The chatter surrounding the launch of their Private Jet experience in 2015 still rings in our ears – mind you, this was an industry-first – but the Four Seasons wouldn’t be the Four Seasons if they hadn’t already thought of ways to make the experience of travel even more unforgettable. Returning in 2020, we hear the newly renovated Airbus321neo will be more bespoke than ever.
Lean back as the aircraft, whose carefully handcrafted details and décor have been kept in Four Seasons’ classic black and white colour scheme, takes you to new heights of luxury. If your travel habits are even remotely similar to ours, it probably won’t be long until the experiential bug bites: luckily, an onboard lounge area with wellness workshops and culinary demonstrations is only steps away. In contrast, the jet will touch down at evermore-remote destinations, many of which form part of two brand-new itineraries.
Buckle up for Remote Wonders, a journey kick-started by watching the New Year’s fireworks over Dubai’s Burj Khalifa before it’s off to Southeast Asia’s most seductive sights, from Angkor Wat to the backstreets of Bangkok. Jetting off to Africa for open-air yoga sessions in the Seychelles and an exclusive one-on-one with Rwanda’s mountain guerrillas, guests staying at the sky-bound Four Seasons will dip into the world’s most enviable destinations without so much as lifting a finger (though you might be tempted to raise a glass of champagne or two every now and then). Doesn’t sound like your cup of tea? Opt for the Ancient Explorer experience instead and let yourself be whizzed away to Jordan, Egypt, Bora Bora and beyond – be a darling and save us a seat, will you?
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