Comlux is an aviation company based in Switzerland, headquartered in Zürich. It provides services in fields of aircraft operations and charter management, aircraft sales and acquisitions, maintenance and upgrades.

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IATA ICAO Callsign
Fleet size22
HeadquartersZürich, Switzerland
Key peopleRichard Gaona, Joseph Huber, Arnaud Martin
Employees300 - 500

Comlux AviationEdit

Comlux Aviation provides exclusive aircraft operations and management services to VIP customers. With 5 Airbus ACJ Family aircraft in the fleet, Comlux Aviation is the largest Airbus VIP operator worldwide. Comlux Aviation also operates one of the largest fleets of Bombardier business aircraft and since September 2011 it has operated a VIP Boeing 767BBJ available for charter. Comlux operates commercially under 4 AOC: 9H Malta, P4 Aruba, UP Kazakhstan and T7 San Marino. Comlux Aviation commercial offices are located in Zürich, Moscow, Almaty and Hong Kong. OneAbove by Comlux provides VIP charter solutions with the Comlux Aviation fleet and its networks of accredited worldwide operators.


Comlux operates a fleet of several corporate and VIP configured aircraft of the following types:

The aircraft are split worldwide including airline's operational bases at Malta International Airport,[3] Almaty Airport,[2] and Vnukovo International Airport.

In early 2015 it was announced that Comlux had ordered two Boeing 737 Max 8 Business Jets.[5]

In February 2016 Comlux announced a new order for 3 ACJ320neo powered by CFM International Leap-1A engines.[6]

Comlux ArubaEdit

Comlux Aruba
IATA ICAO Callsign
HubsQueen Beatrix International Airport
Fleet size2
Parent companyComlux (100%)

The Comlux Aruba fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of August 2019):[7]

Comlux KazakhstanEdit

Comlux Kazakhstan
IATA ICAO Callsign
Commenced operations2008
HubsAlmaty International Airport
Fleet size8
Parent companyComlux (100%)
HeadquartersAlmaty, Kazakhstan

Comlux Kazakhstan (Comlux KZ) is a fully owned subsidiary of Comlux and operates charter and business flights out of its base of Almaty. The Comlux Kazakhstan fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of August 2017):[8]

Current FleetEdit

Comlux Kazakhstan Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Passengers Notes
Airbus A321-200 (CJ) 1 0 (as of August 2019)[9]
Airbus A330-200 (CJ) 1 0 (as of August 2019)[9]
Bombardier Challenger 850 1 0
Embraer Legacy 650 4 0
Sukhoi Superjet 100-95SBJ 1 0 (as of August 2019)[9]

Former FleetEdit

The airline fleet previously included:

Comlux MaltaEdit

Current FleetEdit

The Comlux Malta fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of August 2019):[10]

Comlux Malta Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Passengers Notes
Airbus A318-100 (CJ) 1 0
Airbus A319-100 (CJ) 1 0
Airbus A320-200neo (CJ) 1 0

Former fleetEdit

The airline previously operated the following aircraft (as of August 2017):[11]

Comlux CompletionEdit

Comlux Completion, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, is the completion center dedicated to large VIP aircraft cabins. The center is approved by Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier Inc.. During the summer of 2012 Comlux Completion opened its new hangar facility at Indianapolis International Airport.

Comlux also is a maintenance and refurbishment facility. It is approved to perform work on Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Gulfstream aircraft.

Comlux TransactionEdit

Comlux Transaction team is based in Zürich and is in charge of purchasing, selling and leasing of VIP aircraft. The team has a network with the business aviation community and with financial institutions.


  1. ^ Comlux Aviation code data at
  2. ^ a b Comlux Kazakhstan code data and fleet list at
  3. ^ a b Comlux Malta code data and fleet list at
  4. ^ "Comlux to be Launch Customer for Sukhoi Business Jet".
  5. ^ "Comlux Selects BBJ". Airliner World: 16. February 2015.
  6. ^ "Airbus Home". Archived from the original on 2016-02-03. Retrieved 2016-02-02.
  7. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2019 (Part One)". Airliner World: 4. October 2019.
  8. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2018 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2018): 19.
  9. ^ a b c "Global Airline Guide 2019 (Part One)". Airliner World. October 2019: 18.
  10. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2019 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2019): 20.
  11. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2017 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2017): 20.

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