Head to Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora Via Private Jet

Photo by Four Seasons Resorts Bora Bora

Jetsetters, get ready. Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is now offering private jet charters from Los Angeles to Bora Bora.

Through a new partnership with Aircraft Logix, Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is providing new, non-stop flights from the executive terminals of the Los Angeles area airports, including Los Angeles International and Van Nuys among others. Guests of the charters will bypass the hassles of commercial air travel, boarding directly onto a Gulfstream G550 or a similar large cabin aircraft private charter.

On board, passengers will indulge in first-class dining and cocktails while they’re flown directly to Bora Bora. Upon arrival, travelers will be escorted via yacht to the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora.

“This new offering is one example of us continually elevating the guest experience here,” says Maria Jagla, general manager of Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora. “The convenience and comfort of flying private gives our guests a leg up on their holiday in Bora Bora, as they’ll arrive relaxed and refreshed, having bypassed the hassles and delays of commercial travel.”

Guests will have the option to book a charter year round over select dates in 2017. Options include exclusive private charters for one party (up to 12 guests) or a shared private charter with other Four Seasons guests. For those looking for a more unique celebration, the resort and airline will be offering a Spring Break charter April 13-20, a Festive Charter in December and a variety of other lifestyle-oriented charters focusing on romance, culinary experiences and wellness throughout the year.

The aircrafts will offer VIP seats, complete with dining areas, couches, club seating, a gourmet galley, upscale lavatories, separate cabin areas and individual monitors for extensive in-flight entertainment.

The resort is also currently offering a Fourth Night Free package, which includes accommodations in an overwater bungalow suite or a beachfront villa estate, plus a daily breakfast buffet for two. For those who can’t decide between the overwater bungalows and the beachfront villa estates, we recommend trying the Ashore Afloat package, which combines the best of staying in each accommodation.

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