Aspen overlooks the rest of Colorado from a height of 7,908 feet, and is the most populous city in Pitkin County. This impressive US city draws tourists especially during winter. Discover America’s winter wonderland by flying into the city’s main hub, the Aspen-Pitkin County Airport.
From London, Aspen flights are available on United Airlines. Flights leave from London Heathrow Airport, stop over at Denver, Colorado, and then continue on to Aspen. The economy class offers 31-inch seat pitch, adjustable headrests, and in-seat personal LCD television with nine entertainment channels. Snacks, cocktails, and non-alcoholic drinks are served after take-off, and light pre-arrival meals are offered too. Passengers get to enjoy meals consisting of an appetizer, salad, hot entrees, and dessert during the flight. Aspen flights from Belfast are also available with the airline.
KLM Royal Dutch Ailrines, “the reliable airline,” also offers connecting flights to Aspen from London. KLM is the national airline of the Netherlands and the oldest carrier in the world, dating back to 1919. Personal televisions with audio/video-on-demand (AVOD) dish out entertainment during the flight. Hot meals, snacks, and drinks are provided, and freshly prepared sandwiches are served on morning flights. KLM also flies from other UK cities such as Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Bristol, and Cardiff.
US Airways, the fifth largest airline in the US, also flies to Aspen from Jersey. Economy class includes amenities such as personal video screens offering movies, games, and syndicated programs in multiple languages. Snack boxes, meals, and drinks are available for purchase on long-haul flights.