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The Abbey and Jetsuitex

Partnership with The Abbey Food & Bar and JetSuiteX Brings the Party to the Sky, with tickets from $199 Each Way

David Cooley and JetSuiteX announced a new partnership yesterday to launch “Abbey Air”, bringing the party to the sky en route to Jeffrey Sanker’s White Party in Palm Springs, the world’s biggest gay dance festival weekend.

Departing from Burbank airport on Friday, May 5 and returning from Palm Springs on Monday, May 8, “Abbey Air” by JetSuiteX will bring part of The Abbey experience to the skies, allowing travelers to skip the traffic and fly to White Party Palm Springs with a quick 35-minute flight. The partnership keeps the party going from door-to-door, with a hangar pre-party and fares starting at $199 each way.  Flights may be purchased by visiting here, or by downloading the JetSuiteX app on iOS.

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