Guide to Enhancing FIFA World Cup 2022 Experience With Private Charters

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For both football superfans and casual spectators all over Europe and the world, one of the biggest events of the year, the FIFA World Cup, is fast-approaching. With the qualifiers well underway, the majority of European matches are nearly completed, and emotions are running high. The long-awaited four-yearly feast of football will be held in December – for the first time in the championship’s 92-year history.

The most widely viewed and followed single sporting event in the world will kick off on November 21st and determine the champions during the final match on December 18th. Undoubtfully, the event will bring together players, coaches and management staff, fans, press and media personnel, corporate sponsors, and sports fans from the farthest parts of the world to take part in one of the most exciting events of 2022.

FIFA World Cup – home to memorable moments in football

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The FIFA World Cup has created numerous unforgettable moments in the history of football during the 92 years it’s been officially running – from the miracles of Maradona to the free-kick wonders of Beckham. Millions of both passionate and casual fans haven’t missed the opportunity to attend the championships and see their national teams compete in, what many see as the most prestigious football tournament in the world. And for many football players, the championship can become a place for some of the most career-defining moments.

Let’s take a brief look at some of the memorable moments from some of the past tournaments:

The iconic free-kick from England

Qualifications for 2002’s World Cup were intense ones for England. One point behind Greece, 1-2, in the most nerve-wracking moments for the ‘Three Lions’, the team’s captain David Beckham pulled off a sensational 25-yard free-kick and managed to bring England straight to the finals in South Korea and Japan.

Germany breaks the deadlock in six minutes

The 2006 World Cup was just six minutes in, when a 22-year-old Philipp Lahm scored the first goal of that year’s World Cup, playing against Costa Rica. The shot was an unstoppable one for the opponent’s goalkeeper, and Germany won the match 4-2, the team moving forward in the tournament. 

Argentina lights up Rio de Janeiro

In the 2014 World Cup, Argentina’s Lionel Messi made his mark in that year’s championship, scoring the first goal in the finals after eight years of dry spell. The left-foot shot by Messi ended up making a big difference and brought the Argentinians the win against Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Nerves of steel from Italy

Desperate to avoid penalty kicks, which have eliminated the Italian national team from three of the past four World Cups, the finals between Italy and France went into overtime. Andrea Pirlo’s concentration in these important penalty shootout moments for Italy was impressive to witness. The ‘Azzurri’ scored five amazing penalties, that were a sight to behold, and brought them 2006’s FIFA World Cup.

The Netherlands’ diving finish

2014’s World Cup was surely a year of memorable matches. Coming head-to-head with Spain, the Netherlands’ Robin Van Persie performed a stunning diving header into the Spaniards’ gate. Van Persie’s goal made it into history, and the game finished 5-1 with the ‘Oranje’ taking the win.

These and more truly unforgettable moments that took place during the previous World Cup tournaments are some of the most nerve-wracking and, at the same time, euphoric experiences for any avid football fan and player alike. And experiencing them in person is even more spectacular.

FIFA World Cup 2022 – for the first time in the Middle East

With the State of Qatar hosting the upcoming championship, the tournament is an ideal time for die-hard football fans to book a private charter flight and go for a truly all-rounded experience. With its pleasant winter weather, where temperatures fluctuate around 25°C, pink sand beaches, hidden bays, and a number of fun activities offered – Qatar makes it a perfect mid-winter getaway for the players, officials, and fans alike.

Tens of thousands of people are expected to arrive in Qatar for the most important football tournament in the world. While the uncertainty of how the continuing global pandemic could still affect travel plans, it’s safe to assume that the majority of the travellers will use commercial airlines to reach Lusall, Al Khor, Al Rayyan, Al Wakrah, and Doha, where the matches will take place. However, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that private jet companies are predicting that a significant number of people will be reaching Qatar by private jet charter flights.

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For fans making their way to the Arabian Peninsula, the championship will sure offer a one-of-a-kind experience. Qatar, the first Arab and Muslim country to host the event, is a wondrous blend of past and present. Fascinating history, dating back to 50,000 years ago, unique culture, delightful cuisine, and welcoming people tie in together with modern amenities, dazzling beaches, and breath-taking sights – something that will be one for the World Cup’s history books.

When it comes to such events as FIFA World Cup, private jet charters, for both individuals and larger groups, offer plenty of benefits that commercial flights simply cannot match. No more long airport queues, crowded spaces, or delayed flights – only comfort, speed, and flexibility when flying private. Having 3 civil airports, one in the capital Doha and two in Al Khor, and a good number of smaller airports and airstrips, private travelling allows you to better access to venues and accommodations, saving more time to enjoy all the unforgettable moments to come.

Private jet charters – the first choice of sporting teams

With 20 teams already qualified for this year’s World Cup, including Qatar itself, 12 more teams are still competing for a spot at the championship and the chance to represent their nations. Once all 32 teams have qualified, the teams will be making their way to Qatar for one of the most extravagant sporting events taking place in the region.

While a good number of fans, and possibly press and media representatives, will travel using commercial airlines, the national teams and staff are sure to be hopping on private jet charters.

The key element that private jet hire offers is comfort. It’s important for the teams and their supporting staff to arrive in top shape, ready to show class play for thousands of football fans, and media. Traveling by a private jet also provides the teams with safety and security, ensures skipping crowded airport terminals, and offers proper nutritional meals onboard the flight – all adding up to the highest level of comfort.

Why should corporate, media, and fans choose private jet charter?

For large groups, be it corporate, sponsor, media, or fans, travelling to such massive sporting events like the FIFA World Cup 2022, private jet charter is truly the best way to make sure safe travel for all. This includes any special requirements or needs the travellers might have.

Making your trip an absolute success often depends on the arrangement of the tiniest of details. With a private jet charter company, these nuances are taken care of professionally, ensuring an enjoyable experience. Well-established charter hires work closely with a large number of major sports tour operators all around the world and can provide fans, media, and corporate sponsors with flights to such large sporting events in a quick and efficient manner. The experience of private jet charter companies is unrivalled when it comes to delivering tailored solutions to make your trip that more special.

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