By-the-seat private jet airline Aero has stopped flights in Europe and will use the aircraft on U.S. routes.
Aero has stopped its scheduled by-the-seat flights in Europe.
The flights were recently removed from the Aero website.
Aero had been offering routes from London to Nice, Geneva, and Sion last winter.
During summers, it typically switched to resort destinations.
Last year, the start-up raised $65 million to power its expansion.
Last week, we reported Aero was slashing prices by over 60% on select departures bringing rates below $1,000.
Uma Subramanian, CEO of Aero Technologies, tells Private Jet Card Comparisons, “We have decided to focus our resources and efforts in the US market by expanding our offerings with the addition of Dallas and by doubling down on the Los Angeles market. As a result, we will be pausing our operations in London and will bring back aircraft to the U.S. to service guests in those markets.”