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Unfortunately, Eurolot ceased operations in 2014. However, you can search for similar flights to Eurolot on the following airlines.

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Vintage Props and Jets was a US airline (1991–2008). The airline was based at New Smyrna Beach Airport and offered commuter flights to destinations within Florida and to the Bahamas. At the time that it ceased operations, the airline flew to more than 10 destinations.

Vintage Props and Jets launched in 1991 and, at the time that it ceased operations, was the predominant airline flying between Florida and the Bahamas. As well as flying scheduled flights, Vintage Props and Jets offered aircraft management for companies using Beechcraft King Air 100 & 200 aircraft.

In 2008, the airline ceased operations after financial difficulties.


At the time that it ceased operations, Vintage Props and Jets used Beechcraft King Air, Beechcraft 1900 and Embraer ERJ-145 aircraft.


These are the destinations that Vintage Props and Jets flew to at the time that it stopped flying:


Domestic Destinations

Daytona Beach Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB)
Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport (FLL)
Jacksonville Jacksonville International Airport (JAX)
Key West Key West International Airport (EYW)
Marathon Florida Keys Marathon Airport (MTH)
Melbourne Orlando Melbourne International Airport (MLB)
Naples Naples Airport (APF)
New Smyrna Beach New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport

International Destinations

Bahamas Freeport Grand Bahama International Airport (FPO)
Marsh Harbour Leonard M. Thompson International Airport (MNH)
Treasure Cay Treasure Cay Airport (TCB)

Hub Airport

New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport

New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport is an airport in Volusia County, Florida and was the hub airport for Vintage Props and Jets. The airport has three runways but there are currently no airlines that offer scheduled flights to the airport.

Aerial view of New Smyrna Airport black and white