Just in time for the busiest time of the year, IOSA-approved Lithuanian ACMI and charter carrier GetJet Airlines has completed its summer season fleet with the addition of an Airbus A320-200 unit, bringing the total number of family aircraft to eight.

Registered under Lithuanian registration LY-CAP, this Airbus A320-200 features a single economy class equipped with 180 seats. This newest addition to the fleet is starting its operations this April, serving European customers for the upcoming summer season.

Rūta Kulvinskaitė, CEO of GetJet Airlines, emphasizes the significance of this fleet expansion in fulfilling the company’s commitment to providing flexible services tailored to clients' needs throughout the year. 

"In March, we added the fifth Boeing 737-800 to our fleet, and now we are further solidifying our roster for peak travel season with another Airbus A320-200. We are dedicated to delivering fast, flexible, and efficient wet-lease services to our airline partners, as demand for ACMI services continues to rise," says Kulvinskaitė. “Expanding our fleet ahead of the summer season ensures that we are fully equipped to meet the growing demands for support and capacity. With a diverse fleet consisting of Boeing 737-800, Airbus A320, and A321 aircraft, this expansion reinforces our readiness to serve a broader customer base worldwide."

GetJet Airlines, founded by Aleksandr (Alex) Celiadin is a Lithuanian airline company, providing charter flights and ACMI services worldwide since 2016. Its fleet consists of Airbus A320, Airbus A321, and Boeing 737NG aircraft, with which the company operates flights to more than 170 airports in more than 50 countries and serves customers such as Vueling, Air Serbia, TUI Group, Wizz Air, Finnair, Transavia, Icelandair and other esteemed airlines.