Jet Time Flights

With its passenger aircraft configured with 148 all economy class seats, Jet Time is not your usual scheduled airline. First founded in 2006 by a group of Danish investors, all with experience in the Danish airline industry, Jet Time is a business-to-business airline that sells its services to companies for charter and short notice hire. Their clients include tour operators, large MNCs as well as football clubs. The business principle of Jet Time is to sell the "whole flight" instead of single tickets, and this helps Jet Time to minimise booking time and unsold seat wastage. Other than passenger service, Jet Time is also a major charter airline for freight services. As such, it has quick-change aircraft that can cater to both passengers and cargo with low turnover time needed.

Focusing on high safety standards, Jet Time has a certified aircraft mechanic inspect its planes for two hours every day. For every 250 flight hours, the aircraft will receive a more thorough check. When the plane flies for 5,000 hours, a major overhaul of 1 to 2 weeks is undertaken, checking all structural parts and system of the aircraft.

Since it caters to many company charters, Jet Time allows customisation of flights for each client, from head rest covers with company logo to exotic meal services. The 148 economy class seats may also be converted into 80-100 VIP seats for a relaxing and professional journey.

Why Fly with Jet Time

How to Check In

Online check-in service is available. Passengers who have booked seats in advance can definitely use this service in order to make their flight easier and more convenient. However, note that this service can only be used for departure from Copenhagen Airport and Billund Airport, 14 days or less prior to the departure date, and no later than three working days before. After checking in online, print your boarding pass in order to have a direct access to the baggage drop desk at the airport. There’s also checking in using self-service machines in Copenhagen Airport (Terminal 2) and Billund Airport (just inside the entrance to the passenger terminal), which both open two hours before departure and close 30 minutes before departure. This service does not include seat selection, which can only be done within seven working days of your planned departure.


Book your seats in advance, approximately three days before departure for both the outbound and return journeys and must include all the passengers on the ticket. Outside the three-day window, you can only book a seat for the return journey. Two people traveling together wishing to have aisle seats can only book on each side of the aisle, as it is not possible to book a middle and aisle seat. Types of seats offered are family seats (yellow), which are recommended for those travelling with young children; front cabin seats (light green); standard seats (dark green); seats at emergency exits (dark red), which offer ample legroom, but not much; and seats at emergency exits with extra legroom (orange) offer more legroom than the dark red seats and are perfect with very tall passengers.

Where We Fly

Jet Time flies to Innsbruck and Salzburg in Austria; Bourgas in Bulgaria; Dubrovnik and Split in Croatia; Larnaca in Cyprus; Aalborg, Aarhus, Billund, and Copenhagen in Denmark; Hurghada, Marsa Alam, and Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt; Helsinki in Finland; Chambéry and Grenoble in France; Chania, Corfu, Heraklion, Kavala, Kefalonia, Kos, Rhodes, Samos, and Skiathos in Greece; Kangerlussuaq and Narsarsuaq in Greenland; Vilnius in Lithuania; Malta; Tivat in Montenegro; Bergen, Kristiansand, Oslo, Stavanger, and Tromsø in Norway; Madeira and Ponta Delgada (Azores) in Portugal; Arrecife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, and Tenerife in Spain; Gothenburg, Karlstad, Malmö, Stockholm, and Växjö in Sweden; Antalya, Alanya, Dalaman, Izmir, and Milas in Turkey.


Check-in begins two hours prior to departure for the majority of European destinations. It closes 30 minutes before departure, although there are cases wherein it closes earlier (like flights to ski sport destinations). Arriving at the check-in area less than 30 minutes before departure can result to refusal to boarding the plane. The airline will not be held accountable for such, as it is the passenger’s responsibility to arrive in time in order to pass through the security check (after check-in) no later than 30 minutes before departure.

Inflight Services

Instead of an installed digital screen at the back of the seat, in-flight entertainment is available through renting a media player that includes various movie titles, TV series and games together with the headset. Otherwise, passengers can bring their own entertainment devices up the plane. Like a scheduled airline, duty-free shopping is available on board a Jet Time flight, and most credit cards can be used for your purchases. If you have children flying alone, ease your worry by hiring a child escort to be with your children on board the plane. Otherwise, pre-book family seats 3 days prior to departure for your whole family to sit together on board.


The health conscious will be pleased to know that food served on board Jet Time are mostly organic and procured from famous supermarkets around the city. Baby food is also available on board even though bringing your own food is encouraged.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.