Forget flying first class. Luxury is about to get even more elevated, thanks to upcoming air and land itineraries from Crystal Cruises. Starting next year, Crystal AirCruises will begin flying six new all-exclusive global journeys on its own private jet. The ultra-luxe trips will be tailored to each guest’s desires, making it one of the world’s most customizable private jet experiences.
The company’s Boeing 777 will transport 84 passengers in what the company is calling an “exclusive class” cabin, which will be staffed by butlers, concierge, and a Michelin-quality executive chef. There’s even a social lounge with a stand-up bar and an elegant dining room.
The 777, which typically has seating for more than 300 passengers, “is being transformed befitting the Crystal standard of unparalleled luxury,” said Crystal Cruises CEO Edie Rodriguez. “It’s a standard that has never before, in my humble opinion, been seen in the air travel industry.”
The jet will have spacious, 180-degree flatbed “Exclusive Class” seats, as well as some pretty fabulous entertainment options: 24” screens at each seat, making them the largest in the industry, Bose noise-canceling headphones, plus Apple iPads preloaded with each guest’s personalized itinerary. Wi-Fi, of course, is free, and available worldwide.
For the inaugural trip Crystal has partnered with Peninsula Hotels, which will host AirCruise guests at each of its properties on the 10-city itinerary. The trip will depart New York on August 31, 2017 and have stopovers in Chicago, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Manila, Bangkok, and Paris. The general managers of four Peninsula properties will be joining the inaugural 27-day trip to serve as personal concierges to guests before they arrive at their destinations. Prices for the inaugural trip start at $159,000 per person.
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