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Aero’s adaptability: Pivots flights from Rifle to LA during Aspen Airport closure

Aero adapts operations amid Aspen Airport closure, offering seamless transfers from Rifle Airport with luxurious onboard amenities, maintaining service excellence during disruptions.

VAN NUYS – In response to the emergency closure of Aspen Airport following a fire that damaged the runways during routine maintenance, Aero has temporarily adjusted its operations to serve the public and currently with flights between Rifle (RIL) private airport, which is just a 1-hour drive from Aspen, and Los Angeles’ Van Nuys (VNY). To ensure a seamless travel experience, Aero provides a complimentary shuttle transfer with refreshments between Aspen and Rifle airport.

Aero’s unique capability to adjust its operations from the Aspen Airport to the Rifle Airport sets it apart from competitors, allowing them to continue serving the Aspen community with uninterrupted air service during this challenging time.


Enjoy a In-Flight Curated Tasting Menu

The celebrated chef and LA icon Nancy Silverton will join the flight to Aspen on June 13th to present a tasting menu and commence the weekend’s culinary festivities. The in-flight experience will feature flavors inspired by her work at Michelin-starred Osteria Mozza and from her new best-selling cookbook.

Aero is a premier book-by-the-seat jet service connecting travelers to unique getaways including Aspen, Sun Valley, and Los Cabos. A memorable journey begins in comfort and style aboard Aero’s sleek black jets. Once airborne, passengers enjoy elevated dining, a premium open bar, and top-tier amenities. Aero effortlessly merges the worlds of hospitality, design, and travel—without any membership fees.

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