LOS ANGELES, Dec. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- With the
expansion of operations in Africa
and Southeast Asia, JETT has
committed to lease three 737-800 freighters in the first half of
2022 followed by its first Boeing 777 converted freighter it hopes
to add to the fleet towards the middle of 2022.
"That sort of number gives us critical mass," said Barry Oberholzer, Managing Partner at JETT.
The company is already offering offering cargo charters on five
aircraft, two of which include an Airbus A321 and Airbus A330-200
which have been modified by having the seats removed. This is in
addition to three Ilyushin IL-76TD aircraft, a Boeing 727-200F and
a Boeing 747-400BCF.
"The future is the ideal combination between regional and long
haul freighters. By combining the 737's and the 777 we are able to
provide our clients the option to consolidate regional cargo to a
major hub and then do our long haul sectors to the USA and Europe" he further states.
JETT says that its aggressive moves into cargo does not mean it
is abandoning its private aircraft activities. "That business is
just on a slower trajectory while the world still struggles with
the ever evolving pandemic" it says.
JETT has extensive experience in ACMI operations, operating
aircraft in the past for major global freight forwarders in
Africa and the Middle East and provides cargo charters to
major freight forwarders and corporations alike.
Renne Simoes, JETT, 1 8887087973, email@example.com