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Lithuania’s KlasJet obtains Canadian Foreign AOC
ACMI allows airlines to manage seasonality of flight demand without additional risk, and KlasJet believes that being able to provide these services in Canada will make it even more attractive to future partners.
KlasJet can now provide services in ACMI Canada.
Read this story in our December 2023 printed issue.

KlasJet has commenced ACMI operations in Canada following its recent Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate.

CEO of the Lithuania-headquartered company Justinas Bulka says: “As the aviation market is facing strong, daily-growing demand and airlines need to find a way to deal with obstacles such as the ongoing challenge of managing seasonality, ACMI offers the flexibility they need to take advantage of today’s positive market without additional risk. One of our main long-term strategic goals is to cater to a variety of regions worldwide. Being able to provide services in Canada will make us even more attractive to possible future partners.”

Currently, KlasJet operates a fleet of 14 aircraft consisting of five Classic and one BBJ Boeing 737, with capacities ranging from 23 to 68 seats, and eight Boeing 737-800s with a capacity of 186 or 189 passengers, for ACMI leasing.

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