|Key people||Robbie Borg (Founder)|
The operation was established on 29 September 2004, when Malta Bargains Limited (previously Malta Sun Holidays) a travel agent specialising in Maltese holidays for British tourists, was licensed by the UK CAA as a tour operator. Services started with a flight between London Gatwick and Malta on 1 May 2005 and then to other UK airports.
In 2008 BritishJET ceased operations as their contract with Malta Bargains ended. Air Malta became Malta Bargains' carrier of passengers between the UK and Malta.
BritishJET served the following destinations:
- United Kingdom
- Birmingham (Birmingham International Airport)
- Bristol (Bristol International Airport)
- East Midlands (East Midlands Airport)
- Exeter (Exeter International Airport)
- Leeds/Bradford (Leeds Bradford International Airport)
- Manchester (Manchester Airport)
- Newcastle upon Tyne (Newcastle Airport)
- Norwich (Norwich International Airport)
The BritishJET fleet consisted of the following aircraft (at March 2007):
The aircraft was leased from and operated on its behalf by the Swiss airline Hello. The MD-90 was configured with leather seats in five abreast (2+3) seating.
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