Twin Jet

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This article is about an airline. For aircraft with two jet engines, see twinjet.
Twin Jet
IATA
T7
ICAO
TJT
Callsign
TWINJET
Founded 2001
Focus cities Marseille Provence Airport, Metz-Nancy-Lorraine Airport
Frequent-flyer program Flying Blue
Fleet size 10
Destinations 14
Headquarters Aix en Provence, France
Key people Olivier Manaut (CEO)
Website twinjet.fr/lggb/index.php

Twin Jet is an airline based in Aix en Provence, France,[1] which started in May 2001 with its first scheduled flight in March 2002. It is also a Flying Blue partner.

Flights[edit]

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.

Destinations[edit]

Twin Jet operates the following services (as of September 2013) [1]:

FranceFrance[edit]

ItalyItaly[edit]

  • Milan (Milan - Malpensa Airport): 2 daily flights to Toulouse and up to 3 daily flights to Marseille. NEW: 2 weekly flights to Nice.

SwitzerlandSwitzerland[edit]

GermanyGermany[edit]

  • Stuttgart: 2 daily flights to Lyon from September 8, 2014

Fleet[edit]

Beech 1900 Twin Jet

As of August 2011 the Twin Jet fleet includes:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The company > Company information." Twin Jet. Retrieved on 8 July 2010. "Address : TWIN JET 1070 rue du lieutenant Parayre BP 30370 13799 AIX EN PROVENCE CEDEX 3 "
  2. ^ Flight International, 3–9 October 2006

External links[edit]

  • Twin Jet available in French, English, German, and Italian.