Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has introduced three new Four Seasons Private Jet itineraries, taking guests on a culinary journey across Europe and Asia.
Culinary Discoveries has been developed in partnership with Copenhagen-based restaurant, Noma, and its head chef René Redzepi.
From Chiang Mai to Copenhagen, Florence, Tokyo, Seoul and Paris, guests will discover the cities and cultures shaping the global F&B industry.
Noma’s Redzepi said: “We have always enjoyed the opportunity to travel and explore, and to learn about the ingredients and cultures that have helped shape what people eat and how they cook.
“From our team’s travels across Scandinavia to relocating our restaurant to Tokyo and Sydney, our international journeys have helped expand our minds and our tastes, and influenced the creativity of the Noma kitchen.
“We look forward to working with Four Seasons to help develop their first-ever Culinary Discoveries journey, and to create an experience that is truly memorable.”
Guests will visit restaurants and private kitchens, joining local chefs and producers as they travel to markets and farms to taste the best of what is in season.
Each location’s historical and cultural landmarks will form part of the journey and there will be hosted talks with experts on food.
Guests will stay at Four Seasons hotels and resorts in each destination.
Elizabeth Pizzinato, senior vice president, marketing and communications, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts added: “This new itinerary is the perfect example of why the Four Seasons Private Jet was launched, and furthers our innovative approach in planning exceptional travel journeys that create unforgettable memories.
“Private Jet itineraries open doors to some of the world’s most exclusive experiences and extraordinary destinations. Through this collaboration and partnership with Noma we will explore new synergies and create a journey for our guests unlike any other.”