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How One Startup Wants to Make Flying Less of a Chore

Data & Featured Lists Editor
3 min read

One might think that disrupting aviation would involve a breakthrough in faster aircrafts or high-tech airport security systems. But when Wade Eyerly founded Beacon, a Northeast-based all-you-can-fly subscription service, he was inspired instead by customer experience. In planning his startup, he took a close look at the tasks and stress passengers take on from the moment they start booking a flight. He designed Beacon to streamline that experience.

In this short video, Eyerly is taking a new approach to private aviation. Check out whether his thought-process could inspire your quest to launch a business.

Related: To Build a Subscription Startup, Streamline Your Service

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