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Four Seasons Resort Lanai announces a new way to travel to Lanai (United States)

Category: North America & West Indies / Carribean islands - United States - Communication/Marketing
Press release published on 2018-04-16

Four Seasons Resort Lanai announces an exclusive new way to fly - guests travelling to the secluded Hawaiian island of Lanai can bypass the airport wait from their mainland or international flights and enjoy private daily air charter service from Honolulu on Lanai Air.

Parties as small as two passengers can book the entire aircraft for their own personal journey, with fares starting at USD 500 per couple. Now visitors can experience luxurious land, sea and air adventures on the 90,000 acre (365 hectare) island even sooner, with frequent departures throughout the day.

Two Pilatus PC-12 aircraft, operated by Mokulele Airlines, will offer flexible, daily service for travellers. Each flight will be manned by two pilots, and each plane seats up to eight passengers in elegant and spacious surroundings, with appropriate space for luggage. Manufactured in Switzerland,Pilatus PC-12s, large single-engine turboprop planes, have a reputation for outstanding versatility, performance, comfort, reliability and operational flexibility. One-way tickets are USD 500 per couple and can be booked through Lanai Air at 833 486 8397 or

At the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu, guests will be greeted at their arrival gate and escorted to baggage claim for their luggage (if needed), then to Lanai Air for their flight. Upon landing on Lanai, a Four SeasonsAmbassador will await to swiftly escort guests into a luxurious Mercedes Sprinter or SUV and to deliver them to the Resort, a gateway to an authentic Hawaiian adventure.

For return flights, Ambassadors will deliver guests directly to the aircraft, where the pilot will greet them planeside. Upon arrival in Honolulu, guests will be transported to their designated terminal for pre-flight agriculture inspection as they continue their journey home.

While enroute, travellers may seek out the Four Seasons Resort Lanai Guest Lounge, a peaceful retreat on the second floor of the Overseas Terminal, and open exclusively to guests travelling to and from Lanai. Enjoy comfortable seating and complimentary amenities including a selection of food and beverages, tablets, Wi-Fi access, charging stations, newspapers, magazines and hi-def televisions along with special amenities for children.

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This press release has been choosen by Anne-Laure Hecquet

Anne-Laure Hecquet, Communication & International Development Manager
Specialized in communication and recruitment, Anne-Laure participates, since January 2018, in the development of the Luxury Hospitality Daily (Journal des Palaces in French) by being attentive to the specifics needs of the recruiters and partners whether it is in the implementation of events or custom-made tools or services. Anne-Laure also writes articles for the Career section.

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