Famous Nordic restaurant takes to skies

Guests to be taken on culinary journeys around the world
If you’d already given up on making a reservation at the world-renowned Copenhagen restaurant Noma, now you can get a chance to experience its magic up in the air. If you have the money.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has announced the 2017 itinerary for its Four Seasons Private Jet, which has teamed up with Noma’s chef and co-owner René Redzepi.
In the first initiative of its kind, Culinary Discoveries will take passengers on journeys to some of the most iconic food destinations in the world, reported to be from Copenhagen to Chaing Mai and everywhere in between.
By teaming up with local restaurants, chefs and producers, the tours – due to start next March – will let guests experience how different cities contribute to the world’s culinary landscape. Naturally, the guests will be staying at Four Seasons resorts.
The Copenhagen Post


Check Also

(DK) Short term contract A330 First Officers – Air Greenland

Air Greenland is hiring A330 First Officers.  Minimum requirements:  EASA FCL- Pilot License ATPL or ...

Paris, France, Spain, flights, cancel, strike, rail, train, March, unions, travel

Strikes hit travel to, in and above France

Air and rail services are being disrupted by a series of planned walkouts, and flights to Spain and other countries are affected too.

CPH, copenhagen, Greenland, airport, strike, ATC, air traffic control, union, weather, Denmark

Strike may hit air travel in Denmark

If agreement can’t be reached, flights may not be able to land in Denmark or in Danish territories.

(DK) Creative Project Manager – Events and Meetings

Each year Egencia helps thousands of companies in over 60 markets better lead their travel ...

Avinor, environment, biofuel, electric, aviation, planes, aircraft, future, forests, Norway, conference, Oslo, Bergen, airports, supply, hybrid

Norway spotlights biofuels and electric planes

A conference in Oslo today brings together expertise to ponder problems and solutions.

Thailand, slowdown, tourism, travel, trends, Europe, Asia, overtourism, crowds, marketing, DMC, tour operators, travel agencies, opinion

Thailand sees “slowdown” in Europe bookings

There appears to be fatigue in the European market for Thailand, while other destinations are benefiting.