A319 CJ - CFM
TwinJet is the UK’s longest running private jet operator. It was formed in 1982 and is based at London Luton airport. TwinJet was the first UK operator of the A319CJ, using the aircraft to fly celebrities and dignitaries to locations worldwide.
French Air Force
Assigned to the GAEL (Groupe Aerien d'Entrainement et de Liaison), the Armee de l'Air (French Air Force) uses the A319CJ for transporting of the President, Prime Minister and other government officials. The aircraft is officially based at Villacoublay-Velizy but usually operates from Paris-Orly.
Italian Air Force
The Aeronautica Militare (Italian Air Force) A319CJs are operated by 31° Stormo, based at Rome Ciampino airport. They are used for VIP transport, with passengers including the Italian Prime Minister and even the Pope. The aircraft can be converted to an Air Ambulance, allowing it to be used for Medevac or Casvac missions.
RAF Transport (fictional)
A fictional aircraft, this A319CJ is based on the RAF Transport Tristar, VC-10 and KC-30s. Operating as part of the newly reformed 10 Squadron, this aircraft would be used for troop transport, VIP duties and Medevac missions.
RAF Royal Flight (fictional)
Another fictional aircraft, this A319CJ would operate with 32 Squadron, based at RAF Northolt. Taking over from the aging BAe 146, the A319CJ would be used for the transport of royalty or government dignitaries.
A319 CJ - IAE
The Luftwaffe (German Air Force) took delivery of two A319CJs in June 2010. They form part of the ‘Special Air Mission Wing’ and can be configured for VIP or medevac operations. The aircraft feature secure communication and information systems and a special oxygen system for use on high-altitude routes.
PrivatAir is a Swiss-based business aviation group. Its headquarters are in Geneva, with operating bases in Dusseldorf, Munich, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Zurich. PrivatAir have over thirty years of experience and its clients include celebrities, businessmen and royalty.
Owned by the Qatari government, this aircraft is used for VIP charters and transport of the royal family. Despite not being operationally connected to Qatar Airways, the Qatar Amiri aircraft use the same livery design. Other aircraft owned by Qatar Amiri include a Boeing 747SP and a C-17 Globemaster III.