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.
By using private jet terminals, Surf Air can cut total travel time by more than half
Less than six months after taking flight, the all you can fly membership airline is making a big move, just a short distance, moving its London operations some 50 miles from Luton Airport to London City Airport in December. Initially, the schedule will feature the same weekday daily nonstops to Zurich with plans to go double daily in the coming months, CEO Simon Talling-Smith tells Private Jet Card Comparisons. He adds, “We will be operating our first (Pilatus) PC-12s from the Zurich base into Luxembourg and Munich (and) we’re also looking carefully at Zurich-Frankfurt and Zurich-Brussels.”
Private Jet Card Comparisons is the only independent buyer’s guide comparing private jet card membership programs
Are you in the market for a jet card? There are many reasons to buy a jet card for your private aviation travel, including convenience, safety assurances, guaranteed availability, locking in an hourly rate and so on. Due to the popularity of jet card membership, the field of players has increased significantly. Private Jet Card Comparisons tracks 27 companies and over 100 programs.
Jet Card Membership programs provide a variety of benefits that are making them more and more popular
Jet cards usually fall between on-demand charter and fractional ownership in the hierarchy of private aviation options. While most jet cards have a minimum of 25 hours or $100,000 of flight time, more and more there are jet cards and membership programs starting at 10 hours or $50,000.
There are over 65 differences in jet card programs, from membership fees and hourly rates to peak days, pilot and aircraft sourcing, service areas and more
Before you buy a jet card, here is what you need to know. Best of all, it’s all in one place for registered users of Private Jet Card Comparisons saving hours of research and thousands of dollars by choosing a program that doesn’t meet your needs.