Wheels Up moves from zones to capped super-midsize pricing starting at $29,995 on all flights 3.5 hours or more in the Continental U.S.
Private jet membership provider Wheels Up is expanding its super-midsize discount program. It now includes all flights within the Continental U.S. of 3.5 hours or more. The lower prices apply to Core and Business members and will cut flight costs on a variety of routes from places like New Orleans, Nashville, Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago, and St. Louis to the West Coast.
Flights between the East Coast and Western U.S. are now capped at $29,995, plus FET
Wheels Up is already leveraging its purchase of Citation X operator Mountain Aviation two weeks ago. It’s rolling out a rate cap on flights between the East Coast and Western U.S.
Wheels Up has acquired Mountain Aviation, the 10th largest U.S. Part 135 private jet operator, adding 59 private aircraft to its fleet
The deal makes Wheels Up the world’s largest Citation X operator and sets it up to be a major player in transcontinental private jet flights
Add Mountain Aviation to the list. After acquiring Delta Private Jets, Gama Aviation Signature, and TMC Jets over the past 19 months, Wheels Up has acquired the 10th largest private jet charter operator in the country.
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