|Boeing 737-500 LZ-BOR seen at Schiphol on
13 May 2005. (photo, Sven Pipjorke)
Boeing 737-500 * Current *
One Boeing 737-548 obtained from Air France and delivered in April 2005. Used by the Government for VIP transport. Also used by Bulgaria Air on scheduled flights.
|LZ-BOR||25165/2463||F-GJUA||29 April 2005|
|Falcon 50 LZ-OII seen at Athens-Hellinikon on
9 February 2001. (photo, Bill Kottokas)
Dassault Falcon 50 * Retired *
One Falcon 50 obtained new from manufacturer in 1999. Used by the Government for VIP transport. Replaced by Falcon 2000 in December 2001.
|(LZ-OIO)||088||F-GYOL||n/a||Registration ntu, to F-GYOL June 1999.|
|LZ-OII||097||N33GQ||1999||to N597FJ Aug 2001|
|Falcon 2000 LZ-OOI seen at Nuremberg on
30 May 2005. (photo, Thomas N.F. Niepal)
Dassault Falcon 2000 * Current *
One Falcon 2000 obtained new from manufacturer in December 2001. Used by the Government for VIP transport.
|Il-18D LZ-BEA seen at Malta-Luqa on
26 August 1991. (photo, Joseph Tonna)
Ilyushin Il-18D * Retired *
One Il-18D borrowed from Balkan Bulgarian Airlines in the 1980s. Used by the Government for VIP transport.
|LZ-BEA||188010802||?||del'd to Balkan Bulgarian Airlines 17 Nov 1968, wfu 23 Sept 1997 at Varna|
|Mi-8 LZ-CAE seen at Albena on 18 August 1980.
(photo, Tony Edlind)
Mil Mi-8/Mi-17 Hip * Current *
At least eight Mi-8P/Mi-8S delivered from ? They wore the livery of Balkan Bulgarian Airlines and carried civil registrations. LZ-CAT was retrofitted with a weather radar to enhance flight safety, for use by the head of state. Supplemented by a more modern Mi-17 obtained from the air force in January 1996. Used by the Government for VIP transport.
|LZ-CAB||10309||?||Mi-8S, to civil|
|LZ-CAC||10308||1974?||Mi-8P, to civil, w/o 15 Aug 1996 Maldives|
|LZ-CAE||10312||?||Mi-8P, to civil|
|LZ-CAG||10315||?||Mi-8S, last noted June 1998|
|LZ-CAK||10316||1981?||Mi-8P, to civil June 1992, w/o 26 Jan 1999 Maldives|
|LZ-CAM||10318||?||Mi-8S, to civil 1994|
|LZ-CAP||10320||?||Mi-8P, to civil, w/o 8 Jan 1994 Maldives|
|LZ-CAT||10319*||?||Mi-8S, last noted Jan 2005|
|LZ-FAA||103M10||Jan 1996||Mi-17, Former air force serial 410.|
|Tu-134A LZ-TUG seen at Berlin-Schonefeld in
November 1999. (photo, Oliver Wendt)
Tupolev Tu-134A * Current *
One Tu-134A borrowed from Balkan Bulgarian Airlines as required. Replaced by a second aircraft from the same source in 1995. Used by the Government for VIP transport.
|LZ-TUG||49858||OK-BYT||?||del'd Balkan Bulgarian Airlines 1983, Govt use by 31 July 1995, last noted Jan 2005|
|LZ-TUK||1351209||?||del'd Balkan Bulgarian Airlines by 1971, wfu by April 1995 Sofia|
|Tu-154M LZ-BTZ at Sao Paulo on 15 January 2005.
(photo, Fabio Laranjiera - Contato Radar)
Tupolev Tu-154 * Current *
One Tu-154M obtained from Balkan Bulgarian Airlines by June 1999. Supplemented by borrowing of a Tu-154B on special occasions from December 1999. Used by the Government for VIP transport.
|LZ-BTK||82760013.76A-144||?||Tu-154B, del'd Balkan Bulgarian Airlines Mar 1976, Govt use by Dec 1999, last noted Sept 2002|
|LZ-BTZ||88A-781||?||Tu-154M, del'd Balkan Bulgarian Airlines by July 1998, Govt use by June 1999, last noted Jan 2005|
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