Crystal announces private charter air service

Crystal Cruises CEO and President Edie Rodriguez has announced the company´s plan to expand Crystal Luxury Air that currently includes a Boeing 777-200LR and Boeing 787 Dreamliner, with the addition of two ultra-long-range aircrafts in an ACJ319 jet and a Bombardier Global Express XRS.

The new planes will service private charters and transport guests to their Crystal destinations for ocean, river or yacht voyages from any point in the United States to the Mediterranean, Indian Ocean and the Pacific.

Crystal´s private charter jet service, which takes flight in March 2016, will provide the luxury line´s superior guest service, catering to corporate executives, small groups and discerning travelers with a preference for flexible and individual travel.

The Bombardier Global Express XRS will feature a two-cabin configuration, accommodating up to 13 guests, four executive wide club seats with foldout tables, a four-place conference space opposite a single seat workstation and cabinet, laptop imagery on cabin monitors, surround sound, high temperature oven and an aft entertainment cabin with a 31.5 inch LCD.

The ACJ319 jet will accommodate just 30 travelers in the utmost luxury, including 16 lay-flat seats, and beginning summer 2016 it will transport guests to their desired Crystal destination, including to ocean, river and yacht voyages.

Crystal Cruise Lines, most commonly referred to as Crystal Cruises, is a luxury cruise line with its headquarters in Los Angeles in the United States.