Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, the world's leading luxury hospitality company, and NetJets, the worldwide leader in private aviation, are launching three new made-to-order packages that deliver the ultimate in personalised luxury travel. The dynamic packages combine world class Four Seasons accommodation with the freedom of flying private with NetJets.
Following the multiple-destination itineraries introduced last year by the two iconic brands, Four Seasons guests and NetJets owners can now visit Anguilla, Orlando or the Bahamas, and create a uniquely customisable escape, complete with unmatched service, flexibility, and access.
"Together with NetJets, we've combined our intimate knowledge of the luxury consumer to offer a product that is truly unmatched in the market," says J. Allen Smith, President and CEO, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. "Our new single-property packages offer guests the same ease and flexibility of a NetJets private aviation experience alongside signature Four Seasons service and quality. These new NetJets experiences deliver a custom-made Four Seasons escape designed and inspired by the preferences of our luxury travellers."
All three packages feature air transportation from NetJets, offering access from 5,000 airports in 170 countries around the globe, and luxury accommodations from Four Seasons. Travellers can fully customise each escape, with a menu of specialty à la carte activities for added personalisation.
"Our collaboration with Four Seasons delivers an exceptional private aviation experience with the best in luxury hospitality. These three new package concepts are the latest example of our ongoing commitment to innovation in customised luxury travel," says Patrick Gallagher, EVP of Sales and Marketing, NetJets.
In addition to gaining access to the power of the NetJets private fleet - the largest in the world - passengers will benefit from a dedicated concierge who will work with each guest to customise their itinerary into a completely one-of-a-kind experience, ensuring no two journeys are the same.