Four Seasons launches 'exceptionally luxurious' private jet

Four Seasons has unveiled the new Four Seasons Private Jet, which is available for charter by corporate groups.

Four Seasons Private Jet
Four Seasons Private Jet

The jet can fit 52 guests and comes with a Four Seasons-trained in-flight crew of ten, including an executive chef, sous chef, concierge and a global guest services manager to personalise the journey. Both the jet and the staff can be privately chartered by groups.

The aircraft has been designed using Four Seasons’ signature style and features hand-crafted leather flatbed seats, hand-woven woollen carpeting and fine tableware. The exterior has a gloss black finish and the largest ever rendition of the Four Seasons logo.

"In our hotels, spaces are conceived as settings for great experiences," says Dana Kalczak, vice president of design, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. "The same is true for the Four Seasons Private Jet. Along with the core objectives of comfort and functionality – and adherence to strict aircraft safety standards – we wanted to create an exceptionally luxurious ambiance, and Champagne and caviar became our inspiration."

The Four Seasons jet can also be booked as part of a jet experience, which includes air travel and ground transportation, planned excursions, all meals and beverages throughout the trip, and luxurious accommodations exclusively at Four Seasons hotels and resorts around the world. 

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