Cirrus Vision Jet operator Verijet is expanding its fleet and adding coverage to the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, and northern South America.
With the move, Verijet customers can now fly to a number of destinations across the region, including Puerto Rico, the Cayman Islands, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Turks & Caicos.
It is also adding service to Mexico, and Central America, including Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and Panama, plus Ecuador and Colombia.
In the next two weeks, it will take delivery of two more SF50s giving it 21 in its fleet.
Last year, the 2020 start-up ranked as the 30th largest private jet operator in the U.S. based on charter and fractional flight hours.
“We’ve seen tremendous adoption of our service on the east coast with 52% 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. With our long partnership with 4AIR, we have further reduced the carbon footprint of air travel by purchasing 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.”
Since launching in Florida, Verijet has added no-ferry fee service areas in Texas, the Northeast, and California.
It offers both an on-demand charter and an as-available jet card.
Last year the Vision Jet was the most delivered private jet, according to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association.