JeTran Air

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JeTran Air
JeTran Air logo.jpg
IATA
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ICAO
MDJ
Callsign
JETRAN AIR
Founded 2005
Ceased operations 2012 (merged with Medallion Air)
Hubs Henri Coandă International Airport
Secondary hubs Oradea International Airport
Fleet size 0
Destinations 0
Headquarters Bucharest, Romania
Website http://www.jetranair.com/

SC Jetran Air SRL was an charter airline with its head office in Sector 1, Bucharest, Romania.[1] Its main hub is at Henri Coandă International Airport in Bucharest. It operates scheduled passenger services in few holiday destinations throughout Europe and Wet lease services to other airlines under ACMI contracts. In 2012 JeTran Air merged with Medallion Air to create Ten Airways.

History[edit]

JeTran Air as an airline was established in 2005, through a fusion with already existing company Jetran Asset Management, whose crews were operating and maintaining MD80 Aircraft since 2003.

Year 2008, Jetran Air flew approx 7,000. flight hours all over Europe and North Africa for various airline operators on Wet-Lease (ACMI) agreements.

Destinations[edit]

Jetran Air is operating charter flight out Henri Coandă International Airport, Oradea International Airport.

Fleet[edit]

JeTran Air MD-82

The JeTran Air fleet consists of the following registered aircraft (as of April 2012):[2]

Aircraft In Service Orders[3] Passengers Notes
McDonnell Douglas MD-83 0 0 172 one is operated for Mistral Air
Total 0 0

As of April 2012, the average age of the JeTran Air fleet is 30.7 years.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Contact Us." Jetran Air. Retrieved on 11 December 2011. "20C Coralilor St., District 1, Bucharest 013328, Romania"
  2. ^ JETRAN AIR Fleet
  3. ^ Orders and deliveries at boeing.com
  4. ^ [1]

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