Low-cost airfare and extra conveniences like exclusive security lanes are all part of Teleport's monthly packages, posing to disrupt the air travel industry by catering to flyer's greatest needs and desires

Teleport, a new flight subscription service, is attempting to revolutionize the budget airline industry by offering flat-fee plane tickets between Los Angeles and San Francisco that won't fluctuate with seasonality or market price.

The company has sweetened the deal by promising extra perks like the use of exclusive security lanes at the airport, which speed up the air travel experience significantly—sometimes taking passengers from parking to takeoff within the span of a half hour. Ultimately, the service intends to mitigate the typical headaches that come along with flying.

Currently, Teleport subscribers can purchase one-way tickets up to a month in advance between L.A. and San Francisco, one of the most-traveled routes on the West Coast, for only $105. Members can share unused flights with family or friends, and the company also offers a business package that allows companies to control employee flights from one location, automates expenses and provides private boarding.

Teleport is designed primarily for frequent commuters and travelers, as it offers an economical way to make multiple trips for a reasonable and consistent price. However, if successful, it has the potential to expand to other cities and completely transform the low-cost air travel business, catering to consumer desires for lower fares and greater convenience.

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Teleport, a new flight subscription service, is attempting to revolutionize the budget airline industry by offering flat-fee plane tickets between Los Angeles and San Francisco that won't fluctuate with seasonality or market price.

The company has sweetened the deal by promising extra perks like the use of exclusive security lanes at the airport, which speed up the air travel experience significantly—sometimes taking passengers from parking to takeoff within the span of a half hour. Ultimately, the service intends to mitigate the typical headaches that come along with flying.