Four Season Reveals 2022 Private Jet Itineraries Abroad Custom Airbus A321LR

Four Seasons is the world's leading luxury hospitality company founded by Canadian businessman Isadore Sharp in 1960. Four Seasons is not only known for luxury hotel and resort but also have ultra luxurious Private jets.

As travellers plan ahead for the coming year, the Four Seasons has released the 2022 itinerary for its all-new private jet. As a new Four Seasons Private Jet prepares to take flight in 2021, the world’s leading luxury hospitality company is revealing its first itineraries for 2022, with customized luxury journeys that adhere to the highest standards of health and safety throughout.

All 2022 itineraries will be aboard the new Airbus A321 neo-LR aircraft operated by TCS World Travel. With a 48-seat interior, Italian leather chairs, and hospital-grade air filtration system, the aircraft ensures travelers’ best luxury experience. The new Four Seasons jet, will take its inaugural flight in spring 2021.

For the first time, Four Seasons has designed an enriching 13-day itinerary that’s perfect for families and travellers of all ages. The collection includes a new 13-day family-friendly tour of Africa, which takes in Tanzania, Rwanda, Zambia and South Africa. Two around-the-world journeys are also back by popular demand, including Timeless Encounters – which includes a private tour of the Sydney Opera House, a day trip to the Taj Mahal and a 4×4 ride through the Arabian desert – and Ancient Explorer, which covers Easter Island, the Great Barrier Reef and the Lost City of Petra in Jordan.

As for anti-coronavirus measures, the jet itself offers one of the industry’s most up-to-date, hospital-grade air filtration systems that renews cabin air every two to three minutes and removes 99.9% of particles, viruses and bacteria. Personal hygiene kits will also be provided throughout the journey and itineraries can be flexible should local circumstances change. Under Four Seasons’ Lead with Care health and safety programme, passengers, employees and flight crew will undergo a medical pre-screening prior to embarking on each itinerary.