Four Seasons is bringing their world-renowned luxury and service to cruising altitude with a new private plane. The sleek black Boeing 757-200 will carry up to 52 passengers on custom tailored round-the-world itineraries beginning next February. Combined with accommodations at Four Seasons properties, it's hard to imagine a better way to travel.

On board, guests will be treated to five-star globally inspired meals from a dedicated Four Seasons Chef, who will be able to make sure special dietary needs are met. A Guest Services Manager will be at your beck and call to make arrangements for your every need like spa appointments and tee times at each destination. In addition, a Concierge will be on board each flight to help customize your excursions.

Susan Helstab, Executive Vice President Marketing Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts says:

"Taking our legendary service to the skies is a natural extension of what we've been doing in our hotels for more than 50 years. The Four Seasons Jet showcases the unforgettable people and experiences that make Four Seasons unique. It speaks to our pioneering spirit and the aspirations of today's modern luxury traveller in an imaginative new way. The decision to offer one-of-a-kind trips aboard a custom-designed Four Seasons Jet reflects an understanding of our guests' evolving needs and preferences. It recognizes their desire to pair adventure and discovery with the luxury of a fully immersive Four Seasons experience."


Bookings are currently open for the first trip — an around the world tour in February 2015. Following that, next April, you can travel throughout Europe on a seven-stop tour focused on the arts. A second around the world trip will be made next Autumn.


Lie-flat seats on the Four Seasons Boeing 757 [Four Seasons]

The Four Seasons began creating private jet journeys in 2012 with itineraries that focused on stays at Four Seasons properties. The new branded jet will serve as a great marketing tool as it visits cities around the world. The interior features 52 hand-crafted lie-flat leather seats designed by the company's own interior experts. Guests will have global WiFi access, of course.


Source: The Pursuitist