Surf Air’s all-you-can-fly membership service will revolutionize the world of air travel—Forbes called us the “future of flying.” We will bring back the ease and allure of flying that has been lost in endless lines, overburdened systems and heavy fees. Surf Air members will fly the way you should—saving valuable time, eliminating hassle and always flying first-class.
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As an ongoing bonus, members can bring friends, family, or colleagues with them when they fly, at no cost.
"Clearly, something was wrong with the system," Eyerly says today. "And when something is that wrong, we should fix it." The result is Surf Air, the first all-you-can-fly carrier. For $1,000 a month, members will be able to travel anywhere on Surf Air's system as often as they'd like.
Business travelers can enjoy several benefits by choosing SurfAir, including the ability to network with other members who might accompany them on the eight-passenger flights.
Where will you find the disruptors of tomorrow? Everywhere—literally. Step outside, cast a glance skyward and you just might catch sight of a plane operated by newcomer SurfAir.com, an all-you-can-fly airline serving popular California cities (for starters) including Palo Alto and Los Angeles.
he airline business is a tough one. Most start-ups fail to take off, and even many of the established companies have gone through bankruptcies. But brothers Wade and Dave Eyerly just might have a shot.
Surf Air is a subscription based all-you-can-fly private airline which will enable the frequent traveler to forgo the long security lines, congestion and hassles at major airports and get to where they want to go more quickly with unparalleled convenience and luxury.
If they can make it here, they can make it anywhere.
Surf Air is an early stage start up disrupting the travel industry.
Where will you find the disruptors of tomorrow? Everywhere--literally. Step outside, cast a glance skyward and you may soon catch sight of a plane operated by newcomer SurfAir.com, an all-you-can-fly airline that will serve popular California cities (for starters) including San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles.
You can stuff yourself silly at all-you-can-eat buffets and drink yourself stupid at an all-inclusive resort, but is the world ready for all-you-can-fly air travel? Wade and Dave Eyerly, a pair of brothers from Southern California, believe it is...
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Surf Air isn’t fully operational yet, but raised $4 million in venture capital and has 16 full-time employees. The humble entrepreneur [Wade Eyerly] says he didn’t do much right–besides coming up with a business model–before moving across the country to Santa Monica, Calif., with five co-founding employees to participate in MuckerLab’s inaugural class.
Sick of Bay Area airport security lines but can’t afford your own plane? Well, Wade Eyerly believes he’s got just the flight for you. His startup, Surf Airlines Inc., plans to launch service by year’s end and will likely focus a good portion of its sales efforts on Silicon Valley area residents.
Los Angeles is quickly emerging as one of the biggest startup hubs. Angel investor thinks it will eventually surpass New York and Silicon Valley as the tech capital of the world. "Los Angeles understands people," he says. Vaynerchuk thinks...
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The Future of Flying: Your Private Jet Subcription. The story of Surf Air is about one older brother wanting his younger brother to keep flying. Fulfilling the dream of being a pilot in America.
Six years ago, David Eyerly asked his brother, Wade, for a little advice. He had received a partial scholarship to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, but was conflicted about accepting it, despite his love of flying and airplanes. Wade Eyerly...
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The company has raised $4 million dollars in a Series A investment led by Anthem Venture Partners and joined by New Enterprise Associates, Baroda Ventures, Siemer Ventures and twenty angels. One notable angel investor in Surf Air is Jared Leto, the lead singer of 30 Seconds to Mars and an actor known for his role in the 1990s TV drama “My So-Called Life.”
Surf Air, a new membership-based air service providing short jaunts between California hot spots like San Francisco Bay Area, Monterey, Santa Barbara and L.A., has just closed its Series A. And look who invested: Jared Leto, noted actor/musician/entrepreneur.
Eyerly’s startup will be using this injection of funds, raised from NEA andAnthem Venture Partners, as well as a number of prominent angels and individual investors including actor Jared Leto, to get Surf Air literally off the ground and run a “demonstration route,” covering the L.A. area, out to San Francisco Bay Area, Santa Barbara and Monterey, set to launch at the end of this summer.
Surf Air, a membership-based flight service offering trips between SoCal and NorCal smaller airports like San Francisco Bay Area, Monterey, Santa Barbara and Santa Monica, just closed its Series A round of funding.
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Airlines are offering flexible flying within a finite period of time, like months or a year. Surf Airlines, a new company based in Santa Monica, Calif., is planning to offer unlimited flying memberships on private planes starting this summer, pending procedural approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Surf Air CEO Wade Eyerly explains to NBC4 Nonstop News LA's, Colleen Williams, how you can fly throughout California as much as you want, for one price and reap the benefits of flying first-class in an executive aircraft.
Skipping straight to the end of their presentation, Surf Air closed to a standing ovation. To say they understand the market would be a dramatic understatement. A few early passengers were in the audience, and they gave glowing reviews, with one describing the service as “a private flying experience at commercial prices.”
Though California is often known as the purveyor of unusual ideas, this idea – subscription air service on start-up executive jet airline, SurfAir – may just have consumer-centric strength.
Not quite in love with commercial flying, but not yet a private plane owner? Surf Air has the all-you-can-fly plan for you. Starting this summer, the new airline will offer members as many flights as they want, on a fleet of eight private planes, for just $790/month.
“What we’re looking for is companies that are disrupting existing markets, and going after very large markets — preferably ones that are facing transition or being poorly served right now.” Case in point: Surf Air.
A new all-you-can-fly membership-based airline is in the works to charter travelers around the state.
A start-up airline wants to take the hassle out of air travel for frequent flyers, by offering unlimited flights for a fixed monthly subscription fee.
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Think of it as the Netflix of air travel. That's what Wade Eyerly, a former aide to former Vice President Cheney, hopes potential customers of Surf Air, his new all-you-can fly membership-based airline, will do.
It’s the fantasy of every frequent flier: No more security lines, no more scouring the Internet for the lowest fare and most of all, no more being crammed into a seat like 10 pounds of sausage in an 8-pound casing. Californians, your wish is granted. And maybe, just maybe, the travel dreams of the rest of the country will too come true.
JetBlue better watch out, as there’s a new airline getting in on the all-you-can fly action.
Surf Air Inc., an all-you-can-fly airline hoping to get off the ground this summer, has its sights on expanding to Sacramento and other markets if the model proves successful.
Frequent flyers will soon be able to zip up and down California’s coast with a new all-you-can-fly airline. Surf Air announced Thursday that starting this summer, it will offer members unlimited service between San Francisco Bay Area, Monterey, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles for $790 a month.
Capitalizing on the coastal travel often required by California’s executives, two brothers are launching a membership-based, all-you-can-fly airline for as little at $790 a month.
JetBlue and Sun Country Airlines have tested the waters before, but startup Surf Air plans to take the all-you-can-fly model to new heights.
Surf Air, an innovative all-you-can fly membership based airline, announced it would be launching today out of Los Angeles-based MuckerLab, a startup accelerator program.
Surf Air is focusing it's efforts on frequent fliers, no surprise there, but this market alone represents about 85% of the business travel industry according to the FAA. In 2011, flights between the LA area and San Francisco included more than 20 million frequent travelers.
All-you-can-fly airline gets ready for take off in California.
Silicon Valley's Newest Airline. Surf Air's members drive right up to an eight-person aircraft, where valet parks their car and takes their luggage, much like a private jet. Except the cost is drastically less than that of a private plane.
A team of brothers plans to launch an airline to serve executives and others who are willing to pay a monthly membership fee for unlimited travel up and down the California coast.
Surf Air, an airline starting this summer, has designs on that short-haul sweet spot.
[VIDEO] Silicon Valley Gets Its Own Airline, SurfAir. People who travel four-to-five times per month would benefit the most from this service...a subscription model, just like Netflix.
Surf Air's subscription membership pricing will fundamentally change the way people travel and revolutionize the business model for the airline industry.
New startup Surf Air intends to be the “Netflix of private travel” by giving frequent fliers a way to simplify the experience and offering unlimited flights on private planes for a low monthly rate.
Surf Air Debuts All-You-Can-Fly Airline Membership Service
It was called PlaneRed, now it's Surf Air—and seems to be moving closer to reality. Surf Air will start with flights between Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay Area, plus a couple of other stops.
Tired of being herded like cattle on your regular trip between Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay Area? Los Angeles-based Surf Air just launched today, emerging out of the MuckerLab accelerator.
Eyerly sees it as a ‘win-win’ for customers.
Surf Air announces funding from multiple investors including Anthem Venture Partners, NEA and noted actor Jared Leto
Surf Air announces innovative all-you-can-fly airline membership service for fast first-class air travel at cost-effective price points.