This month the private aviation services inflight magazine, 1927, features Surf Loch in “Building The New Wave” in this exclusive seatback magazine.
The view from an airplane gives one perspective doesn’t it? The vastness of our planet, the closeness of space, our continents. Twinkling cities at night evidence humanity, huge swaths of forest and ocean evidence nature, and the vast sky above evidences the mystery of the universe.
If you’ve flown a commercial jet, you’ve seen the view. That’s how high up you were – 35,000 feet. However, we “commercial” passengers are ferried about at another’s whim. The view is glimpsed, briefly, subject to weather and flight patterns. It is a “rented” view in a way.
What would it be like to say “Pilot bank left a little please? I want a better look at that mountain.” What would it be like to be Master & Commander of that 35,000 foot view? To enjoy it at your leisure?
You know, because it’s YOUR PLANE.
Would it change your perspective on life? Your mindset? Your heart? Is it humbling or aggrandizing? Isolating or connecting? Who are these people anyway? What are they like? And of course – DO THEY SURF??? Well this month we discovered, yes, yes they do.
Surf Loch at 35,000 Feet.
Take a peek into the world of private aviation services in the “1927” magazine catering exclusively to private jet and helo owners.
Forget your typical inflight magazine: dog eared, crumpled and stuffed into the seatback pocket. 1927 is worthy of coffee tables in the rarest high rises.What are private jet owners interested in anyway? What do they like to read while travelling from Geneva to New York? This is the 1% of the 1%. Who are these people? Take a look.
This month 1927 features an extensive article on the future of artificial wave technology. Our CEO, Tom Lochtefeld, drive the discussion.
Unfold the future, here, on page 86. http://www.ink-live.com/emagazines/1927/2448/spring-2016/files/mobile/index.html#1