The British Aerospace Jetstream is a small twin-turboprop airliner, with a pressurised fuselage, developed as the Jetstream 31 from the earlier Handley Page Jetstream. The aircraft was developed by British Aerospace plc (BAE) based at Farnborough Aerospace Centre in Farnborough, Hampshire.
The result was the Jetstream 31, which first flew on 28 March 1980, and was certificated in the UK on 29 June 1982. The new version proved to be as popular as Handley Page hoped the original model would be, and several hundred 31s were built during the 1980s. In 1985, a further engine upgrade was planned, which flew in 1988 as the Jetstream Super 31, also known as the Jetstream 32. Production continued until 1993, by which time 386 31/32s had been produced.
The aircraft has up to 18 passenger seats and is operated by two pilots.
The Jetstream has been part of our fleet since 1991.
Max. 8,000 m
Max. 510 km/h
Max. 1,500 km
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SUN-AIR of Scandinavia A/S
Phone: +45 75 33 16 11
Phone: +45 76 50 01 00
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SUN-AIR of Scandinavia A/S is headquartered in Billund, where the company’s services are managed. This includes scheduled flights, workshops and spare parts sales, ad hoc charter operations and international aircraft sales and leasing.
As a British Airways franchise partner based in Jutland, SUN-AIR operates a number of regional routes in northern Europe. Exceptional service is the highest priority and on all routes customers receive the full in-flight service: Complimentary food, snacks and drinks, free newspapers and excellent service.
The charter division organises individual flights for VIPs , companies, groups and sports clubs as well as ambulance flights in Denmark and abroad. JoinJet also deals with international aircraft sales and leasing.