An Inside Look at the @FourSeasons Private Jet Experience #FSJet
Did you know that you can experience the Four Seasons’ legendary luxury and service in the sky?! Yep, the extravagant design and attention to detail you have come to expect at your favorite Four Seasons Hotels can be experienced at 32,000 feet too on the Four Seasons Private Jet experience. Since I first heard about the Four Seasons Private Jet I’ve been dying to get on board!
If you never thought you could top First Class, think again! You’ve never experienced service like this. Imagine an onboard Concierge ready to cater to your every need, airplane cuisine designed by a Four Seasons Executive chef! They actually use fresh ingredients and local influences–now there’s a concept huh? When is the last time you saw an edible vegetable aboard a flight, eh?
And this Boeing 757 is totally tricked out! 53 flat-bed seats handcrafted in Italy, In-seat Power and USB Outlets, electric seat controls, iPad stowage compartments, personal ottomans with storage, on-demand entertainment systems, Global Wi-Fi where available and 78″ of personal space! You can practically lie down and make snow angels on the ground.
At a Four Seasons press event the other evening I learned about the Four Seasons’ new partnership with Dom Pérignon. It’s making me so high that it’s giving new meaning to the phrase “Mile High Club!” You’ll clink glasses as you kick off your travels with the icon of luxury champagne! Dom Pérignon is the exclusive champagne provider aboard the Four Seasons Jet and it seems rather fitting. The best for the best!
I only have Dom on special occasions and let me tell you, when I do I savor every sip! It was flowing the other night and every time I turned around some sexy waiter was topping off my glass!
If FS Jet isn’t a bucket-list worthy dream for you, you must live a very wonderful life. This is now at the tippy top of mine!
Following the overwhelming response to the launch of the 2015 Private Jet experiences, Four Seasons announces the launch of four new Private Jet itineraries for 2016. Featuring re-imagined versions of the perennial favorite Around the World journeys, this collection of Private Jet escapes includes two completely new experiences built around the themes of adventure and cultural exploration in keeping with the evolving needs of discerning guests who seek to create memorable moments while in search of unique and exclusive adventure.
“The launch of the hotel industry’s first fully-branded Private Jet earlier this year was in response to the growing demand among modern luxury travelers for a fully immersive Four Seasons experience both in the air and on the ground,” says Christopher W. Norton, Executive Vice President, Global Product and Operations at Four Seasons.“Our new 2016 itineraries offer guests the opportunity to experience new and exciting destinations while enjoying the uncompromised luxury and customized service they have come to expect from Four Seasons.”
Each itinerary is more exciting than the next, filled with drool-worthy, once-in-a-lifetime destinations! Each journey includes air travel and ground transportation, planned excursions, all meals throughout the trip and luxurious accommodations exclusively at Four Seasons. Sign me up! Here are some of their newest itineraries.
Obsessed with this time-lapse video, now if only I could make time pass this quickly in real life for me to save up for a round-the-world trip with Four Seasons! As you can imagine tickets aboard the Four Seasons Jet don’t come cheap!
Can’t quite afford the jet yet but want to experience the Four Seasons Luxury! Take a trip with me to the Four Seasons in Nevis, Buenos Aires, Uruguay, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui, Koele Lodge, Manele Bay and the Seychelles! Damn, I’ve been to more than a couple Four Seasons–and this isn’t even all of them!
Wow, this is just wow! I will definitely pay for a comfortable seat on an airplane. What more, with a Dom Perignon wine and a world class hotel service. Worth every penny Im sure of it.- November 16, 2014
I think you need to take a few trips on that plane so you can write a really thorough review.- December 3, 2014