TORONTO — Four Seasons has revealed its next set of private-jet experiences for 2024.
This year, Four Seasons added 10 new destinations to the program, including Antarctica with the debut of the Uncharted Discovery itinerary currently underway, and Easter Island as part of the Ancient Explorer itinerary – both of which are offered again in 2023 and 2024 – while eight more new destinations feature in itineraries over the next 18 months, including Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Taormina, Italy; New Orleans; Costa Rica; Bogotá, Colombia; Johannesburg, South Africa; Mauritius and Tokyo.
The Four Seasons Private-Jet experiences for 2024 include:
- Ancient Explorer – May 12 to June 4, 2024
- International Intrigue – Sept. 21 to Oct. 14, 2024
- Unchartered Discovery – Nov. 30 to Dec. 20, 2024
- African Wonders – Dec. 28, 2023 to Jan. 9, 2024
- Asia Unveiled – Jan. 11 to 26, 2024
- Timeless Encounters – Mar. 23 – Apr. 15, 2024
- World of Adventures – Apr. 17 – May 10, 2024
All announced itineraries will take place aboard the new, custom-designed Four Seasons Private Jet. The aircraft offers the widest and tallest cabin in its class, featuring a 48-seat interior configured for even greater comfort.
“Since launching the Four Seasons Private-Jet Experience seven years ago, we have taken guests on 20 journeys through 35 countries, often including remote destinations rarely visited by tourists, and showcasing the very best of great cities, important landmarks and nearly-untouched wilderness locations in ways that only Four Seasons can,” says Marc Speichert, executive VP and CCO at Four Seasons. “A focus on the guest experience is always at the centre of our innovating and decision-making. Feedback from our guests — including many who have joined us for a second, third or even fourth journey — continues to shape the experience, from the custom-design of the new Four Seasons Private Jet to the introduction of shorter itineraries, such as Asian Unveiled for time-challenged travellers who want to experience more in less time, and the family-focused African Wonders.”