Richard Kane, Chairman and CEO Steve Clements, COO Steve Wagman, CFO Paula Baumgart, CTO Allison Kane, VP off marketing Ivan Popov, Chief Pilot Carlos Veliz, Safety Director Jason Bercan, Sales Director Peter Diamandis, Board Member Erik Lindbergh, Board Member David Treitel, Board Member Gene Valentino, Board Member
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Founded in 2020 and based in Miami, Florida, VeriJet offers full aircraft charters on the Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet. It launched its service in October 2020.
As of March 2021, VeriJet had six SF50s with plans to have 16 by the end of the year and 130 over the next several years.
VeriJet offers as available jet cards starting at $3,500 per hour, plus 7.5% FET.
Its initial primary service area offering one-way fixed pricing was 600 nautical miles from Orlando, Florida (MCO). In July 2021, it launched its service in California. Since that time, it added New York in 2022 and Texas in February 2023.
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Gulfstream bumped Bombardier as the most used large private jet in 2020 while holding onto the top spot in super long-range private jets, according to Argus TRAQPak
Textron Aviation’s Citation Excel/XLS, Mustang, and King Air 200 were the most flown aircraft in their respective categories
Gulfstream Aerospace had the most popular large cabin and super long-range private jets in 2020, according to just-released data from Argus TRAQPak.
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Very Light Jet operator GlobeAir says year-over-year flights in July were up 8.6% with net sales jumping 11.3%
GlobeAir is adding to the good news coming from Europe. Last week NetJets announced it was hiring back furloughed pilots at its subsidiary there. It also said it was reversing plans to ground some of its European fleet there it had designated for retirement.