The Four Seasons private jet is heading to the Middle East
For the first time since 2015, the Four Seasons Private Jet will fly to Angkor Wat, Mexico City, Easter Island, Jorden and Athens.
For the last four years, The Four Seasons has been giving its most high-profile guests the chance to see the world on a private jet, featuring the same hands-off service that the hotel is known for. It has just unveiled its next adventurous opportunities for 2021, including Angkor Wat, Jorden and Athens.
In 2021, up to 48-passengers will travel in one of the 48-handmade leather seats installed in the plane, as it travels to the four corners of the world.
The upgraded Four Seasons plane – which was unveiled in April – now features a more spacious lounge and bathrooms, as well as a much bigger kitchen.
The on-board menu takes inspiration from the likes of Mexican Polynesian, Thai and Jordanian cuisine.
The new itinerary is called the ‘Ancient Explorer’ includes taking off from Miami, before heading to see the Mo’ ai statues on Easter Island. After that, VIP travellers will visit the pyramids of Egypt, the temples of Petra, followed by the Athenian Parthenon and Acropolis.
The price for such luxury? A cool $147,000 per person.
You can check out the jet below: