Four Seasons Hotels to fly luxury A321LR


Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has selected the A321LR as its private jet for luxury worldwide travel excursions, launching a new role for the Airbus corporate jet family. The aircraft, which will enter service in 2021, features the widest and tallest aircraft cabins in their class.

“Four Seasons’ ACJ319 cabin embodies décor that echoes the stylish elegance of its hotels, features seats crafted to look and feel good, and delivers unprecedented space for socialising and enjoyment,” stated ACJ’s head of creative design, Sylvain Mariat, who worked with Four Seasons on the cabin schemes.

The A321LR will feature a spacious lounge, 54 lie-flat seats with ottomans for face-to-face conversing and dining, and two large washrooms.

“The Four Seasons Private Jet experience defines modern luxury aviation, encouraging meaningful connections between people and places while delivering a seamless and highly personalised journey,” added Christian Clerc, president of worldwide hotel operations at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “Building on the tremendous success of our Private Jet program to date, with consistent sell outs, waitlists, and near perfect guest satisfaction rates, our drive to continuously innovate and push the conventional limits of travel has led to this new opportunity to experience Four Seasons like never before.”

The Four Seasons A321LR will feature a luxurious social area

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