Thanks by the way @Emirates_Life
Hole hell, that was a quick reply XD
No problems man.
Alright thanks @Emirates_Life Talk later bye…
Very bland livery. Must be some sort of private jet service
JetTime I think is a wet leasing company that also has some of their own charter flights between Scandinavia and the rest of Europe. BA have JetTime in place for a couple of their Heathrow operations, although the only flight I’ve seen them do on behalf of BA has been from London - Aberdeen.
Jettime, Danish company :) works some routes for SAS as wet lease.
Yes it is.
It’s actually a low cost airine based out of Denmark 28 aircraft you can find the wiki link on this page but I think it’s a charter airline to
It says nothing about it being a low cost airline. The page says it operates “contract and ad hoc passenger and freight charters throught Europe” which does not define it as ‘low cost’.
MaxSez: Google is your friend;
IATA ICAO Callsign
J4 JTG JETTIME
Founded September 2006
Fleet size 28
Headquarters Kastrup, Denmark
Key people Jørgen Holme, CEO
Jet Time Fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
ATR 72-500 5 — 70 70 3 operated for Scandinavian Airlines
ATR 72-600 8 — 70 70 operated for Scandinavian Airlines
Boeing 737-300 5 — 148 148
Boeing 737-300QC 1 — 148 148 QC-Version for passenger and cargo use
Boeing 737-700 4 — 148 148 2 operating for British Airways for Summer 2016
Jet Time Cargo Fleet
Boeing 737-400F 5 — Cargo
Total 28 —
(Wet Lease Operator sounds good to me
Thanks I misread it @Maxmustang
Established back in 2006, and I’ve never heard this airline since then. Interesting airline.
I agree accept I have never heard of it at all until now JetTime however is indeed as interesting a name, as an airline…
Most of their ATRs are from SAS ;)
Very nice livery. Would make an excellent addition to IF.
I have. I’ve seen them soooo many times at Helsinki. Also at Chania last week.
I’ve seen one of those in Heraklion:
Incorrect. :) JetTime owns the ATRs but leases them out to SAS, where they’re mostly used on domestic flights through out Denmark, and smaller routes in Scandinavia and Northern Europe.
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