Prince Alwaleed's Four Seasons to launch private jet service

Luxury hotel operator co-owned by Saudi billionaire introduces unique experience for guests

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, the luxury hotel chain co-owned by Saudi Arabia’s Prince Alwaleed, has introduced the hospitality sector’s first hotel branded private jet experience, which will fly guests between its global properties and offer 24 day around the world holiday packages.

The Four Seasons Jet comes with the hotel’s name across the fuselage and its iconic logo on the tail.

A completely retrofitted Boeing 757, it features interiors and exteriors customised by the company’s team of design experts, including .

The service will begin in February 2015 and will be able to transport up to 52 guests on and can be booked by concierge services in the hotel’s 92 properties worldwide.

“Taking our legendary service to the skies is a natural extension of what we’ve been doing in our hotels for more than 50 years,” says Susan Helstab, executive vice president marketing at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

An Around the World packages is also on offer, with passengers beginning in Los Angeles and concluding with a celebratory dinner in London. The 24-day, nine-destination journey explores various cities, exotic islands, architectural wonders and awe-inspiring natural environments, all centred around various Four Seasons hotels and resorts. Prices for the luxury global trek start from $119,000 per person for double occupancy and up to $130,000 for single travellers.

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