Four Seasons Debuts New Private Jet

By Jesse Sokolow on 23 April 2015
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A Four Seasons hotel room

A Four Seasons hotel room

Four Seasons officially unveiled its new Four Seasons Private Jet.

The plane, a Boeing 757-300, is outfitted with 52 hand-crafted leather lie-flat seats, as well as wool carpeting and Mongolian cashmere blankets.  The aircraft has a high-gloss black finish and the Four Seasons logo as livery.

Ten Four Seasons-trained in-flight crewmembers are aboard the plane, including a Four Seasons concierge, global guest services manager, and an executive and sous chef.  In-flight Wi-Fi and on-demand entertainment are also available for passengers.

The Four Seasons Jet will be used exclusively for Four Seasons Private Jet Experience trips.

The Four Seasons Private Jet Experience is a journey that includes air travel on the Four Seasons Jet as well as stays in Four Seasons hotels around the world.  Destinations will include Los Angeles, Sydney, Beijing, the Maldives, Istanbul, St. Petersburg, and Marrakech.  Once in the cities, program participants will be able to take part in experiences unique to the places, such as zip lining in Costa Rica, elephant-riding in Thailand, or snorkeling in the Seychelles.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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