Surf Air is one of the coolest airlines I have ever heard of. This small company based out of Santa Monica, California, allows members to take unlimited charter flights. It’s almost like renting or leasing your own private plane. And the company has just announced expansion to 20 new cities in Europe.
That means members would be able to fly to cities like Zürich, Luxembourg, Brussels, Vienna, Munich and Milan on their own charter flights. And the airline has gone a step further by announcing a partnership with Blade Air which is based up in the Northeast United States.
This partnership will allow Surf Air customers to access Blade’s destination up in the Northeast. This Blade company is just as cool as Surf Air. They fly helicopters and seaplanes between New York City and destinations like East Hampton and Newport. Seaplanes also take people to Nantucket and Manhattan.
This is a really awesome move by Surf Air but it doesn’t end there. Surf Air has announced membership enhancements for all of its customers to celebrate five years of flying. They want to enhance the entire Surf Air flying experience for their already existing customers.
The charter flight company originally started as a way for its customers to squeeze every last drop out of their weekends. It arranged to charter flights for its members to destinations in California. They have since expanded into a luxury travel company in a mere five years.
Customers were able to experience the lavish culinary culture of San Francisco, the thundering outdoors of Lake Tahoe and the coastal scenery of Santa Barbara. And now Surf Air customers are being treated to charter flights all around the world.
One of the exclusive benefits of being a surf air customer is exclusivity. Only the most powerful and well-connected use Surf Air’s services and so being a customer gives you incredible networking opportunities. And Surf Air allows you to networking some of the most lavish private suites at airports around the world. This is especially true at LAX where members are allowed access to the swanky Private Suite LAX.