|Focus cities||Marseille Provence Airport, Metz-Nancy-Lorraine Airport|
|Frequent-flyer program||Flying Blue|
|Headquarters||Aix en Provence, France|
|Key people||Olivier Manaut (CEO)|
The company operates 250 flights a week to Bergerac, L'Aquila, Limoges (Limoges – Bellegarde Airport), Metz-Nancy, Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg, Geneva, Marseille, Milan, Nice, Paris-Orly Airport, Pau, Périgueux, Stuttgart, Toulon and Toulouse.
Its activity is complemented by business aviation and charter flights. Catering services are available on board.
Twin Jet operates the following services (as of September 2013) :
- Bergerac (Bergerac-Roumanière Airport): 2 daily flights to Paris-Orly Airport
- Limoges (Limoges – Bellegarde Airport): 3 daily flights to Paris-Orly Airport and 2 weekly flights to Nice.
- Lyon (Lyon–Saint Exupéry Airport) : 2 daily flights to Stuttgart from September 8, 2014
- Marseille (Marseille Provence Airport): 8 daily flights to Metz-Nancy, Basle-Mulhouse, Geneva, Pau, Milan
- Metz - Nancy (Metz-Nancy-Lorraine Airport): 4 daily flights to Toulouse, Marseille
- Mulhouse (EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg): 4 daily flights to Marseille.
- Nice (Nice) 2 weekly flights to Limoges and Milan
- Paris (Paris-Orly Airport) 2 daily flights to Périgueux, Bergerac, and 3 daily flights to Limoges
- Périgueux (Périgueux Bassillac Airport): 2 daily flights to Paris-Orly Airport
- Pau (Pau Airport): 2 daily flights to Marseille
- Toulouse (Toulouse-Blagnac Airport): 2 daily flights to Metz-Nancy, 2 daily flights to Milan Malpensa
- Milan (Milan - Malpensa Airport): 2 daily flights to Toulouse and up to 3 daily flights to Marseille. NEW: 2 weekly flights to Nice.
- Geneva (Geneva International Airport): Direct flight every day to Marseille
- Basel (EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg): 4 daily flights to Marseille.
- Stuttgart: 2 daily flights to Lyon from September 8, 2014
As of August 2011 the Twin Jet fleet includes:
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