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Beech King Air 200 registration Z3-BAB. (photo, Igor Bozinovski)

Current Title: Vladina Avijacija na Republika Makedonija
Title in English: Macedonian Government Aviation
Abbreviation: Not applicable


Narrative Summary:
The Macedonian Government Aviation operates two aircraft, a Learjet 25B and Learjet 60. The Learjet 25B and a King Air 200 were part of the Macedonian inventory since the Republic of Macedonia was a part of Yugoslavia. Unfortunately, the King Air was lost in an accident in early 2004, and the Learjet 60 was obtained as a replacement. All aircraft carry civilian markings.

Key Dates:
1976    Establishment of Macedonian Government Aviation unit.

Current Status:
The Macedonian Government Aviation aircraft are used primarily for VIP transport and for calibrating ground based radar stations.

Future Plans:
Macedonian Government hopes to replace the current fleet with new aircraft in the near future. It is believed that the single Yak-40 Codling that will be delivered from Yugoslavia to the Macedonian Air Force will became part of Macedonian Government Aviation and will be used for transport of Macedonian VIPs.


National Insignia:

        Fuselage sidesFin Flash
The national flag is carried as a fin flash. All aircraft carry the Macedonian Coat of Arms on the fuselage sides and the service title MACEDONIA in Latin lettering on the upper fuselage sides.

Aircraft Serial Numbering System(s):
All Macedonian Government Aviation aircraft carry civilian registrations in the Z3-BAx series.

Unit/Base Aircraft Code System(s):
Coding system not used


Aircraft Designation System(s):
None - Manufacturers designations used

Current Aircraft Inventory:
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Aircraft Type Total
Role Origin
Bombardier Learjet 60 1 1 VIP Transport USA
Gates Learjet 25B 1 1 VIP Transport USA

All-Time Aircraft Used List:
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Aircraft Type Quantity Service Entry Retirement Origin
Beech King Air 200 1 198? Feb 2004 USA
Bombardier Learjet 60 1 2005 current USA
Gates Learjet 25B 1 1976 current USA

Aircraft NOT Used:
Reports that a Dassault Falcon 2000EX would be leased from the USA in 2004 to replace the King Air proved to be unfounded.


Main Headquarters:
Petrovec Airport, near Skopje.

Current Organisational Structure:
All aircraft are based at Petrovec Airport, near Skopje.

Current Order of Battle:
Not applicable.

Historical Orders of Battle:
Not applicable.

All-Time Flying Units List:
Not applicable.

Air Bases

Current Air Bases:
All aircraft are based at Petrovec Airport, near Skopje.

All-Time Air Bases Used List:
To be added

More Information


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Scramble - Dutch Aviation Society

Dragan Kostadinov Website

Thanks to Igor Bozinovski for updating this information.

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First Created: 31 October 2001 - Last Revised: 15 September 2005
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