By Stacey Leasca
April 24, 2019
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The Four Seasons is well-known for helping guests relax in the lap of luxury at its hotels around the world. And now, it’s expanding its air fleet to do the same in the friendly skies.

On Tuesday, the hotel chain announced its plans to add a new private jet to its fleet in 2021. This plane, Bloomberg reported, will replace its current jet, which debuted in 2015.

The new plane, like the old one, will invite travelers to book custom globe-trotting adventures that stop at different Four Seasons properties around the world.

Courtesy of Four Seasons
Courtesy of Four Seasons

“Our guests are fascinated with the idea of really being in our hands for three weeks,” Christian Clerc, president of worldwide hotel operations, told Bloomberg. “We felt we had to continue to enhance the experience.”

The actual aircraft is a narrow-body Airbus A321LR aircraft, Bloomberg reported. It will be retrofitted by Four Seasons and have room for 48 passengers. The new plane, like the old one, will likely be made up of entirely lay-flat seats.

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Renderings for the new plane show an entirely earth-toned cabin, with taupe flooring, pillows, and seating. It looks like it will also include a full bar and group seating areas.

“We wanted it to be functional but also very elegant, so you don’t have a lot of clutter there,” Clerc noted.

Courtesy of Four Seasons
Courtesy of Four Seasons

Beyond getting from point A to point B the flights will also come with onboard experiences including meet-and-greets with Four Seasons chefs, mixologists, wellness experts, and more. It will also come with exclusive onboard dining options curated by Four Seasons chefs from around the world.

The new flight experiences will open for bookings later this year for travels starting in 2021. Pricing has yet to be announced for the new plane, but the current jet packages start at $147,000 per person, according to Bloomberg.

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