Baltic Jet Aircompany

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Baltic Jet Aircompany
File:Balticjet Aircompany.jpg
IATA ICAO Callsign
- BJC Baltic Jet
  • Riga, Riga International Airport
  • Moscow, Vnukovo International Airport
Fleet size4
DestinationsCharter flights
HeadquartersRiga, Latvia

Baltic Jet Aircompany [1] or Balticjet is an airline based in Riga, Latvia.[2] It previously operated charter services. Its main base is Riga International Airport. It operates from both Vnukovo International Airport and Riga International Airport.


The company was founded in 2005. It is current member of European Business Aviation Association and Russian United Business Aviation Association. European AOC (aircraft operator certificate) issued by Latvian CAA [3] and Operating License on Air Services issued by Ministry of Transport of Republic of Latvia. Baltic Jet is recognised by ICAO and registered as Aircraft Operating Agency with the designator "BJC" and call sign "Baltic Jet" (ICAO Document 8585, 134th edition).[4]


The Balticjet fleet includes the following aircraft types:[5]

  • Learjet 60
  • Beechcraft Premier I
  • Hawker 800


  2. "Baltic Jet Aircompany Fleet Details and History". Retrieved 2016-02-23.
  3. CAA of Latvia website
  5. Balticjet fleet

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