Slovenia's Aero4M gets new jet

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

The Slovenian airline Aero4M, founded by local Slovenian aviation experts and the French Regourd Aviation Management team, is to take delivery of a Embraer E145 aircraft (registered S5-ACJ). The jet, previously operated by Luxembourg's Luxair, is almost seventeen years old. Founded in 2008, originally as a line and base maintenance company for helicopters, Aero4M developed into an airline and Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) in 2012 when it received an Air Operator's Certificate (AOC). Aero4M currently operates a mix of Falcon 900s, Embraer E135s and ATR42s aircraft, mainly in Central Africa.


  1. Now with oil back at such a low price, I expect that lots of E145s will be given a second chance at life at smaller airlines and also in developing markets.


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