The European private air membership operator is expanding its fleet of the single-engine aircraft

Fly Aeolus, which specializes in connecting Europe’s many small airports, said it has added three new Cirrus SR22 aircraft to its fleet.

The new airplanes are based in Essen, Hamburg, and Kulmbach.

According to a press release, the company says the new additions are part of its long-term strategy to provide a wider offering in Europe.

Where does Fly Aeolus fly?
Fly Aeolus is using the Cirrus SR22 to expand its reach in Europe.

It says, “Fly Aeolus offers its regional customers new travel opportunities and lowers the cost of air taxi flights from the region, in this case especially in the Ruhrgebiet area, but also throughout North Rhine-Westphalia.”

From Hamburg, Fly Aeolus will service customers in the north of Lower Saxony. As a result, it said prices will be reduced there as well as across Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

The new aircraft based in Kulmbach reduces the cost of flights for customers in Northern Bavaria, Thuringia, and Hesse, according to the company.

Fly Aeolus offers three membership options ranging from 10,000 euros for its Pre-paid Personal membership to an Elite membership priced at 50,000 euros.

Fly Aeolus jet card membership
Fly Aeolus offers three membership options ranging from 10,000 to 50,000 euros.

Since its inception in 2009, Fly Aeolus has been a leader in taxi flights as a cost-effective way to save travel time.

Cirrus SR 22

The Cirrus SR22 is a four-seat single-engine aircraft built by Cirrus Aircraft in Duluth, Minnesota.

Since 2003, the series has been the best-selling single-engine piston aircraft in the world.

As an additional safety feature, the Cirrus SR22 is equipped with a parachute system for the entire aircraft. This safety system has contributed to the sales success of this aircraft.

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