Flying high: Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts launches new custom private jet

The new aircraft that is part of the Airbus NEO family is being fully customised by Four Seasons

Four seasons hotels and resorts, Hospitality industry

Hospitality group Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has revealed its plans for an all-new Four Seasons Private Jet. The aircraft that has 48 custom handcrafted seats, will take flight in early 2021.

The A321LR aircraft that is part of the Airbus NEO family will replace the current aircraft that is being used by the hospitality group.

Talking about the new aircraft, Christian Clerc, president, worldwide hotel operations, four seasons hotels and resorts said, “Building on the success of our Private Jet programme to date, our drive to continuously innovate and push the conventional limits of travel has led to this new opportunity to experience Four Seasons like never before”

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On board the flight, guests will “have the opportunity to meet and learn from Four Seasons master chefs and mixologists, wellness experts and arts and culture aficionados”, a statement by the company read.

The private jet comes with an executive chef, concierge, and director of guest experience, physician, and four seasons-trained in-flight crew.

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