Royal Caribbean Cruises Unveils New Way to Book Air


Now you have a new "choice" in booking air with Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, and Azamara Cruises. ChoiceAir is the cruise company's new way for guests to purchase air transportation to and from their cruise. The service allows guests to enjoy greater peace of mind; be able to select preferred airlines and a specific itinerary; and shop for the best prices among published fares and exclusive ChoiceAir specials. Guests will also be able to know their airline itinerary as soon as they are ready to choose it. ChoiceAir will be available to guests from the U.S. and Canada beginning August 3.

Guests will be able to purchase ChoiceAir through a travel agent, directly from Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Cruises contact centers, and online through a new ChoiceAir website. Agents will be able to purchase ChoiceAir for their clients through A cost of $15 per person for domestic and $25 per person for international air travel will apply to ChoiceAir bookings, and will include access to the ChoiceAir support desk, aid in cases of flight delays, and assistance in making alternative flight arrangements in the event of missed embarkation. Guests' cruise and air arrangements will also both be present in a single consolidated booking record, which means agents no longer need to manage two separate and independent bookings. 


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