Airstream 2 Go, a company offering road trips in luxury Airstream trailers, has a Texas Two Step journey starting Nov. 1. Travelers pick up the trailer and the Chevrolet Tahoe LTZ tow vehicle to go along with it from El Paso, Tex., and drive east on itineraries the company has created ranging from three to seven days.
The luxury of camping in an iconic Airstream is now open to everyone.
Now you can rent an iconic Airstream for the ultimate luxury road trip
Take an American icon with you for the ultimate glamping road trip. The only question is, “How do I back this thing up?” (The answer: Slowly.)
In the early 2000s, Richard E “Dicky” Riegel was in “the best job anyone could ask for” as the President & CEO of Airstream. Under his leadership, Airstream more than doubled sales and introduced popular new product ranges like the International CCD. In 2005 he stepped up to a senior management position with Airstream’s parent company Thor, where he had broad opportunities. Then in 2012 he did something completely unexpected.
The Great American Road Trip
On The eve of the 150th Anniversary of Yosemite National Park, Kate Betts takes the wheel for an unforgettable Airstream adventure down California's Pacific Coast Highway and beyond.
AKA, the nine-property brand of luxury extended-stay accommodations, recently introduced a mobile suite at its Beverly Hills, Calif., location in partnership with Airstream 2 Go. The 200-square-foot suite, which is 28 feet long, is connected to a GMC Yukon Denali and is meant to be used on a five-day journey to Santa Barbara to explore the local vineyards, beaches and hiking trails.
When it was debuted in 1931, the Airstream trailer was the most sylish thing on the road — "Fifth Avenue on Wheels," gushed company founder Wally Byam. That ethos lives on at Airstream 2 Go. The company is the only place in the world where you can rent a shiny new Airstream — and it's a beauty