To meet the growing demand for ACMI operations in 2024 summer season, GetJet Airlines, an IOSA-approved Lithuanian ACMI and charter carrier, announces the addition of a Boeing 737-800 to its fleet. Registered under Lithuanian registration LY-TUI, this latest acquisition features a single economy class aircraft equipped with 189 seats. 

This strategic expansion aims to enhance capacity and support both European and global customers with ACMI operations during peak travel periods. The aircraft is set to begin operations in March 2024. LY-TUI marks the fifth unit in the Boeing 737 family, complementing GetJet Airlines' diverse fleet, which already includes the Boeing 737-800, Airbus A320 and A321.

The newest addition to the fleet further reinforces the company's commitment to providing adaptable and flexible services tailored to the unique needs of airlines worldwide.

“GetJet Airlines is strengthening its ACMI market position by offering fast and reliable support to other airlines, even during peak season. With our newest fleet addition, we're committed to providing customized services to meet specific client needs, as the demand for ACMI services continues to grow’’, says GetJet Airlines CEO Rūta Kulvinskaitė.

GetJet Airlines is a Lithuanian airline company, providing charter flights and ACMI services worldwide since 2016. GetJet Airlines' 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 Wizz Air, Finnair, Transavia, Iceland Air, TUI Airways, Vueling, Air Serbia, and other esteemed airlines.