Introducing Surfair, the Uber of airlines
As a frequent flyer, you know the drill for cutting corners: Carry-on luggage only. TSA PreCheck or bust.
But no matter how much you like to game the process, you?re still flying on a public aircraft, usually from unlovely, snarling LAX.
Just book any of the 18-plus flights a day from your smartphone and arrive at the airport 15 minutes before takeoff. An airline concierge speeds you through security, then settles you into a six-passenger plane with a BMW-designed interior (love these leather seats).
Of course, all this convenience and comfort don?t come cheap: An all-you-can-fly monthly membership is $1,600, which sounds like a lot until you consider that a ticket between Los Angeles and San Francisco can cost upwards of $300--one way if you buy last-minute.
So if you?re a bird of passage, get ready to lean back, relax and forget all about LAX.