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That’s the idea behind PlaneRed, an airline startup hoping to get off the ground this fall.

PlaneRed will be selling “all-you-can-fly” subscriptions starting at $150/month. That figure is reserved for the first 500 people who signed up through their website, so no telling what the next price point tiers will be.

The second novel thing about the venture is that it aims to completely circumvent the TSA. Apparently, TSA security procedures only apply to crafts carrying 10 or more passengers. So PlaneRed planes will be decked out with…9 seats.

Initial planned routes will connect NYC, Atlantic City, Philadelphia, and DC.

So, let’s vote:

Would you pay a monthly subscription fee for unlimited air travel?

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Hal Amen

Hal Amen is a managing editor at Matador. His personal travel blog is WayWorded.

  • http://mermaidchronicles.com/ Lauren McCabe

    This is amazing, any traveler’s dreams! But I have to ponder the impact on the environment. Shouldn’t we be building high speed rail across the nation instead of jetting around in carbon-consuming jets? Any thoughts on this?

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