Net-A-Porter and Aero Offer Private Jet Service For MFW
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Net-A-Porter and Aero Offer Private Jet Service For MFW

February 20, 2022 Share

The semi-private jet service is offering exclusive Milan Fashion Week flights as well as complementary styling services from the premium e-tailor.

Ciao Bella! Are you heading to MFW this season? Thanks to a new private jet collaboration between Aero and Net-A-Porter, your travel choices have just completely upgraded. 

MFW is known for its exquisite street style and is a definite pinnacle of the sartorial calendar year, as any fashionista knows. As followers travel to the temples of Versace, Moschino, Gucci, and Prada to pay respect to their sacred idols, the city is engulfed in a passion comparable to a religious event – so you’ll want to look the part on every runway.

Roberto Cavalli show at SS22 Milan Fashion Week | Photo by Victor Boyko

For AW22, demi-private jet service Aero will accommodate fashion’s jet set, Aero will be selling flights to Milan for the shows. This month, the luxury travel service will fly for the first time from Farnborough to Linate Airport, collaborating with Net-A-Porter to enable you make a  journey in both style and luxury. Aero’s Concierge team will connect guests with a Net-A-Porter stylist who will curate a customised lineup of catwalk-worthy outfits from the e-taileor’s extensive catalogue featuring some of Italy’s most prestigious brands. Yes, we’re talking the likes of Bottega Veneta, Max Mara, and Fendi.

While you won’t have the whole plane to yourself (but will have the opportunity to link up with other stylish travellers), you can anticipate all of the benefits of a private jet, with Aero taking care of everything from luggage help to private terminal check-ins to ground transportation. Whether you’re reserving your seat individually or chartering the flight, each jet can seat up to 16 people and is designed to provide both social space and seclusion.

One way flights from £1,200, visit aero.com.

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