Jetgo Australia (Brisbane) entered voluntary administration (bankruptcy) and suspended all operations on Friday, June 1, 2018.
The company issued this statement:
On June 1, 2018 we, Jonathan Paul McLeod and Bill Karageozis of McLeod & Partners, were appointed joint and several Administrators of the Company pursuant to Part 5.3A of the Corporations Act 2001.
We note that you may be a customer of the Company. In the circumstances all passenger operations of the Company have been temporarily suspended.
In the interim QANTAS has set up a hotline number for the Company’s passengers to assist with cancelled flights and other flight options. 1300 659 116.
You may also consider contacting your credit card provider to consider your options with respect to a refund of your ticket purchase. If this action is unsuccessful, you are also creditors of the Company and are entitled to lodge a claim in the Administration of the Company. Please see the Proof of Debt PDF download form on this page. Should you wish to formally lodge a claim in the Administration, please complete the Proof of Debt form and return same to this office along with documentation supporting your claim. Information regarding your rights as a creditor is provided in the information sheet enclosed to this report.
Top Copyright Photo (all other images by Jetgo): Jetgo (Australia) Embraer ERJ 135LR VH-JTG (msn 145687) SNN (Malcolm Nason). Image: 908037.
The City of Karratha has made this announcement:
A new regular flight service connecting the City of Karratha with Singapore and Brisbane will be available from mid-2018 following a Council decision to enter an agreement with Jetgo Australia.
Under the agreement Jetgo would operate regular passenger transport services twice weekly to Singapore and also twice weekly to Brisbane.
City of Karratha Mayor Peter Long said new service could commence by mid-2018, subject to regulatory approvals and mandatory modifications to the airport terminal.
Above Copyright Photo (All others by Jetsgo): Jetgo (Australia) Embraer ERJ 135LR VH-JTG (msn 145687) SNN (Malcolm Nason). Image: 908037.
The agreement with the City of Karratha would underpin Jetgo moving up from its current fleet of Embraer ERJ regional jets (above) in the 37 to 50 seat market segment to the larger 88 seat Embraer E175. This is a logical step for our business and builds on five and a half years of jet operations, including domestic airline services along with domestic and international jet charter services.
Current Route Map:
Jetgo (Australia) is a new charter airline that plans to serve the growing mining sector. Formerly operated by FlyMex as XA-AMM and Chautauqua Airlines as N833RP, this 37-seat Embraer ERJ 135LR is now registered as VH-JTG (msn 145687). The charter airline is leasing the aircraft and took delivery at Shannon on March 7-8. The company plans to operate the regional jet into smaller airfields.
Copyright Photo: Malcolm Nason.
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