Jet Edge, a full-service private aviation company, and the Four Seasons Resorts Hawaii are teaming up to bring guests to and from the islands in style.
In January, Jet Edge announced its partnership with Four Seasons Resorts Hawaii as a way to combine "elevated large-cabin private jet flights with island escapes at Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, Four Seasons Resort Lanai, Four Seasons Resort Oahu, and Sensei Lanai, A Four Seasons Resort."
"Jet Edge always aims to exceed our clients' expectations," Bill Papariella, CEO of Jet Edge, shared in a statement. "We are excited to partner with the renowned Four Seasons brand to offer our clients exceptional in-flight and island experiences with Four Seasons Resorts Hawaii. Our aircraft owners and charter flyers will enjoy unique benefits and experiences through our Four Seasons Resorts Hawaii partnership, as we continue working with leading brands that share our dedicated commitment to the highest level of service and safety."
With the new partnership, Four Seasons guests will gain premier access to Jet Edge's large-cabin point-to-point fleet of Gulfstream and Bombardier aircraft, which can accommodate 12 or more guests, on flights to the Hawaiian Islands with custom quoted itineraries from cities across the country. Those traveling to and from Hawaii from California, the company said, will gain access to "industry-leading special fixed-rate pricing."
The company is also offering empty leg one-way flight opportunities to and from the mainland to Four Seasons guests, with substantial cost savings on whole aircraft charter. And, those with flexibility in their travel schedule, could snag a one-way empty leg flight to or from the mainland up to a week in advance, based upon availability.
Once guests touch down in Hawaii, guests will continue on their bespoke vacation thanks to the Four Seasons' expert concierge teams, who work with guests to build an itinerary just for them, which could include hiking in a bamboo forest, swimming in lava caves, oyster farming, whale watching, and more.