Surf Air Launches Service Between Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area

By Jesse Sokolow on 12 June 2013
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Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge

Surf Air announced new daily service between Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay area.  Flights depart from Bob Hope Airport in Burbank and arrive at San Carlos Airport in San Mateo, just south of San Francisco.

The service operates using six-seat Pilatus PC-12 aircraft.  Surf Air’s aircraft are single-engine turboprop aircraft, and have a BMW-designed interior.

Surf Air offer flights between Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Santa Barbara.  Passengers become members of the carrier by paying a $500 one-time initiation fee, and have unlimited flights for $1650 a month.

Members also receive unlimited guest passes, invitations to exclusive member events, and access to Surf Air’s concierge.  The concierge receives passengers upon arrival to the airport, checks them in, assists with luggage, makes vehicle arrangements on either end, and helps with anything that is needed along the way.

Passengers need to arrive just 15 minutes before their flight departs, and parking is free.

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