Traditionally, air travel was for the rich and wealthy in the society. Most of the rich people boarded planes when going for vacations and holidays with their families. But times have changed. Air travel is no longer a preserve for the rich and affluent in the society. It has become a necessity for businesspeople running businesses in different states and countries and other people who need to travel for leisure or to visit relatives in other parts of the world.
Even with the increased use of air travel, a lot of people are dissatisfied with the services offered by most of the commercial airlines. In most of the commercial airlines, it is common to find multiple checkpoints, delayed flights, long lines and lengthy layovers.
Surf Air was recently introduced to save travelers by removing all the blockades associated with air travel. Surf Air is now considered as the game changer in the air travel industry. Surf Air seeks to expand and change the traveling experience for more than 2.9 million travelers who fly each day to various destinations in the U.S alone. Anyone can use Surf Air services regardless of whether they are traveling for work, pleasure or even visiting relatives.
Surf Air has managed to remove most of the hurdles associated with traditional airlines. They have achieved this by introducing a membership club where travelers are charged an affordable subscription fee for several flights within the U.S.
The concept has proved hugely successful with more people subscribing to Air Surf membership each day. Currently, they have more than 4,000 members and they are making about 90 flights across Texas, Nevada and California. They have recently expanded to Europe, and the business is growing each day tremendously.
About Surf Air
Surf Air is a product of a Los Angeles-based business incubator, MuckerLab. It was founded in 2012, and within four years of operation, Surf Air had registered more than 3,000 members. Recently, Surf Air acquired Rise Airlines, which helped them to increase their subscriptions by more than 25 percent. Surf Air expanded their operations to U.K in June last year.