Prince Harry uses a private airport service that is described as “opulent” and “ultra-exclusive.”
According to rumours, Prince Harry uses a high-end private airport service.
After retiring as working royals in March 2020, the Sussexes now reside in California, north of Los Angeles.
Harry travelled to the United Kingdom in June to witness the dedication of a new Princess Diana statue on July 1, but then flew back to the United States.
He was picked up from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) by a Chevrolet SUV owned by The Private Suite (PS), a “ultra-exclusive and extravagant private airport service,” according to the Daily Mail.
PS describes itself as providing “a private airport experience” and claims to be “the most VIP way around the airport.”
PS reimagines the airport experience for the seasoned and discriminating passenger, according to its website.
Gavin de Becker, who also operates a security firm for celebrities, is the company’s CEO.
Signing up as a member costs £3,250, with an additional £2,500 per trip.
PS claims to be able to deliver “seamless” travel via LAX in its promotional materials.
“On arrivals to LAX, our agents will be waiting for you immediately you depart the aircraft,” they explain.
“You will be led down the jet bridge stairs to our car, which will transport you to our private terminal.
“At our private terminal, international arrivals breeze through customs and immigration.”
When the Sussexes announced their plan to step down as working royals in January 2020, they created a worldwide stir.
They travelled to North America after the Commonwealth Day Service in March 2020, which was their final royal engagement.
The couple traveled to California after a brief sojourn in Canada, where Meghan lived while filming the courtroom program Suits.
The state went under coronavirus lockdown shortly after they arrived, and both Sussexes were seen delivering meals to needy LA residents.
Since immigrating, Harry has only returned to the United Kingdom twice, in April and June 2021.
He returned to Windsor Castle for Prince Philip’s funeral, which took place on April 17 in St George’s Chapel.
The prince returned in late June to undergo coronavirus isolation in preparation for the unveiling of Diana’s statue.
Together with Prince William, Harry unveiled the new memorial in the Kensington Palace gardens.
Both royals expressed their longing for their mother in a statement.
“Every day we wish she was still with us,” the brothers stated.
“Her love, strength, and character will be remembered.
Brinkwire Summary News: “Qualities that made her a force for good.”