That is, if you live on the West Coast

By Erika Owen
June 26, 2015
American Airlines FF Program
Credit: Courtesy of American Airlines

If you find yourself taking four-to-five flights every month, this might pique your interest. OneGo offers frequent flyers an opportunity to hop on a plane as often as they want for a monthly subscription fee. As you can imagine, the price is a bit steep: $1,500 each month plus a one-time $750 registration charge. Depending on your traveling style, the perks might very well make it worth the NYC rent-sized cost: Priority Pass Prestige unlimited lounge access, a free checked bag on every flight, TSA Pre-Check Enrollment, and Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi membership, to name a few.

While the service does have an impressive line-up of carriers (American, Delta, United, and Virgin America), the service's network is going to have to grow a bit before becoming a go-to for cross-country business travelers and jet setters. Currently, OneGo is operating among 14 West Coast locations. Additional routes are expected to pop up soon, but for now this seems to be a resource for flyers living between Seattle and Tucson. For more information, head to the OneGo website.

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.