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Four Seasons Unveils the Interior Of Its Private Jet Experience

The Four Seasons jet (Photo provided by Four Seasons)

In order to continue to develop a luxury experience for all of its customers, Four Seasons Hotel and Resorts has recently unveiled the interior of their Four Seasons Private Jet.

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While information on the aircraft was originally released in November of 2014, Four Seasons has officially unveiled the interior of the Boeing 757 along with its designated routes for 2016. The aircraft is an attempt by the resort chain to better control the Four Seasons experience not only on the ground, but in the air as well.

The Four Seasons' jet cabin (Photo provided by Four Seasons)

The Four Seasons’ jet cabin (Photo provided by Four Seasons)

The interior of the aircraft has only 52 hand-crafted leather seats in it, resulting in a 2 by 2 seating layout with each seat having a lay-flat design. The aircraft is also equipped with onboard WiFi and on-demand entertainment at each seat. What most distinguishes this plane from the service offered by many commercial airlines is that the flight comes with 10 Four Seasons trained in-flight crew including a Concierge, Global Guest Services Manager, an Executive Chef and even a Sous Chef.

Seats onboard the Four Seasons jet (Photo provided by Four Seasons)

Seats onboard the Four Seasons jet (Photo provided by Four Seasons)

Chef Kerry Sear of the Four Seasons said “Our aim is to recreate the hotel experience on the Four Seasons Private Jet, which means creating innovative meals using fresh ingredients, served on the finest tableware and linens, all with impeccable Four Seasons service.”

The Four Seasons Private Jet has been designed for several specific trips around the world for its high profile guests. Journeys scheduled for 2016 include destinations such as Kona, Bora Bora, Bali, Sydney and more. There are four different trip types that can be selected, and customers can choose a package that includes both the private jet and Four Seasons resorts in each city.

The first around-the-world trip with the jet will last for 24 days and will reach the following destinations. Per Flightaware, it appears that the first journey has embarked already.

  • Los Angeles
  • Kona, Hawaii
  • Bora Bora
  • Sydney
  • Bali
  • Northern Thailand
  • Mumbai
  • Instanbul
  • London
Four Seasons' jet route (Via Flightaware)

Four Seasons’ jet route (Via Flightaware)

“In our hotels, spaces are conceived as settings for great experiences,” says Dana Kalczak, who is currently the Vice President of Design for the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.  “The same is true for the Four Seasons Private Jet.  Along with the core objectives of comfort and functionality – and adherence to strict aircraft safety standards – we wanted to create an exceptionally luxurious ambiance.”

The company says, for an exclusive look inside the personal eye of a guest on the jet, to follow #FSJetInsider on social media.

AirlineGeeks.com Staff


  • Joe Pesek

    Joe joined AirlineGeeks in 2014, and in his current role as Editor-in-Chief manages a growing team of writers both in North America and Europe. He enjoys spending the bulk of his time researching, learning and analyzing the latest trends in the airline industry, all while mentoring new members of the AirlineGeeks team who seek to do the same. Areas of research include revenue management, codeshare and alliance partnerships and airline financial results.

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