Going remote

Surf Air Recommends

‘Hard to get to’ isn’t a phrase we like to say at Surf Air. On Demand charter opens your access to any public-use airport across the U.S. Here’s a selection of Surf Air recommended escapes.


The Lost Sierra, California

Sierra Buttes is the lesser known Sierra Nevada destination when compared to Yosemite and Lake Tahoe, but it shouldn’t be overlooked. Comprised of turquoise lakes and a ton of charm, there’s lots to explore. Direct to: Sierraville Dearwater Airport.

Timber Cove, Jenner, California

A hidden treasure along scenic Highway 1. Not as popular as Point Reyes or Mendocino, Timber Cove offers unparalleled views of the coastline with fewer tourists. Direct to: Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport.

Lake Powell, Arizona

Lake Powell is located in northern Arizona and is part of the Colorado River. The warm water, impressive view, great weather and sunshine make this place a destination you can’t miss. Watercraft and powerboat adventures await you. Direct to: Page Municipal Airport.

The Lost Coast, California

The perfect destination for avid backpackers, The Lost Coast is the only part of California’s coastline that isn’t accessible via the Pacific Coast Highway. You must explore on foot once you touchdown making it an unforgettable experience. Direct to: Rohnerville Airport.

Wallowa Mountains, Oregon

Travel to the Wallowa Mountains, referred to as the “Swiss Alps of Oregon”, to experience an adventure you will never forget. Travel to nearby town of Joseph which offers handcrafted beers, chocolatiers, craft distilleries and many more. Direct to: Joseph State Airport.