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Armed Forces Day Celebration 2019 Dates

Armed Forces Day Celebration 2019 Dates

The Department of Defence (DOD) and the South Africa National Defence Force (SANDF) will host the Armed Forces Day Celebration 2019 and the commemoration of the sinking of the SS Mendi in the Western Cape Province. The main parade, which is scheduled to be held on Thursday, 21st February 2019 will be at Blaauwberg strand area. There are various events scheduled leading up to the main parade.

These events include but not limited to the following:

  1. Fan Park opening (Mandela Park Stadium, Khayelitsha) – Saturday, 16 Feb 19
  2. SA Navy Ship Opening to public (V&A Waterfront) – Saturday, 16 Feb 19
  3. Interfaith Church Service (9 SA Infantry Battalion) – Sunday, 17 Feb 19
  4. Legacy Project (Venue TBC) – Monday, 18 Feb 19
  5. Capability Demo Night Shoot (Sunrise Beach, Muizenberg) – Monday, 19 Feb 19
  6.  Wreath Laying Ceremony (University of Cape Town) – Thursday, 21 Feb 19
  7. Main Armed Forces Day Parade (Blaauwberg strand area) – Thursday, 21 Feb 19

Armed Forces Day is a day on which the South African population honours men and women of the South African National Defence Force by affirming its support and gratitude to them for upholding the constitution of the Republic and defending the territorial integrity of the Republic and protecting its people.

Click here to read all about AFD 2018 and AFD Capability Demo 2018

AAD2018 closes off in a spectacular fashion

AAD2018 closes off in a spectacular fashion

The 10th edition of Africa’s premier exhibition of air, land and sea technologies, held 19th-23rd September 2018 – ended on high note with a spectacular showcasing of air-acrobatics gracing the Tshwane skies. The 2018 version of Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD) brought together African and global business leaders and high-ranking military delegations for weeklong engagements and robust discussions on a myriad of topics, notable cyber security and the global contribution to peacekeeping efforts.

President Cyril Ramaphosa certainly signaled his support not only for the event as such, but also for an outreach to our neighbours and captains of the industry around the world and for expanding relationships with them, as AAD was his inaugural opening as the Commander-in-Chief of the South African National Defence Force.

In keeping with this year’s theme of “Unlocking Africa’s aerospace and defence potential”, AAD2018 presented business opportunities on a continental and global front. “The African Aerospace and Defence exhibition offer a massive opportunity for all present to identify areas of synergy and convert them into joint ventures,” the President said.

The exhibition played host to 415 exhibitors from 40 countries, as well as 71 official delegations and attracted over 32000 trade visitors on the three trade days. On the two open days over the long weekend, no less than 55 000 members of the public passed through the gates. This attendance is an example of the growth of the exhibition despite the hard-economic times being faced in South Africa and globally.

Several highlights were witnessed this year and included amongst others:

The Paramount Group’s announcement of the establishment of Paramount South Africa, a transformed Black-Owned Enterprise constituted to provide the future capability requirements of South Africa’s defence, police, border and peacekeeping forces.

Denel showcased its RG41 8×8 armoured, fitted with a 30 mm modular combat turret. The RG41 is a new generation wheeled armoured combat vehicle and a cost-effective solution for clients who require a combination of high mobility, protection and fire power.

Airbus fixed the spotlight on its South African industrial partnerships, alongside its product portfolio.

Some of the returning exhibitors who notably intensified their participation included MILKOR, a South African defence company, which develops and supplies a wide range of defence and security products.

East Africa was also well represented by SAFAT, a division of the military industry corporation MIC- Sudan who exhibited for the second time, showcasing 122 products including static aircraft and their latest technology in Smart Air Surface Pumps guided by GPS known as precision guided bombs (BK-3).

The Airforce of Zimbabwe K-8 Karakorum light attack fighter aircraft was also flown with a support CASA 212 on static display. Squadron 2 was well represented at the show once again as audiences were able to see six Gripens in formation, two Gripens in the mini-war and a solo gripen display flown by Major Geoffrey ‘Spartan’ Cooper and a 2v1 combat routine.

Keeping with tradition, AAD2018 also enabled the unlocking of the potential of South Africa’s youth. AAD’s youth development programme (YDP) ensured that thousands of school learners got exposed to the aerospace and defence technologies on display. They had the opportunity not only to engage with exhibitors, but also to explore career possibilities in the high-technology industry and military environment.

As Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula said: “Since much of the world has already entered the fourth industrial revolution with its nano-technology and artificial intelligence (AI), South Africans should be part of it.”

CAASA, the commercial aviation association of South Africa, was the lead partner for AAD2018. At the close of the exhibition, the baton was handed over to AMD: The South African Aerospace Maritime and Defence Association.

President Ramaphosa observed that AAD is a national asset that has value for many departments and agencies of government and pledged the highest office’s support to this expo as it brings together the largest gathering of the aerospace and defence industry players and buyers.

‘AAD lives by the mandate of showcasing high technologies for the benefit of South Africa, its neighbours and the world at large and so we wish to thank all our exhibitors and sponsors for their contribution to another successful edition. We look forward to welcoming them all back in 2020 on 16 to 20 September” said Leon Dillman, CEO of CAASA in conclusion.

AAD2018 IN NUMBERS:

Number of Exhibitors: 415

Countries Exhibiting: 40

Country Pavilions: 15

Indoor Exhibition: 12687

Outdoor Exhibition: 17409

Aircraft Static: 128

Hospitality Chalets: 40

Public Day: 55063

Trade Visitors: 32538

Countries as visitors: 102

Official Delegation: 71

Media: 287

 

 

Secunda Spring Festival 2018

Secunda Spring Festival 2018

By Charmaine Oliver

The weekend of 5 – 6 October was the end of the annual Secunda Spring Festival.

It was celebrated by Scully and his team with a brilliant display in the Pitt’s Flying Cows.

As usual Secunda did not disappoint with the magical sunset and you could feel the festivity in the air.

On Saturday there was a total of 23 aircraft that participated in the Speed Rally hosted by Secunda Flying Club and SAPFA. A well organised event and the first of its kind. It was enjoyed by skilled pilots and navigators. Herewith are a few photos of the event.

Race results

1st  Race no 15 ZS-CNY Cessna 210 Phil Wakeley & Mary de Klerk
2nd  Race no 1 ZU-CXK Yakolev YAK-52 Jonty Esser Jonathan Esser
3rd  Race no 8 ZU-IHH Van’s Aircraft RV-7A Johannes Jurie & Cor Esterhuizen
4th  Race no 14 ZU-FHZ Van’s Aircraft RV-6A Thys vd Merwe & Bernard Jansen
5th  Race no 2 ZU-FBJ Evektor-Aerotechnik Sportstar Plus Leon Bouttell & Martin Meyer

Shortest route Winner

Race 4 ZS-SOK Cessna 210A Richard van der Heijden & David Bartholomew

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Africa Aerospace and Defence Airshow programme

Africa Aerospace and Defence Airshow programme

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AAD Airshow Programme 22 Sept 2018

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AAD Airshow Programme 23 Sept 2018

 

 

AAD2018 Programme 22 Sept 2018

AAD2018 Programme

Please note the Program can change at any time!

AAD Airshow Programme 22 Sept 2018

SLOTDISPLAYAIRCRAFT TYPE
7:00Early ArrivalsDC-4
Harvards
9:00Powered Paragliders15 x PPGs
Microlights5 x Microlight Trikes
9:20SAAF Hawk Solo Display1 x SAAF Mk 120 Hawk
9:30Combined Aerobatic1 x Slick 540
1 x Extra 300
9:40Rooivalk (Proudly SA)1 x SAAF Rooivalk
AHRLAC Flypast2 x AHRLAC
9:50Kitplanes (Proudly SA)Slings, Slick, Foxbats, TMGs
All Locally Produced AircraftBat Hawks, Wagtails
10:10Rooivalk (Proudly SA)1 x SAAF Rooivalk
AHRLAC Display2 x AHRLAC
10:20ER-24 Air Angels (Cancer)2 x B-105 (Pink) ER-24
Arrival, Flypast and Show StandbyAir Angels
10:30Tailift Cows4 x Pitts Specials
Formation Aerobatic
10:40Alouette II and Alouette III Display1 x SAAF Museum Alouette II
SAAF Museum2 x SAAF Museum Alouette III
10:50Mass Parachute Drop (x 40)SAAF C-130
Civilian and Military Parachutists
11:00Biplane Formo and DisplayAntonov -2
Little Annie and the SchaarmanBoeing Stearman
11:20SAAF Museum Heritage AircraftKudu, Cessna, Puma
Ops Mini-War2 x Alouette III
11:40Unlimited Aerobatics1 x Slick 540
11:50Autogyro Display1 x Wagtail Autogyro
Locally Produced Aircraft
12:00Bathawk Formo2 x Bathawk Microlights
Locally Produced Microlight Aircraft
12:102v1 Air Combat1 x SAAF Hawk
SAAF Fighters2 x SAAF Gripen
12:30SAAF Silver Falcons5 x PC-7 MkIIs
12:50Casa Paradrop - Golden Eagles1 x Casa 212
13:00Tailift Cows4 x Pitts Specials
Formation Aerobatic
13:10L-29 Delfin Tiger Solo DisplayL-29 Delfin
13:20ER-24 Rescue Helicopters2 x B105
Breast Cancer Awareness1 x Emergency Vehicle
13:30K-8 Karakorum (Zimbabwe)1 x K-8 Karakorum
Light Attack Fighter
13:40Biplane Formo and DisplayAntonov -2
Little Annie and the SchaarmanBoeing Stearman
14:00Manhattan Marshmellow DropAntonov -2
Boeing Stearman
14:10AHRLAC Display2 x AHRLAC
(Proudly SA)
14:20SA Mni-War2 x Gripen, 2 x Hawk, A109
SANDF Display2 x Rooivalk,C130, Casa 212
15:00Unlimited Aerobatics1 x Slick 540
15:10DC-4 and Mass Radial Formo1 x DC-4
DC-4 Display12 x Harvards
15:30Puma Energy Flying Lions4 x Harvards
15:40SAAF Silver Falcons5 x PC-7 MkIIs
16:00SAAF Hawk Solo Display1 x SAAF Mk 120 Hawk
16:10Mass Parachute Drop (x 40)SAAF C-130
Civilian and Military Parachutists
16:20C-130 DisplaySAAF C-130
16:30Attack Heli Display1 x Rooivalk
SAAF Attack Helicopter
16:40Gripen Fighter Display1 x Gripen
SAAF Fighter
17:00Tethered Balloons4/5 x Hot Air Balloons
17:15Puma Energy Flying Lions4 x Harvards
17:45Powered Paraglider Night Lights5 x PPGs (lights)
Microlight Lights5 x Microlights (lights)

AAD Airshow Programme 23 Sept 2018

 

 

 

 

 

AAD2018 Programme 23 Sept 2018

AAD2018 Programme

Please note the Program can change at any time!

AAD Airshow Programme 23 Sept 2018

SLOTDISPLAYAIRCRAFT TYPE
7:00Early ArrivalsDC-4
Harvards
9:00Powered Paragliders15 x PPGs
Microlights5 x Microlight Trikes
9:20SAAF Hawk Solo Display1 x SAAF Mk 120 Hawk
9:30Combined Aerobatic1 x Slick 540
1 x Extra 300
9:40Rooivalk (Proudly SA)1 x SAAF Rooivalk
AHRLAC2 x AHRLAC
9:50Kitplanes (Proudly SA)Slings, Slick, Foxbats, TMGs
All Locally Produced AircraftBat Hawks, Wagtails
10:10Autogyro Display1 x Wagtail Autogyro
Locally Produced Aircraft
10:20ER-24 Air Angels (Cancer)2 x B-105 (Pink) ER-24
Arrival, Flypast and Show StandbyAir Angels
10:30Tailift Cows4 x Pitts Specials
Formation Aerobatic
10:40Alouette II and Alouette III Display1 x SAAF Museum Alouette II
SAAF Museum2 x SAAF Museum Alouette III
10:50Mass Parachute Drop (x 40)SAAF C-130
Civilian and Military Parachutists
11:00Biplane Formo and DisplayAntonov -2
Little Annie and the SchaarmanBoeing Stearman
11:20SAAF Museum Heritage AircraftKudu, Cessna, Puma
Ops Mini-War2 x Alouette III
11:40Unlimited Aerobatics1 x Slick 540
11:50Autogyro Display1 x Wagtail Autogyro
Locally Produced Aircraft
12:00Bathawk Formo2 x Bathawk Microlights
Locally Produced Microlight Aircraft
12:102v1 Air Combat1 x SAAF Hawk
SAAF Fighters2 x SAAF Gripen
12:30SAAF Silver Falcons5 x PC-7 MkIIs
12:50SAAF Casa 212 Paradrop andCasa 212
Flypast
13:00Tailift Cows4 x Pitts Specials
Formation Aerobatic
13:10L-29 Delfin Tiger Solo DisplayL-29 Delfin
13:20ER-24 Rescue Helicopters2 x B105
Breast Cancer Awareness1 x Emergency Vehicle
13:30K-8 Karakorum (Zimbabwe)1 x K-8 Karakorum
Light Attack Fighter
13:40Biplane Formo and DisplayAntonov -2
Little Annie and the SchaarmanBoeing Stearman
14:00Manhattan Marshmellow DropAntonov -2
Boeing Stearman
14:10AHRLAC Display2 x AHRLAC
(Proudly SA)
14:20SA Mni-War2 x Gripen, 2 x Hawk, A109
SANDF Display2 x Rooivalk,C130, Casa 212
15:00Unlimited Aerobatics1 x Slick 540
15:10DC-4 and Mass Radial Formo1 x DC-4
DC-4 Display12 x Harvards
15:30Puma Energy Flying Lions4 x Harvards
15:40SAAF Silver Falcons5 x PC-7 MkIIs
16:00SAAF Hawk Solo Display1 x SAAF Mk 120 Hawk
16:10Mass Parachute Drop (x 40)SAAF C-130
Civilian and Military Parachutists
16:30Attack Heli Display1 x Rooivalk
SAAF Attack Helicopter
16:40Departure Slot Buffer
16:50Grande Finale1 x Gripen
Pipers and Parade
17:00Gripen - Hawk Flypast8 x Gripen
1 x Hawk
17:10Golden Eagles1 x Casa 212
Paradrop and Scroll Handover
17:15Silver Falcons Night Display
SAAF Fighter
17:30Gripen Fighter Sunset Display
SAAF Fighter
17:45Tethered Balloons4/5 x Hot Air Balloons
18:00Powered Paraglider Night Lights5 x PPGs (lights)
Microlight Lights5 x Microlights (lights)

AAD Airshow Programme 22 Sept 2018

ATO hosts exclusive school Open Days

ATO hosts exclusive school Open Days

Nelspruit, 11 September, 2018

Almost 30 Hoërskool Nelspruit (NHS) aviation enthusiasts visited the Kishugu® Aviation Training Organisation (ATO) on Friday, 07 September for an opportunity to fly sky high.
NHS was the first of several high schools identified in the Mpumalanga region as part of an aviation career awareness campaign to approach schools directly and address the global pilot shortage.
The aviation industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world due to rapid growth, but it might not have the pilots available to keep up with this growth.

“To become a proficient pilot, ready to offer a valuable contribution to this dynamic field, takes time,” says Head of Kishugu® ATO, Carel van der Merwe. “Amidst an ongoing wave of retirements and a steady supply of experienced crews is unlikely to be depleted. To fill this gap, the industry showed a great need for quality training academies to help train pilots for the future. And this is where Kishugu® ATO, based in Mbombela, plays a vital role,” says Carel.

After the huge success of sponsoring two pupils for the Mr. and Ms. NHS campaign, word quickly spread among the scholars on the possibilities of starting a career in aviation.

During the NHS open day, students and their parents were welcomed by Carel, and his team of flight instructors, and given a quick pre-flight check before taking to the skies in one of our four aircraft available.
After touching down on the ground, Carel presented a quick informative talk on the options of obtaining your Private Pilots Licence (PPL) and the various ways the flight school could assist parents in making their child’s dream a reality.
With adrenaline still spiking through their veins, the scholars were taken to Kishugu® Aviation FFA AMO 1116, where they got the opportunity to view another possible aviation career option as a aviation engineer. Scholars got to see how these aircraft engineers went to work on the various aircraft types while explaining to the learners what school subjects they chose when they started their careers.
Hannes van Zyl, HOD of FFA AMO 1116, elaborated on the various engineer maintenance careers they could specialise in, from avionics to flight test pilots , all possible when choosing a career as a Aeronautical Engineering. Many of the scholars were even interested in doing shadow work at the AMO during the upcoming school holidays. “Shadowing is the perfect opportunity for learners to get a real sense of what it would be to work on aircraft as a possible career,” says Hannes.

Jayden Joubert, a Grade 12 learner could not contain his excitement after his flight during the open day. “It was such an amazing experience. I never thought this was something I wanted to do with my life, but the flying bug has definitely bitten me,” he says. “The AMO was also very nice to see, especially how organised they were, it was very interesting to see them working on the Huey’s,” he concluded.

“Open days like these offer the best opportunity to young learners to experience exactly what flying entails and if it is a career path they would like to follow,” says Carel. “Many scholars are not always sure what they want to do after school, and experiencing this first hand helps them realise if their heart belongs in the sky.”

Kishugu SAPS Students graduate from ATO

Kishugu SAPS Students graduate from ATO

Nelspruit, 11 September, 2018

The Kishugu Aviation Training Organisation (ATO) bids farewell to the South African Police Service (SAPS) female students. A delegation from the SAPS training division visiting Kishugu Aviation on Friday, 30 August, for the final debrief on the training of this dynamic group of female pilots.

The nine young ladies were selected by the South African Police Service to become pilots for the SAPS air wing. The cost of their training was met by the Transport Education Training Authority (TETA).

Kishugu SAPS Students graduate from ATO

Kishugu SAPS Students graduate from ATO

 Tshomarelo Moima (24) from Pretoria, Tebogo Boshielo (22) from Pretoria, Linah Mphanga (25) from Hazyview, Mpumalanga, Happiness Sibiya (22) from Mpumalanga, Lindelwa Mdaki (22) from Durban, Usisipho Fanie (26) from Western Cape, Gloria Banda (21) from Danville Pretoria and Tobeka Shozi (20) from Pietermaritzburg, KZN.

“We are extremely proud of these young ladies and very happy with Kishugu on the sterling job of training these ladies. We will definitely be using Kishugu again to train more pilots, perhaps as early as January 2019,” says Major General Gossmann.

Their success is all the more remarkable since many of them did not have a driver’s license, nor had any of them ever been in light aircraft before their training began.
They were selected as part of a SAPS initiative aimed at skills development and creating jobs. Kishugu ATO won the contract to train the pilots after an extremely tough tender vetting process.

Since arriving at Kishugu ATO in April 2016 these women have been taking to the skies on almost a daily basis building hours and experience. To date the women accumulated over 2,200 hours of flying. Kishugu will now engage further with TETA and the SAPS on possibly recruiting more pilots in the future to be trained.

2018 Eswatini Airshow 

2018 Eswatini Air show

Aviation Central’s Jarryd was not Media for the Weekend, that was done By Flippie. Jarryd was part of the Little Annie crew. (Jarryd holds a PPL and is busy with his Com)
They flew Annie in on Friday morning and took the local youth for a scenic flight around the Airport.

The Show was organized in a very short time and bad weather prohibited airshow aircraft to reach the Airport.  The only aircraft that flew was Little Annie, an Atlas Angel, Huey chopper and an R44. The R44 also did the flipping of spectators. Group of 8 Skydivers also entertained the large crowd from Young to old.

Stage with a Band and DJ was also part of the entertainment. The King of Swaziland’s two Aircraft was also visible to the left. Show day turned out nice, but windy. The airport has a spectacular tower and terminal building.  A New hi-way is being constructed linking the King Mswati III International Airport to the nearest town (Matsapha).

Johan Heine was the FDD for the show and made the best of what he had to work with. Listening to Johan Heine and Brian Emmenis from Capital Sounds talk about the 2019 Swaziland Airshow indicates that they are going to pull out all they can to insure for a spectacular 2019 show.

Hopefully, the 2019 show will attract more South African Media as Aviation Central was the only South African Media at the show. The Swazi people took good care of us and provided excellent accommodation close too Matsapha Airport. Aviation Central will be back for Swaziland international Airshow 2019.

About King Mswati III International Airport

Construction for the Airport began in 2003 on this $150m project. The Taiwanese government contributed USD 22m to the project.It is part of King Mswati III’s $1bn millennium project investment initiative to enhance Swaziland’s position as a tourist destination, serving as a tourism gateway to Swaziland’s game parks. However, it has been on the drawing board since 1980. There are also environmental concerns since Sikhupe is near Hlane game park, and may put rare species of eagles and vultures at risk. King Mswati III International Airport was planned to replace Matsapha airport by 2010, with the latter being taken over by the army. King Mswati III International Airport was inaugurated on 7 March 2014.

Facilities at King Mswati III International Airport

Airport has a 3,600m CAT 1 runway and capacity for 300,000 passengers per year. It would be able to handle Boeing 747 aircraft, and service flights to any destination in the world. Coordinates to King Mswati III International Airport 26°21′24″S 031°43′01″ECoordinates: 26°21′24″S 031°43′01″E

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AAD 2018 Aircraft List

AAD 2018 Aircraft List

For all those airshow Fan’s out there, we are compiling an unofficial list of aircraft to attend AAD2018.  Please not that this list is unofficial at this stage and can change at any time. 
We will soon be indicating if they will be flying or static.

Note:

#AAD2018 preliminary Aircraft list. We will update the list as we get closer to AAD.
Please note this is not the final list. The list currently excludes normal SA airshow aircraft that will be added later. More international aircraft also to be added once confirmed.
To view list on the official AAD2018 site click here

Aircraft Company / Air force/CountryFlyingStaticNumber of Aircraft
Harbin Y-12Zambia Airforce1
Hongdu L-15Zambia Airforce2
MA-60Zambia Airforce1
ParagliderVarious TBC
Seeker SB7L-360AUSA1
Boeing C17 GlobemasterUS Airforce1
Boeing KC135 TankerUS AirforceCanceled
Boeing P8-PoseidonUS Airforce1
C130J-30US Airforce1
LC-130 SnowbirdUS Airforce1
RQ-7 ReaperUS Airforce1
Extreme Air XA41Team Extreme/Century Avionics1
MX2Team Extreme/Century Avionics1
Cows Pitts Specials S2sTaillifts Cows RSA4
H125 'Squirrel'SV Aviation1
SAFAT AK-3SAFAT02Sudan1
SAFAT03Sudan1
Bell 212Starlite Aviation1
MD500EStarlite Aviation1
Douglas DC4Skyclass1
Enstrom 280FXSAFAMOR1
Enstrom 480BSAFAMOR2
MD500SAFAMOR1
PA28-180SAFAMOR1
PA31-310SAFAMOR1
Alouette IISAAF Museum2
Alouette IIISAAF Museum2
Atlas C4.M KuduSAAF Museum1
BosbokSAAF Museum1
Cessna C185SAAF Museum1
SA330 PumaSAAF Museum1
PC7MKIISAAF CFS5
Silver FalconsSAAF CFS5
Hawk MK120SAAF 85 Combat Flying School5
CASA 212SAAF 44 Squadron2
Beechcraft King Air 250SAAF 41 Squadron1
Cessna C208A CaravanSAAF 41 Squadron2
C47TPSAAF 35 SquadronTBC
C130BZSAAF 28 Squadron3
LynxSAAF 22 SquadronTBC
Gripen JAS39C/DSAAF 2 Squadron9
RooivalkSAAF 16 Squadron3
BK117SAAF 15 Squadron 'c' Flt2
Agusta A109LUHSAAF3
OryxSAAF3
Agusta A119SA Red Cross1
Antonov ?Russia1
Russian HelicopterRussia1
Motor GliderRSA2
Robinson R44RSA1
Robinson R66RSA1
Sling 2RSA1
Aerospatiale GazellePrivateTBC
BathawkPrivate7
Boeing StearmanPrivate1
Glider JS1Private2
Hot Air Balloons Private3
Impala MK1Private1
Jet GliderPrivateTBC
L39Private1
Raven 500Private1
Slick 540Private1
Wagtail GyroPrivate1
AhrlacParamount Group RSA2
FennecParamount Group RSATBC
T6 HarvardsMuseum,Puma,Harvard Club RSA12
Antonov 2 Just Love Mission1
Mahindra Aerospace GA AirvanIndiaTBC
Gulfstream G600Gulfstream USA1
Dassualt Falcon 8XFrance1
Bell 230Execujet1
Gulfstream IIIExecujet1
King Air 200 GTExecujet1
Diamond 62MPPDiamond Aircraft Austria1
Diamond DA40NGDiamond Aircraft Austria1
Denel Cheetah DDenel RSA1
EmbraerBrazilTBC
Bombardier Global 6000Bombardier Canada1
CASA 212Airforce of Zimbabwe1
K8Airforce of Zimbabwe2
Airbus A320neoAirbus 1
Airbus H125Airbus 2
Airbus H135Airbus 1
Airbus H215MAirbus 1