Verijet Adds 3 Cirrus SF50 G2+ Vision Jets to Fleet

The G2+ jets can operate in weather and terrain conditions across the U.S., Verijet officials said.

Private air taxi Verijet has taken delivery of three Cirrus SF50 G2+ Vision Jets, the company announced.

Verijet recently took delivery of two of the aircraft in Knoxville, Tennessee, while the third “was delivered on a frigid day in late December at the Cirrus Aircraft facility in Duluth, Minnesota,” the company said. 

The latter location underscored the aircraft’s utility, according to one Verijet official.

“These G2+ machines are suitable for service in any geography or weather condition in the U.S., including high and hot performance during heat waves or winter weather conditions,” Verijet CEO Richard Kane said in a statement. “Cirrus would never deliver any SF50s out of Duluth in December if the SF50 couldn’t handle zero degrees.”

The upgraded Vision Jet G2+, unveiled in 2021, is capable of hot-and-high airport takeoffs and landings and includes Gogo’s Avance L3 in-flight wi-fi. 

“Verijet is proud to make the Vision Jet the exclusive fleet jet,” Don Dodson, Verijet’s VP of operations, said in a statement. “It’s like getting the new sports car you always wanted, only much better.”


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