REIMAGINE YOUR EXTRAVAGANT DREAM TOUR
There are only 48 custom handcrafted seats on board, designed by Optimares, an Italian seatmanufacturing company, all outfitted in Poltrona Frau leather from Italy.
The Four Seasons private jet experience provides diversified and personalised services on board, from a chef and mixologist to a round-the-clock doctor and concierge.
Traveling around the world is a dream for many. Imagine taking a private jet, staying in a five-star hotel and savouring Michelin star dining, now could be the time to realize this extravagant dream and adore the glamour of air travel.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, the world’s leading luxury hospitality company, debuted its first fully branded and customised private jet in 2015. Since then, the Four Seasons Private Jet experience has transported hundreds of guests on bespoke journeys around the world and recently unveiled plans for an all-new Four Seasons Private Jet, the A321LR aircraft, that will take flight in early 2021.
The new A321LR aircraft, part of the new Airbus NEO family, will replace Four Seasons’ current Boeing 757-200 ER, becoming the hotel industry’s first-ever fully branded and customised private jet.
Luxury, naturally, is in the details, and no element of the new A321 has been overlooked. “When designing the new Four Seasons Private Jet, we were inspired by the glamour and prestige of air travel in times past, when every flight was a special occasion. With a laser focus on comfort and functionality, our aim is to create an environment that encourages spontaneous social interaction between everyone on board, reinforcing the power of connection.” says Dana Kalczak, Four Seasons Vice President, Design.
The curvaceous design of the fuselage has inspired Dana Kalczak and her team to make a human-centric design, thoughtfully accommodating the human body and its comfort.
The new jet, the widest and tallest cabin in its class, was conceived with a focus on well-being. With custom designed handcrafted seats, seating capacity has been reduced from 52 to 48, allowing for an expanded gathering place where guests can mingle and interact freely.
The cabin accents an elegant combination of a cream and chocolate colour palette. Besides commissioning a bespoke carpet, the design team has coined “La Ville Rose”, in honor of the distinctive peachy-rose color of the old buildings of Toulouse, for the aircraft’s cashmere throws and pillows. Curtains are in a lovely ombré that transitions from cream to rose, and even the nylon for the seat belts was chosen for its specific luster and color, displaying an exquisite design and craftsmanship.
With every detail under consideration in Four Seasons, lavatories are also being expanded for added comfort and flexibility, reflecting a more residential style. Guests will have the opportunity to meet and learn from Four Seasons master chefs and mixologists, wellness experts and arts and culture aficionados for an enriching in-flight experience. The Executive Chef will also enjoy an expanded galley area in which to prepare menus that are inspired by the journey itself, with the opportunity for spur-of-the-moment culinary surprises along the way.
The executive chef, concierge, director of guest experience, physician, and in-flight crew are all Four Seasons-trained, ensuring an elevated and highly personal experience that guests have come to expect from Four Seasons.
The President of Four Seasons Worldwide Hotel Operations hopes to create an intimate and comfortable experience that integrates a social and residential dimension on board.
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