Private, all-you-can-fly airline to begin McCarran flights in March

Surf Air, which describes itself as a private-membership, all-you-can-fly airline, will begin flights to and from McCarran International Airport next month.

The Santa Monica, Calif-based airline will fly on weekends beginning March 21 to Las Vegas from Hawthorne and Burbank airports in Southern California.

The airline charges a one-time $500 membersip fee and $1,350 a month for unlimited flights between several California cities. Surf flies a single-engine, six-passenger Pilatus PC-12 aircraft with executive interiors and leather seating.

Also on Surf’s route map are San Carlos, near San Francisco, with plans to expand to Palm Springs, San Diego, Sacramento, Napa and Truckee, near Lake Tahoe.


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