The first Boeing 777 is painted for Crystal Luxury Air

The first Boeing 777 for Crystal Luxury Air

Crystal Luxury Air (subsidiary of Crystal Cruises) (Los Angeles) has taken delivery of its first Boeing 777. The company will begin offering exclusive 14-day and 28-day itineraries to remote destinations around the world. The pictured ex-Air Austral Boeing 777-29M LR has been painted at Victorville, CA and is now registered as P4-XTL.

As we reported last month: Crystal Cruises for Crystal Luxury Air (Los Angeles) made this announcement:

Crystal Cruises, the world’s most awarded luxury cruise line, is once again pioneering new fronts in the luxury travel industry with the purchase of a Boeing 777-200 LR, offering an array of global itineraries for its expanded brand extension Crystal Luxury Air. The announcement comes on the heels of Crystal’s groundbreaking news in July of an extensive brand expansion, which will include extravagant air vacations around the world aboard a luxurious Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner.

In addition to doubling the initial air projections with the expanded aircraft fleet, Crystal will work with the Registry of Aruba in developing and securing an Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC). This will pave the way for Crystal Luxury Air to launch international operations. The twin-aisle Boeing 777-200 LR will be redesigned to accommodate just 88 guests with flat-bed first class seats; a beautifully appointed lounge and bar; and offer 14- and 28-day around-the-world and international itineraries, beginning in 2017.

The twin-aisle Boeing 777-200 LR, and the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, which typically seats up to 300 passengers and will be redesigned to accommodate just 52 guests, will boast the premium luxury that discerning global travelers have come to expect from Crystal, including copious amounts of guest space, plush amenities and Crystal’s world-class service and crew. Trips will include accommodations at the world’s most luxurious hotels, the finest Michelin star-level cuisine prepared by celebrated chefs and fabulous local cultural entertainment. Additionally, the aircrafts can be arranged for special charters.

Copyright Photo: Derin Allard/AirlinersGallery.com.

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2 thoughts on “The first Boeing 777 is painted for Crystal Luxury Air

  1. jeffinmasss

    It’s not as nice as the black B752W though. I would like to know why LATAM did not paint TAM’s first A350 in the new livery? I am looking forward to seeing Amazon’s B763 livery. Will their B763’s be equipped with Winglets?

    1. Bruce Drum Post author

      Amazon is only looking into the possibility Jeff. Nothing definite. Just like drone delivery. Jeff Bezos knows how to garner headlines. All the best.

      Bruce

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