Vision Jet

Can I bring my golf clubs?


How many people does the Cirrus Vision Jet seat?

VeriJet offers all-inclusive, point-to-point pricing for one way or roundtrip.

Can I bring skis?


Can I bring fishing & scuba gear?


Can I bring a bike?

Yes, if it is foldable or fits in the cabin.

Does the plane have Wi-Fi?

Not at this time.

How many bags can I bring?

A Vision Jet can carry 4-5 carry on size (22”, 24”) bags. We recommend soft sided bags.


How does pricing work?

VeriJet offers all-inclusive, point-to-point pricing for one way or roundtrip.


How many pilots are needed for a Vision Jet?

Only one! We are FAA approved to fly single pilot thanks to the advanced safety features of our aircraft like Garmin Autoland and automation that reduces a pilot’s workload.

Can we add a second pilot and what is the cost?

We can, based on availability. An additional pilot is $875 per leg. But not really needed. Verijet is approved by the FAA for single pilot flight. Advanced avionics and safety features make this possible and ultimately safe.


What is the best way to book a flight?

There are two ways:

  • Go to You can request a quote or chat online with Customer Support.
  • Or call our friendly agents in Customer Support directly at (833) 728-0836.


Can I bring my pets?

Yes, all well behaved pets are welcome. We do require cats to be transported in carrier.

Do dogs need service animal credentials to travel with Verijet?

No, they do not. However, they must be on a leash or in harness and well behaved. If you have any doubts, we suggest use of a kennel that you can take onboard.

What makes flying Verijet so much better than the big scheduled airlines?

  • Ultra-convenient. Ability to fly in and out of smaller airports closer to you mean less hassle getting in and out of airports and no crowds.
  • Faster overall travel time. Trips that may have required a day of travel out, an overnight stay, and a day of travel back, can now be completed in a single day! Leave in the morning and get back in time for dinner with the family! Travel at 250 mph average instead of 75 mph or less.
  • No crowds mean less exposure during viral outbreaks. Superior cleaning and disinfection routines between every flight ensures low exposure.
  • Fly on your schedule – on demand! We don’t have fixed, inconvenient schedules!
  • A spacious cabin with unexpected head and shoulder room.
    • Luxurious comfortable seating and lots of spacing. No fighting for an armrest or elbows in the side!
    • Panoramic windows for a breath-taking flying experience.
    • Entertainment system and center console for a modern workspace. But, why watch a video or work when the trip is short and the views are spectacular?


Where does Verijet fly today?

Currently, we cover the Southeast and West of the United States. We will soon be expanding into the Northeast. We also expect to get certification to fly in and out of the Bahamas soon.

Can we operate in or out of the private airport closest to my home or office?

Yes, we can operate in or out of almost any airport that is paved and has a runway at least 3,500 feet in length. Vision Jets can operate in or out of more airports than any other private jet aircraft available today.


What makes Verijet safer to fly than other airlines?

There are three main reasons:

  • Our pilots are all highly experienced FAA certified jet pilots. Most have an FAA Air Transport Pilot license.
  • Our pilots receive intensive training for the Vision Jet SF50 and get type certified for the aircraft before they can fly for Verijet.
  • The Vision Jet is one of the most advanced and safest jets in the industry due to the following features:
    • Manufactured by Cirrus Aircraft – winner of Collier Trophy and Flying Innovation Award.
    • Award winning Garmin Safe Return™ Emergency Autoland can land the aircraft if a pilot becomes disabled.
    • Highly advanced avionics system that helps produce one of the safest and smoothest rides you can get in a small jet aircraft.
    • Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS) provides the ultimate level of safety and assurance to ensure a soft landing even if the aircraft should become disabled in flight.

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