LOS ANGELES, June 13, 2024—Surf Air Mobility Inc. (NYSE: SRFM), a leading regional air mobility platform, announced today the appointment of Jim Sullivan as the new President of Air Mobility, effective July 15th. Sullivan, an experienced airline executive and former airline captain, brings a wealth of expertise to his new role, promising a significant impact on the company’s future.

Jim Sullivan has an impressive track record in the airline industry. Most recently, he served as Interim CEO and COO of Lynx Air, a Canadian commercial airline. His extensive experience also includes roles such as Vice President of Flight Operations at both JetBlue Airways and Frontier Airlines and COO of Great Lakes Airlines. With two decades of executive experience and a background as a pilot for Frontier Airlines, Sullivan is well-equipped for his new role. Notably, he served as SVP of Surf Air Operations from 2014 to 2017, giving him a deep understanding of the company’s operations.

In his new capacity as President of Air Mobility, Sullivan will oversee the comprehensive air operations and commercial strategy of Surf Air Mobility’s brands, including Surf Air, Southern Airways, and Mokulele Airlines. His responsibilities will encompass safety, compliance, dispatch, reliability, crew management and training, network planning, and aircraft maintenance. Sullivan’s role is critical as Surf Air Mobility aims to enhance its service offerings and maintain its position as a leader in regional air travel.

“Surf Air Mobility owns and operates the largest commuter airline in the U.S., serving communities with regional travel across the country,” said Sullivan. “I’m looking forward to leading Surf Air’s growth and profitability with safe and seamless flying experiences.”

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Deanna White, the Interim CEO and COO of Surf Air Mobility, beamed with assurance over Sullivan’s new gig, saying, “Jim brings with him his decades of experience across operational functions in aviation, as both a pilot and a C-suite executive, giving him the unique ability to lead our air mobility team, upholding the highest standards of safety, reliability, and passenger experience.”

Based in Los Angeles, Surf Air Mobility is on a mission to metamorphose regional air jaunts via electrification. The grand plan is to trim down the cost and environmental footprint of flying by whipping up powertrain tech with its commercial pals. This tech is meant to electrify current fleets and roll out electrified aircraft en masse. The Surf Air Mobility brain trust boasts oodles of smarts in aviation, electrification, and consumer tech, cementing the company at the vanguard of the air mobility upheaval.

Alongside Sullivan’s appointment, Surf Air Mobility keeps its gaze fixed on its strategic targets, like cooking up sustainable aviation fixes. The company’s pledge to innovation and top-notch regional air travel shines through in its relentless quest to boost passenger bliss and operational savvy.

Forward-Looking Statements

This news carries forward-looking tidbits within the scope of The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including chatter about Surf Air Mobility’s knack for foreseeing the air mobility market’s future whims. These musings are rooted in the beliefs of Surf Air Mobility’s top brass, cooked up by their assumptions and the info currently on their radar. They echo Surf Air Mobility’s present takes on future happenings and are subject to a jumble of risks and uncertainties that might lead actual outcomes or events to diverge wildly from those hinted at or spelled out. These hazards encompass, but aren’t limited to, the hiccup in predicting product demand accurately, pulling off business aims and growth game plans, nabbing extra funds, and shifting laws or rules. Detailed skinny on these perils and other factors is nestled in Surf Air Mobility’s periodic missives filed with the SEC, viewable at www.sec.gov. Surf Air Mobility holds no duty to tweak its forward-looking tidbits unless the law says so.

Surf Air Mobility’s future-gazing approach and Sullivan’s helm are primed to propel the company’s forthcoming triumphs, solidifying its standing as a trailblazer in regional air mobility.