Silversea adds private charter flights to serve Arctic sailings

Private charter flights are to be deployed by Silversea Cruises to serve ships sailing in the Arctic and Greenland.

The flight connections from London, New York, Montreal and Oslo will be linked to private executive airport car transfers.

The dedicated charters will connect to 28 sailings this year and in 2024 by new expedition ship Silver Endeavour, together with Silver Wind and Silver Cloud.  

The initiative is part of an expanded Arctic programme covering 37 itineraries to more than 110 destinations between 2023 and 2025.

Passengers will have to option of flying to the Arctic on private charter flights, with an enhanced service, a superior food, premium drinks and bespoke in-flight entertainment, according to the luxury Royal Caribbean Group brand. 

Overnight accommodation will be included as standard when required by the itinerary before passengers are transferred to their ship.

Global sales senior vice president Massimo Brancaleoni said:“Building on our all-inclusive expedition offering, we are pleased to introduce new private charter flights to the Arctic and Greenland to enhance the seamlessness of our guests’ journeys. 

“Silversea is committed to innovation and we are always looking for ways to enhance the travel experience for our guests, including the pre- and post-cruise journey. 

“Complementing our private executive transfers between home and the airport, our new offering of private charter flights will allow our guests to focus on enjoying their Arctic adventure from the moment they leave their homes.”

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