Company News Archives - GETJET Airlines

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Wings of Lebanon, a privately held Lebanese airline, has signed a wet lease contract for two aircraft from GetJet Airlines.

It will be operating flights from Beirut Rafic Hariri International to Turkey, Greece, Italy, Sweden and Egypt. The contract is now set to last until 09.15.2018.


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One of the leading Lithuanian travel organizers Kidy Tour is continuing their full charter agreement with the fast-growing aircraft lease company GetJet Airlines for the winter season 2018-2019.

Passengers from Vilnius (Lithuania) will be offered weekly flights to travelers’ favorite holiday destination in Egypt – the city of Hurghada.


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GetJet Airlines will be lending out four Boeing 737-300s and 737-400s to the Tunisian airlines Tunisair. The two companies have agreed on a wet lease for the period of 06.04.2018 to 09.30.2018.

The planes will operate from three main airports in Tunisia: Djerba Zarzis International (DJE), Tunis Carthage International (TUN) and Monastir Habib Bourguiba International (MIR). The destinations will be all across Europe.


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GetJet Airlines (GJT, Vilnius) has secured an A320-200 from AerCap following the signing of a contract in August last year. The Lithuanian ACMI/charter specialist said in a statement LY-FOX (msn 1087) was delivered on March 20 and features 180 seats in an all-economy class configuration. It will be used to ACMI/wet lease and air charter contracts across Europe, the first of which is with Air Malta (KM, Malta). “GetJet has been growing steadily for the last couple of years and so adding the new Airbus A320 to our fleet is simply part of our long-term modernization and expansion strategy,” Darius Viltrakis, CEO of GetJet Airlines, said.

GetJet Airlines also operates one more A320-200 as well as four B737-400s and one B737-300.

Source: www.ch-aviation.com


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Germania (ST, Berlin Schönefeld) has wet-leased a B737-300 from Lithuanian ACMI/charter operator GetJet Airlines (GJT, Vilnius). ch-aviation analysis of schedule and Flightradar24 ADS data shows LY-EWE (msn 28873) has been based out of Dresden for use in serving each of Antalya, Paphos, Palma Son Sant Joan, Hurghada, and Las Palmas since May 1. The contract is expected to run through until May 29.

Source: www.ch-aviation.com


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Condor (DE, Frankfurt Int’l) has wet-leased a B737-400 LY-GTW (msn 24166) from a Lithuanian ACMI/charter provider GetJet Airlines (GJT, Vilnius) and will be deploying the aircraft out of each of Cologne/Bonn and Leipzig/Halle to Palma Son Sant Joan through June 14, 2018, ch-aviation research has revealed. The unit was repositioned from Vilnius to Cologne/Bonn on April 26, 2018, and was deployed into revenue service the day after, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows. The Boeing narrowbody jet had been previously wet-leased to Air Malta. The German leisure specialist has also been wet-leasing a B757-200 EC-ISY (msn 26241) from Spain’s Privilege Style (P6, Palma Son Sant Joan) under a two-week contract since April 30. The aircraft is based out of Dusseldorf and operates a number of Mediterranean routes. Finally, Condor has also been wet-leasing an A330-200 CS-TQP (msn 211) from Portugal’s Hi Fly (5K, Lisbon) since April, also under a two-week contract. The aircraft is based out of Leipzig/Halle. However, the carrier ended a wet-leasing contract with Titan Airways covering a B757-200 G-ZAPX (msn 29309) on April 29, 2018, following which the unit has been repositioned back to the United Kingdom. According to the ch-aviation fleets module, Condor is currently also wet-leasing one A321 from Air Berlin Aviation (a part of airberlin group taken over by Condor’s parent, Thomas Cook Group), as well as five A320-200s from Avion Express.

 

Source: www.ch-aviation.com


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GetJet Airlines is very happy to announce that it has received the Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate, which is required for qualified air operators who wish to conduct an air transport service to and from Canada.

“GetJet has been growing steadily for the past couple of years and so it is only natural that we are broadening our horizons. Since we already hold an AOC, we only needed to apply for the additional certificate and we’re very happy that we’ve passed the verification process successfully. Plans for what’s next are already in the making and we’re eager to share them soon”, says Darius Viltrakis, CEO of GetJet Airlines.

GetJet Airlines applied to receive FAOC in November, 2017. After all requested documents were submitted, the airline underwent a strict verification process and has been issued the Canadian FAOC by Transport Canada.

About GetJet:

GETJET Airlines is a fast-growing player in the aircraft lease market. It offers charter flights, ACMI lease and aircraft management services. Its fleet consists of five Boeing 737s (four 737-400s and one 737-300) and two Airbus A320s.

The company’s objective is to offer reliable, safe, competitively priced and flexible wet/damp aircraft leasing and charter services with excellent on-time performance and a customer-focused approach.

Contact:

GETJET Airlines

Address: Darius ir Girėnas str. 81, Vilnius, LT-02189

Phone: +370 676 82574

Email: press@getjet.aero


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GetJet Airlines has expanded its fleet with the addition of an Airbus A320.  

The contract was signed with AerCap, the global leader in aircraft leasing, on the 04th August 2017, and the aircraft was delivered on 20th March 2018.  

“GetJet Airlines is very happy to have signed its first contract with AerCap – it is a strong and reliable partner and we see this as the beginning of a long and fruitful collaboration. GetJet has been growing steadily for the last couple of years and so adding the new Airbus A320 to our fleet is simply part of our long-term modernization and expansion strategy,” says Darius Viltrakis, CEO of GetJet Airlines.  

The new aircraft opens new possibilities and, therefore, GetJet is expected to serve more clients and explore new routes. The Airbus A320 is considered to be one of the most successful aircraft ever produced.,  

The Airbus A320, Lithuanian registration marks LY-FOX, with a configuration of 180 seats, will operate flights on ACMI wet lease and air charter contracts across Europe.  

AerCap President and Chief Commercial Officer Philip Scruggs said, “We welcome our new customer airline, GetJet Airlines. We are pleased to support the management team with their ambitious fleet modernization plan and we wish them every success.” 

 

About GetJet: 

“GET JET Airlines” is a fast-growing player in the aircraft lease market. It offers charter flights, ACMI lease and aircraft management services. Its fleet consists of five Boeing 737s (four 737-400s and one 737-300) and two Airbus A320s.  

The company’s objective is to offer reliable, safe, competitively priced and flexible wet/damp aircraft leasing and charter services with excellent on-time performance and a customer-focused approach.  

 

About AerCap: 

AerCap is the global leader in aircraft leasing with, as of December 31, 2017, 1,531 owned, managed or on order aircraft in its portfolio. AerCap has one of the most attractive order books in the industry. AerCap serves approximately 200 customers in approximately 80 countries with comprehensive fleet solutions. AerCap is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (AER) and has its headquarters in Dublin with offices in Los Angeles, Shannon, Fort Lauderdale, Singapore, Amsterdam, Shanghai, Abu Dhabi, Seattle and Toulouse. 


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Finnair will lease an Airbus A320 aircraft and flight deck crew from the Lithuanian airline GetJet to support Finnair’s growing traffic from summer 2018 to early 2019.

The leased GetJet aircraft will operate some of Finnair’s flights from Helsinki to Budapest, Berlin, Vienna, Prague, Krakow and Pafos between 8.6.2018 and 7.1.2019. The pilots will be from GetJet while the cabin crew and service concept will be from Finnair.

“We have a record number of flights next summer to both Asia and Europe. The leased aircraft will for its part ensure that we are able to operate all the flights in our traffic plan,” says Juha Järvinen, Chief Commercial Officer at Finnair.

Customers are able to see the operating carrier when they are making their bookings on Finnair.com. Customers who already have a reservation on one of the flights that will be operated with the leased aircraft will be informed of the change in operating carrier through s text message or email. Customers can change their travel date due to this change in operating carrier if they so wish.

About Finnair
Finnair flies between Asia, Europe and North America with an emphasis on fast connections via Helsinki, carrying more than ten million passengers annually. In 2017, Finnair’s extensive network connects 19 cities in Asia and 7 cities in North America with over 100 destinations in Europe. The airline, a pioneer in sustainable flying, was the first European airline to fly the next-generation, eco-smart Airbus A350 XWB aircraft and it is the first airline listed in the Leadership Index of the worldwide Carbon Disclosure Project. The only Nordic carrier with a 4-star Skytrax ranking, Finnair has also won the World Airline Award for Best Airline Northern Europe for the past seven years running. Finnair is a member of oneworld, the alliance of the world’s leading airlines committed to providing the highest level of service and convenience to frequent international travelers.


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GetJet Airlines is proud to announce that it has successfully completed the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), the benchmark for global safety management in airlines. Get Jet Airlines was certified and joined IOSA’s Registry on the 07th February 2018, this reinforces the reflective significance of the company’s spirit to continue with exceptional standards within aviation.

The CEO of GetJet Airlines, Darius Viltrakis said, “This registration is a major milestone for GetJet Airlines. This was an accomplishment made possible by the hard work and synergy of our employees from all departments who worked tirelessly for the past 12 months in preparing, reviewing and improving all our operational processes and implementation. Not only has this allowed us to meet a voluntary safety audit programme aligned with global best practices, but it has also allowed us to further strengthen the safety and efficiency of our organization”

GetJet Airlines has taken a diligent approach to providing admirable safety and quality services which will also aspire to grow in both flight acquisitions and customer needs.

The result reflects the commitment of management to implement and strictly adhere to a safety-first policy.