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SparkJet Virtual Open for Business!


FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida
– SparkJet Virtual is now accepting application for Crew Members that meet the minimum qualifications. “It is a great day for SparkJet Virtual and the customers in all of the different cities we serve” said CEO Zeke Elias prior to boarding SPK151 from Albuquerque, NM to Fort Lauderdale, FL operated by a Boeing 737-800. SparkJet has many expansion plans and hopes to become the most realistic and recognized virtual airline in the industry through it’s state-of-the-art dispatch center, simulated financials and prior knowledge of the industry. SparkJet is currently also working on VATSIM Certification and becoming an Authorized Training Organization and should have the program available for it’s crew members in a matter of weeks.

If you’re interested in learning more about SparkJet and becoming a crew member go here and click on Careers, your SparkJet future awaits you!

Media Contact:
505-623-5654
media@spark-jet.com

About SparkJet:
SparkJet Virtual Airline (ICAO: SPK, IATA: SK, Call-Sign: Spark) operates as an FAA part 121 scheduled air carrier serving leisure and business destinations out of our Fort Lauderdale International Airport (ICAO: KFLL) and Albuquerque International Airport (ICAO: KABQ) hubs along with on-demand charter services throughout the globe. SparkJet currently operates a fleet of 35 aircraft consisting of BAe Jetstream 41, Aerospatiale ATR72-500, Boeing 737-700, Boeing 737-800, Boeing 767-300ER, Airbus A320 and Airbus A330-200. SparkJet conducts its flying solely on the VATSIM network and uses a state of the art automated PIREP system, real-world finance reporting, flight operation center and dispatch services. SparkJet Virtual Airline trades in the vNYSE as SPKV and reports all financial activity on its website. SparkJet is managed by individuals with real world experience in the aviation industry and community.

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