App offering unlimited US flights for monthly fee

Passengers pay all baggage fees and optional costs

OneGo, the first booking app to offer unlimited US domestic flights for a flat monthly fee, has officially launched.

The basic idea is that passengers pay a monthly subscription in advance. OneGo hope to attract passengers by providing financial predictability.

OneGo allows its members to book US direct domestic flights on more than 500 routes, using major airline carriers starting at $1,500 a month.

Passengers are responsible for all baggage fees and optional service costs.

Requires a one-time account setup fee of $495. Reservations have to be made 7 days in advance. Changes are subject to a $100 fee and cancellations to a $200 fee, except if requested within 24 hours of the original booking.

Passengers can choose from three regional plans and one national plan with more than 700,000 seat options daily from major airlines that depart and land from 76 major airports.

At launch, only seats in the Economy Class section are included. Premium cabin seats may be available in the future.

Passengers can choose which carrier to fly with as long as there is a seat available within the designated class fare. OneGo currently offers seats on the following major US commercial carriers offering regional and cross country travel:

  • Alaska Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • Delta Airlines
  • JetBlue Airways
  • United Airlines
  • Virgin America

The monthly plan can be canceled at any time.

The company plans to launch a desktop platform in the first half of 2016.

OneGo Founder and CEO, Paulius Grigas:

“Booking air travel is incredibly overwhelming. When you search for flights today, you are presented with so many options that make finding the best flight very difficult. When you take price out of the equation, and replace it with a flat monthly fee, you gain the freedom to fly as much as you need for your business without having to consider anything other than your flight’s arrival and departure times.”

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