In late 2021, luxury hospitality company Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts announced its first private jet journeys, which will be taking flight in 2023. Today, Four Seasons unveils more opportunities to enjoy a five-star experience in the sky, launching three more journeys in 2023 — a record-breaking year for departures as travelers look to resume plans to explore the world.
The seven curated itineraries will allow Four Seasons passengers to seamlessly explore a collection of remarkable destinations while enjoying the benefits of private travel. Newly added journeys include:
Timeless Encounters March 2023 – March 26 – April 18, 2023
Kona, USA – Bora Bora, French Polynesia – Sydney, Australia – Bali, Indonesia – Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai, Thailand – Taj Mahal, India (day trip) – Dubai, UAE – Prague, Czech Republic – London, England
Ancient Explorer 2023 – August 16 – September 8, 2023
Miami, USA – Mexico City, Mexico – Easter Island, Chile – Bora Bora, French Polynesia – Great Barrier Reef, Australia – Bangkok, Thailand – Petra and Wadi Rum, Jordan – The Pyramids, Egypt (day trip) – Taormina, Italy – Madrid, Spain
Uncharted Discovery 2023 – November 30 – December 20, 2023
New Orleans, USA – Peninsula Papagayo, Costa Rica – Machu Picchu, Peru – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Antarctica – Bogotá, Colombia – Paradise Island, Bahamas
As previously announced, two family-friendly journeys through Africa will also take flight in 2023 to captivate travelers of all ages. Ring in the New Year with African Wonders 2023 (waiting list only) or enjoy a summer escape with African Wonders August 2023. Other itineraries include the longest-running Four Seasons private jet journey, Timeless Encounters, departing April 2023 as well as International Intrigue, departing March 2023 (waiting list only).
For those looking to embark on the adventure of a lifetime in 2022, limited availability remains on the September 2022 and October 2022 departures of Ancient Explorer as well as Uncharted Discovery 2022, an all-new expedition across the southern hemisphere.