Elevate Your St. Regis Experience:

Private Charter Flight on a Pilatus PC-12NG with Mayo Aviation

Elevate Your St. Regis Experience with Mayo Aviation

We are delighted to announce an exquisite collaboration between Mayo Aviation and The St. Regis Aspen Resort.  As a guest of The St. Regis Aspen Resort, you can enjoy special discounts and benefits when chartering the luxurious Pilatus PC-12NG with Mayo Aviation.

The Pilatus PC-12NG stands out as a versatile turbo-prop aircraft, capable of effortlessly connecting you to regional destinations. Whether you’re headed from Aspen to Denver, Los Angeles, or Dallas, this aircraft’s impressive range of 1,300 miles and outstanding short-field performance make it the ideal choice for domestic flights. Step on board and relax in the 7-seat interior, featuring luxurious leather seating and a wide array of entertainment options to ensure your trip is efficient and enjoyable.

For more details and to elevate your travel experience with a private charter on the Pilatus PC-12NG, fill out the form below or contact Alex Cisco at Alex and the Mayo Aviation team are dedicated to curating a seamless, personalized journey tailored to your preferences.

Why Fly Mayo?

Mountain Trained, Locally Based

For over 40 years, Mayo Aviation has been Aspen’s trusted aviation expert. Mayo Aviation understands the unique challenges of mountainous terrains, and that’s why our experienced pilots are well-versed in mountain flying. Choosing our services means entrusting your journey to skilled professionals who navigate the skies with precision and confidence, ensuring a smooth and secure flight experience through the stunning landscapes surrounding Aspen.


Recognized for Safety

Mayo Aviation is one of few elite operators that have been registered by the ACSF for meeting its Industry Audit Standard, an independent evaluation of an operator’s adherence to the highest level of safety and regulatory compliance. Mayo Aviation is Wyvern Registered, ARGUS Gold Rated and received NBAA’s Corporate Business Flying Safety Award for more than 35 years in a row.