Crystal Cruises’ charter plane service starts in March 2016. The newly expanded charter service will take guests from any area in the United States to their Crystal cruise, river boat, or yacht experiences in the Pacific, the Mediterranean, or the Indian Ocean. In preparation for its launch, Crystal Cruises has added two planes to its charter service, Crystal Luxury Air, for long-range travel, an ACJ319 jet and a Bombardier Global Express XRS. Crystal already had a¬†Boeing 777-200LR and a Boeing 787 Dreamliner for charters.

The ACJ319 will seat 30 passengers. It features 16 flat-bed seats, which allows passengers to go from an upright seated position to a horizontal position rest or to sleep. This jet will begin flight services in the summer of 2016.

With room for 13 passengers, the luxurious Bombardier Global Express XRS features wide executive seats, conference space for four people, surround sound, and a 31.5-inch screen monitor.

Crystal Cruises is an award-winning cruise line. The company has earned more World’s Best awards than other cruise lines, resort or hotel from Conde Nast, Travel + Leisure and best cruise line from other publications.

Photo courtesy of Crystal Cruises

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