The Four Seasons Has Released Information for its Luxury Jet
Who is up for a world tour, in a luxury jet?
The Four Seasons has finally released information on its beautiful, shiny black, Boeing 757 which will offer the same service and quality of its hotels 30,000 feet into the air.
The website says:
“Explore the world, Four Seasons style. Experience a lifetime’s worth of adventure in one spectacular voyage. Our exclusive itineraries travel to amazing places at every corner of the globe—taking you to secluded islands, urban centres alive with culture, and everywhere in between. Climb aboard and see the world in a remarkable new way.
Flying aboard the Four Seasons Jet with our on-board service professionals ensures that you travel in total comfort prior to arriving at deluxe Four Seasons accommodations. On the ground, experience the very best that each remarkable destination has to offer with the help of our dedicated travel experts.”
The luxury jet experience will cost travelers $132,000 per person. The first trip which plans to visit, Los Angeles, Kona, Bora Bora, Sydney, Bali, Chian Mai, Taj Mahal and Mumbai, Prague and London is scheduled to take place January 16, 2016. In between flights travelers will stay at The Four Seasons hotels in the city where they have landed.
According to Bloomberg, the 233 standard-size seats turn into 52 beds which are each 6.5 feet long offering people sufficient personal space. While it has not been specified so far how much it has cost to customize the Boeing 757, we know that it has cost more than $15 million dollars.
The Observer reported that the Four Seasons’ vice president of design had this to say, “In our hotels, spaces are conceived as settings for great experiences, 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, and Champagne and caviar became our inspiration.”