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Worldwide private jet experience by Four Seasons, operated by Titan Airways

Four Seasons touts its 2023 version of its worldwide tours:

Continuously reimagining luxury air travel, we’re proud to introduce the new Four Seasons Private Jet, a fully redesigned aircraft that celebrates the bygone glamour of air travel coupled with a modern, thoughtful design.

Since launching the industry-first Private Jet experience in 2015, we’ve transported hundreds of guests to fascinating destinations around the world and opened doors to exclusive, often life-changing experiences. Now we’re taking the in-flight experience to even greater heights with a new, custom-outfitted Airbus A321LR, operated by Titan Airways Limited.

The new Jet extends the comfort and style of our hotels up into the sky like never before. Every aspect of the reimagined aircraft has been strategically designed with premium, handcrafted finishes and intuitive functionality in mind. With the widest and tallest cabin in its class, there’s more room to socialize, dine and relax at your leisure.

In designing the new Four Seasons Private Jet, we were inspired by the glamour and prestige of air travel in times past, when every flight was a special occasion. With a laser focus on comfort, functionality and beauty, our aim is to create an environment that ensures you’ll enjoy the journey as much as the destination.

Introducing interactive experiences that inspire and enlighten. Join us in the exclusive new onboard lounge area to meet and learn from Four Seasons craftspeople through intimate workshops, educational demonstrations or culinary surprises in a showcase of imagination and artistry in the air.

Settle into one of just 48 handcrafted seats, constructed with soft Italian leather and custom designed by Four Seasons. Each chair offers 6.5 feet (2 metres) of personal space, extends to lie fully flat and is paired with a plush ottoman, providing extended leg room.

Our expert team includes a dedicated on-board physician, who travels with you on the Jet and accompanies you throughout your trip, attending to any health needs you may have along the way.

Our meticulous design team set out to create a residential feel with carefully sourced materials from around the world and handcrafted artisanal details. The end product is a rich, sleek and inviting environment just like our hotels on the ground – sky-high luxury at its best.

During flight, our on-board Four Seasons Executive Chef will create inspiring meals that introduce you to new flavours and intriguing culinary perspectives. Taking into account your preferences and dietary restrictions, our Chef will use local ingredients from the destinations along your journey for each meal.

Our onboard lavatories have increased in size and double as a comfortable changing room to help you freshen up on the fly for your next destination. You’ll appreciate elevated design elements such as a full-length mirror, leather bench seat and curated luxury amenities.


Upcoming Fall 2023 tour:


November 30 – December 20, 2023








USD $205,000 per person (based on double occupancy)

USD $20,500 solo traveller supplement

Top Copyright Photo: Four Seasons (Titan Airways) Airbus A321-253NX WL G-XATW (msn 10150) PAE (Nick Dean). Image: 961417.

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Titan Airways to operate its Airbus A320 G-POWM on the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour

Titan Airways this year will operate its Airbus A320-232 G-POWM (msn 2564) on the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour. The airliner has just been painted in the FIFA livery.

Titan Airways aircraft photo gallery:

Photo: TCS World Travel (Titan Airways) Airbus A321-253NX WL G-XATW (msn 10150) PMI (Javier Rodriguez). Image: 958010.

2022 52-seat jet for all-inclusive luxury jet expeditions and custom itineraries

Copyright Photo: TCS World Travel (Titan Airways) Airbus A321-253NX WL G-XATW (msn 10150) PMI (Javier Rodriguez). Image: 958010.

Titan Airways aircraft photo gallery:

Photo: Geodis (Titan Airways) Airbus A330-343P2F G-EODS (msn 713) STN (Antony J. Best). Image: 955444.

Geodis (Titan Airways) Airbus A330-343P2F G-EODS (msn 713) STN (Antony J. Best). Image: 955444.

Copyright Photo: Geodis (Titan Airways) Airbus A330-343P2F G-EODS (msn 713) STN (Antony J. Best). Image: 955444.

BBAM announces the delivery of World’s first Airbus A321P2F freighter

BBAM Limited Partnership has announced the delivery of the first Airbus A321P2F on lease to Titan Airways earlier this month. The Airbus A321P2F is the first production of a passenger to freighter conversion of an Airbus A321. The delivery is the first of several A321P2F conversions that BBAM has contracted with Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW).

The A321P2F is the first in its size category to offer containerized loading in both the main (up to 14 full container positions) and lower deck (up to 10 container positions). EFW’s A321P2F solution has a generous and proven gross payload of over 28 metric tons, with further upside potential in future conversions. The solution, which comes with optimized weight distribution to enable empty flights and random loading, accords high flexibility for operators, in particular express carriers. The program is the only OEM solution for A321P2F in the market that also ensures lifecycle value, given its superiority in quality, reliability and ease of maintenance.

Titan Airways adds its first Airbus A330-200

Titan Airways made this announcement:

We are excited to announce the introduction of our first Airbus A330 airliner. The 5 year young Airbus A330-200 will join the fleet in the first quarter of 2020 and enter revenue service in April.

The A330, leased for a 5 1/2 year term, will be our first wide bodied Airbus variant, replacing a Boeing 767-300ER.

The A330 will fulfil long haul requirements previously met by the B767, which we are retiring as we transition towards an all Airbus fleet.  We have selected this aircraft due to the very high standard of the cabin and the crew rest compartment, which will enable us to operate the aircraft to its maximum range. This should open up a wealth of new opportunities in the charter market.

The spacious cabin is configured with 32 fully lie-flat beds and 206 standard economy seats, offering a 32inch seat pitch. All seats are equipped with touch screen in-flight entertainment and in-seat power, allowing passengers to power their own devices. The provision of crew rest extends the range of the aircraft to approximately 14 ½ hours.

With the addition of the A330 we are thrilled to be able to offer our clients a choice of comfortable, modern, economical aircraft with a diversity of capacity and range.

We anticipate strong demand for the new A330 aircraft from other airlines for wet/damp lease, ad-hoc charter and tour operator charter roles.

2018 FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola takes off from London with Titan Airways’ G-POWC

Titan AIrways’ Boeing 737-33A (QC) G-POWC (msn 25402) (above) has been leased for the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour which started in London. The aircraft has been painted in this special FIFA livery sponsored by Coca-Cola.

Coca-Cola issued this statement:

The global leg of the FIFA World Cup™ Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola kicked off today with an official launch ceremony at London Stansted Airport with former FIFA World Cup™ winners Sir Geoff Hurst of England and Andrea Pirlo of Italy. The stars helped send the original FIFA World Cup Trophy off on its worldwide journey to 91 cities across 51 countries and six continents ahead of this summer’s tournament.

Coca-Cola is inviting fans around the world to get #ReadyFor the 2018 FIFA World Cup with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get up close to the same solid-gold trophy that will be presented to the winning country of the tournament in July.

Before starting on its global tour, the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Colatraveled across Russia for three months, spanning nearly 10,000 miles and visiting 16 cities, making it the longest host country tour in history.

This marks the fourth time Coca-Cola and FIFA have come together to bring the Trophy Tour to the world. This year’s experiential activation will visit several countries for the first time ever, including Iceland, Austria and Mongolia.

Route of the Tour:

“As football fans around the world gear up for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, we want to make sure they are ready for all of the emotions that this summer’s tournament will bring,” said Ricardo Fort, vice president, global sports partnerships, The Coca-ColaCompany. “The Trophy Tour will give fans everywhere a taste of the excitement that’s to come, not to mention a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the Trophy for themselves.

Phillipe Le Floc’h, chief commercial officer, FIFA, added, “Following the success of the first phase of the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour, which gave more than 220,000 people across Russia the chance to see the FIFA World Cup Trophy with their own eyes, we are very excited to now offer this unforgettable opportunity to football fans around the world. The next few months are going to bring joy and wonder to hundreds of thousands of people from over 50 countries, and we thank Coca-Colafor partnering with us in taking the FIFA World Cup to the world.”

All photos by Coca-Cola and FIFA.

Atlantic Star Airlines announces a delay in the sale of tickets after Titan Airways pulls out

St Helena Island

Atlantic Star Airlines (London), the would-be airline that wants to advertise and operate charter flights between the United Kingdom and St. Helena Island in the Atlantic Ocean has announced a delay. The island is expected to have a new airport that is due to open next year. However the proposed airline has now announced a delay in the sale of tickets for the proposed new service. The paper airline issued this statement:

Atlantic Star logo

Atlantic Star Airlines must regretfully announce that there will be a delay to the sale of tickets on their first charter flights between the UK and St Helena planned for Easter 2016.

We realise that this will come as a considerable disappointment to the many Saints, potential visitors and tourism businesses on St. Helena who have been waiting for seats on these flights to become available to purchase.

Atlantic Star had entered in to partnership with Titan Airways of Stansted to operate the flights. Detailed negotiations had been been concluded and a draft agreement reached. However we received notification this week that Titan have unilaterally declared all agreements void and are no longer willing to operate the services. It goes without saying that we feel extremely let down.

Clearly this is a major setback and we now find ourselves in the position of needing to identify a new charter provider in a shorter timeframe. As a consequence we find ourselves unavoidably forced to “stop the clock” on the countdown to ticket sales. We know how disappointed many people reading this release will be and we are hard at work engaging a replacement airline for the charter programme. This will take time, and we will keep our future customers and trade partners informed as and when it is appropriate to do so.

Our passion for St.Helena as a destination remains undimmed, and we maintain our belief that direct flights to and from the UK are desirable as well as operationally and financially feasible.

Richard Brown, Andy Radford and Aiden Walsh
The Atlantic Star Leadership Team.

Photo: St. Helena Island. Atlantic Star Airlines.


Jet2 to add leased Airbus A320s and A330s for routes from Glasgow and Manchester next summer

Jet2 (Jet2.com) (Leeds/Bradford) will again add leased Airbus A320s on the following routes from Glasgow for the summer 2015 season according to Airline Route: Alicante (May 3), Barcelona (May 7), Faro (May 2), Ibiza (May 22), Mahon (June 23), Malaga (May 24), Murcia (May 22), Palma de Mallorca (May 1) and Rome (Fiumicino) (June 18).

The low-fare airline is also leasing an AirAsia X Airbus A330 for these routes next summer: Bodrum (May 24), Dalaman (May 23), Lanzarote (May 21), Palma de Mallorca (May 22), Paphos (May 20) and Tenerife Sur (May 22).

Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com. Jet2 has leased Airbus A320s from Titan Airways in the past. Titan Airways Airbus A320-233 G-POWI (msn 2791) taxies at Palma de Mallorca while operating for Jet2.

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Titan Airways retires its last BAe RJ100

Titan Airways (London-Stansted) has retired its last BAe RJ100 after a long association with the UK-built 146 series of aircraft. The airline issued this statement:

Titan Airways RJ100, G-POWF, left the fleet to begin a new role with Canadian operator, North Cariboo Air.

G-POWF, which had been with us for two and a half years, had most recently been employed on a government contract in the Gulf region.  The RJ100 superseded Titan Airways’ BAe 146 operations in the Gulf which dated back to 2009.

The role previously fulfilled by Titan is now being taken over by the RAF’s own aircraft.

The departure of the RJ100 is a step in Titan’s long term strategy to operate more modern, economical and environmentally friendly aircraft.  In addition to the phasing out of older aircraft types, we have begun actively seeking younger, more efficient aircraft.  An Airbus A320-233 was introduced in April and we are looking for further opportunities to expand our charter fleet with Airbus.

Copyright Photo: Christian Volpati Collection. Titan Airways has had a long association with the BAe 146 and its various models. The type has also had a number of liveries. BAe 146-200 G-ZAPN (msn E2119)  sports one of those unique color schemes.

Titan Airways: AG Slide Show