Soon after independence in 1992 the Bosniak (Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina) Government began operating aircraft for VIP transport. The semi-independent Republika Srpska also formed its own separate Government Aviaton Unit. The Bosniak unit appears to have closed down in 2002.
|1992||Bosniak Government Aviation Unit first established.|
|2002||Bosniak Government Aviation Unit closed down.|
The Government Aviation Unit was used primarily for transporting VIPs to international meetings. It appears to have closed down in 2002.
Bosniak Government aircraft retained the colours of the charter operator.
Aircraft Serial Numbers
All Bosnian government aircraft carried civil registrations in the BH-xxx or T9-xxx series.
Coding system not used
None – Manufacturers designations used
Current Aircraft Inventory
All-Time Aircraft Used List
|Aircraft Type||Quantity||Service Entry||Out of Service||Origin|
|Cessna 500 Citation I||1||1992||2000||ex-JRV|
|Cessna 550 Citation II*||1||?||2002||contractor|
* operated by Air Bosna on behalf of the Bosniak government.
Aircraft NOT Used
False reports of aircraft on order or in service – none known.
To be added.
All aircraft were operated by the Government Aviation Unit.
Current Unit Assignments
Historical Unit Assignments
All-Time Flying Units List
Current Air Bases
All-Time Air Bases Used List
The aircraft were based at Sarajevo Airport.
Bosnia and Hercegovina Aviation Bibliography – to be added
No feature articles known.
To be added.