Soon after independence in 1992 the Bosnian Serb (Republika Srpska) Government began operating aircraft for VIP transport.
|1992||Bosnian Serb Government Aviation Unit established.|
The Government Aviation Unit is used primarily to transport VIPs to international meetings.
Bosnian Serb Government aircraft carry the red and white shield insignia of the Bosnian Serbs on the fuselage, and the national flag on the fin. Serb aircraft also the country title ‘Republic of Srpska’ in English on the starboard side of the fuselage and in Serbian on the port side.
Aircraft Serial Numbers
All government aircraft carry civilian registrations in the T9-xxx or, more recently, the E7-xxx series.
Coding system not used
None – Manufacturers designations used
Current Aircraft Inventory
|Aircraft Type||Total Del’d||Total Active||Still on Order||Role|
|Cessna 500 Citation I||1||1||0||VIP Transport|
|Cessna 525 CitationJet CJ1+||1||1||0||VIP Transport|
All-Time Aircraft Used List
|Aircraft Type||Quantity||Service Entry||Out of Service||Origin|
|Cessna 500 Citation I||1||1992||current||Yugoslavia|
|Cessna 525 CitationJet CJ1+||1||2008||current||USA|
Aircraft NOT Used
False reports of aircraft on order or in service – none known.
To be added.
All aircraft are operated by the Government Aviation Unit.
Current Unit Assignments
Historical Unit Assignments
All-Time Flying Units List
Current Air Bases
The aircraft are based at Banja Luka.
All-Time Air Bases Used List
Bosnia and Hercegovina Aviation Bibliography – to be added
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