Evoking the bygone glamour of air travel coupled with thoughtful, guest-centric design, our new, fully customized Four Seasons Private Jet will offer exceptional journeys for 48 globetrotting travellers.
Since launching the industry-first Private Jet experience in 2015, we’ve transported hundreds of guests to fascinating destinations around the world and opened doors to exclusive, often life-changing experiences. Now we’re taking the in-flight experience to even greater heights with our new, custom-outfitted Airbus A321neo.
The new Jet extends the comfort and style of our hotels up into the sky like never before. Every aspect of our reimagined aircraft has been strategically designed with premium, handcrafted finishes and intuitive functionality in mind. With the widest and tallest cabin in its class, there’s more room to socialize, dine and relax at your leisure.
“In designing the new Four Seasons Private Jet, we were inspired by the glamour and prestige of air travel in times past, when every flight was a special occasion. With a laser focus on comfort, functionality and beauty, our aim is to create an environment that encourages spontaneous social interaction between everyone on board.”
-Dana Kalczak, Four Seasons Vice President, Design
Introducing interactive experiences that inspire and enlighten. On our new Jet, come backstage to our lounge area to meet and learn from chefs, wellness experts and other Four Seasons masters through intimate workshops, educational demonstrations and culinary surprises in an unparalleled showcase of imagination and artistry in the air.
“Four Seasons is continually pushing the limits of conventional air travel. By connecting our guests with Four Seasons Masters during flight, we’re offering exclusive and even more enriching experiences for our guests to go home with.”
-Javier Loureiro, Director of Guest Experience
Settle into one of just 48 handcrafted seats, constructed with soft Italian leather and custom designed by Four Seasons. Each chair offers 6.5 feet (2 metres) of personal space, extends to lie fully flat and is paired with a plush ottoman, providing extended leg room or, when conversation strikes, a comfortable companion seat.
Our meticulous design team set out to create a residential feel with carefully sourced materials from around the world and handcrafted artisanal details. The end product is a rich, sleek and inviting environment just like our hotels on the ground – sky-high luxury at its best.
NEW CULINARY FEATS
During flight, our Jet’s Four Seasons Executive Chef will create inspiring meals that introduce you to new flavours and intriguing culinary perspectives. Taking into account your preferences and dietary restrictions, our Chef will use local ingredients from the destinations along your journey for each meal.
Our onboard lavatories have increased in size and double as a comfortable changing room to help you freshen up on the fly for your next destination. You’ll appreciate convenient amenities such as a full-length mirror, a leather bench seat and toiletries.
We’re taking the saying “the journey is the destination” to heart by inviting Four Seasons masters – experts in their fields – on board for interactive workshops and inspirational showcases. Here are just some of the experiences Jet travellers will have with our craftspeople.
Our wellness therapist will accompany you from Sydney to Bali, providing rejuvenating and customized spa treatments for your hands, eyes and body.
From St. Petersburg to Paris, you’ll sample rare and exceptional vintages with our master sommelier to celebrate the last leg of your journey.
Our resident naturalist and photographer from the Serengeti will offer insights into the wildlife you’ll be encountering on your game drive, and will show you how to capture the best photos.
With 20 trips around the world (and counting), Director of Guest Experience Javier Loureiro’s knowledge of each destination allows him to customize every experience for you, even if it’s off-program or last-minute.
Reserve one of the remaining seats on our incredible 2020 around-the-world journeys.