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XO Expands Service Between South Florida and New York 

Reinforcing the perception that South Florida to New York constitutes the nation’s most popular superhighway in the sky, XO has announced an expansion of its most in-demand, app-based route between the two destinations.  

XO is tripling access to shared flights with multiple daily trips, nearly as many options as commercial first-class service while delivering superior service by augmenting XO’s core promise of access and democratization of private aviation. 

This expansion gives flyers more options than ever before: XO now offers access to up to four daily shared flights, seven days a week, from conveniently located private terminals in Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Opa-Locka, White Plains and Teterboro. In addition, in January XO added scheduled by-the-seat flights between Palm Beach and Farmingdale, New York, on Long Island. Each departure is supported by dedicated XO ground personnel to deliver end-to-end service on a truly personal level. 

The fully customized CRJ-200 aircraft have been reconfigured for luxury by removing two-thirds of the seats, creating a spacious and private environment to meet the standards of comfort that XO clients expect. The upgraded jets accommodate up to just nine passengers on each side of the cabin, so everyone can enjoy aisle and window privacy, every seat nears a full recline, and every flyer can use the 4G WiFi to stay connected.    

“XO pioneered and continues to lead the shared flight opportunity, so private flyers can enjoy private flying benefits at one-tenth of the cost of a full charter,” says Lynn Fischer, chief marketing officer at XO. The in-flight service has been reimagined by a Michelin Star-trained chef using global flavors to delight the most sophisticated palates and is served by two dedicated cabin hosts. The dining experience and menu options can be booked in advance through the XO mobile app. 

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