Cello ABJ delivered

Cello BAe 146 G-RAJJ

Cello BAe 146 G-RAJJ arrives at Birmingham (Gordon Stretch)

Cello Aviation took delivery of BAe 146-200 G-RAJJ (msn E2108 ex G-CFDH) and flew her to her new base at Birmingham International on April 28, following two days of check flights at Southend. Cello was established by UK-based Gill Group, initially under the name Altivo Jet Services. It acquired the 146 from BAE Systems last fall, and had her converted to a 46-seat executive shuttle configuration by Inflite at Southend. Cello hopes to fill a gap in the European air transport charter market by offering a luxury product rather than the ”commuter airline” interiors arrangements that are typical in this size range. The 146 will now be used for route proving flights before departing for the EBACE show in Genève on May 2.

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