Charter carrier Eurojet has received the first of two Boeing 737-400s and is preparing to launch long-haul flights with a 767-300ER. The Basle-based airline will use the 737s - the first of which is ex-British Airways - on holiday flights to southern Europe and northern Africa from the Franco-Swiss airport for travel agent parent companies Avione Travel and Long-haul flights to Brazil, Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Mexico with the 767 will start by the end of the year.

Source: Flight International