Surf Air, the nation’s first All-You-Can-Fly private membership airline, is proud to announce that it has been named #27 to America's 100 Most Promising Companies for 2015 by Forbes Magazine. This prestigious list is compiled annually through a rigorous submission process and has predicted the future success of some of the country’s most notable companies over the years. See the press release.
Fox Business News Interview with CEO, Jeff Potter.
Surf Air, a members-only luxury airline in California, has been making headway with its unusual business model: unlimited flying on its scheduled, in-state flights for a monthly fee.
It’s the Netflix of airlines. Members fly as much as they want with one monthly payment.
Surf Air is growing up and it’s got some new toys to reflect that maturity. The first in the company’s arsenal of shiny new objects is a brand new Pilatus PC-12NG Aircraft.
Flying from LA to San Francisco on business is a task normally fraught with stress and rage. But today, my journey begins from a better place. Instead of the gargantuan mess that is LAX, my Uber rolls up to a tiny airport three miles to the east. I start to realize just how different my work commute will be today.