The newly launched Telluride Air Club aims to transform traditional charter flight operations into the Telluride Regional Airport.
The Telluride Regional Airport, approximately three miles from Telluride proper, currently does not offer commercial flight service.
The Telluride Air Club has a membership format that is aimed at offering the safety, reliability and luxury of private jet service at a fraction of customary costs. With a membership, Air Club affiliates are offered discounted pricing on key routes between Telluride and Texas and Telluride and Denver. Beginning with these four key routes, the Telluride Air Club is looking to expand over time with subsequent routes to additional key markets, such as Phoenix and Los Angeles.
In addition, the Telluride Air Club offers members a variety of perks, including: a virtual club house, discount rates on customer charter and perhaps most importantly, the opportunity to aggregate travel with other members that have a similar itinerary. Such ride sharing reduces the cost of a Telluride Air Club flight even more significantly.
Mountain Aviation headquartered at the Rocky Mountain Metro Airport (BJC) in Broomfield, CO is a primary partner for Telluride Air Club flight operations. Mountain Aviation, founded in 1993, is based in in Denver, Eagle/Vail, Fort Collins, Aspen, and Telluride Colorado as well as Boise, Idaho.