JETGO Australia is an Australianair charter company that commenced revenue flights in 2012 with a focus on ad hoc and contract charter work, particularly fly-in fly-out (FIFO) operations in support of the mining and resources sector.
The company took delivery of its first 37-seat Embraer 135 aircraft in March 2012 and was granted an air operator's certificate (AOC) by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority in May that year. As of July 2012, JETGO Australia was operating FIFO and charter services throughout Australia. Despite having a business model focused on charter operations, the airline has not ruled out establishing regular public transport services. In December 2012, councillors from the Bundaberg Region revealed they had held discussions with JETGO as a potential second carrier on the Brisbane-Bundaberg route. In March 2013, Mayor Mathew Dickerson indicated the City of Dubbo in New South Wales was in talks with the airline, considering the viability of adding routes to the city in the medium term.