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Four Seasons Private Jet Opens its Doors And It Looks Amazing (Pictures)

It’s not like we needed another reason to love Four Seasons, but this time they really surpassed even our wildest expectations. A year after announcing the idea of a flying luxury hotel, Four Seasons officially unveiled their customised Boeing 757 that will offer a world tour to the wealthiest interested in a flying luxury experience.

“In our hotels, spaces are conceived as settings for great experiences. The same is true for the Four Seasons Private Jet. Along with the core objectives of comfort and functionality—and adherence to strict aircraft safety standards—we wanted to create an exceptionally luxurious ambiance, and Champagne and caviar became our inspiration.” – Dana Kalczak, Vice President, Design, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

Just Lux noted that “the single-aisle aircraft has 52 flatbed handcrafted leather seats from Italian brand Iacobucci, hand-woven wool carpets, fine tableware, dark shellacked wood tray tables, and Mongolian cashmere blankets. Even the cute accent pillows look plush and comfortable. The jet’s exterior got a little makeover too, with a sleek high-gloss black paint job and the placement of a huge Four Seasons tree logo on the tail.

Each passenger receives a little surprise when boarding the Four Season Private Jet, including a Bvlgari toiletry kit valued around $100, Bose noise-cancelling headphones, and a leather travel journal.

If you’re already excited about booking a flight on this flying palace, you might want to hold back because the cost of a ticket aboard the Four Seasons costs $132,000 per person!


Check these stunning pictures and judge for yourself! (Photo Credit: Just Lux)

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