The world’s first ‘all you can fly’ airline is now accepting payments in ethereum

Recently, Surf Air announced that is accepting ether as payment.

According to Business Insider, Surf Air will accept ethereum payments for its monthly membership and to charter global flights, in a move the airline described as a “natural progression” from its Silicon Valley roots.

Simon Talling-Smith  (CEO of Surf Air Europe) stated:

Surf Air was built on the idea of disrupting and changing the way the world sources, purchases and accesses air travel so it only makes sense that we would be on the cutting edge of accepting new forms of payment such as bitcoin and ethereum.

This comes ahead of our inaugural flight from London City Airport that will transform the business travel experience for our European membership base.

Surf Air is a private jet service that launched its European service in June this year, expanding from its American base. It has over 70 flights daily in California and 30 flights daily across Texas, and passengers will soon be able to fly from London City to Zurich, Ibiza and Cannes. New routes are also planned from Zurich to Munich and Luxembourg.

The company has five membership options: Unlimited Global, which allows customers to travel to and from California, Texas and Europe and provides unlimited access to new routes for one year; Unlimited Europe, Unlimited United States and Unlimited California or Texas.

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Written by Brad Chillum

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