Jet Air, formerly known as OLT Express, ceased operations in July 2012.
Jet Air began operating in the business aviation sector, providing broker-rendering services to local operators and companies. Jet Air started scheduled domestic operations for LOT Polish Airlines in the winter of 2005/06 with routes to Budgoszcz and Rzeszow. Jet Air began its operation as a stand-alone airline and Jet-Air branded flights began in late 2007 and operated flights on behalf of OLT Express from their hub at Bremen Airport to both Nuremberg and Brussels Airport. Jet Air flights ceased in July 2012.
Jet Air flew to International and Domestic Destinations.
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Jet Air operated its charter flights with the following aircraft in its fleet:
All of these aircraft were operated by OLT Express on behalf of Jet Air.
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