The semi-private jet service Aero announces new routes across Europe, catering to the French & Swiss Alps
Semi-private jet service Aero has announced its Winter routes to some of the most in-demand destinations across Europe and North America. From mid-December onwards, Aero will fly from London Farnborough Airport to Sion and Geneva. The service will also resume flights from London to Nice from December, following a short hiatus through November. In North America, Aero will be flying to and from Los Angeles, including LAX and Van Nuys, Los Cabos, San Francisco, Aspen and Sun Valley.
With travel seeming to be back to business as usual, Summer 2022 saw a huge demand in Aero’s routes across Europe. This allowed the brand to expand their fleet and offer routes to Ibiza & Nice from London Farnborough, as well as being the only airline to offer the popular island-hopping route between Ibiza and Mykonos. As we approach the end of the season and begin to make Winter holiday plans, Aero will follow their clients to the French and Swiss Alps, offering regular legs to Sion Airport and Geneva Airport from London Farnborough through the Winter months.
By offering direct flights to Sion and Geneva almost daily, Aero will permit access to some of the most desired ski resorts in both Switzerland and France in as quick as 35 minutes by car. Passengers can reach the likes of Verbier, Crans Montana, & Chambery in under an hour, and Gstaad, Zermatt Saas Fee, & Meribel in under two. Aero will provide semi-private air travel on a regular basis like never before, allowing clients to travel effortlessly to the French and Swiss Alps through the winter.
Since launching in 2019, Aero has been on a mission to redefine air travel through a semi-private jet service that provides direct flights to the world’s most coveted destinations in North America and Europe. With premium seats purchased individually, personalised concierge services, luxury interiors, and thoughtful curation at every touch point, Aero offers a radically better leisure travel experiences at a fraction of the usual jet-chartering price. It removes the hassle of flying commercial, through the use of private, crowd-free terminals, therefore minimising travel time and maximising holiday time.
“We are excited to offer our guests more options to fly with Aero,” said Uma Subramanian, Chief Executive Officer of Aero. “We will continue to provide our guests with an unparalleled way to travel and we look forward to bringing the Aero experience to new markets in the coming months”.
One-way flights with Aero begin from £990. To book an Aero flight or charter experience, please visit aero.com.