The first private jet belonging to luxury hospitality marquee Four Seasons has made its debut in Dubai World Central yesterday.
The 52-seat, custom-designed Boeing 757 is part of the brand’s Four Seasons Private Jet Cultural Escape itinerary.
The jet flies from Moscow to Dubai for a three-day stopover followed by subsequent stays at Seychelles, Serengeti and Florence. It then flies to London for the end of the 19-day program.
The plane also houses ten Four Seasons trained in-flight crew, an executive chef, a sous chef, a Four Seasons concierge and a global guest services manager.
Its 2017 package will include a partnership with Copenhagen-based restaurant Noma and its acclaimed head chef René Redzepi.
The Boeing was revealed at the fully-integrated VVIP lounge and hangar facility DC Aviation Al-Futtaim Dubai South. The private terminal is a collaboration between Germany-based DC Aviation GmbH and UAE’s Al-Futtaim.
It offers 5-star service and promises the fastest way to arrive in or depart from Dubai with immediate access from limousine drop-off to the aircraft parked directly in front of the hangar.
Four Seasons operates 99 hotels, resorts and residences in major cities and 41 countries around the world.
It is ranked one of the world’s most prestigious brands in reader polls, traveler reviews and industry awards.
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