offers private jet to Vegas

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Steve Marcus

The Encore is shown to the left of the Wynn Las Vegas on the Strip.

Wynn Resorts is offering a new deal aimed at getting California guests in the door without them having to fly commercial or drive.

The company announced this week that the Wynn Las Vegas and Encore will begin offering a vacation package that pairs private jet service with the resorts' accommodations.

The package begins at $780 per person for double occupancy and $1,193 for single occupancy. The price includes roundtrip airfare on a 50-person jet from Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport or John Wayne Airport in Orange County and a three-night stay in a standard room at Encore or Wynn.

On board the private jet, a Wynn concierge will have room keys on hand so guests can skip the hotel check-in process, as well as champagne before take off. Upon arrival at McCarran International Airport’s executive terminal, limousine service will take guests to the resort.

Upgrades are available with rates depending on availability and suite choice. The package runs this weekend through Nov. 29.

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