Surf Air is now accepting Bitcoin and Ethereum for both membership or charter flights. The company’s network has three zones that include San Francisco/Bay Area, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Diego, Truckee, Napa, Monterey, Las Vegas, Austin, Dallas, Houston, Midland, San Antonio, The Woodlands, Oklahoma City, London, Zurich, Ibiza, and Cannes. Membership prices are posted on today’s equivalent exchange rate for 12-month advance payment and initiation fee. 

How much does Surf Air cost?

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Top end Surf Air membership, Unlimited Global, is priced 6.86200 btc or 159.39039 eth, equivalent to $6,000 per month with a $1,000 initiation fee. You get access to the full network with unlimited flights, six reservations at a time, including one complimentary guest flight per month, including unlimited access to new routes for one year. There are also plans that cover unlimited U.S. travel, or specific California and Texas plans priced at 2.85760 btc or 66.37627 eth.

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Surf Air has been in the news regularly this year, acquiring RISE in Texas, then launching its operations in Europe, its first jet service using the Embraer Phenom 300 in addition to its core fleet of Pilatus PC-12s. Last month the company moved its London base from Luton Airport to London City Airport.

 

Accepting Bitcoin has been on trend recently for private aviation companies. Jet card seller Star Jets International recently announced it would accept the cryptocurrency. Finding new ways to sell private jet travel, particularly jet cards and memberships have been at the forefront. ECOJETS in September started selling jet cards on Amazon.

About the Author Doug Gollan

I study and write about Ultra High Net Worth (UHNW) consumers, luxury travel, the business of luxury and private aviation, particularly jet cards