U.S.-based small ship cruise line American Cruise Line (ACL) is adding a flat rate domestic airfare option to all of its U.S. cruises when its new season kicks off in late February.
Starting then, all guests sailing on ACL will be able to get to one of 19 cruise hubs spread across 16 states with a flat fare. The airfare can be selected at the time of booking and will not move based on any future changes in fares.
For ACL, the addition is “an added convenience when booking small ship cruises with us,” Carter Robertson, the EVP for ACL said in a statement announcing the news.
“As a company, we are always looking for new ways to personalize our guest services from booking to boarding and the new flat-rate airfare will create a seamless experience for many of our guests.”
The move is another one for the growing cruise line, which has doubled its fleet over the past 5 years and now boasts operations in 31 states from Alaska to Florida. Aside from that flat-rate option, its fare will continue to include complimentary pre-cruise hotel stays, shore excursions, private cruise coaches, and more.