Cello begins operations

Eighteen months of hard work were rewarded when Cello Aviation received its AOC from the United Kingdom’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on 9 July. The airline operated its first charter with BAe 146-200 G-RAJJ (msn E2108) a scant three days later, with a light to Germany on behalf of a car manufacturer in support of a new vehicle launch. G-RAJJ is configured with a 46-seat cabin. 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.

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