After switching CEOs and pulling its Europe flights, jet sharing Aero has added free Space-X Starlink WiFi to all its flights.
By-the-seat Aero has announced the addition of high-speed internet connectivity across all its routes via Elon Musk’s Starlink.
SpaceX operates the low-latency satellite internet constellation.
Aero passengers now have complimentary connectivity on all flights between Dallas, Los Angeles, Los Cabos, Aspen, and Sun Valley.
“We aim to provide an exceptional guest experience, and so we are thrilled to deliver fast, free, and reliable in-flight Wi-Fi on all of our scheduled routes,” said Ben Klein, recently appointed Chief Executive Officer at Aero.
He added, “Equipping all of our ERJ-135s with Starlink reflects our deep commitment to ensuring that the Aero experience remains best-in-class throughout our guests’ journey.”
Since its founding, Aero has consistently started and stopped around a dozen routes.
Like JSX, it enables customers to use private jet terminals, including a check-in deadline 20 minutes before departure for domestic flights.
Its reconfigured Embraer regional jets have 16 Italian leather seats in a 1×1 configuration.
Its culinary offerings include seasonal menus from Erewhon on Los Angeles flights and Sadelle’s on Dallas flights.
Seat prices start at $975.