Has anyone heard of this airline?

Jettime, Danish company :) works some routes for SAS as wet lease.

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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’.


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MaxSez: Google is your friend;

Jet Time
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded September 2006
Operating bases
Billund Airport
Copenhagen Airport
Helsinki Airport
Fleet size 28
Destinations 53
Headquarters Kastrup, Denmark
Key people Jørgen Holme, CEO[1]
Website jet-time.dk

Jet Time Fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
Y Total
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

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Thanks I misread it @Maxmustang

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Established back in 2006, and I’ve never heard this airline since then. Interesting airline.

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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 ;)

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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.

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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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