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Hellas Jet
HellasJetLogo.jpg
IATA
T4
ICAO
HEJ
Callsign
HELLAS JET
Founded 2002
Bases Athens International Airport
Fleet size 6
Destinations 2
Company slogan More than a flight
Parent company Air Miles Group
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Key people Petros Stathis (CEO)
Website www.hellas-jet.com

Hellas Jet is a charter airline based in Athens, Greece, operating services to Greece from destinations in Europe. Its main base is Athens International Airport.[1] Hellas Jet is a licenced scheduled and charter carrier, holding a JAA AOC and a Line Maintenance Certificate under JAA/EASA Part 145, both approved by the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority.

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History

The airline was established in 2002 as a Cyprus Airways subsidiary and the first flight was operated on 24 June 2003 from Athens. At the end of the first year of operation, they had completed 3,855 flights and carried over 250,000 passengers. Due to heavy losses, Hellas Jet suspended all scheduled flights from 10 May 2005. In January 2006, the airline announced it would refocus on charter operations. In August 2006, Cyprus Airways sold its shares to Air Miles, the trading name of Trans World Aviation. The aim is to resume services later in 2007 using wet leased Airbus A320 aircraft. It is wholly owned by Air Miles and has 199 employees (at March 2007).[1]

Airbus A320-200 (new livery)
Airbus A320-200 (old livery)

Hellas Jet is an IATA Member.

Destinations

Hellas Jet operates charter flights to/from Heraklion and Rhodes and is planning to relaunch scheduled flights in the near future.

Hellas Jet, is now serving St Petersburg, Moscow, Amsterdam, Düsseldorf and a number of charter destinations

Fleet

The Hellas Jet fleet consists of the following aircraft (at 29 September 2009) [1]:

References

  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International: p. 90. 2007-04-03.  

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