About Texas Air Shuttle
Texas Air Shuttle is an all-you-can-fly air travel membership. Created for the business community, the company provides a safe, reliable, five-star, VIP travel service for executives, business owners and super commuters, providing individuals and corporations valuable time for productivity in their day.
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Latest Texas Air Shuttle News
Aug 17, 2016
Courtesy of Texas Air Shuttle Texas Air Shuttle recently launched in the Austin area, providing service from the capital city to other corners of the Lone Star State. The Conroe-based company began service at Austin Executive Airport, which is actually in Pflugerville off the Texas 130 toll road, on Aug. 11, it said on its website . Announced several months ago , the all-you-can-fly plans allow members to pay a monthly fee and fly as much as they want to the Houston, San Antonio and Dallas areas. Single membership prices start at $1,895. Courtesy of Texas Air Shuttle From Austin, Texas Air Shuttle reaches Stinson Municipal Airport, 7 miles south of downtown San Antonio; McKinney National Airport, 30 minutes north of downtown Dallas; and Conroe/North Houston Regional Airport. Texas Air Shuttle owns, operates and maintains a fleet of Beechcraft King Air 200 aircraft. Each flight will have two pilots for additional safety. Jack Witthaus produces digital content for the Houston Business Journal's website and social media accounts. Follow him on Twitter. Related Content
Texas Air Shuttle Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Texas Air Shuttle's headquarters?
Texas Air Shuttle's headquarters is located at 10013 Military Drive, Conroe.
What is Texas Air Shuttle's latest funding round?
Texas Air Shuttle's latest funding round is Debt.
How much did Texas Air Shuttle raise?
Texas Air Shuttle raised a total of $1.8M.
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