Twin Jet

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Twin Jet
Logotwinjet.jpg
IATA ICAO Callsign
T7 TJT TWINJET
Founded 2001
Hubs Paris Orly Airport
Focus cities
Frequent-flyer program Flying Blue
Fleet size 12
Destinations 17
Headquarters Aix en Provence, France
Key people Olivier Manaut, Guillaume Collinot
Website http://www.twinjet.fr/ [1]

Twin Jet is a French regional airline based in Aix en Provence.[1]

History[edit]

Twin Jet was founded in May 2001 and operated its first scheduled flight in March 2002. The company operates 250 flights a week mainly on domestic routes within France as well as to Milan-Italy, Stuttgart and Friedrichshafen-Germany and Zurich-Switzerland as its only foreign destinations. Its activity is complemented by business aviation and charter flights.

In early January 2017, Twin Jet merged with French competitor Hex'Air and integrated its routes and aircraft.[2]

Destinations[edit]

As of October 2017, Twin Jet serves the following destinations:[3]

France
Germany
Italy
Switzerland

Fleet[edit]

As of June 2017, the Twin Jet fleet consisted of the following aircraft:[5]

Twin Jet Fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Passengers
Beechcraft 1900D 12 19

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