Ibiza clubbing: Fly direct from Ibiza to The BPM Festival

The end of September marks closing party season in Ibiza but in other parts of the world, the fun is just beginning. Take The BPM Festival in Portugal for example. Four sun-drenched days and nights of showcases, club nights and open-air parties on the Algarve with the world’s best DJs – the line-up reads like the who’s who of the entire Ibiza summer condensed into a long weekend.

Taking place from from September 20 to 23, 2018, it’s perfectly timed to fit in between the best Ibiza closing parties and with the all-new introduction of a direct flight route (not served by commercial airlines) with Aero between Ibiza and Faro, you can get yourself there in just over an hour – that’s faster than waiting in the taxi queue at Amnesia most nights!

Check in at the Ibiza private jet terminal on the morning of Thursday September 20, 2018 to join the shared Aero charter flight heading directly from the white isle to the famous rocky Algarve and you’ll arrive fresh at the festival with time to spare before the very first parties including Paradise at Blanco Beach headlined by Jamie Jones, Kenny Dope and Patrick Topping, plus Stereo Productions at NoSoloAgua with Chus & Ceballos, Technasia b2b Dennis Cruz and Portugal’s own DJ Vibe.

Your aircraft for the day is a Challenger 850, boasting one of the largest cabins in its class. With just ten seats available on the one-way flight, there’s all the room you need for yourself and nine other like-minded BPM-goers and each flight leg is 2450€, inclusive of taxes. Afterwards, you can go your separate ways – whether you head back to Ibiza for the rest of the closings, stay on in Portugal to relax and experience more of its beauty and beaches or simply head home to recover. The choice is yours.

Unlike those who’ve travelled coach and experienced a layover in another country on the way, you won’t be feeling any jet lag when the time comes to hit the first night’s events including Marco Carola + More! at Centro de Congressos do Arade; Mindshake with Paco Osuna, Cuartero and more within the same venue, plus the one-of-a-kind Detroit Love at Katedral Disco with Carl Craig, Stacey Pullen and more.

Now in its second year in this stunning new location, the following festival days take place across a variety of gorgeous beachside venues in Portimão and Lagoa – from intimate clubs to pop-ups on hidden coves. More than 140 artists are listed on the bill and highlights from day two include Loco Dice and his Desolat label showcase, Lee Burridge’s All Day I Dream concept – loved by Burners and Ibiza lovers alike. On day three, the place to be is Ya’Ah Muul, featuring the heavy-hitting line-up of Luciano, Apollonia, John Acquaviva, Nic Fanciulli, Peggy Gou and more, while day four offers a plethora of showcases including This Is The End with Richie Hawtin, Hector’s much-loved Vatos Locos and the two hotly anticipated closing parties – Cuttin’ Headz and fabric.

With all the benefits of a private charter flight, flying from IBZ to FAO with a shared Aero charter means there are no more long hours spent waiting for connections, no late night departure times and no lengthy delays waiting to go through traditional security. What was once a four-hour (plus) journey with a pesky stopover becomes a swift one and half hour jaunt taking you from the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean. That’s the equivalent of many people’s morning commute and you’ll barely skip a beat on the dance floor – all the more reason to reserve your seat!