Since that time the Boeing 757 has earned plenty of air miles taking guests on around-the-world vacations – and it is being rewarded by being put out to pasture for a hard earned rest.
Replacing it will be a long-haul Airbus A321LR aircraft, slated for a 2021 delivery and billed by Four Seasons as being destined to revolutionise the way millionaires and billionaires travel.
From lacing the interiors with hand-crafted leather seats to in-flight workshops and on-board executive chefs, the new Four Seasons private jet is promising to be something to behold.
Perhaps most uniquely, the new jet will offer passengers the chance to indulge in interactive workshops with the likes of master chefs, cocktail makers, wellness experts and arts and culture aficionados, all at 33,000 feet.
Menus will be crafted by the on-board Four Seasons executive chef, who will be joined by a concierge, director of guest experience, a physician and Four Seasons trained in-flight crew.
In 2014 Four Seasons’ launched a round-the-world trip by private jet, priced at $130,000 per person.
In recent years the brand has also diversified into luxury home rentals, launching a service that allows people to search for upscale private villas, residences and holiday homes across the world,
Four Seasons Hotels was founded by Canadian businessman Isadore Sharp in 1960.