- Aero is the US’ newest airline, starting flights between Los Angeles and Aspen, Colorado on February 4.
- The leisure-focused luxury airline aims to offer a “radically better premium leisure travel experience.”
- Prices start at $990 one-way for February flights, rising to $1,250 in March and April for flights on a private jet-like plane.
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The pandemic has shifted travel trends in favor of leisure flying and airlines have been eager to accommodate. Aero is a new leisure airline launching its first flights on February 4 after a successful European debut in 2020.
“Our objective is to deliver a radically better premium leisure travel experience,” Subramanian told Business Insider.
It’s the brainchild of Uber co-founder Garrett Camp and behind the wheel as CEO is Uma Subramanian, a veteran in urban air mobility. Subramanian previously served as chief executive at Voom, the Airbus-backed helicopter startup