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April 12, 2024
Piaggio P.180 Avanti AeroVanti
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US aviation has seen another new airline recently: AeroVanti. It has just commenced services and has high ambitions of growing into an established player in its market segment. With a product at First Class rates, AeroVanti is light years away from what another start-up like Breeze is trying. AeroVanti targets premium and speed. It offers private services operated by the Piaggio P.180 Avanti. Airinsight spoke to its CEO to hear more about the new airline.

It’s been a busy first week for Patrick Britton-Harr, the 37-year old CEO of AeroVanti. So busy, that he apologizes for not being able to exactly tell which was the first service by his airline on June 28. “I actually don’t know, I would have to ask at our partner Brazos Air that has operated the first flight.”
What he knows is that since announcing the launch of AeroVanti, its mailbox and phone have been busy. “We have been taken a consistent number of enquiries each day and we are boarding members accordingly. We have members who have signed up in Texas, in Florida, Illinois, New York, we have had enquiries from California”, says Britton-Harr during a Zoom-call from Annapolis (Maryland), where his airline is based.


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