On the eve of expanding its flight routes from Burbank Bob Hope Airport to Las Vegas and Truckee, membership based, all-you-can-fly airline, Surf Air announced that Wade Eyerly was stepping down as the company’s CEO.
Former CEO of Exclusive Resorts, the world’s largest luxury membership vacation club, Jeff Potter will take the yoke as Surf Air’s new CEO. Potter also formerly served as CEO for Frontier Airline.
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a recent email to its members, Surf Air wrote:
“Wade Eyerly created a vision that, along with his leadership and passion, has evolved into the innovative company that now serves over 430 members. We want to personally thank Wade for his tireless efforts to bring us to this point. With a solid foundation now created, as is the case with many companies during the early chapters of their inception and growth, the time has come for us to take the next step in the evolution of Surf Air. We are pleased to announce that along with upcoming funding, there are some key management additions with deep experience that will drive the next stage of our development.
To help lead
this transition, Sudhin Shahani is taking the role of Executive Chairman. Sudhin will initially be focused on the investor and funding aspects of the company but he will also play an integral role in the long-term strategic direction of Surf Air.
In addition, we are pleased to announce that Jeff Potter has become our CEO. Jeff’s experience both in the membership club sector as well as the aviation sector fits the characteristics we need to scale Surf Air profitably and continue to improve the member experience.”
Former Vice President of Flight Operations for Frontier Airlines, Jim Sullivan will also be joining Surf Air as its Senior Vice President of Operations.
Surf Air presently has 435 members who pay a monthly fee of $1350.00 (plus a one time $500.00 initiation fee). Other Surf Air flight routes include San Carlos in the San Francisco Bay area, Santa Barbara, and Hawthorne in the Los Angeles area. There are currently 18 daily flights utilizing a small fleet of six passenger Pilatus PC-12 executive aircrafts.
Designed to attract frequent flyers wanting to save time and money as well as avoiding the hassle of flying on commercial airlines, Surf Air’s planes are just feet away from the terminal. Security hassles or TSA checkpoints are avoided since flights originate from smaller airports and there is quick booking and checking in with the assistance of a concierge.