Jet Time

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Jet Time
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IATA
JO
ICAO
JTG
Callsign
JETTIME
Founded September 2006
Operating bases
Fleet size 19
Destinations 30+ across Europe and North Africa
Headquarters Copenhagen, Denmark
Key people Klaus Ren (CEO)[1]
Website www.jet-time.dk

Jet Time is a Danish airline based in Copenhagen Airport. It operates contract and ad hoc passenger and freight charters throughout Europe and short notice wet-lease charters for scheduled airlines (Air Greenland, Blue1, SAS, 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. The airline has been chartered by Swansea City FC to fly the squad to their Europa League away games.

Fleet[edit]

A Jet Time Boeing 737-300 with deployed thrust reversers shortly after landing at Salzburg Airport, Austria (2009).

As of February 2014, the Jet Time fleet consists of 7 Boeing 737-300 and 5 Boeing 737-700 aircraft with an average age of 18.7 years, each of which is equipped with 148 seats in an all-economy class cabin layout. Two of the aircraft are "quick change" (QC) versions, short-time convertible for cargo transport. Another three are pure cargo aircraft. ATR 72's were introduced to operate exclusively for Scandinavian Airlines. However two additional examples will also be acquired in Jet Time colors for back-up and ad-hoc charters.

Jet Time Fleet[2][3]
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
ATR 72-600 4 2 70 Will be operated for Scandinavian Airlines in SAS livery
ATR 72-500 2 0 70
Boeing 737-300 5 0 148 All equipped with Winglets
Boeing 737-300QC 2 0 148 For passenger and cargo division
Boeing 737-300F 1 0 Cargo only
Boeing 737-400F 2 0 Cargo only
Boeing 737-700 7 0 148 Two aircraft are being re-registered to Finnish registry for Jet Time's Finnish subsidiary
Total 20 5
A Jet Time Boeing 737-300 at Misurata International Airport,Libya Feb 2012

Destinations[edit]

Jet Time operates flights from the following destinations:

 Denmark

 Norway

 Sweden

Jet Time operates flights to the following destinations:

 Austria

 Belgium

 Bulgaria

 Croatia

 Cyprus

 Egypt

 France

 Greece

 Greenland

 Malta

 Montenegro

 Portugal'

 Spain

 Turkey

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