Airly to remove the hideousness of flying
May 5th, 2016
Many decades ago in the ‘Silver Wing’ era flying was a privilege only experienced by the elite. Pilots were gods and celebrity chefs were cooking in first class. Fast forward to 2016, flying is becoming a chore that is far from desirable for anyone electing to commute between Australia’s major business hubs. The prestige service has disappeared and airlines continue to find new ways to squeeze more seats onto planes and charge fees for the smallest of requests tarnishing the experience of the business class traveller or Platinum frequent flyer.
The Herald Sun recently spoke with two super commuters who travel frequently between Melbourne and Sydney. Andrew Henderson, Co founder of Pencil & Pixel described how he minimises the “hideousness of the flight”. We think we have the solution.
Airly is Australia’s first all-you-can-fly subscription-based membership. Members pay a simple monthly fee and receive unlimited access to our scheduled private planes that fly out of smaller executive airports. For super commuters like Mr Henderson, you simply park out the front of the lounge for free and you’re only steps away from your awaiting chariot. From the bespoke concierge service attending to your every need, seamless technology experience and unique networking environment Airly can save members between 1 – 2 hours per round trip. Time better spent doing what you love.
Airly will launch flights in the 3rd quarter of 2016 between Essendon/Melbourne and Bankstown/Sydney before expanding to Canberra, Archerfield/Brisbane and Adelaide. Memberships start at $2,550 / mo for an individual and $3,550/mo for a team of two. To learn more email us at [email protected] or call 1800 FLY AIRLY.