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Charter a private jet to the Champions League Final

On 26 May, Real Madrid and Liverpool go head-to-head in Ukraine's capital, Kyiv, for the hotly-anticipated UEFA Champions League Final. With the highest attendance in recent history, this year’s final is set to be one for the books. Don’t miss the chance to witness footballing history – charter a private jet with Air Charter Service today.

History of UEFA Championship Cup

Crowd watching soccer
Crowd watching soccer

Introduced in 1955, the UEFA Champions League is an annual European continental club football tournament. The tournament’s climax, the UEFA Champions League Final, is the most-watched annual sporting event in the world, with around 360 million television viewers tuning in to the 2012-2013 final.

The tournament leading up to the final has seen each team playing against the others in its group, both home and away, in a round-robin format. The winning team and runners-up from each group then progressed to the next round, when the finalists were decided.

Real Madrid is the most successful club in the competition's history, having reached the final 16 times and won 12 times. Fans wait with bated breath to see whether the Spanish team will create a new world record by beating Liverpool this May.

What to expect from the UEFA Champions League final

As Real Madrid prepare to defend their title for the third year running, Reds fans (as Liverpool supporters are affectionately known) are gearing up to spur Liverpool on after they qualified for the final with an overall aggregate of 7-6.

We’re days away from the much-anticipated final between two of Europe’s most beloved teams. While Madrid are fan favourites after successfully defending their championship for the past two years, they faced an embarrassing 3-2 defeat to Sevilla, who drew 3-3 with Liverpool during the Champions League group stages. Following Liverpool's defeat of Roma during the qualifiers, we’re now seeing the team performing better than ever as they look poised and ready to snatch this year’s trophy.

Private jet charter to the UEFA Champions League Final in Kyiv

Hetman Bohdan Khmelnitsky Monument and Saint Sophia's Cathedral on Sofia Square, Kyiv
Hetman Bohdan Khmelnitsky Monument and Saint Sophia's Cathedral on Sofia Square, Kyiv

The UEFA Champions League Final is scheduled to take place on 26 May 2018 at the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kyiv, Ukraine, as decided by UEFA Executive Committee in 2016. Kyiv will be the sixth Eastern European city to host the final since its inception. After what is sure to be an intense and close final, it will be time to explore the exquisite city and cultural hub of Kyiv.

One of the city’s main attractions is the Ukrainian National Chernobyl Museum. Comprised of three exhibition halls, this museum seeks to remind the world of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe and highlight the importance of the reconciliation needed between man, technology, science and earth through art. Make a stop at the Golden Gate of Kyiv, a national landmark restored in 1982, which marked the gate’s 1,500-year anniversary. Consider travelling to the cafés that surround Sophia Square and pay a visit to Hetman Bohdan Khmelnitsky Monument and Saint Sophia's Cathedral, finishing your trip by paying tribute to the Tatyana Markus Memorial, attributed to undercover Ukrainian heroine Tatyana Markus who fought the destructive Nazi regime during World War II.

If you’re planning to enjoy the UEFA Champions League Final and explore Kyiv afterwards like a VIP, it makes sense to start your trip in fitting style. To book a private jet with Air Charter Service to any of Kyiv’s airports or discuss private jet prices, contact us and one of our dedicated account managers will help you arrange a luxurious and tailor-made trip.



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