• GetJet Airlines expanded its fleet with the addition of an Airbus A321 to address the surge in ACMI demands.

  • The airline recently integrated a total of six new aircraft, including the A321, into its fleet.

  • Throughout the first half of the summer, GetJet has established multiple wet-lease contracts and renewed collaborations with several European carriers.

GetJet Airlines, a IOSA-certified Lithuanian ACMI and charter service provider, has bolstered its fleet by introducing the Airbus A321, in line with increasing demands for ACMI operations this summer.

Registered as LY-WSA, this is the sixth aircraft of its kind under the Lithuanian AOC. Designed with a 220-seat single economy class cabin, the A321 is set to serve European airlines, accommodating both long-term contracts and sporadic operations.

Notably, GetJet Airlines showcases a versatile fleet, comprising both the Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A320 models. Ahead of the high-traffic summer months, the airline incorporated two Boeing 737NGs and three Airbus A320s, updating its fleet with a total of six new aircraft. This strategic move underscores GetJet Airlines' dedication to offer robust support to European and international airlines, emphasizing flexibility and rapid adaptability to meet clients' distinct needs.

In recent updates, GetJet Airlines highlighted encouraging outcomes in the first half of the summer for ACMI providers. The Lithuanian AOC has clinched multiple pivotal wet-lease contracts and rejuvenated its ties with a range of European carriers, spanning both private sector airlines and national flagships. Given the sustained demand for ACMI services, the airline envisions a steady stream of new agreements and collaborations throughout the season's duration.