Surf Air Mobility says it has received a commitment for $200 million in advance of plans to go public
Surf Air Mobility, the product of a recent merger between Surf Air and Blackbird, will announce next week it has secured a $200 million investment commitment from Global Emerging Markets Group (GEM). The company bills itself as “a $3.4 billion alternative investment group that manages a diverse set of investment vehicles focused on emerging markets across the world.”
The all-you-can-fly membership club is now offering a pay-per-flight model, including an Indiegogo funding campaign
It hasn’t been a good year for Surf Air, but as the saying goes, sometimes you win just by showing up, and it seems the California-based pioneer of all-you-can-fly Netflix memberships is going to offer a new twist it is marketing launching Surf Air Express as it soldiers on.
The first five people who recommend five new members will be celebrating the Netflix style private air service membership with a year of free travel
If you want a year of flying for free on a fleet of Pilatus PC-12 single-engine turboprops in California and Texas, get five of your friends, co-workers or enemies to join Surf Air and you could be getting a full year of membership fees gratis.