Twenty-six seconds. That’s how long it took for the very first RISE Anywhere Member sign-up to come through once we hit “send” on the launch email this past Monday. Celebration erupted throughout the office…until we realized it was our intern. Two minutes and 14 seconds. The first official RISE Anywhere member hits our database…followed by … Read More

Here’s to Aviation Innovation, Then and Now

This past Friday—recognized as National Aviation Day—many celebrated the 145th Birthday of Orville Wright. On December 17, 1903, with his brother Wilbur standing close by, Orville became the first man to harness the power of flight. That magical moment lasted only 12 seconds and was witnessed by very few. What may be most noteworthy about … Read More

What Rise Members Are Saying

“I love regaining three hours of extra productivity per trip and still getting home in time for dinner.” – Ryan Bellomy, of The Bellomy Group   “RISE has revolutionized the way I work. Instead of having to spend multiple days away from my family, I can get to whatever city I need to be in that … Read More

RISE Anywhere + College Football = Winning

On August 22, 2016, RISE will launch it’s latest product, RISE Anywhere, to the public. In case you missed it, the Dallas Morning News was the first to break the big secret we’ve been keeping for months. Starting August 22nd, RISE Anywhere members can join flights to college football games in Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Louisiana … Read More

Hello San Antonio!

RISE to begin scheduled service to/from San Antonio in September Get ready to RISE San Antonio! San Antonio has been on the RISE radar from the very beginning and we are excited to announce that we are preparing to launch regularly scheduled service between San Antonio and Dallas starting in mid-September. While the exact date … Read More

It’s Time to RISE

RISE was proud to be featured in the Wall Street Journal on June 16, 2016. It’s no secret that the airline industry is in need of a little disruption. The already agonizing process of going through security is now taking even more time, with some lines wrapping all the way back to the ticket counter. … Read More