Tue, 15 Aug 2017

Crystal AirCruises Christens Boeing 777

Crystal AirCruises’ fully customised Boeing 777 has been christened Crystal Skye.

With a spacious design for up to 88 passengers, Crystal Skye has a non-stop range of 19.5 hours.

 Bespoke Crystal Exclusive Class seats are designed for maximum personal space and ergonomic comfort, and convert to 180-degree lie-flat beds.

Crystal AirCruises’ Boeing 777 has been christened Crystal Skye

An expansive lounge with stand-up bar is available for passengers while cuisine will be prepared by an executive chef, in two state-of-the-art galleys and paired with a premium wine list from the Crystal SkyeCellar.

“It is tremendously rewarding to officially welcome Crystal Skye to the Crystal fleet, as she represents a bold new venture for our company, effectively creating an entirely new category of luxury travel in the industry,” said Crystal CEO and President, Edie Rodriguez. “Beyond Crystal’s own award-winning fleet and internationally acclaimed brand of luxury, this aircraft pushes the boundaries of bespoke chartered aviation industry-wide.”

Crystal Skye’s godfather is Matthew D. Upchurch, chairman and CEO of Virtuoso.

“It is an incredible honor to be named godfather of Crystal Skye, an aircraft that carries forward Crystal’s longstanding commitment to excellence,” said Upchurch. “Virtuoso has enjoyed a strong partnership with Crystal Cruises since the launch of its first ship, and the company has been named a favorite amongst our advisors for the service and experience our clients enjoy with Crystal. As Crystal diversifies its offerings, we look forward to supporting their efforts, just as they continue to support the travel advisor community and Virtuoso.”

The Boeing 777 Crystal Skye is operated for Crystal AirCruises by Comlux Aruba NV. 

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