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Sunclass Airlines extends partnership with Jettainer

Feb 18, 2021

Jettainer is set to provide Sunclass Airlines with unit load device (ULD) management services for another five years. The global leader in outsourced ULD management has already managed and maintained the Danish airline’s ULD fleet for several years.

Sunclass Airlines currently operates a fleet of eight Airbus 321 and two Airbus 330 airplanes. The charter airline serves destinations in the Mediterranean region, the Canary Islands, Africa and Thailand from its eight bases in Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden. Ad-hoc charter flights are also part of its portfolio. Jettainer manages and maintains Sunclass Airlines’ entire fleet of containers and pallets.

“The trust that Sunclass Airlines has placed in us is recognition of our work and motivates us to continue providing the best service in the future, too. We are confident that we can keep supporting Sunclass on its path towards growth through our efficient ULD management services and look forward to continuing our long-term relationship,” said Thorsten Riekert, Jettainer’s Chief Sales Officer.

“In the current situation, it is more important than ever for us to manage all aspects of our company efficiently. The partnership with Jettainer puts us the best possible position when it comes to ULDs. In our eyes, this makes the ULD specialist an ideal partner that we want to grow with in the long term,” commented Bent Erlandsen, Director Operations at Sunclass Airlines.

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