Verijet continues to expand operations in the Caribbean


Verijet is continuing to expand its private jet and AI-powered air taxi service in the Caribbean. This follows the company’s expansion to the Bahamas last year.

The new destinations available are Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Turks and Caicos, the Cayman Islands and Providenciales.

Richard Kane, chairman and CEO, Verijet said the company has seen a successful adoption of its service on the US East Coast, with 52% repeat customers since just launching in 2020. “And we expect to see the same in the Caribbean market,” he added.

Verijet clients have access to smaller, local airports due to the compact size of the operator’s SF50 Vision Jets. Verijet said its AI-powered booking service optimises travel departure and convenience for travellers, as well as offering them the chance to lower their carbon footprint through offsetting initiatives.

“Sustainable travel has been a foundational goal for Verijet,” said Kane. “With our long partnership with 4AIR, we have further reduced the carbon footprint of air travel by purchasing carbon offset credits.

Meanwhile, read our profile of Verijet in the latest edition of Corporate Jet Investor Quarterly.



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