Surf Air can get you hooked on the jet-set lifestyle

Posted on July 12, 2018

Many people would like to convince themselves that the rich, famous and powerful don’t really have it that much better. After all, how much different could it really be driving an overpriced luxury car that does the same things as a Hyundai and about as well? How much happier could flying in a nicer looking and more expansive jet cabin make you than being consigned to coach class on a Delta MD-80? It turns out that, as any private jet owner will quickly tell you, the answer to this latter question is “a lot”.

Surf Air gives you the most precious commodity of all

Although the cabin of a Gulfstream 550 is the Palace of Versailles to coach-class’ mud hut, the luxury, culinary delights and service you get from private air travel, while nice, are not the main selling point. The real benefit to private air travel is the absolutely massive time savings and productive travel environment that can spell the difference between 24 hours of getting absolutely nothing done and 2 hours of hugely productive travel time.

Surf Air is the first airline to deliver these enormous benefits of true private air travel to a far wider audience. To see exactly how much of a difference private air travel can make, take the example of a trip from LAX to Telluride, Colorado. When flying commercially, you’ll spend as much as four hours at the airport, finagling with parking, standing in the ticket line, checking baggage and dealing with the TSA bureaucratic nightmare before you even board your flight. When you get to Pueblo, Colorado, you’ll spend another hour dealing with baggage and getting a rental car. Then, you’ll be forced to drive over 5 hours across some of the most treacherous roads in America.

With Surf Air, on the other hand, you’ll be shuttled from your front door to the tarmac. Your flight will be in the air as little as 15 minutes after you’re picked up from your home. You’ll land in Telluride and be on the ski slopes less than three hours after walking out your front door.

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Andy Wirth New Chairman of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board

Posted on July 23, 2015

As reported on Sierra Sun, on July 9, 2015 the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board saw three new board members and one new chairman, no other than the CEO of Squaw Valley Ski resort and Alpine Meadows Andy Wirth, appointed to their new positions. While Wirth has serving numerous Board positions during his career, Jenifer Rose, Lisa Gianoli and Jessica Sferrazza are fist time board members. He will be watching over and guiding over nine board members in total. 

Andy Wirth has been working as a Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board member since he was appointed in 2013. The new chairman has extensive experience when it comes to airline travel, having worked with numerous airlines to increase the amount of flights to skiing resorts in Canada, Utah, and Colorado while also training for his current position. He is already good friends with Jenifer Rose, Lisa Gianoli and Jessica Sferrazza and states that they are all experienced in their field and hard workers. He believes that bringing in new people while keeping a few season veterans is a wise move. New people bring a certain flare and creativity that can be lost after years working the same job. 

Jenifer Rose is the CEO of her own business, It’s My Community Store. The company deals with managing office supplies for business to business interactions. A lot of her company’s revenue is donated to local charities. Rose is also hosts a television show, Plush Life. that discusses regional events and trends. She was appointed board member by the city of Reno.

Lisa Gianoli owns her own firm that focuses on government relations. It handles a wide range of government issues including legislation. Gianoli has been a budget manager and financial analyst for Washoe County for over ten years. She was appointed board member by Washoe County.

Jessica Sferrazza was also appointed board member by the city of Reno around the same time as Rose. She is the founder of a consulting business called JESSCONVLLC. Between 2000 to 2012 she was a member of the Reno City Council. Sferrazza was also a previous Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority and City Council liaison. 

Wirth has already accomplished so much during his time as a Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board member. He has been a liaison between the Reno-Sparks region and Lake Tahoe, representing his company as an unofficial ambassador. Wirth understands that prospering air travel also means a prospering gaming, business, and ski industry, especially in such a regional economy.

Your Finest Wine

Posted on February 24, 2015

Stephen Williams started The Antique Wine Company in 1982 and is the CEO. Located at 53 Queen Anne Street, London, England. The company has over 20,000 clients in 70 countries. They offer a wide selection including a Vintage Gift Box.Whether you are looking for a special gift or have a special occasion, their company is known both for their wine collections 10,000 and their wine events.They offer the finest wines and you can order directly from their website. Stephen Williams taste in wines is exquisite. His collections range from chardonnays to rare wines.

Stephen Williams recently took a trip to Asia November 27th. He has also hosted a casino themed wine tasting event. Some of the specialties include wine investment such as Bordeaux, Burgundy, Whisky, and spirits. Much of which is highly sought after. The Antique wine company provides sspirits to individuals, hotels, and restaurants.Headquartered in Marylebone, they have a passion for antique, luxury adult beverage. Whether you are a person searching for a rare wine, or a hotel or organization wanting to provide a wine tasting event, look to The Antique Wine Company for your needs. They do have a website and a variety to choose from. For gift giving maybe a 1924 Vintage. This company’s spirits are in demand.Known for luxury and fine taste, their rare finds are exquisite.

They have over 10,000 wine ccollections and over 20,000 clients and not just in one county, but in over 70 countries. Stephen Williams the company’s CEO has a passion for antique and vintage spirits. His tastes for rare wines are the best in the industry. His wine investment is one of a kind.

In conclusion, if you enjoy or have a passion for luxury, antique, and vintage spirits then The Antique Wine Company is for you.

Travel Destinations Where You Had Better Not Get Sick or Injured

Posted on February 18, 2015


When planning vacations around the world, Gianfrancesco Genoso always takes many factors into account. They definitely want unusual places to see that are as far removed from what they can see at home as possible. This enables them to be exposed to different cultures and people, and this should give them memories they will cherish for a lifetime. Related to the issue of having a lifetime to cherish those memories, however, there is one more consideration they should look at: The availability of healthcare in a given travel destination. No one wants to think about it when planning what they expect to be a fun time, but accidents can happen. If you are in some remote region of a poor country when one happens, this can turn what might have been an unfortunate, but quickly treatable injury, into a harrowing fight for survival. An organization has come out with a color coded map of the world in which it lays out those places where you will only have a low to medium risk if you get sick or injured and those where you definitely do not want to be if something bad happens to you.

Not surprisingly, the poorest parts of the world tend to be those that are the riskiest to travel to from a health care availability standpoint. Most countries in Africa and some in Asia are anywhere from high to extreme risk locations. These tend to be destinations for the more adventurous among us. They may want to consider, however, that it may end up being even more of an adventure than they planned.