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AMSTERDAM — Dutch charter operator JetNetherlands launched charter operations on behalf of CU Air, following the delivery of its first Saab 340B, PH-CUA (MSN 340B-167).

The 31.3-year-old turboprop, previously operated by Loganair, and ferried to Antwerp on November 4. Its first flight was a multileg trip to Épinal, Caen, and Nancy/Essey on November 7-8, 2020.


The aircraft is owned by CU Air's parent Cargo Union and will be based out of Antwerp. It is configured for up to 34 passengers. It will be operated by JetNetherlands on behalf of CU Air separately from two Embraer jets, an Embraer 135LR and an Embraer MB-145LI, which are currently being operated under the ACE - Air Charters Europe (Antwerp) brand.

JetNetherlands is owned by ASL Airtaxi, an ASL Group subsidiary. Apart from CU Air, Cargo Union is also planning to launch cargo charters in the future.

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