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CrossAir Virtual

GB Airlines and Crossair Virtual Join Forces


GB Airlines and Crossair Virtual have today signed an agreement for a codeshare partnership.

Both Airlines have said that this is a great opportunity for the air travel industry.

This will help passengers in saving money and also traveling further with connecting flights from both airlines.

CrossAir Virtual Begins Operations

Matt Smith CEO of Crossair Virtual is pleased to announce that we have now started operations.

Matt Smith spoke early today at a press conference in Zurich: ” Crossair Virtual today starts operations,  our head office will be based at Zurich Kloten Airport. We will  operate from 3 hubs: Zurich, Geneva and Basel to destinations all over Europe; using a fleet of Bae146, Erj145 and Embraer E170 aircraft.  Starting with 7 Aircraft and 20 routes we are starting small but will hopefully we will expand our route network greatly over the coming months.

Crossair operates a high standard of service towards our passengers. Even on our short  flights, Crossair will offer our passengers a selection of drinks and high quality snacks. These include: Orange juice, Champagne and Water. All drinks and snacks are free of charge. Crossair will also operate Business and Economy class flights and our business class passengers will have access to special services, such as airport lounges and priority luggage services. Crossair’s luggage policy is very “passengers friendly”. Passengers can take with them up to 30 kilos of hold luggage with them and 5 kilos of hand luggage. Crossair will also help our passengers further by offering them a ‘delivery at aircraft door’ service. This is where passengers can leave heavy or large items of hand luggage at the aircraft stairs and then collect them their again on arrival. For passengers needing special assistance, such as wheelchair passengers, Crossair will assist them, by offering them priority boarding and assistance at the airport.”

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