JetAsia Airlines

JetAsia Airlines Inc. (Previously known as JetAsia Airways) operating as JetAsia Airlines, is a Philippine airlineowned by GCS Prime Holdings founded in November 9 2009 with its hub at Ninoy Aquino International Airport of Manila (MNL) and Mactan-Cebu International Airport of Cebu City. JetAsia Airlines serves domestic cities around Southeast Asia, East Asia, Middle East, Oceania and North America.

Formerly one of the most strongest competitor of formely demised Jahz Airlines whose dominating the market of Philippines and Asia, was severely affected by the strong price wars of both sides. That eventually forced JetAsia to fight back with good services, add new route and long haul planes servicing Middle East, Oceania and North America.

Eventually resumed in June 2011 with a ambitious plan of all wide body fleet and all long haul airline after a year of hiatus but eventually still went downsizing it to narrow body fleet using Boeing 737-900ER due to unpredictable passenger demand of long haul flights.



JetIsla Express[/b] Operates as a low-cost airline based in Manila. It operates mainly on domestic and international scheduled services from Manila and Cebu. After Jahz Airlines were getting slow with its market domination, JetIsla launch an aggressive flights and pricing utilizing Bombardier CRJ regional jets and Q400/Q300 turboprops along with Dornier 328-100 turbo props.

It able JetIsla Express to regain domestic market share and as a basis to become the feeder for JetAsia Airlines when it fully resumes.

JetAsia CargoSystems established as a subsidiary in January 2010 after the closure of JetAsia Airways using its funds to acquire cargo planes compromise of ATR 42/72, Boeing 727 and 737-200. The cargo subsidiary ranked as fourteenth of cargo airlines in AS statistics transporting 11.7 million of cargo units.

Current fleet consist of ATR 42/72, Boeing 767-300F and MD-11F with multiple focus cities around Asia and North America.