Jumpjet Airlines Limited Head Office is in Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand and the company is in development to market as a competitive regional international passenger airline for Australia and New Zealand
Planned Services are value based and offer easy departures, flexible processing, managed baggage and a comfortable cabin. The Tasman market was experiencing up to 5% growth from 164,000 seats and 810 sectors per week. Border closure has reduced these figure to virtually NIL. Jumpjet assumes common sense will return the Tasman to a growth market.
Systems have been designed to best serve the leisure market, those who are visiting friends and relatives, the small business traveller, conference members, students and tour groups, plus medical and emergency travel. Jumpjet has reviewed passenger processing systems from the sale of a ticket point to arrival at the terminal exit across the ditch.
Based on future market demand Jumpjet five-year planning introduces modest service expansion into the Tasman market and by year three will serve the cities of Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch using three Boeing 737 mid-level aircraft. Providing 625 overall jobs, 305,000 uplift and $100M in revenue.
Trans Tasman Express began as an idea in 1999 and a Company was formed in New Zealand. In 2000 a name change was undertaken to Jumpjet Airlines and business planning began in earnest. Events like the failure of Ansett, the entrance of Virgin, the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) of 2008, the expansion of international carriers in local markets and the current economic crisis in New Zealand and Australia in 2020 have disrupted the aviation market and challenged the concept of introducing a local regional international passenger airline into the Trans Tasman market. Jumpjet companies are investment ready and assuming that normality can return to the aviation industry financial and equity structuring will resume and continue. The air operator certification path is in progress with legal guidance.
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