Surf Air Expands, Adding Routes in Europe

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Surf Air, the airline membership company, announced the launch of European flights.The new routes include multiple flights between UK’s London Luton Airport, Cannes, Geneva and Zurich. These flights will be available on a daily basis, starting in October. Guests will also be able to take weekend flights to Ibiza. Destinations like Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam and Barcelona will be added in 2017.

Surf Air charges a monthly fee of £2500, which allows members to fly an unlimited amount of times between destinations. Friends and families can purchase guest passes for £750 one-way. Booking is available online or through the app.

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“The whole aim of Surf Air is to combine simplicity and convenience, giving business and leisure travelers across Europe a fresh, new way to fly that saves valuable time,” said Simon Talling-Smith,” CEO of Surf Air in Europe.

Surf Air launched in California in 2013, the brand now has 3,000 members. There are 90 daily flights to 13 destinations in and around California. 

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