LONDON – Startup carrier Canada Jetlines took delivery of its first A320-200 from Jackson Square Aviation, one of the leading global commercial aircraft leasing companies. The aircraft is the first of a projected 15 aircraft that the carrier plans to expand into by 2025 as it looks to offer the best-in-class operating economics, efficient aircraft design, and accessible flight options without sacrificing its quality or convenience, with a modern-day top of the line fleet.
Brad Warren, VP Maintenance Operations for Canada Jetlines said: “This is a milestone day for our team as we get to witness the inception of our branded fleet, with the delivery of our first aircraft, we have collectively been building towards this moment and we couldn’t be happier to partner with Jackson Square Aviation as we prepare for take-off early next year.”
The new Canadian-based charter airline is due to launch services in spring of 2022, with the carrier focusing on sun-destinations, with its focus being on offering more value and travel choices when compared to its competitors.
John Yanney, JSA Head of Americas Marketing & OEM Relations said: “We are excited to be a part of Canada Jetlines journey to launch operations as Canada’s newest charter airline and are delighted to welcome the airline as our newest customer, we look forward to developing a long-term partnership with Canada Jetlines as the airline begins to flourish and build upon its future successes as they commence flying in 2022.”