Fly around the world with the Four Season’s private jet

Flying around the world to embrace the perfect adventure sounds like a luxury in itself. Now imagine flying around the world, in a luxury private jet, for $119, 000.

Inside the Four Season private jet

It may sound like a bit excessive to most people but Four Season is hoping that its shinny new private jet is going to be a soaring success despite the hefty price tag.

According to a recent article released on Bloomberg, this reconfigured Boeing 757-200ER is not shy to show off.

In the search of Four Season hotel perfection 35,000 feet in the air, the interior has been altered from the 233 standard-size seats to 52 lie-flat seats with each seat stretching 6.5 feet. There are also 21 hotel-trained staff on board including a travel coordinator and three pilots who all promise seamless comfort on the around-the-world tour.

Adding to the pursuit of luxurious perfection, the planes’ executive chef, Kerry Sear, aims high with her promise to deliver restaurant quality food, which is both local and cooked on board. Dishes range from caviar to pan-seared brazino with lobster and anything in between. To top this seductive menu, Dom Perignon champagne is an anytime staple.

With free Wi-Fi on board, a host of luxurious meals on offer, custom Italian designed leather seats and spacious redesigned overhead bins, it is no wonder Four Season’s hopes remain sky high.

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