Our Story

"You do know, you are now able to send Jetpackages in the cargo hold of our planes."

SAS flygplan och Adena pickos budbil

ANNOUNCED ON TV BY THEN HEAD OF LINJEFLYG AIRLINE COMPANY, WELL-KNOWN SWEDISH BUSINESSMAN JAN CARLZON, FORMER CEO OF SAS GROUP.

The year was 1979 and the Jetpak idea was born. At first, Jetpak was limited to transport from one airport to another. But customers also needed transport to and from the airports. The result was a cooperation between courier service AdenaPicko’s and Jetpak. This happened in 1986 and 5 years later AdenaPicko’s became a part of Jetpak.

Today Jetpak is a strong brand with more than 30 years of experience in the transport industry. Below we have listed highlights from the history of Jetpak during three decades.

 

1979 Jetpak is founded by Linjeflyg. It was called Jetpaket at the time.

1986 Linjeflyg buys into courier company AdenaPicko's in Sweden. Braathens opens Jetpak in Norway.

1987 Widerøe becomes a part of Jetpak.

1989 Jetpaket changes name to Jetpak and begins transporting between the Nordic countries.

1991 Jetpak AB is founded.

1993 Bilspedition buys Jetpak.

1995 SAS becomes the new owner of Jetpak.

1997 Jetpak begins freight transports to the whole world and opens Jetpak Denmark.

2006 SAS sells Jetpak to Accen Equity and Polaris Equity. Jetpak Finland is established.

2009 Jetbud Oslo and Bergen open.

2010 Jetpak establishes subsidiary company in Gothenburg.

2011 Jetpak opens and expands in Estonia and the Baltic region.

2012 Jetpak Copenhagen (courier services) is established and Jetpak is now owned in total by Polaris Equity.

2013 Jetbud Oslo and Bergen become independent companies.

2015 Jetpak opens offices in the United Kingdom: Aberdeen, Birmingham, Manchester and London Heathrow and in the greater Benelux area: Amsterdam, Brussels and Düsseldorf. 

2017 Jetpak opens offices in Poland; Warszawa, Gdansk, Poznan and Wroclaw.