Published on : Friday, November 24, 2017
In its official statement the company mentioned that its move from Luton comes after feedback from members and would make its experience ‘more convenient for its network of entrepreneurs and business travellers’.
Earlier during this month the CEO of Surf Air (Europe) said that the company would not check itself to only one London hub and would only offer services between the UK and short-haul European destinations.
Thereafter its London to Zurich route became a daily weekday service on 13th November.
Flights from Zurich to Luxembourg and also Munich are slated to commence in early 2018 as response to member demand and from the rising frustration among frequent travellers with the other commercial options presently available.
Apart from this Surf Air would also be introducing two new airplanes to its European fleet.
The company said that its Swiss-made Pilatus PS-12s would be based in Zurich. It used to fly members to Luxembourg from February 2018 and Munich from March 2018. The latest additions join the present fleet of Embraer Phenom 300s based at Surf Air at London City Airport.
Richard Hill who is the chief commercial officer at London City Airport feels that the Surf Air business models add a brand new offer to London City Airport’s time-poor corporate travellers to complement our extensive airline network.