The newest way to get to Napa from Southern California comes at a cost of $2,000 for a round-trip ticket. But that may work for the well-heeled traveler with disposable income looking for relaxation.
Aero, which flies leisure travelers in and out of targeted tourism destinations, is now providing flights into the Napa County Airport from Van Nuys, according to the company.
Aero bills itself as a semi-private, first-class airline with white-glove service that includes “hosts who provide seamless service at every travel turn. From booking a driver, to making sure your favorite drink is on board, Aero’s concierge team handles every detail with elegance and grace,” according to its press release. In-flight service also includes luxury chocolates and a sampling of premiere wines. The jet cabin interiors are customized with hand-stitched Italian leather seats, state-of-the-art lighting and a custom sound system, according to the release.
The Napa route began April 23 and…