Four Seasons has released three new private jet itineraries, taking groups of discerning travellers to experience some of the world’s most exquisite destinations in 2025
A Sicilian Michelin-starred culinary journey, a scientist-led night of stargazing on the French Riviera, and a hot-air balloon ride over Teotihuacan’s ancient pyramids are some of the special experiences that Four Seasons has curated for three private jet journeys, which have just been added to its 2025 line-up.
The all-inclusive Ancient Explorer, International Intrigue, and Timeless Encounters journeys will join the African Wonders and Asia Unveiled itineraries, taking travellers to exquisite destinations, with immersive experiences along the way.
“All of our Private Jet Experience itineraries are developed to celebrate the distinctive character and local culture of each destination”, said Alejandro Reynal, Four Seasons President and CEO.
Destinations on the Ancient Explorer itinerary include Bora Bora, where travellers can swim with manta rays; and Jordan, where they’ll be guided through the rose-coloured walls of the Lost City of Petra. The International Intrigue journey includes an authentic Japanese tea ceremony in Kyoto, turtle safaris in the Maldives, and a vintage car ride from the French Riviera to Monte Carlo. Timeless Encounters, Four Seasons’ first-ever private jet experience, returns in 2025, taking travellers on a day trip to explore the Taj Mahal, a private helicopter ride over the contrasting island landscapes of the Hawaiian island of Kona, and a tour of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Prague Castle in Czechia.
“We continue to receive positive feedback, with some repeat guests booking as many as six Four Seasons Private Jet Experiences to date and counting! We see a strong desire for highly personalized journeys that fulfill a range of travel dreams”, says Marc Speichert, Four Seasons Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer.
Guests travelling on a Four Seasons Private Jet Experience itinerary will likely travel aboard the brand’s new Airbus private jet, customised to emulate the Four Seasons hotel experience in the air. The onboard lounge area will host workshops, educational demonstrations, and culinary experiences, while each of the cabin’s 48 lie-flat seats is finished in Italian leather and extends to an ottoman for extra legroom.