Four Seasons Reveals More Private Airbus A321LR Trips 2022

It’s been over a year since we first heard about Four Seasons’ brand new private jet. Now, the hotel and resort brand has unveiled some of the experiences customers can book using the brand new Airbus A321neo jet. From Africa to Southeast Asia, to Australia and Europe, customers can see the world in Four Seasons’ privacy and luxury – for the right price.

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The Four Seasons jet is an A321LR. Photo: Four Seasons

“The Four Seasons Private Jet Experience was created for travellers who want to see the world, immerse themselves in new cultures and share in unique adventures, all while part of an end-to-end Four Seasons experience,” -Christian Clerc, President, Global Operations, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

A look at Four Seasons’ A321 private jet packages

The company has several exciting packages on offer, which can be booked for as early as May 2021. However, Spring 2022 experiences are already being marketed by the hotel group and are available for booking. Here’s what Four Seasons has on offer:

World of Adventures – May 28 to June 20, 2021 – Seattle, USA – Kyoto, Japan – Bali, Indonesia – Seychelles – Rwanda – Marrakech, Morocco – Bogota, Colombia – Galapagos Islands – Miami, USA

International Intrigue – November 27 to December 20, 2021 – Seattle, USA – Kyoto, Japan – Hoi An, Vietnam – Maldives – Serengeti, Tanzania – Marrakech, Morocco – Budapest, Hungary – St. Petersburg, Russia – Paris, France

African Wonders – a family-friendly itinerary: December 28, 2021, to January 9, 2022 – Athens, Greece – The Pyramids, Egypt (day trip) – Serengeti, Tanzania – Mauritius – Rwanda – Victoria Falls, Zambia (day trip) – Johannesburg, South Africa.

Timeless Encounters – March 14 to April 6, 2022 – Kona, Hawaii – Bora Bora – Sydney, Australia – Bali, Indonesia – Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai, Thailand – Taj Mahal, India (day trip) – Dubai, UAE – Prague, Czech Republic – London, England

Ancient Explorer – April 8 to May 1, 2022 – Miami, USA – Mexico City – Easter Island – Bora Bora – Great Barrier Reef, Australia – Bangkok or Koh Samui, Thailand – Petra and Wadi Rum, Jordan – The Pyramids, Egypt (day trip) – Taormina, Italy – Madrid, Spain

The A321 private jet experience

While we already know a lot about the long-range capabilities of the A321neo and the A321LR, it’s Four Seasons’ inflight experience that is stealing the show. On board, the private jet has an experienced flight crew, which includes a dedicated Concierge, Executive Chef, and Journey Physician.

“The new Airbus A321neo-LR aircraft has been fully customised to Four Seasons exacting specifications, with input from previous Four Seasons Private Jet passengers.  Offering the widest and tallest cabin in its class, the 48-seat interior has been configured for even greater comfort with as much space as possible for guests to spread out and makes themselves at home.” -Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

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Itineraries are flexible – even in mid-flight. Photo: Airbus ACJ

Who’s actually flying the aircraft?

It wouldn’t be too surprising to learn that Four Seasons doesn’t have an AOC (Air Operators Certificate) of its own. But with our website’s clear aviation focus, we wanted to see if we could find the actual aircraft registration and the operator behind the service. While it took a little bit of digging, we think we found some of the behind-the-scenes information.

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The aircraft has everything travelers could need or want at 36,000 feet. Photo: Airbus ACJ

It’s stated that Four Seasons’ private jet has partnered with TCS World Travel to provide these luxury excursions. In turn, TCS World Travel partners with Titan Airways to arrange the actual flights. Titan Airways is a UK-based wet lease operator based out of London Stansted Airport. We know that Titan Airways took delivery of a brand new A321LR jet from Airbus on October 26th. The aircraft is registered as G-XATW.

This aircraft information has yet to be confirmed – we’ve asked Four Seasons about this, but we didn’t receive a response before the time of publication.

What do you think about these getaway packages? Which one would you want to take? Let us know in the comments.



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