Started operations in 2002. "No-frills" passenger & cargo regional jet airplane operator within Europe. Based at Gothenburg Clandvetter airport. Operates as a "virtual" airline, using the air operator's certificate (AOC) of charter lessor, Transair Sweden (TWE).
April 2002: Livery consists of a white fuselage with GOODjet.com in large black letters, with red nacelles and a red tail with a comical happy face logo in white.
Plans to add 2 A320'S FOR TOTAL 6.
Operations to Nice/Paris (Beauvais) (2/day).
Reidar Svedahl, Managing Director.
1 A320-214 (1787, SE-RCB), 180 PAX, GATX (GAX) leased to Transair Sweden, who wet-leased it to GOODjet.
June 2002: Gothenburg, Oslo, Stockholm and Malmo to Paris (Beauvais), Gothenburg & Malmo to Nice, and Stockholm-Oslo.
A320-211 (191, CS-TNB) returned to (TWE), who returned it to Air Luxor (LXA). 1 A320-211 (288, RC-RCC), EAST leased and registered to TransJet (TSX) Sweden and wet-leased to GOODjet. 757-2G5 (173-24176, SE-RCE), ex-(LTU), EAST leased and registered to Transair Sweden (TWE), wet-leased to GOODjet.
August 2002: 2 A320-200's (978; SE-RCF; 1130, SE-RCD), ex-Virgin Atlantic (VAA), Transair Sweden (TWE) wet-leased.
September 2002: Plans to link Stockholm (Arlanda) with Gothenburg (Landvetter), and Malmo (Sturup), and add service to Finland. In /03, to Amsterdam, Berlin and Tallinn.
October 2002: All domestic routes will operate out of Stockholm (Arlanda). Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Malmo, to Alicante.
November 2002: In January, Gothenburg (Landvetter) to Amsterdam.
Letter of Intent (LOI) with the MCI Group, for the Dutch investment company, to take a majority shareholding in the airline. In January, GoodJet (GJT) will take over Transair Sweden (TWE).
Swedish tour operator, Transjet (TSX), has had its (AOC) revoked by the Swedish aviation regulatory authorities.
December 2002: Ceased operations. Claims (TWE) owes (GJT) $2.3M.
January 2003: Files for bankruptcy. Service provider, Transair Sweden (TWE) was also forced into bankruptcy as a result.