Formed and started operations in 2002. Scheduled, domestic, regional & international, passenger & cargo jet airplane services plus wet-leasing (ACMI) services throughout Africa and the Middle East.
P O Box 1312
Lanseria 1748, South Africa.
SOUTH AFRICA (REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1910. THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ARE: AFRIKAANS, & ENGLISH. IT COVERS AN AREA OF 1.12M SQ KM. THE POPULATION IS 44 MILLION. THE CAPITAL CITY IS PRETORIA.
June 2014: CemAir ((IATA) Code: 5Z, based at Johannesburg O R Tambo) (KEM) is set to become the largest operator of the CRJ-100 in the whole of Africa with news it has acquired sixteen CRJ-100ERs formerly with now defunct Delta Air Lines (DAL) subsidiary, Comair (USA) (COI). These CRJ-100s are currently in storage at Kingman, Arizona, USA.
The transaction includes airplanes, engines and parts and will see CenAir (KEM)'s fleet grow to more than >10 airplanes over the next year. "CemAir (KIEM) will return the airplanes to service over a period of around a year as the airplanes are brought to South Africa for registration, certification and removal of the Delta (DAL) livery. Five of the airplanes will be placed on contract operations beyond the borders of South Africa and three of the airplanes will operate in South Africa, enhancing the Company’s growing scheduled network and servicing existing charter customers." The other airplanes will either be parted out or sold to be parted out according to (KEM)'s (CEO), Miles van der Molen.
Of the three existing CRJ-100s in its fleet, one is currently on wet-lease to Senegal Airlines (IATA) Code: DN, based at Dakar) (SNG). CemAir also operates Beech 1900Cs and Beech 1900Ds on scheduled services to Margate, Plettenberg Bay, Sishen, and Cape Town.
(IATA) Code: 5Z. (ICAO) Code: KEM.
Main Base: Johannesburg Oliver Reginald Tambo International (JNB).
CemAir (KEM) currently operates 19 airplanes to 5 destinations, 4 routes and 2 daily flights.