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Four Seasons selects A321LR for air cruises
With a cabin decor that echoes the elegance of its hotels, the Four Seasons has chosen an Airbus corporate jet for its private jet programme.
Four Seasons customers will be welcomed onboard an A321LR for transworld cruising.

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has chosen the A321LR as its private jet for luxury worldwide travel, launching a new role for the Airbus corporate jet family. The aircraft will enter service in 2021.

Airbus' A321LR is one of the newest aircraft in its neo family, and features new engines and wingtip-mounted Sharklets, as well as extra fuel tanks in the cargo hold. These features give the A321LR the efficiency and range to fly nonstop to landmark sights around the world, while maintaining the ability to land at nearby airports.

“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,” says Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts president, worldwide hotel operations Christian Clerc. “Building on the tremendous success of our Private Jet programme 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.”

ACJ president Benoit Defforge adds: “With the widest and tallest cabins of any aircraft in their class, Airbus corporate jets are wonderfully well suited to an aircruising role, helping to make journeys memorably enjoyable parts of exclusive travel experiences.”

Airbus' A320 family has a reputation for comfort with both corporate jet and airline passengers. Designed to make multiple flights a day in airline service, the A320 brings proven reliability to private jet travel, as well as the intrinsic innovation of a modern design. It has won more than 15,000 firm orders and is flying with more than 400 operators around the world, on every continent, including Antarctica.

Airbus corporate jet sales of Airbus's neo family now stand at a total of 12 aircraft.

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