Atlanta, Georgia-headquartered fractional operator Volato has expanded its fixed price programme to include one way flights between major coastal cities. The East Coast routes will charter between Teterboro airport in New York; Dekalb-Peachtree airport in Atlanta, Georgia; and Opa Locka Executive in Miami, Florida. The West Coast legs will operate between California's Van Nuys airport in Los Angeles; Harry Reid International airport in Las Vegas; and Metropolitan Oakland International airport in San Francisco. Guests will enjoy the privacy of having one of the company's entire four passenger, luxury HondaJet aircraft to themselves. As part of the programme's extension, for a limited time, there are no calendar restrictions other than during peak periods.
The prices for the East Coast fixed cost flights are:
- Opa Locka - Dekalb-Peachtree: $8,000 one way
- Teterboro - Opa Locka: $12,000 one way with possible fuel stop
The pricing applies to flights between the three East Coast airports only. FET, segment taxes, ground transportation and catering are not included.
The prices for the West Coast fixed cost flights are:
This comes on the heels of Volato's recent order of 25 HondaJet aircraft as the company commits to a long-term partnership with the manufacturer. The company now has over 40 HondaJets currently in operation or ordered, and recently announced a fleet order of Gulfstream G280 aircraft configured for 10 passengers.
Volato operates nationally with a floating fleet, and has bases in Atlanta Georgia; St Augustine and Fort Lauderdale in Florida; Baltimore, Maryland; Houston, Texas; and Carlsbad in California.