Luxury Jet Flights to Elevate Love Field

Aero Semi-Private Jet | Image by Aero

A luxury jet service will soon be landing at Dallas Love Field airport.

Aero Technologies is starting flights soon at Dallas Love Field, with prices for one-way trips starting at $1,000, according to The Dallas Morning News.

Aero has custom-built 16-seat aircraft and is a semi-private jet company. The first flights will be going to Los Cabos starting on April 21 and then Aspen on May 25.

“Aero was founded because we believe that there’s an opportunity to deliver radically better air travel,” said Uma Subramanian, CEO of Aero Technologies, per the DMN. “We are really focused on creating a premium customer experience.”

Subramanian calls the luxury flight service the “Four Seasons experience for air travel,” according to the DMN.

“We are excited to offer our guests more options to fly with Aero,” Subramanian said in a press release reported CultureMap. “We will continue to provide our guests with an unparalleled way to travel and we look forward to sharing the Aero experience with Texans.”

Aero’s website speaks highly of Dallas.

“Dallas has perfected the art of the high-low. The taco trucks and barbecue counters are just as delicious as the understandably hyped, celebrity-chef-run restaurants — and the two-stepping dance halls are just as essential to Dallasites as the glamourous craft cocktail lounge. Speaking of glamour, this is home to luxury shopping galore — which contrasts effortlessly with the artisan-driven boutiques popping up all over town. Mix and match them all, and you have the ideal Texas experience.”

Flights from Dallas will start with two per week, but eventually, the company expects to add more.

Aero, which has more than 200 employees, said that it may also add additional routes in the future, but for now, it is focusing on the current ones, including the new Dallas routes.

The semi-private airline is based in the California cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco, both of which feature flights to Los Cabos and Aspen. Subramanian claims that Los Cabos and Aspen are destinations that are popular with Texas travelers.

People intending to fly on Aero can book flights directly by clicking here.

The company serves organic food on its Los Angeles and San Francisco flights thanks to a partnership with California-based Erewhon.

Subramanian said she is evaluating what food provider would be a good partner for the Texas flights and noted that she wants the food on the Dallas-based flights to have a Texas feel, according to the DMN.

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1 Comment

  1. fed up with Dallas County

    JSX is a similar concierge airline flying 20 seat aircraft out of Love Field. It’s good to see Aero at Love Field who will be flying different routes.



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