Jetair Lufttransport AG was a German airline headquartered in Munich and based at Munich-Riem Airport.[1]

IATA ICAO Callsign
none JA Jetair
Commenced operations1984
Ceased operations1985
Operating basesMunich-Riem Airport
Fleet size1
HeadquartersMunich, Germany

History Edit

Jetair Boeing 727-81, 1984.

The Company was established as Jetair Luftverwaltung GmbH on 26 February 1982. On 12 December 1983 the company formed a shareholder company with a capital of 30 million Deutsche Mark, of which 2 million came from the employees of the company - the organization of the airline was the same as that of People Express. It subsequently started operations from its base at Munich-Riem Airport in July 1984. The airline however began to run into financial problems in February 1985, and collapsed by the end of that year.[citation needed]

Destinations Edit

Jetair operated services from its main base in Munich to Athens, Heraklion, Palma de Mallorca, Tel Aviv, Istanbul and London.[citation needed]

Fleet Edit

The airline's fleet consisted of the following aircraft:[1]

References Edit

  1. ^ a b - Jetair retrieved 5 March 2023

External links Edit

  Media related to Jetair at Wikimedia Commons