LuxuryThe 48-seater aircraft will be introduced in 2021.

Four Seasons getting new jet for luxury air tours

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Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is revamping its Four Seasons Private Jet program with a new plane and enhanced in-flight experience.

The hospitality group will replace its existing jet with a new Airbus A321LR in 2021. The customised, 48-seat aircraft promises a roomier cabin, expanded galley and large, residential-style lavatories. Outfitted in leather sourced from Italy's Poltrona Frau, the plane's seating will be designed for "easy socializing."

The new Four Seasons private jet will also feature a lounge area, which will host various interactive workshops led by Four Seasons chefs and mixologists, wellness experts or arts and culture aficionados. An executive chef, concierge, director of guest experience, physician and Four Seasons-trained crew will be onboard each flight. 

Four Seasons launched its branded private jet in 2015, tapping a retrofitted Boeing 757 for its inaugural aircraft. The Four Seasons Private Jet program offers a variety of luxury itineraries, ranging in price from $140,000 to $155,000 per person. Each journey includes air travel aboard the Four Seasons private jet, ground transportation, excursions, meals and beverages, and accommodations.

Source: Travel Weekly USA


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