Jet Time

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Jet Time is a Danish company operating both scheduled and charter flights. While most of the charter flights are operated with machines wearing Jet Time's own grey and mustard yellow livery, most of the scheduled flights are operated on behalf of other companies, especially SAS and using planes in the livery of the ordering company.

This machine OY-JTS is a Boeing B737-700 which first flew in April 2003. It worked for Transavia until November 2013 when Jet Time took it over for their charter flights. Jet time uses this kind of planes especially for chartered tourist flights to Mediterranean destinations for example on behalf of TUI Fly.
Picture from Copenhagen-Kastrup airport 13.5.2019 by Ilkka Siissalo.


The same machine, OY-JTS, but now seen in Helsinki.
Picture from Helsinki-Vantaa airport 3.6.2018 by Ilkka Siissalo.


Jet Time's OY-JTR is a Boeing B737 version 73A dating back to February 1999. It has flown for AnstWW, Sahara India Airlines, Air Sahara, Sterling Airlines, Moskovia Airlines and Enerjet before joining Jet Time's fleet in 2016. It flies typically tourist flights to Greece and Rhodos.
Picture from Copenhagen-Kastrup airport 16.5.2019 by Ilkka Siissalo.


Jet Time's OY-JTA is another Boeing B737. It's an old machine of the type B737-300 first delivered to America West Airlines in 1987. It has had a long list of owners: Falcon Air Express, Sol Air, Aeromar Airlines, Aeropostal, AeroHonduras, again Falcon Air Express. It worked for JetTime 09/2006 to 12/2016. Today it belongs to Sideral Air Cargo and it is supposed to become a pure cargo machine.
Picture from Aalborg in Denmark 30.8.2016 by Ilkka Siissalo.


Jet Time's OY-JZJ is in the very newest livery of Jet Time. It is flying on behalf of TUI Fly. It is a Boeing B737-800 next gen machine delivered in 2003 for Virgin Blue Airlines and it has since flown also for Virgin Australia, Jeju Air and now Jet Time. Jet Time has operated TUI Fly's flights with it since April 2019.
Picture from Copenhagen-Kastrup airport 16.5.2019 by Ilkka Siissalo.


Another picture of the same machine OY-JZJ as above.
Picture from Copenhagen-Kastrup airport 16.5.2019 by Ilkka Siissalo.


OY-JZG is an ATR 72 which for a long time ran on SAS' routes and painted in SAS' colours but was all the time operated by JetTime. It is an ATR 72-600 which today belongs with registration B-28066 to Far Eastern Air Transport of Taiwan. It worked for JetTime October 2014 to September 2017.
Picture from Aalborg airport in Denmark 30.8.2016 by Ilkka Siissalo.


Another picture of OY-JZG just unloading luggage from a flight from Copenhagen to Aalborg.
Picture from Aalborg airport in Denmark 30.8.2016 by Ilkka Siissalo.
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