Four Seasons luxury jet returns to EX-YU

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The luxurious Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Boeing 757-200ER jet has returned to the former Yugoslavia after almost a year, in a repeat of its 2018 tour of the region. The aircraft, which has the capacity to seat 52 passengers, features custom interiors, which are designed to match the standard of style found throughout the company's hotels. Passengers are treated to customised inflight amenities (such as blankets woven out of Mongolian cashmere, leather tote bags designed exclusively for Four Seasons passengers by Ghurka), an on board chef, as well as 78 inches (two metres) of personal space per seat. The aircraft arrived in Belgrade from Athens on Saturday. It continued its journey to Mostar this morning and will head to Sarajevo tomorrow before making its way to Ljubljana on Wednesday. A ticket per passenger for the entire package costs approximately 120.000 US dollars.





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  1. At "approximately 120.000 US dollars" the tickets are sure to sell quick in the former Yugoslavia.

    Hurry up guys, you snooze, you lose.

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    1. It's not for people from the former Yugoslavia. It's a package for tourists who are already on this flight visiting the region. You can see their packages being advertised for next year already on their website.

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    2. Reminds me of the Orient Express that used to pass through the Balkans including Beograd.

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  2. 120.000 US dollars for a blanket seems excessive.

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    1. It is a bit more then a blanket. It includes staying in the best hotels in the city, dining at the best restaurants, tours... everything is included in the price.

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    2. Anyone know which hotel they stayed at in Belgrade?

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  3. Four Seasons luxury jet is important for the development of high tourism. We do not need just Ryanair and hostlers....

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  4. Can someone who knows better educate me why is this world tour private jet stopping at Belgrade, Mostar, Sarajevo, and Ljubljana if it has no hotels in any of these cities?

    Thanks.

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    1. https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/ljufp-four-points-ljubljana-mons/

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    2. ups, sorry four points not four seasons

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    3. Yep, just a small difference :) :)

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