Most people know flying on a commercial airline can be an annoying and frustrating experience. Seats are smaller, food and snacks are scarce, and arrival times are works of fiction. It almost feels like the major airlines want to charge you extra if you sneeze on board.
But there’s a new kind of airline in service, and it’s called Surf Air. Surf Air is not just an airline, it’s a travel club. It’s a travel club with unlimited monthly flights. Surf Air calls itself “the hassle-free airline,” because members fly on private executive-style planes and enjoy all the perks that the airline industry can’t afford to give customers anymore.
Surf Air fly’s members travel across the U.S., and the company has service to Europe. When you join one of Surf Air’s membership plans, you travel without going through the dog and pony show that disrupts and challenges business fliers when they get to the airport. Plus, on Surf Air you can book a flight and get confirmation fifteen minutes before the scheduled departure if you have a change of plans, or new plans force you to get on a plane quickly.
Surf Air is celebrating five years in business, and the company just announced a partnership with Private Suite LAX. Premium Surf Air members will receive a free membership to The Private Suite LAX. A membership means no more waiting in long security lines. Private Suite LAX has private security screening, and the company even drives members directly to their aircraft when the flight is ready to board. Plus, members can enjoy Private Suite’s lounge. The lounge has a food service pantry, clean bathrooms, and two-person daybeds.
A regular membership to Private Suite LAX could cost more than $4,500. Surf Air is giving its members this useful gift to say “thank you” on their fifth anniversary.
Whitney Wolfe is one of the pioneers of the famous Tinder App. She joined Tinder at the age of 22 and was made the vice president of the marketing department. Her duties included popularizing the app among college campuses with the aim of eventually creating an active user base. Besides, she influenced the name and the logo of the company while still in office before she quit and moved to Austin, Texas.
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According to Whitney Wolfe, the environment on dating apps was too aggressive and thus when Andrey Andreev of Badoo contacted him with a deal of starting Bumble, she did not turn it down. The app began operations in 2014, and by the end of 2015, it had made close to 80 million matches and had 15 million active conversations. Under her guidance, Bumble launched a BFF and Bizz feature that would enable women to make female friends online and establish hustle related networks respectively.
Following the CEOs decision to suppress any gun images in the app, the Bumble staff has faced so many threats and cyber attacks. Speaking to the chief content officer at the Hearst Magazines, Joanna Coles, Whitney Wolfe said that she was getting emails from people threatening her saying they knew where her offices were and they would come for her. With these kinds of danger remarks and having her staff harassed, she called out for the help of security team that watched over the offices in Austin for a couple of weeks while she moved around with a bodyguard.
The Southern Methodist University graduate said that despite the backlash from bumble users, it was the right thing to do because guns were against the company’s values. Her decision was fueled by the shootings at a high school in Parkland and the fact that most people who lost their lives to household violence were because of guns.
Besides being the Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe got married to Michael Herd in a beautiful ceremony in Italy last year 2017. A year later, the Utah native was listed among the top 30 under 30 most influential personalities in Tech. She is gracefully scaling the heights of success.
Jennifer Lee Walden is a well-known celebrity plastic surgeon based in America. Dr. Walden is the founder of plastic surgery center known by the name of Jennifer L. Walden Plastic Surgery Centre. The surgical center is where private surgery practice is performed. She also owns another such surgical center in Austin, Texas known by the name of ambulatory surgery center. Dr. Walden is known to be one of the best plastic surgeons and cosmetic surgeons in America and even is globally renowned for her procedures. Jennifer Walden is one of the head doctors to have used laser machines while performing certain surgical procedures. She is also an expert for performing labiaplasties and also vaginoplasties. Her expertise in the field has led her to the top to be featured in the Harper’s Bazaar’s 24 top rated Surgeons in the industry.
Dr. Jennifer Walden is an extremely skilled and talented Plastic surgeon of this generation. She is known to be a spokesman for many high profile medical aesthetic companies such as Sciton Inc. Thermi Aesthetics, Cynosure and Lumenis and many such companies. Jennifer Walden contributes monetary support and her skilled expertise to many foundations both educational and charitable. She is a sponsor to many elementary schools and loves to help the organizations to develop education procedures for the future generation and also supply funds for the teachers. Dr. Walden serves as a leader of the plastic surgical and aesthetician industry. She has spoken on various platforms for providing lectures concerning surgical procedures and educates people about those procedures. She is engaged with several philanthropic associations too. She was honored as Women of the Year by Leukemia Society of Austin.
She began her career at an early age and got a job in the Manhattan Eye, Throat and Eye Hospital. She performed her practice under the mentorship of Dr. Sherrell Aston. Dr. Jennifer Walden is a member of the Board of Directors of Modern Aesthetics and the Practicing Plastic Surgery Editorial.
Robert Ivy is a professional and an architect who is the CEO and EVP of the American Institute of Architects. Just recently, he received the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement award which was given by the Mississipi Institute of Arts and Letters.
Mr. Ivy has helped expand AIA’s influence in the architectural scene. Being a professional from Mississipi, he also understood the needs of the community and he participated in supervision of projects that help uplift the development of the area, as well as mentoring other architects by honing their innate skills.
Only a handful of people have been given the honor to receive the award. Apparently, it is only awarded to Mississipi artists and their proponents who helped contribute to improvement in the status of art in the state. Former recipients include the late artist Walter Anderson, singer Leontyne Prince, writer Eudora Welty, writer Shelby Foote, as well as actor Morgan Freeman.
AIA was delighted that Robert Ivy has received the award. He commented that Mr. Ivy has dedicated his cause to the developing of the architectural scene in Mississipi. He believes that Mr. Ivy, who fulfills many roles such as a practicing architect, writer, and editor is a great example in the architectural profession. The Noel Polk is a symbol of professional as well as a personal accomplishment for Robert Ivy as a citizen born in Mississipi. Mr. Carl Elefante, the president of AIA, congratulated Robert Ivy for his award.
Some of Robert Ivy’s other awards prior to the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement include being a Master Architect recognized by the Alpha Ro Chi fraternity. Other recipients of this position included Mies van der Rohe, I.M. Pei, and Buckminster Fuller. Mr. Ivy also received a 2017 Dean’s Medal from the University of Arkansas. The medal was awarded in the University at the Fay Jones School of Architecture.
Robert Ivy will be given the Lifetime Achievement Award, as well as a stained-glass art by designer Andrew Cary Young in Pearl River Glass Studio. The award will be presented on June 2 at the Mississipi Institute of Arts and Letters.