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Jet Time
Jet Time
Jet Time logo (2016).svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
JO JTG JET TIME
FoundedSeptember 2006
Operating bases
Fleet size10
Destinations53
HeadquartersKastrup, Denmark
Key peopleJørgen Holme, CEO[1]
Websitejet-time.dk
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Jet Time A/S is a Danish scheduled and charter airline with its head office in Kastrup, Tårnby Municipality,[2] and its main base at Copenhagen Airport.

Operations

Jet Time operates contract and ad hoc passenger and freight charters throughout Europe and short notice wet-lease charters for scheduled airlines (Air Greenland, Scandinavian Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, etc.) It also provides VIP charters for clients including VW, Mercedes-Benz, FC Copenhagen, Rosenborg BK and Malmö FF. The airline was founded by a group of Danish investors and operated its first flight on 19 September 2006.

In December 2016, it has been announced that Jet Time and Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) end their contract to operate eight ATR 72-600s in early 2017 as SAS wants to concentrate on larger aircraft.[3] Therefore, the relatively new ATRs have been phased out by Jet Time.

Destinations

 Austria

 Bulgaria

 Croatia

 Cyprus

 Denmark

 Egypt

 Finland

 France

 Greece

 Greenland

 Montenegro

 Norway

 Netherlands

 Portugal

 Spain

 Sweden

 Turkey

Fleet

As of August 2019, the Jet Time fleet consists of the following aircraft:[4][5]

Jet Time Fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
Boeing 737-700 6 148 1 operated by Jettime Finland OY (as of August 2019)[6]
Boeing 737-800 4 189
Total 10 --

References

  1. ^ Jet Time management Team Archived 12 February 2013 at Archive.today
  2. ^ "Contact Archived 23 April 2014 at Archive.today." Jet Time. Retrieved on 23 April 2014. "Jet Time A/S Skøjtevej 27-31 2770 Kastrup Denmark"
  3. ^ https://www.svd.se/jettime-skar-ned--sas-linjer-stangs
  4. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2019 (Part One)". Airliner World. October 2019: 13.
  5. ^ "Denmark's Jet Time adds maiden B737-800". ch-aviation.com. 20 November 2018.
  6. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2019 (Part One)". Airliner World. October 2019: 14.

External links

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