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Belgian charter operator Jetairfly has announced the launch of twice weekly flights between its home base at Brussels and Miami, commencing 4th April, 2014 using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. Miami becomes the airline’s 107th destination around the globe, its 9th in the Americas, but its first in the United States.
Jetairfly is a subsidiary of parent company TUI Travel, a UK based charter airline group which includes Jetairfly, Corsair International, Thomson Airways, TUIFly, TUIFly Nordic, and Arkefly. Currently, Jetairfly operates a fleet of 22 passenger aircraft (4x Boeing 737-700, 14x Boeing 737-800, 2x Embraer E190, and 2x Boeing 767-300ER). Jetairfly also has 1 Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner on order and an undisclosed amount of 737 MAX as part of the larger TUI Travel order.
Jetairfly’s long haul 767s are configured to seat 257 passengers with 2 classes of service (though no difference in seat). Economy Class offers full economy service with catering, while Comfort Class offers more legroom, amenity kits, iPad IFE, premium meals, free champagne and alcohol, newspapers, and at Brussels airport access to the VIP-lounge, separate check-in and security fast lane.