Partners in Flight
BRITISHJET is growing its network and offering passengers more choice thanks to airline & service partnerships and the list is growing! We have a number of code share agreements, fifth freedom route rights and a regional operations partnership - offering a UK domestic network with more choice and connections than any other.
In July 2017, BRITISHJET commenced a codeshare agreement with Royal Brunei.
We began operating twice weekly services from Manchester and London to Brunei - directly, in partnership with Royal Brunei Airlines. BRITISHJET Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft are used on these flights.
Passengers arriving into London & Manchester from Brunei can connect to the BRITISHJET & Regional Airlines network.
At Brunei, passengers can connect to the following services operated by Royal Brunei Airlines under a code share agreement -
Melbourne, Surabaya, Kota Kinabalu, Manila, Jeddah, Seoul & Ho Chi Minh City.
From October 2018, BRITISHJET will commence onward flights to Sydney - Australia as part of its partnership with Royal Brunei. This will see the twice weekly flight to Brunei continue to Sydney and return to London from Sydney via Brunei.
In 2017, BRITISHJET entered a code share partnership with Air Greenland.
BRITISHJET operates 3 weekly services from London to Kangerlussaq - Greenland's main international airport.
Flights are operated on BRITISHJET aircraft carrying both BRITISHJET and Air Greenland flight numbers.
Passengers arriving into London from Greenland can connect to the BRITISHJET network.
At Kangerlussaq, passengers can connect to the following services operated by Air Greenland under a code share agreement -
Aasiaat, Ilulissat, Maniitsoq, Narsarsuaq, Nerlerit Inaat, Nuuk & Sisimiut.
Regional Airlines UK is a wholly owned subsidiary of the BRITISHJET group. It currently operates point to point domestic services within the UK and beyond - as well as Government funded POS (Public Obligation Services) under the Regional Air Connectivity Funding Scheme.
In May 2018, Regional Airlines UK established a new base in the British Virgin Islands - connecting Beef Island’s JAGS McCartney airport twice daily with Miami in the USA. At Miami, passengers can connect to daily flights to London operated by BRITISHJET.
Regional Airlines UK also operates a number shuttle flights on behalf of BRITISHJET, feeding it’s main hub at London Stansted. From here passengers can connect to the wider BRITISHJET network.
The carrier has its own website separate to that of BRITISHJET and it can be reached via the below link.