GetJet Airlines adds an Airbus A321 to ACMI fleet

A GetJet Airlines Airbus A321 approaching to land.
Photo Credit: GetJet Airlines

GetJet Airlines, an IOSA-certified Lithuanian ACMI and charter carrier, continues to solidify its position by expanding its fleet with the addition of a new aircraft – the Airbus A321.

This new acquisition, registered under Lithuanian registration LY-WSA, marks the sixth unit joining the Lithuanian AOC to meet the growing demand for ACMI operations during the summer season.

The Airbus A321, boasting a single economy class cabin equipped with 220 seats, is set to cater to European customers, supporting their busy schedules with both long-term and ad-hoc operations.

Diverse fleet to meet seasonal demand


GetJet Airlines takes pride in its diverse fleet, comprising of the Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A320 families. Recognizing the significance of the upcoming peak summer season, the carrier recently welcomed two Boeing 737NGs and three Airbus A320s, effectively renewing its fleet by 6 units.

The focus is on ensuring flexibility and swift adaptability to cater to the unique needs and requirements of their ACMI clients.

“Our ability to rapidly offer replacement aircraft with a full crew in unforeseen circumstances sets us apart as one of the few airlines in the region.”

“Even during the most demanding periods, our commitment to our clients remains unwavering — to deliver tailor-made services customized to their specific needs.”

“The diversity within our fleet, encompassing different aircraft types, along with our readiness to modify aircraft according to our clients’ requests, enables us to uphold our promise of quality and flexibility.”

“The addition of the Airbus A321 further expands our capacity and solidifies our dedication,” says Rūta Kulvinskaitė, CEO of GetJet Airlines.

ACMI services in high demand


GetJet Airlines reports that the first half of the summer season has been highly successful for ACMI service providers.

The Lithuanian operator has secured several significant ad-hoc and long-term wet-lease agreements, along with renewing partnerships with various European airlines, including both private airlines and national flag carriers.

The consistent high demand for ACMI services indicates a positive trend, and the airline foresees the continuation of new contracts and partnerships throughout the remaining season.

Meeting customer needs with new Airbus A321


The introduction of the Airbus A321 to GetJet Airlines’ fleet comes as a strategic move to cater to the increasing demands of the aviation market.

With its 220-seat single economy class cabin, the aircraft is optimized for efficiency and capacity, making it an ideal choice for various ACMI operations.

The enhanced fleet diversity allows the airline to offer more tailored solutions to its clients, ensuring that they receive top-notch services, regardless of the complexity or scale of their requirements.

Enhanced efficiency and reliability


The Airbus A321 is renowned for its fuel efficiency and operational reliability. These factors play a crucial role in optimizing costs for GetJet Airlines while ensuring punctual and seamless services for its clients.

The improved fuel efficiency not only contributes to a greener and more sustainable aviation industry but also allows the airline to remain competitive in a market that increasingly prioritizes environmental responsibility.

Strengthening partnerships


GetJet Airlines’ continued expansion and commitment to providing high-quality services have solidified its position as a trusted partner among airlines across Europe and beyond.

By nurturing strong relationships with various airlines, the Lithuanian ACMI and charter carrier have become a go-to choice for both short-term and long-term wet-lease agreements.

Moreover, the readiness to adapt its aircraft according to specific client requests demonstrates the airline’s dedication to meeting the unique demands of each partner, fostering long-lasting partnerships.

One of the key differentiators of GetJet Airlines is its customer-centric approach. The airline places the utmost importance on understanding the needs and preferences of its clients and tailoring its services accordingly.

Whether it’s ad-hoc operations to handle unforeseen circumstances or long-term agreements to support an airline’s expansion, GetJet Airlines ensures that its clients’ goals and objectives are prioritized at every stage of the collaboration.

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