Jump Airways is a Lithuanian Charter and ACMI airline based in Vilnius. The company was established to provide a high standard of charter and ACMI services to a range of travel and tour operators. The airline has formed partnerships with Aliplan and EU Wings for maintenance reasons to provide a robust and efficient service to its customers. The airline operates a fleet of ATR 72-500 aircraft with plans to diversify their fleet as they continually grow.
As of January 2022, Jump Air hasn't published any destinations on its website. However, as the airline operates both charter and ACMI flights the destinations can vary depending on the requirements of the chartering company.
Jump Airways hasn't published a cabin baggage policy, however, the rules and allowances may be specified by the chartering tour operator.
The airline also hasn't published its intended checked baggage policy. However, this may be determined by the tour operator chartering the services of Jump Air.
Jump Air doesn't offer an online check-in facility. However, the chartering travel company may offer this. Please check with your tour provider for more details.
Although there is no online check-in available, there will be airport check-in facilities. It is unsure if these will be branded and operated by Jump Air or if the chartering tour operator may assume the responsibility.
As the airline currently operates a fleet of regional aircraft, it is assumed that the layout is an all-economy cabin. The aircraft may have a seat pitch of 30" and a width of 17", however, this may vary.
It is not expected that the airline offers inflight entertainment or wifi facilities onboard their aircraft. The airline may produce an inflight magazine for you to read, however, we recommend bringing your own entertainment for your flight.
Currently, Jump Air doesn't specify if they provide an inflight food and drink service. These services may depend on the agreed service level between Jump Air and the chartering tour operator. We recommend consulting your travel provider for more information.
Jump Air is a charter and ACMI operator so doesn't offer a frequent flyer program. However, the chartering travel company may offer a program which you may gain points for your flight.
Jump Air is not part of any airline alliance, however, it has partnerships with Aliplan S.r.l and Eu Wings S.r.l for maintenance reasons.
The airline currently operates a fleet of regional ATR 72 aircraft, with plans to welcome new aircraft types in the future.
As the airline operates both ACMI and charter services it doesn't have a hub airport. However, the airline is based in Vilnius, Lithuania.
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