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The New York Times

The New York Times

All You Can Fly, for a Monthly Subscription

Ben Lamm, chief executive of Chaotic Moon Studios, a software design company, wanted a shorter commute between the company’s headquarters in Austin, Tex., and its new office in Dallas.“I never had a good day,” he said...

Yahoo! Finance

Yahoo! Finance

Celebrate Your Independence From Commercial Airlines

This Independence Day, frequent business travelers will celebrate their freedom from the hassle of flying commercially by taking to the skies with RISE. The Dallas-based technology company, which is celebrating its one-year anniversary...

The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal

The All-You-Can-Fly Experience

Sick of long airport waits and short airline legroom, but can’t afford or justify your own private jet? There are now alternatives in the middle. All-you-can-fly services offer scheduled short trips on private turboprop airplanes for a monthly fee...

Fast Company

Fast Company

Six Companies Changing the Way We Travel

Imagine wrapping up a visit to New York City by heading to a small airport on the city’s outskirts. There, you breeze through the single terminal and immediately board a 10-seat Falcon 2000 jet for a flight back home with a handful of other travelers...

The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

Tailgate in the sky? This Dallas startup wants to help...

Dallas aviation startup Rise, which sells a membership service for unlimited rides on private planes, was born out of what co-founder and CEO Nick Kennedy calls a "crisis of conscience."

Tech.co

Tech.co

The Uber of Air Travel Business Is Taking Off

Air travel has been infamously troublesome for more than a decade. Between security lines, flight cancellations, and uncomfortable chairs, there is no way to enjoy the traveling experience when you have to go to the airport...