Name: Jetto Airlines UK ltd.
Hub(s): London Heathrow
Jetto Airlines is the oldest airline within the Jetto group, having begun operations in 1976. It functions as the driving force for the entire Jetto group, connecting all individual airlines and guiding them to maximise global coverage.
With the completion of Heathrow Terminal 2, Jetto Airlines claimed full usage of a refurbished Terminal 1, though it maintains access to Terminal 2 for some long-haul flights. It is expected that Jetto will move into an extended Terminal 2 once construction is completed. Elsewhere, Jetto maintains a significant prescence at Jetto Island, the headquarters of Jetto Industries, where it operates several routes to destinations in the UK.
Jetto Airlines also has a wholly owned and operated subsidiary, Jetto Regional, which operates lower-demand routes across the UK with a fleet primarily consisting of Embraer E-Jets.
As Jetto Airlines:
|Aircraft Type||In Service||Notes|
|Airbus A320||14 (IAE)
|10 IAE equipped with Sharklets
1 aircraft (CFM) in retro livery
|Airbus A320neo||5||10 on order, replacing older models|
|Airbus A321||42||28 equipped with Sharklets|
|Airbus A321neo||4||20 on order, replacing older models|
|Airbus A330-200||7||To be transferred to Jetto Americas,
Replaced with A350
|Airbus A350-900||20||12 on order. Replacing A330|