What’s happening at Surf Air? A press release after midnight raises more questions than it answers (Updated)

private jet membership comes to Europe

Surf Air has switched the operator of its California flights for the second time in a year. It comes after two new route announcements that never took place and recently filed tax liens totaling nearly $2.5 million

 

Just over a year ago aviation industry veteran Jeff Potter was CEO of Surf Air, which at the time was seemingly shedding its training wheels and showing it could be a sustainable enterprise following a period of tumult when its founders left and then filed a $125 million lawsuit in 2015. Then came the acquisition of RISE, which was operating a similar concept in Texas. That is, you pay a monthly fee and somewhat like Netflix indulge as much as you would like, however, instead of movies, with Surf Air and RISE it is flights (see below), mainly short hops where you can save a lot of time by using private aviation terminals instead of the commercial ones. 

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