There’s a new way to get to Martha’s Vineyard, and it isn’t by car, bus, or train. It’s in someone else’s plane.
Two flying enthusiasts, both students at Northeastern University, recently launched Flytenow, a service that matches pilots with people wanting to fly small. Matt Voska and Alan Guichard hope to help pilots share the cost of flying, while opening up the single-engine experience to newbies.
To give an example, the site currently has a listing for a flight from Hanscom Field airport to Cape Cod. Getting there and back will cost you $120.