Beacon, the all-you-can-fly membership program started by ex Surf Air founders, has chosen Dynamic Aviation as its operator partner.
Dynamic Aviation will be deliver 27 mid-sized executive aircraft to Beacon over the course of the next three years.
The $400 million agreement also includes a service contract to maintain and operate the aircraft for the next 10 years.
“With a 47-year history of successful operations for high-profile clientele including NASA and the U.S. Department of Defense, Dynamic Aviation stands out as a leading provider of aviation services throughout the world. Combining Dynamic Aviation’s operating experience with the unique service experience of the Beacon team, this partnership will truly allow Beacon members to enjoy a one-of-a-kind premium travel experience,” said Cory Cozzens, COO and co-founder of Beacon.
The company’s first route is due to launch in late summer between New York and Boston. Although the company flies from the main airport in Boston, the New York airport used is White Plains.
“Dynamic Aviation is pleased to join with Beacon, whose innovative vision and customer commitment has been apparent from the start,” said Michael Stoltzfus, Dynamic Aviation president and CEO. “Beacon’s attention to customer needs and expectations is the perfect complement to Dynamic Aviation’s longstanding record of safety and reliability. Together, we look forward to providing Beacon’s members with unparalleled customer service.”
Although the company has a $1,000 joining fee, the company says that it will waive this until the beginning of August. Beacon members then pay $2,000 a month. For that they get unlimited travel between the two cities, although they can only hold up to four reservations at the same time.