New private jet service Aero takes off to Aspen and Mexico from Dallas Love Field
A luxe, semi-private jet service called Aero is scheduled for takeoff from its new hub at Dallas Love Field starting this spring.
The Dallas hub will launch routes to Los Cabos, Mexico and Aspen, Colorado on April 21 and May 18, respectively.
The service already offers flights to those two locations plus Sun Valley, Idaho, with additional hubs at San Francisco International Airport, Van Nuys Airport, and Los Angeles International Airport.
One-way flights from Dallas will be available for purchase starting January 19, with rates starting at $1,000, according to a release.
At the Dallas hub, travelers will go through a private terminal to avoid check-in, long lines, and crowds. Instead of having to show up to the airport hours early like commercial flight travelers, Aero travelers are encouraged to arrive 20 to 30 minutes early and get to relax in a private lounge.
Aero CEO Uma Subramanian says the company looks forward to the addition of their new hub.
“We are excited to offer our guests more options to fly with Aero,” Subramanian says in the release. “We will continue to provide our guests with an unparalleled way to travel and we look forward to sharing the Aero experience with Texans.”
The company boasts an “exceptional” traveler experience. Their concierge team offers personalized attention to each passenger and will go so far as to book you a driver to or from the airport or make sure your favorite drink is available on board.
The Aero jet fleet consists of custom Embraer ERJ-135 jets with 16 premium, all aisle and window seats. The company also flies two Legacy 600 business-style jets that seat 10 to 13 travelers each.
Inside each jet, guests will enjoy “modern luxury” with hand-stitched Italian leather seats, state-of-the-art lighting and a custom sound system, they tout.
Guest safety is a “number one priority” for the company, they say. With contactless check-in and crowd-free lounges, Aero keeps touch points to a minimum for both pilots and passengers. Each jet undergoes a sanitation process before and after every flight, according to the press release.
Travelers interested in booking an Aero flight can visit the company’s website.