BritishJET

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BritishJET
BritishJet Logo.jpg
IATA
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ICAO
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Callsign
FLYHELLO
Founded 2004
Ceased operations 2008
Fleet size 1
Destinations 11
Headquarters Malta
Key people Robbie Borg (Founder)
Website Britishjet.com

BritishJET was a trading name for the tour operator Malta Bargains Limited based in Malta. It operated inclusive tour charter flights from Malta International Airport.

The company held a United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Air Travel Organiser’s License (ATOL2077).[1]

History[edit]

The operation was established on 29 September 2004, when Malta Bargains Limited (previously Malta Sun Holidays) a travel agent specialising in Maltese holidays for British tourists, was licensed by the UK CAA as a tour operator. Services started with a flight between London Gatwick and Malta on 1 May 2005 and then to other UK airports.

Liquidation[edit]

In 2008 BritishJET ceased operations as their contract with Malta Bargains ended. Air Malta became Malta Bargains' carrier of passengers between the UK and Malta.

Destinations[edit]

BritishJET McDonnell Douglas MD-90-30 landing at London Gatwick Airport, England (2007)

BritishJET served the following destinations:

Fleet[edit]

The BritishJET fleet consisted of the following aircraft (at March 2007):[2]

The aircraft was leased from and operated on its behalf by the Swiss airline Hello. The MD-90 was configured with leather seats in five abreast (2+3) seating.

References[edit]

  1. ^ ATOL Licence Holders
  2. ^ "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 89. 

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