Hotel Offers The World In Their Own Jet
The Four Seasons Private Jet Experience offers a variety of itineraries that cross the globe visiting up to 10 international destinations on a single journey.
The jet is currently flying an 'Around the World' 24-day global expedition. Taking guests on safari through the Serengeti, diving with a marine biologist in the Maldives and learning to make sushi in Tokyo. It began earlier this month in Seattle and will include stops in Beijing, China to see the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City as well as Istanbul, Turkey for a sunset cocktail cruise down the Bosphorus. This week they will fly to St Petersburg, Russia to browse art at the State Hermitage Museum and enjoy a private concert by members of the Mariinsky Theatre Opera Company. Then to Marrakech, Morocco to spend an afternoon in the heart of the Red City before the Private jet makes its final stop in New York City next weekend which includes a celebratory dinner. The next morning, after breakfast passenger-guests connect to their various flights home.
There are several more world flights next year. For example you can fly from the Taj Mahal to the Sydney Opera House, to Bora Bora and the jungles of Chiang Mai, on a 24-day journey January 26–February 18, 2016 for a price of USD 132,000 per person based on double occupancy. You can also charter the jet for yourself and 51 of your friends if your pockets are deep enough.
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Video 2: Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Four Seasons Private Jet - Building The Experience. Time Lapse painting the livery.
The Boeing 757-2K2 WL is operated by TAG aviation in the UK registered G-TCSX msn 26330 and leased by TCS World Travel. It was modified from a 233-passenger commercial aircraft to a 52-seat two by two configuration giving passengers 6.5 feet of personal space. In-flight services include Five Star dining and Dom Pérignon. As the exclusive Champagne provider aboard the Private Jet, passengers will enjoy the latest vintage from one of the world’s finest wine makers. Global Wi-Fi, Bose headphones, iPads and Bulgari amenity kits are also offered. The jet is also equipped with a flying wine cellar offering an impressive selection.