Just right before the peak of the high season, Lithuanian ACMI and charter carrier GetJet Airlines continues renewal of its fleet by adding three Airbus A320-200 aircraft. This addition to the fleet will allow an IOSA-approved Lithuanian AOC to offer additional capacities to European customers and support them with ACMI operations the whole season and beyond.
Lithuanian registrations LY-WIZ, LY-WIL, and LY-MAL bearing aircraft feature a single economy class cabin of 180 seats and in no time will be ready to serve European customers‘ needs.
„Keeping in mind our recent additions of two Boeing 737NGs to the fleet, we stepped into the summer by almost doubling our capacities to offer flexible and comprehensive wet-lease services customized for individual client needs. This fleet development is an important milestone for our company, enhancing our capabilities to provide airlines with additional capacities of aircraft and crew and give them much-needed support in keeping their flight schedules busy“, says Rūta Kulvinskaitė, CEO of GetJet Airlines.
High-season GetJet Airlines started by signing some new ad-hoc ACMI agreements with Marabu, TUI Deutschland GmbH, and Air Malta. The latest partnership was established with Icelandair for flight operations in June from Keflavik Airport.
GetJet Airlines is a Lithuanian airline company, providing ACMI and charter services since 2016. GetJet Airlines operates a fleet consisting of Airbus A320 and Boeing 737NG-type aircraft. The company provides wet lease and charter services worldwide to airlines and tour operators, including Wizz Air, Norwegian, LOT, Finnair, Transavia, Garuda, and others.