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JetGo Australia Airlines

History and Foundation

JETGo Australia Airlines is an Australian air charter that started its operations with a 37-seat Embraer 135 aircraft in March 2012 and achieved its air operator's certificate (AOC) from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority in May of the same year.

Hub and Services

The airline focused on contract chartered service particularly in the mining sector which employed the Fly In, Fly Out (FIFO) operations. On July 2012, JETGo Australia Airlines formally operated FIFO and charter services all throughout the country. Later, the airline added regular public transport services. JETGo Australia Airlines has its base hub in Brisbane Airport, Australia.


Since March 2013, JETGo Australia Airlines operates a fleet of 3 three Embraer ERJ 135 produced by Embraer of Brazil. The fleet gives an experience of jet comfort and speed that covers lengthier distances than turboprop aircraft.


JETGo Australian Airlines has most of its market coming from Cloncurry to Brisbane. Apart from chartered flights all throughout Australia and FIFO services in most of mining sites in Far North Queensland, JETGo Australian Airlines also provides regular public transport services that fly to Brisbane-Bundaberg route. Recently, it has partnered with Bill Peach Journeys that take tourists and travellers to the exquisite destinations of Australia and the world, such as the scenic countries of Southeast Asia and the famous tourist destination London.
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