Cirrus SF50 operator VeriJet has added the Bahamas as its first international destination for clients of its jet card and on-demand charter programs
VeriJet made a flight to the Bahamas earlier this week after receiving its FAA approval for international operations.
“We’ve seen tremendous adoption of our service on the east coast with 51% repeat customers since just launching in 2020, and we expect to see the same in the Caribbean market,” Chairman and CEO Richard Kane said.
He added, “Efficient and sustainable travel has been a foundational goal for VeriJet. In partnership with 4AIR, we can further reduce the carbon footprint of air travel through the purchase of carbon offset credits. VeriJet provides an answer for those wishing to reduce their carbon footprint, support sustainable aviation, and be able to enjoy holiday and business travel without guilt.”
The company’s SF50 Vision Jets gives access to smaller airports.
Using the charter operator’s AI-powered booking service, Verijet optimizes travel departure and arrival points.
As a result of the partnership with 4Air, Verijet was awarded a Bronze Rating signifying 100% carbon neutral operations.