Four Seasons New Private Jet to Launch in 2021

( Four Seasons Private Jet) Four Seasons Private Jet

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has unveiled plans for an all-new Four Seasons Private Jet that will take flight in early 2021. The new Airbus A321LR aircraft is being fully customized by Four Seasons; guests can expect something similar to the brand's previous private jet (which this will replace) but, now, offering more space and interactive flight experience (to note: it's the widest and tallest cabin in its class).

A focal point of the aircraft will be a new spacious lounge area that invites socializing among guests, and also becomes a stage for the series of Four Seasons artisans to showcase their talents and craft in workshops. In addition, guests can have the opportunity to meet and learn from master chefs, mixologists, and wellness, arts and culture experts for an in-flight experience.

The 48 Italian-produced seats all have ottomans at their feet that can encourage interaction and face-to-face connections among guests. Good to know: The lavatories were expanded to reflect a more residential style.

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The on-board Four Seasons executive chef will have access to an expanded galley area to prepare menus that are inspired by the journey. In addition to the executive chef, each journey includes a full complement of staff, comprising a concierge, director of guest experience, physician and a flight crew.

All-new itineraries aboard the new Four Seasons Jet for 2021 are currently in development and will also be unveiled in 2019. There are currently four journeys available for 2020. The Four Seasons Private Jet is operated by TCS World Travel. 

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