Danish operator Jet Time will use its new fleet of six ATR 72-600 turboprops on behalf of SAS Scandinavian Airlines. Jet Time has taken delivery of the first aircraft from Denmark-based leasing company Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC). It operates a fleet of Boeing 737-300 and -700s. The ATR 72-600s will be assigned to Nordic routes to feed the SAS network as part of a commercial arrangement between SAS and Jet Time, and will operate in SAS livery. All six turboprops will be handed over ...

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