Beond CEO shares details about luxury airline | Airlines

On November 16, 2023, an Airbus A319, painted almost entirely in a distinctively elegant black livery dotted with little golden bubbles, took off from Munich (MUC) bound for the warm latitudes of the Indian Ocean.

Beond, the world’s newest luxury airline, was finally a reality.

Only 24 hours earlier, that same jet was part of the static display at the 2023 Dubai Air Show, where visitors were able to get a glimpse of the carefully crafted business-only cabin that would shuttle holidaymakers between Europe, the Middle East and the Maldives in utmost comfort.

At the time, AeroTime had already been able to take a close look at this new product offering, which aims to extend the luxury resort experience vibes from the moment the passenger steps on onboard. However, we were eager to learn more about the genesis and development of this rather unique and ambitious project.

For this instalment of our Executive Spotlight series, we sat down for an in-depth conversation with Beond’s co-founder and CEO, Tero Taskila, who shared some details about the vision behind the Beond project and its plans.

Taskila, who over the last couple of decades has held executive positions at carriers such as Finnair, Gulf Air, airBaltic and Estonian Air, is not alone in this venture.

A few years ago, while working for one of the major aircraft makers, Beond’s co-founder Max Nilov realized…


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