$150,000 for a seat, the new Four Seasons private jet comes with a bar and an onboard chef

When I heard that luxury hotel chain Four Seasons is upgrading its private jet service, I really wondered what more could it add to its roster of impressive amenities. The long-haul Airbus A321LR aircraft is slated for a 2021 delivery and will revolutionise the way millionaires and billionaires of the world travel.

From lacing the interiors with hand-crafted leather seats to in-flight workshops and on-board executive chefs, the Four Seasons private jet is set to reignite the spark in chartered flights across the world.

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I have swiftly concluded that the current Four Seasons private jet, a Boeing 757, is insufficient to meet the requirements of wealthy globe-trotters; after all, the new jet will not entail a spacious new lounge area but guests can indulge in interactive workshops with the likes of master chefs, cocktail makers, wellness experts and arts and culture aficionados all at 33,000 feet.

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The 48 passengers onboard will be pampered in seats designed by Optimares and Italian producer Poltrona Frau. Yes indeed, the on-board bathrooms are being revamped to curate a more comfort-driven restroom, reflecting a more residential style.

Menus onboard will be crafted carefully in sync with the on-board Four Seasons executive chef. The executive chef will be joined by a concierge, director of guest experience, a physician and Four Seasons trained in-flight crew.

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