Four Seasons Launches Private Jet Trips That Will Take You Around the World

Courtesy Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

The jet is now accepting bookings for 2021.

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The Four Seasons brand is synonymous with luxe amenities, haute properties like the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, an American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts property, and of course, those perfect, perfect pillows. What you might not associate Four Seasons with is private jets. That, however, is about to change. As of 2021, you’ll be able to take a 21- or 24-day around-the-world trip in the Four Seasons Private Jet for $163,000. And the 48-passenger jet is already accepting bookings for the four 2021 itineraries.

The Four Seasons private jet is custom-built, designed such that guests can socialize in-flight within designated lounge areas and relax in style with personal ottomans at each seat.

Right now, the Four Seasons private jet is scheduled to fly four bespoke itineraries in 2021. The first is their Remote Wonders journey from December 31, 2020 to January 20, 2021. It starts with a New Year’s Eve party in Dubai, heads to Vietnam and Thailand (with a day stop at Angkor Wat), before , unwinding on a catamaran adventure in the Seychelles and moving on to Rwanda and the Serengeti. (This itinerary is 21 days, but the other three span 24 days.)

The final private jet tour of 2021 is Ancient Explorer, which focuses on seeing 10 wonders of the world in 24 days. That means stops in Mexico, Australia, Jordan, Egypt, and Greece, among others.

As for the final two itineraries, International Intrigue runs from February into March with includes stops in Japan, Russia, the Serengeti, and the Maldives. Timeless Encounters has a more tropical feel; From March to April travelers will visit Hawaii, French Polynesia, Australia, and Bali among other destinations.

In terms of the programming and accomodations in each of the destinations, Four Seasons handles all the logistics, from finding local brands to partner with on the ground to curating cultural and culinary experiences that are unique to each locale.