GetJet Airlines is an aircraft leasing (ACMI) and chartering company that is based in Vilnius, Lithuania. Their client includes Norweigan Air Shuttle, Finnair, LOT Polish Airlines and TUI. The airline operates flights for their clients, and noticeably, the airline became the first Lithuanian airline to operate transatlantic to North America.
1.5 million passengers were served by the airline in 2019. This was done by the fleet of modern aircraft that the airline equip such as the Airbus A320, A330 and Boeing 737.
As a charter airline, GetJet Airlines does not have any regular scheduled flights.
The destinations they fly to depends on the aircraft capability and the requests from the clients. However, the airline does have bases at:
All passenger is entitled to one carry-on baggage and one personal item onboard. Carry-on baggage cannot be larger than 55cm x 40cm x 20cm in three dimensions and no heavier than 5kg in weight.
Personal items ould be a handbag, a laptop or backpack, as long as it does not exceed 30cm x 40cm x 10cm in dimensions. Any item exceeding weight or size limit will not be accepted onboard.
One free checked baggage is allowed on GetJet's flights. This baggage cannot be heavier than 20kg and no larger than 158cm in the sum of the three dimensions. This condition applies to every passenger except flights to Tenerife, Dubai, Fuerteventura, Madeira, Bergamo, Salzburg, Lion, Klagenfurt, Verona.
Baggage exceeding 32kg is not allowed to check-in due to Health and Safty regulations.
Passengers travelling with infants receives an additional suitcase that is lighter than 10kg.
Online check-in is available between 48 hours and 2 hours before the flight's scheduled departure time.
Check-in can be done via the airline website. Please prepare your flight ticket and passport details for check-in.
Airport check-in times vary at every departing airport. We recommend passengers to arrive at the airport two hours before departure to avoid any unexpected delays or disappointment.
Airport check-in counters close 40 minutes prior to scheduled departure time. The airline reserves the right to deny boarding if passengers are late for check-in.
Vilnius International Airport (VNO) is located 6km south from the city centre of Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. It is the largest airport in Lithuania and served 5 million passengers in 2019 with its single runway operation.
Airlines that fly to and from Vilnius International Airport including, but not limited to, Aeroflot, airBaltic, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Finnair, Turkish Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, Ryanair, SAS Scandinavian Airlines and Wizz Air.