VirgoPR, a New York PR agency that creates campaigns that delight audiences and attract their attention, has been appointed Public Relations Agency of Record for VeriJet. The private jet travel company is focused on effective door-to-door speed, reducing carbon, reducing noise footprint and opening private aviation to more people.
The company’s goal is to unlock the fourth wave of high-speed travel. VeriJet will introduce disruptive personal mobility to ensure the safety of all travelers. During the past several months, COVID-19 has significantly increased the demand of its services.
Their fleet of jets will be transforming short-haul private travel easily and safely, allowing travelers to reach more regional airports. Services become available as many Americans move out of major cities on the heels of the pandemic.
The campaign will focus on news like an expanding fleet, app updates, further regional services, thought leadership for the aviation industry and the future of travel. VirgoPR will also be refining messaging and positioning around how VeriJet fits into the travel industry.
The company uses the Cirrus Vision SF50 planes, a single-engine very light jet designed and produced by Cirrus Aircraft of Duluth, Minnesota, United States. After receiving deposits starting in 2006, Cirrus unveiled an aircraft mock-up on 28 June 2007 and a prototype on 26 June 2008. It made its maiden flight on 3 July 2008.
“Our team believes in their mission of transforming short-haul private travel with efficient point-to-point jet charter services coming out of the pandemic,” said Mike Paffmann, Virgo PR CEO. “It’s an evolving space right now and we’re all excited to be working with VeriJet and their team of industry leaders.”
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