Sevenair Air Services

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IATA ICAO Callsign
HubsCascais Aerodrome
Fleet size3
HeadquartersCascais, Portugal

Sevenair Air Services, formerly branded Aero VIP, is a Portuguese regional airline headquartered in Cascais Aerodrome, western Lisbon. It operates domestic regional routes within mainland Portugal and also offers additional aviation services and non-scheduled operations in third countries. It is part of Sevenair Group, one of the biggest aeronautical groups operating in Portugal, which provides the following services: air transportation (regional and non-scheduled), aerial works, flying school, and aircraft maintenance. [1]


Before integrating the Sevenair Group, the airline was named AeroVip, of which it still maintains in 2019 the callsign and codes (WV/RVP).



Aero VIP Dornier 228

The Sevenair fleet includes the following aircraft:[3]

Airline :

Air Services :

Air Academy : [4]

Accidents and incidents[edit]

  • On 2 December 2010, an Aero VIP Dornier Do 228, registration CS-TGG, flight 854 on a domestic route (Lisbon-Vila Real-Bragança), was on final approach to Braganca (LPBG) around 17:20 local time. There was snowfall and fog at the time. The airplane got too low and the nose gear cut a power line. The crew went around and landed the aircraft safely. The aircraft was not damaged and no injuries occurred. The incident left 2000 customers without electricity for two hours.[5]


  1. ^ "Sevenair Group". Sevenair Group.
  2. ^ "Ligação Aérea de Bragança - Sevenair".
  3. ^ "Sevenair Services Fleet".
  4. ^ "Academy Fleet".
  5. ^ "The Aviation Herald". Retrieved July 3, 2015.

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