Four Seasons And NetJets Partner Up For Next-Level Travel Experiences

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The Four Seasons Resort and Residences, Vail
The Four Seasons Resort and Residences, Vail

Photo Credit: The Four Seasons Resort and Residences, Vail

When the leader in luxury hospitality joins forces with the world’s largest private aviation company, you know you’re in for an experience.

Four Seasons and NetJets, two companies that have long raised the bar on service excellence are combining forces to offer exclusive travel opportunities. The new program is available to NetJets owners and Four Seasons guests, offering a new way to explore the world in ultimate comfort and privacy.

Four Seasons has always been singularly focused on the luxury consumer – understanding their needs, looking at how they like to travel and recognizing opportunities to extend our offering in ways that fit their lifestyles,” said J. Allen Smith, President and CEO of Four Seasons. “These specially-designed itineraries offer the perfect opportunity for our guests – many of whom are already NetJets Owners – to enjoy exceptional service, flexibility and unmatched access to destinations around the world.”

Three entirely customizable opportunities will be available at the program’s launch.

A mountain adventure in Jackson Hole and Vail includes a sleigh ride through the National Elk Refuge, a day on the slopes with a US Olympian skier, and a helicopter trip over the Grand Teton Range to Yellowstone National Park for a snowmobile wildlife safari.

NetJetsPhoto Credit: NetJets

The Hawaii escape program will take guests to the Four Seasons Resort Lanai where they’ll have virtually the entire island at their disposal. Activities include a sushi-making course at NOBU Lanai, a stargazing catamaran trip, and a 4×4 off-road exploration to find the island’s most secluded beaches.

And the European discovery tour will whisk guests off to Four Seasons properties in Paris and Florence, with a stop in either Milan or Saint-Jean Cap-Ferrat. The itinerary includes a cooking class with a Michelin-starred chef, a tour of the famous Chianti vineyards, and a private tour of the Uffizi Gallery, including areas which are normally off-limits to visitors.

Up to 14 guests may join any trip, which makes it an ideal trip for families and friends or work trips. All travel will be arranged by NetJets and accommodations by Four Seasons, with a dedicated concierge for each itinerary.

“This collaboration will open new doors to travellers, welcoming them into a world of access that only Four Seasons and NetJets can offer,” says Patrick Gallagher, EVP of Sales and Marketing, NetJets.

 

Four Seaons Resort Lanai
Four Seaons Resort Lanai

Photo Credit: Four Seasons Hotel

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