Four Seasons offers four new private jet journeys
Four Seasons has announced four new luxury private jet package holidays for 2016, after launching its own private jet in April 2014.
The aircraft used by Four Seasons is a VIP-configured Boeing 757 (registered as G-TCS), which features a striking black paint scheme and Four Seasons branding. It can carry groups of 52 passengers.
You can watch a time lapse video of the Boeing 757 going through the paint shop below:
Starting at $100,000, passengers can choose between four trips, which typically last for around four weeks.
The itinerary for 2016 is as follows:
Timeless Discoveries: An Around the World Journey (26 January – 18 February)
Los Angeles, Kona, Bora Bora, Sydney, Bali, Chiang Mai, Taj Mahal, Mumbai, Prague, London
International Intrigue: An Around the World Journey (14 April – 7 May)
Seattle, Tokyo, Beijing, Maldives, Serengeti, Istanbul, St. Petersburg, Marrakech, Boston
Extraordinary Adventures: An Around the World Journey (17 September – 11 October)
Austin, Costa Rica, Hawaii, Sydney, Langkawi, Mauritius, Serengeti, Petra and the Dead Sea, Lisbon
Cultural Escape: Europe, Middle East and Africa (4 November – 22 November)
London, Petra and the Dead Sea, Dubai, Seychelles, Serengeti, Florence, London
“The launch of the hotel industry’s first fully-branded private jet earlier this year was in response to the growing demand among modern luxury travellers for a fully immersive Four Seasons experience both in the air and on the ground,” said Christopher W. Norton, executive vice president, global product and operations at Four Seasons.
“Our new 2016 itineraries offer guests the opportunity to experience new and exciting destinations while enjoying the uncompromised luxury and customized service they have come to expect from Four Seasons.”
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Overnight stay at a Four Seasons hotel is included in the price of the ticket and each journey includes ground transportation, planned excursions and gourmet meals. Four Seasons has also teamed-up with Dom Pérignon to bring an extra touch of luxury to passengers.