- Includes flights within Arizona, Nevada, and the Pacific Coast states
- 35 routes
- $1,500 per month
- Includes flights to all states between Idaho and Minnesota, and south to Texas
- 35 routes
- $1,950 per month
- Includes flights from the Eastern seaboard west to Iowa, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Missouri
- 158 routes
- $2,300 per month
Check out the specific regional plan maps here.
Or, if you consider yourself a George Clooney-Up-in-the-Air-type traveler who flies everywhere, OneGo also offers a separate nationwide package with 500+ routes for $2,950 per month.
What if I need a last-minute flight, or have to change a reservation?
Like the airlines, OneGo also offers premium add-ons; current options include unlimited changes for $950 and last-minute bookings for $1,950 -- both paid annually, not monthly. In the future, it will offer premiums for baggage fees and up to eight simultaneous reservations.
So, how are these guys making any money?
OneGo is banking on a couple of things to make this business model work: first, like the aforementioned buffet, these guys are wagering that most people won't eat all the damn steak/fly more than the value of their membership. Second, they’re hoping to ultimately grow enough to capitalize on economies of scale, and negotiate deep discounts from airlines that fliers couldn’t get themselves.